Bonneville Dam, Columbia River Gorge Oregon

Bonneville Dam is a large dam built as power generation and river navigation, it is composed of river dams in the U.S. states and Oregon, at River Mile 146.1, Washington. His precise, Bonneville Dam is located in the Columbia River Gorge, Oregon.

Around the year 1933, Bonneville Dam was built by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, to name army captain Benjamin Bonneville, with size 313 m, and length 77 feet, with a nominal production capacity of 526,700 kw, and 577,000 kw overloaded. with large projects Bonneville Dam, the America indirectly provide jobs and improve the economy into the Pacific Northwest, from hydroelectric power produced pure, and aluminum industries.

And now, Bonneville Dam became one of the most visited tourist places in Oregon, to see the spawning fish from the window side of the dam, fishing or make a trip to a river. If you want to see the salmon is abundant, it helps you come around April to September.

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