List of Crossings of The Snake River - Crossings - Washington


Railroad bridge Burlington Northern Railroad Pasco 46°12′24.76″N 119°1′49.54″W / 46.2068778°N 119.0304278°W / 46.2068778; -119.0304278 Vaughn Hubbard Bridge U.S. Route 12 Pasco 46°12′56.68″N 119°1′21.19″W / 46.2157444°N 119.0225528°W / 46.2157444; -119.0225528 Ice Harbor Lock and Dam Ice Harbor Rd./Monument Dr. Franklin/Walla Walla counties 46°14′54.61″N 118°52′47.96″W / 46.2485028°N 118.8799889°W / 46.2485028; -118.8799889 Railroad bridge Union Pacific Railroad Lyons Ferry, Franklin/Walla Walla counties 46°35′36.79″N 118°13′42.64″W / 46.5935528°N 118.2285111°W / 46.5935528; -118.2285111 Lyons Ferry Bridge State Route 261 Lyons Ferry, Franklin/Columbia counties 46°35′22.88″N 118°13′9.89″W / 46.5896889°N 118.2194139°W / 46.5896889; -118.2194139 Railroad bridge Union Pacific Railroad Whitman/Columbia counties 46°33′53.97″N 118°10′56.83″W / 46.5649917°N 118.1824528°W / 46.5649917; -118.1824528 Little Goose Lock and Dam Little Goose Dam Rd. Whitman/Columbia counties 46°35′7.17″N 118°1′37.91″W / 46.585325°N 118.0271972°W / 46.585325; -118.0271972 Elmer Huntley Bridge State Route 127 Central Ferry State Park, Whitman/Garfield counties 46°37′33.85″N 117°47′53.75″W / 46.6260694°N 117.7982639°W / 46.6260694; -117.7982639 Lower Granite Lock and Dam Almota Rd. Whitman/Garfield counties 46°39′37.84″N 117°25′42.23″W / 46.6605111°N 117.4283972°W / 46.6605111; -117.4283972 Red Wolf Crossing State Route 128
State Route 193 Clarkston 46°25′28.37″N 117°4′18.38″W / 46.4245472°N 117.0717722°W / 46.4245472; -117.0717722

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