Alison Meyer Photography

"Manning-Rye Covered Bridge, Eastern Washington"

Purchase This Item

About this Photo

"Manning-Rye Covered Bridge, Eastern Washington"

Built in 1918, the historic Manning-Rye Bridge spanned 150' across the Palouse River in Diamond, Washington, near Colfax, for 102 years. In a heartbreaking loss, the bridge burned in the fire of 2020 which also took the nearby home and barns, as well as most of the town of Malden and areas of Pine City. The bridge had been listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982 and according to the Historic American Buildings Survey, the bridge was "a rare example of a wooden boxed-in Howe Truss bridge". Sometimes called the "Harpole Bridge", the Great Inland Northwest Railway built the bridge to transport freight from Spring Valley to Colfax, and was bought in 1967 by a private landowner who saved the bridge from demolition.

Watermark: The watermark that appears on the online photo samples will NOT appear on printed photographs.

Products Offered: Scroll through the "Purchase This Item" menu to see available print options.

Note Cards: Note cards of each photo (especially in higher quantities) may not always be in stock. Cards can be printed to order, which takes about 3-4 weeks. *Not all photos are available on note cards.

Matted and/or Framed Photographs: Matted photos typically come with two mats in colors complementary to the photo--a darker liner (inner) mat and a lighter top (outer) mat. Customers will be contacted about their choice of frame style.

Delivery Time: Most orders are shipped within 2 weeks of order placement. Books and calendars usually ship the next business day. Rarely, an order may take up to 3 weeks to ship.

Questions? Please contact Alison to check product availability and turnaround times, or with other questions.

<< Previous Photo

Go to The Palouse Photo Gallery Home

Next Photo >>