Market Road 103

Bald Peak Road - Dating to 1891 - width varies by location - Begins four miles east of Gaston and six miles north of Newberg and runs, generally, southeast to the Silverton-Hillsboro Highway. It is named after Bald Peak which is the highest peak (elevation 1663) in the Chehalem Mountains. These mountains are the highest range in the Willamette Valley.

Index

CRS 207 - denied and dismissed 11/7/1877 in C.J. 5 pg. 477 - not scanned

CRS 352 and CRS 352 full road packet - accepted 10/8/1891 in C.J. 11 pg. 120 - declared 40 ft. wide

CRS 553 and CRS 553 full road packet (no filed survey found) - accepted 11/8/1924 - C.J. 16 page 100 - Court declared a 40 ft. wd. road. Here is a plat of the road as (apparently) surveyed by H. Herring in May of 1924.

SCANNED MAPS:

Intersection of M.R. 103 & C.R. 108 improvements - by H.W. Herring - 1928