Current River Beach Bridge [Map] Lost swing through truss bridge over Current River on US 62/US 67Superstructure replacedBuilt 1929; superstructure replaced 1960
Eleven Point River Bridge [Map] Lost through truss bridge over the Eleven Point River on Blacks Ferry RoadNo longer existsBuilt by the Canton Bridge Co.
Frisco - Pocahontas Bridge [Map] Lost through truss railroad bridge with a center swing span over Black River at PocahontasBridge removed, but several concrete piers remainBuilt 1912, Lost 1986
Hall Creek BridgeLost two-span pony truss bridge over Hall Creek on Upper Janes Creek Road (CR 2)Replaced by new bridgeBuilt ca. 1930; replaced 1993 Imboden Bridge [Map · Street View] Pony and deck truss bridge over Spring River and the Frisco Railroad on US 62 at ImbodenOpen to two-lane traffic, with a pedestrian sidewalkBuilt 1937 by C.F. Lytle of Sioux City, Iowa
Marrs Creek Bridge [Map · Street View] Open-spandrel arch bridge over Marrs Creek on US 62/67 in PocahontasOpen to pedestrians onlyBuilt 1934 by the Luten Bridge Co.; rehabilitated and widened in 1950; bypassed by new bridge in 2010
McIlroy Road Bridge [Map] Lost pony truss bridge over Eassis Creek on McIlroy RoadNo longer existsBuilt or relocated here 1963; replaced 1999
Mill Creek BridgeLost through truss bridge over Mill Creek on CR 23Replaced by new bridgeBuilt ca. 1940; replaced 1992
Old Pocahontas Bridge [Map] Lost swing through truss bridge over Black River on Old US 67No longer existsReplaced by new through truss bridge in 1934
Pocahontas Bridge [Map · Street View] Through truss bridge with a center swing span over Black River on US 67 NB at PocahontasReplaced by a new bridgeBuilt 1934 by the Pittsburgh-Des Moines Steel Co.; parallel bridge built 1986; closed to traffic and demolished starting July 5, 2016
Reyno Bridge [Map] Lost through truss bridge over Current River on AR 328 at ReynoReplaced by a new bridgeBuilt 1930; replaced 1978
Spring River Swinging Bridge [Map] Lost swinging bridge over Spring River next to AR 361 between Black Rock and Old DavidsonvilleBridge destroyed, but some vestiges remain, including a standing tower, a fallen tower, some cables, and some approach piersBuilt 1936 by the Works Progress Administration; destroyed by fire in 1951 under mysterious circumstances. Current bridge built 1992.