Category Archives: About the Washington Northern Peninsula

Dungeness River Railroad Bridge is transformed and open again to trail lovers and tourists alike!


Railroad Bridge History Our famed Dungeness River Railroad Bridge was first constructed in 1916 by the Seattle, Port Angeles, and Western Railway, a subsidiary of the Milwaukee Road. This first wooden bridge was replaced in 1930 and in 1992 volunteers began to work on the abandoned bridge, after Milwaukee Road went bankrupt, replacing the planking and creating a bike […]