The Bybee Overpass links the Portland neighborhoods of Westmoreland and Eastmoreland. Once Bybee Bridge, it was built in three installments in 1914, 1934 and 1943 until the City replaced it with a historic replica in 2004. The location remained the same.
The Parks and Recreation site posted great shots, including aerials, and the one that stood out to me represented McLoughlin Boulevard, facing south, from the then-bridge. I first saw that shot in Dead Memories Portland and started digging around, when I found the page and confirmed the location.
The Parks site shows the massive change in this area from 1906 through the 1950′s. But it is only from the overpass there is a direct comparison:
To the east, is the MAX light rail construction. When it is complete, I will post a follow-up picture in order to enjoy a more dramatic comparison.