Historic Hood River
This December 1937 image shows the substantial reroute to the Hood River White Salmon Bridge which was needed to move the northern approach ramp out of the soon-to-be-flooded parts of the Bonneville Pool. The original 1924 bridge bent to the west and split into two ramps which landed roughly where the park-and-ride is today. The new approach added a bunch of additional piers we can see in this image. You can just make out work on the new lift span. All of the land you see here is now under water year-round.