The Hannah Bridge is a covered bridge in Linn County in the U.S. state of Oregon. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places as Hannah Bridge in 1979. Carrying Burmester Creek Road, the bridge crosses Thomas Creek about from Jordan. It is one of three remaining covered bridges along Thomas Creek; the others are the Shimanek Bridge and the Gilkey Bridge. Hannah Bridge, long, was constructed in 1936. It is named for John Joseph Hannah, a pioneer who arrived in Oregon in 1853 and settled a land claim of between Thomas Creek and Bilyeu Creek. He built one of the first sawmills in the area.
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