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This photograph is of the stage coach utilized on the runs  between Tillamook and Yamhill.

This photograph, taken in 1911, is of the stage coach that was utilized on the twice a week runs along the Trask River Wagon Toll Road between Tillamook and Yamhill.  It was one of the first maintained roads into Tillamook County.  The final stage ran in December of 1911.

 

North County

This is a photo of an old bridge on a portion of the old road north of Manzanita (now know as Hwy 101).  This bridge was built in 1913 then torn down in 1922 because it became unsafe.  Photo

This is a picture of a bridge that has long since been replaced with a new bridge.  Do you recognize where this is at?  The road in the background is McDonald (Dike) Rd.  Circa 1906.  Photo

This photograph is the above bridge is under construction... floating a 90 foot span into place.  Photo

This photograph is looking down the North Fork of the Nehalem River toward the city of Nehalem.  Off to the right of the photo is Uppertown Nehalem.  Photo

This is a photograph of the view from the north into Nehalem taken in 1913.  The photographer is probably standing in or near the recently platted Nehalem Point subdivision.  Photo

This photograph was taken circa 1910 of an old plank road going through Nehalem now commonly known as Hwy 101.  Photo

This is a photograph of Wheeler circa 1912.  The white building behind the rail car was the Wheeler Hotel which houses the Rhinehart Clinic today.  The rail car is actually a "McKeen Gas Motor Coach".  Photo

This photograph was taken somewhere on the southern half of the Miami-Foley Road in 1913.  Photo

This is a photograph of Hwy 101 as a plank road running through Rockaway Beach; circa 1922.  Photo

This is a photograph of the old State Hwy near Watseco circa 1914.  Photo

This photograph was probably taken in Barview looking south around 1920.  Photo

This photograph is a familiar view looking north toward Barview circa 1910.  Photo

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Central County

This is a photograph of the covered bridge on Tillamook Slough Road.  Photo

This is a photograph of a time when Oceanside was far less crowded.  Do you see any of the narrow streets we know so well now?  Photo

This photograph is of road construction activity somewhere along the Old Netarts Road; circa 1920.  Photo

This photograph is of a plank road from Tillamook to Netarts circa 1915 (most likely current day Ekloff Road).  Photo

This is a photograph of the first automobile in Tillamook; Circa 1900.  It was owned by the owner of the "Tillamook Herald" newspaper.  In 1934 the "Herald" and "Headlight" newspapers merged into the "Headlight Herald."  Photo

This is a photograph of Tillamook River Rd; date unknown.  If you are familiar with the area near the Tillamook Transfer Station, it is not hard to visualize where this picture was taken from.  Photo

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South County

This photograph is of the covered bridge on North Fork Beaver Creek Road (date unknown).  Photo

This is a photograph of a bridge on the Big Nestucca River, circa 1917, constructed for $550.  Photo

This is another photograph of a bridge on the Big Nestucca River (date unknown).  Photo

This photograph (date unknown) is of East Creek Bridge which was probably the first bridge that people would have crossed on Moon Creek Road.  This was a 60 ft wood timber bridge.  Photo

This photograph is a view of the construction of the old road through Hebo in 1921.  Photo

Can you recognize from where in Woods this photograph was taken?  Photo

This photograph is an aerial view of Woods with the old Woods-Cloverdale Road in the background (date unknown).  Photo

This photograph of Pacific City (date unknown) was taken from the west river bank on the south side of the main bridge across the Nestucca River back then.  Photo

This is a photograph of Pacific City probably taken from the north end of Hill Road.  If you can make out the airplane taking off, you can figure out where the airport is at.  Photo

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