Day 142

Wishram, WA

August 15th, 2010


  1. MN Roxanne says:

    Love Love Love this view… the town, the bridge, the river… thanks for sharing this day Matt…

  2. charlie says:

    wow, just about due west exactly, now.

  3. Joel Archer says:

    It’s pictures like this that make me want to come home to Washington for a visit. Keep on truckin’!

  4. Bev from Vancouver WA says:

    There is a nice little train museum in Wishram.

  5. Candice in Alabama says:

    Again, beautiful – loving the bridge in the background as well!

  6. Wishram used to be called Fallbridge. Wishram was named in honor of the Wishram Indian Tribe. According to Wikipedia it was a “community” with only about 200 some people in 2000. As one can see from the picture, it is also a railroad hub. Bet there aren’t many more people today!

    Great shot, Matt.

  7. Jeff says:

    Small town?

  8. Kris in MN says:

    Nice job capturing the brige in it’s lifted postion.

  9. Angelica says:

    Wow that town is TINY. Imagine living there…yikes.

  10. Karen Too says:

    There is a lovely view of Mt. Hood in the distance.

  11. Dorinda from Mentor, Oh. says:

    Oh my gosh. A tiny little town in such a remote place. Beauty everywhere, even Mt. Hood peaking around the gorge there.

  12. katzien in austin says:

    Wow, what a little piece of quaint history. I often wish I lived in a small (or smaller) town. And I’ve always wanted waterfront property. ;-)

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