Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade
Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade
Designed by Mayer/Reed, landscape architects, there are 13 urban markers at key locations along the Esplanade that mark the eastside city street grid. Mayer/Reed also designed 22 interpretive panels that are attached to the markers. The panels provide information about the river and the rich history of the area - from the building of Portland’s bridges to the development of Portland’s eastside. Each marker also includes unique lighting to illuminate the walkway at night. Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade#toc-about-the-eastbank-esplanade
Designed by Mayer/Reed, landscape architects, there are 13 urban markers at key locations along the Esplanade that mark the eastside city street grid. Mayer/Reed also designed 22 interpretive panels that are attached to the markers. The panels provide information about the river and the rich history of the area - from the building of Portland’s bridges to the development of Portland’s eastside. Each marker also includes unique lighting to illuminate the walkway at night. Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade#toc-about-the-eastbank-esplanade
Designed by Mayer/Reed, landscape architects, there are 13 urban markers at key locations along the Esplanade that mark the eastside city street grid. Mayer/Reed also designed 22 interpretive panels that are attached to the markers. The panels provide information about the river and the rich history of the area - from the building of Portland’s bridges to the development of Portland’s eastside. Each marker also includes unique lighting to illuminate the walkway at night. Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade#toc-about-the-eastbank-esplanade
Designed by Mayer/Reed, landscape architects, there are 13 urban markers at key locations along the Esplanade that mark the eastside city street grid. Mayer/Reed also designed 22 interpretive panels that are attached to the markers. The panels provide information about the river and the rich history of the area - from the building of Portland’s bridges to the development of Portland’s eastside. Each marker also includes unique lighting to illuminate the walkway at night. Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade#toc-about-the-eastbank-esplanade
Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade
Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade
Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade
Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade
Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade
Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade
Designed by Mayer/Reed, landscape architects, there are 13 urban markers at key locations along the Esplanade that mark the eastside city street grid. Mayer/Reed also designed 22 interpretive panels that are attached to the markers. The panels provide information about the river and the rich history of the area - from the building of Portland’s bridges to the development of Portland’s eastside. Each marker also includes unique lighting to illuminate the walkway at night. Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade#toc-about-the-eastbank-esplanade
Designed by Mayer/Reed, landscape architects, there are 13 urban markers at key locations along the Esplanade that mark the eastside city street grid. Mayer/Reed also designed 22 interpretive panels that are attached to the markers. The panels provide information about the river and the rich history of the area - from the building of Portland’s bridges to the development of Portland’s eastside. Each marker also includes unique lighting to illuminate the walkway at night. Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade#toc-about-the-eastbank-esplanade
Designed by Mayer/Reed, landscape architects, there are 13 urban markers at key locations along the Esplanade that mark the eastside city street grid. Mayer/Reed also designed 22 interpretive panels that are attached to the markers. The panels provide information about the river and the rich history of the area - from the building of Portland’s bridges to the development of Portland’s eastside. Each marker also includes unique lighting to illuminate the walkway at night. Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade#toc-about-the-eastbank-esplanade
Designed by Mayer/Reed, landscape architects, there are 13 urban markers at key locations along the Esplanade that mark the eastside city street grid. Mayer/Reed also designed 22 interpretive panels that are attached to the markers. The panels provide information about the river and the rich history of the area - from the building of Portland’s bridges to the development of Portland’s eastside. Each marker also includes unique lighting to illuminate the walkway at night. Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade#toc-about-the-eastbank-esplanade
Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade
Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade
Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade
Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade
Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade
Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade
Designed by Mayer/Reed, landscape architects, there are 13 urban markers at key locations along the Esplanade that mark the eastside city street grid. Mayer/Reed also designed 22 interpretive panels that are attached to the markers. The panels provide information about the river and the rich history of the area - from the building of Portland’s bridges to the development of Portland’s eastside. Each marker also includes unique lighting to illuminate the walkway at night. Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade#toc-about-the-eastbank-esplanade
Designed by Mayer/Reed, landscape architects, there are 13 urban markers at key locations along the Esplanade that mark the eastside city street grid. Mayer/Reed also designed 22 interpretive panels that are attached to the markers. The panels provide information about the river and the rich history of the area - from the building of Portland’s bridges to the development of Portland’s eastside. Each marker also includes unique lighting to illuminate the walkway at night. Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade#toc-about-the-eastbank-esplanade
Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade
Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade
Designed by Mayer/Reed, landscape architects, there are 13 urban markers at key locations along the Esplanade that mark the eastside city street grid. Mayer/Reed also designed 22 interpretive panels that are attached to the markers. The panels provide information about the river and the rich history of the area - from the building of Portland’s bridges to the development of Portland’s eastside. Each marker also includes unique lighting to illuminate the walkway at night. Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade#toc-about-the-eastbank-esplanade
