Columbia River Highway, MP 73, Clatskanie, Oregon 97016
Serving southwest Washington and northwest Oregon, the 80 acre Bradley Quarry offers an eighty million-ton supply of hard basalt rock. With its strategic location along US Highway 30, rock can quickly be reloaded to rail hopper cars and gondolas, or reloaded to barges for delivery along the Columbia-Snake river systems or coastwise. The Bradley quarry can place rock about anywhere in the region.
Bradley quarry rock is always in demand – multi-faceted, dark color, lack of micro-fissures, and hardness – it is notable for consistency and cleanliness. The Bradley quarry has received accolades from federal and state regulatory agencies overseeing safety, environmental, and material supply specification for constantly meeting and exceeding their respective goals.
Bradley quarry supplies rock to the Oregon Department of Transportation, Washington Department of Transportation, US Army Corps of Engineers, Portland & Western Railroad, Portland General Electric, Costco, Home Depot, and many others.
From the East: Drive US Highway 30 towards Astoria, just past the Bradley overlook, at approximate highway mile 74, turn left onto Nicolai Mainline Road. There is signage and a nearby cell tower. Proceed south on Nicolai Mainline Road 2/10th mile, we are on the right.
From the West: Drive US Hwy 30 towards Portland. Prior to the Bradley summit (near highway mile marker 74), turn right onto Nicolai Mainline Road. There is signage and cell tower. Proceed south on Nicolai Mainline Road 2/10th mile, we are on the right.