Designed by Mayer/Reed, landscape architects, there are 13 urban markers at key locations along the Esplanade that mark the eastside city street grid. Mayer/Reed also designed 22 interpretive panels that are attached to the markers. The panels provide information about the river and the rich history of the area - from the building of Portland’s bridges to the development of Portland’s eastside. Each marker also includes unique lighting to illuminate the walkway at night. Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade#toc-about-the-eastbank-esplanade
Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade
Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade
Designed by Mayer/Reed, landscape architects, there are 13 urban markers at key locations along the Esplanade that mark the eastside city street grid. Mayer/Reed also designed 22 interpretive panels that are attached to the markers. The panels provide information about the river and the rich history of the area - from the building of Portland’s bridges to the development of Portland’s eastside. Each marker also includes unique lighting to illuminate the walkway at night. Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade#toc-about-the-eastbank-esplanade
Designed by Mayer/Reed, landscape architects, there are 13 urban markers at key locations along the Esplanade that mark the eastside city street grid. Mayer/Reed also designed 22 interpretive panels that are attached to the markers. The panels provide information about the river and the rich history of the area - from the building of Portland’s bridges to the development of Portland’s eastside. Each marker also includes unique lighting to illuminate the walkway at night. Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade#toc-about-the-eastbank-esplanade
Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade
Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade
Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade
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Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade
Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade
Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade
Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade
Refs: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hawthorne_Bridge and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burnside_Bridge and https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade
Refs: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hawthorne_Bridge and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burnside_Bridge and https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade
Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade
Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade
Designed by Mayer/Reed, landscape architects, there are 13 urban markers at key locations along the Esplanade that mark the eastside city street grid. Mayer/Reed also designed 22 interpretive panels that are attached to the markers. The panels provide information about the river and the rich history of the area - from the building of Portland’s bridges to the development of Portland’s eastside. Each marker also includes unique lighting to illuminate the walkway at night. Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade#toc-about-the-eastbank-esplanade
Designed by Mayer/Reed, landscape architects, there are 13 urban markers at key locations along the Esplanade that mark the eastside city street grid. Mayer/Reed also designed 22 interpretive panels that are attached to the markers. The panels provide information about the river and the rich history of the area - from the building of Portland’s bridges to the development of Portland’s eastside. Each marker also includes unique lighting to illuminate the walkway at night. Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade#toc-about-the-eastbank-esplanade
Designed by Mayer/Reed, landscape architects, there are 13 urban markers at key locations along the Esplanade that mark the eastside city street grid. Mayer/Reed also designed 22 interpretive panels that are attached to the markers. The panels provide information about the river and the rich history of the area - from the building of Portland’s bridges to the development of Portland’s eastside. Each marker also includes unique lighting to illuminate the walkway at night. Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade#toc-about-the-eastbank-esplanade
Designed by Mayer/Reed, landscape architects, there are 13 urban markers at key locations along the Esplanade that mark the eastside city street grid. Mayer/Reed also designed 22 interpretive panels that are attached to the markers. The panels provide information about the river and the rich history of the area - from the building of Portland’s bridges to the development of Portland’s eastside. Each marker also includes unique lighting to illuminate the walkway at night. Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade#toc-about-the-eastbank-esplanade
Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade
Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade
Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade
Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade
Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade
Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade
Designed by Mayer/Reed, landscape architects, there are 13 urban markers at key locations along the Esplanade that mark the eastside city street grid. Mayer/Reed also designed 22 interpretive panels that are attached to the markers. The panels provide information about the river and the rich history of the area - from the building of Portland’s bridges to the development of Portland’s eastside. Each marker also includes unique lighting to illuminate the walkway at night. Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade#toc-about-the-eastbank-esplanade
Designed by Mayer/Reed, landscape architects, there are 13 urban markers at key locations along the Esplanade that mark the eastside city street grid. Mayer/Reed also designed 22 interpretive panels that are attached to the markers. The panels provide information about the river and the rich history of the area - from the building of Portland’s bridges to the development of Portland’s eastside. Each marker also includes unique lighting to illuminate the walkway at night. Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade#toc-about-the-eastbank-esplanade
Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade
Ref: https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade
Refs: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hawthorne_Bridge and https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade
Refs: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hawthorne_Bridge and https://www.portland.gov/parks/eastbank-esplanade
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