Top Ranked Arkansas Bridges

Boggy Creek Bridge (Polk County, Arkansas)
Rated 99% with 2 votes
Relocated pony truss bridge over Briar Creek in Mena City Park, previously over Boggy Creek on AR 370
Open to pedestrians only
Built ca. 1938; relocated April 2005
Junction Bridge (Pulaski County, Arkansas)
Rated 99% with 2 votes
Vertical-lift through truss bridge over the Arkansas River on the former Union Pacific Railroad in Little Rock
Rehabilitation complete open to pedestrians as of 05-17-08
Built 1884; Superstructure (and possibly substructure) replaced in 1970.
Sidney Road Bridge (Sharp County, Arkansas)
Rated 99% with 2 votes
Small two-span arch bridge over a branch of Bird Creek on Sidney Road (CR 1)
Open to traffic
Built ca. 1945
Woolsey Bridge (Washington County, Arkansas)
Rated 99% with 4 votes
Two-span through truss bridge over West Fork White River on CR 35
Closed to all traffic
Built 1925
Wards Crossing Bridge (Yell County, Arkansas)
Rated 99% with 4 votes
Through truss bridge over Fourche LaFave on River Road/Sunlight Bay Road southwest of Plainview
Open to one-lane traffic
Built 1905 by the Converse Bridge Co. of Chattanooga, Tennessee
Cotter Bridge (Baxter County, Arkansas)
Rated 98% with 5 votes
Six-span rainbow arch bridge over White River on US 62B at Cotter
Open to two-lane traffic
Built 1930 by the Marsh Engineering Co. and Bateman Contracting Co.; rehabilitated 2003-04
Saline River AR 15 Bridge (Bradley County, Arkansas)
Rated 98% with 2 votes
Lost two-span through truss bridge over Saline River on AR 15
Replaced by a prestressed concrete bridge
Built 1929 by the Lakeside Bridge & Steel Company; replaced 1991
Lake Lucerne Bridge No. 2 (Carroll County, Arkansas)
Rated 98% with 4 votes
Stone arch bridge over a dry branch on CR 707 near Lake Lucerne
Open to traffic
Built 1892 by the Sanitarium Company of Eureka Springs
Crowley's Ridge State Park Bridge (Greene County, Arkansas)
Rated 98% with 2 votes
Stone arch bridge over a drainage ditch on Crowleys Ridge Road
Open to traffic
Built 1935 by the CCC
Calico Rock Bridge (Izard County, Arkansas)
Rated 98% with 2 votes
Derelict swinging footbridge in Calico Rock
Derelict
Abandoned in 1989
Cove Creek Tributary Bridge (Logan County, Arkansas)
Rated 98% with 2 votes
Small two-span stone arch bridge over a branch of Cove Creek on AR 309
Open to two-way traffic
Built 1936 by the Works Progress Administration
Shady Lake Bridge #2 (Polk County, Arkansas)
Rated 98% with 2 votes
Stone arch bridge over East Saline Creek on Forest Service Campground Road
Open to traffic
This is a two span single lane stone clad bridge. There is a single span of identical design nearby. CCC built several recreation areas in the vicinity ca. 1937 ~40
Broomfield Road Bridge (Pope County, Arkansas)
Rated 98% with 2 votes
Concrete and stone bridge over a branch of Little Creek on Broomfield Road (CR 23)
Open to traffic
Built 1941 by the Works Progress Administration
Waterside Street Bridge (Pulaski County, Arkansas)
Rated 98% with 2 votes
Stone bridge over a tributary of Lake No. 1 on Waterside Drive in North Little Rock
Open to two-way traffic
Built 1939 by the Metropolitan Trust Company
Goff Farm Road Bridge (Washington County, Arkansas)
Rated 98% with 4 votes
Small stone arch bridge over Turner Tee Creek on Goff Farm Road (CR 170) just east of Fayetteville in Fayetteville
Open to traffic
Arkansas River Pontoon Bridge (Yell County, Arkansas)
Rated 98% with 2 votes
Lost Pontoon bridge over Arkansas River in Dardanelle. Once hailed as the "Longest pontoon bridge over moving water". Carried Old Military Road, a major route between Little Rock and Fort Smith.
Demolished
At one time owned by the Dardanelle and Russellville Railroad, but no trains ever crossed it.
Little Sugar Creek Bridge (Benton County, Arkansas)
Rated 97% with 2 votes
Lost through truss bridge over Little Sugar Creek on AR 100 (later US 71) north of Bentonville in Bella Vista
Replaced by a new bridge
Replaced 1940
M&NA - White River Bridge (Beaver) (Carroll County, Arkansas)
Rated 97% with 5 votes
Abandoned through truss railroad bridge over White River at Beaver
Derelict with entire deck removed
Built 1907 by the Wisconsin Bridge & Iron Co., replacing an earlier 1882 bridge
Cherokee Road Bridge (Conway County, Arkansas)
Rated 97% with 2 votes
Abandoned through truss bridge over Point Remove Creek at Cherokee Road in Morrilton
Abandoned and overgrown but mostly intact
Built sometime in between 1895 and 1910, Abandoned circa 1962
Peter Pender Bridge (Franklin County, Arkansas)
Rated 97% with 3 votes
Abandoned concrete arch bridge over Hurricane Creek next to AR 41, south of Peter Pender
Abandoned
Abandoned circa 1942
Prim Bridge (Pope County, Arkansas)
Rated 97% with 2 votes
Abandoned through truss bridge over West Fork Point Remove Creek on private stretch of Talley Road.
Abandoned
Milltown Bridge (Sebastian County, Arkansas)
Rated 97% with 2 votes
Two-span stone arch bridge over Vache Grasse Creek on CR 77 (Mount Harmony Road) west of Milltown
Open, no visible weight limit sign.
Built 1940 by the Works Progress Administration
Rye Hill Road Bridge (Sebastian County, Arkansas)
Rated 97% with 2 votes
Concrete slab bridge over Prairie Creek on Rye Hill Road (CR 90)
Open to traffic
Built 1941 by the Works Progress Administration
Old Monticello Road Bridge (Bradley County, Arkansas)
Rated 96% with 3 votes
Lost swing through truss bridge over Saline River on AR 4 (now US 278) between Warren and Monticello
Replaced 1949 by a new bridge located upstream
Old Arkadelphia Bridge (Clark County, Arkansas)
Rated 96% with 2 votes
Lost two-span through truss bridge over Ouachita River at Arkadelphia carrying AR 7, AR 8, and AR 51
Replaced by the current Arkadelphia Bridge
Built 1903, by Stupp Brothers Bridge & Iron Co.; Replaced 1960
Mulberry Bridge (Crawford County, Arkansas)
Rated 96% with 2 votes
Derelict through truss bridge over Mulberry River near Mulberry
Derelict
Built 1896 by the Wrought Iron Bridge Co.
Rockport Bridge (Hot Spring County, Arkansas)
Rated 96% with 2 votes
Lost three-span through truss bridge over Ouachita River on AR 84 in Malvern
Destroyed by flooding
Built 1900 by Stupp Brothers Bridge & Iron Co.; destroyed by flooding in 1990
Trapp Mountain - Grigsby Ford Bridge (Hot Spring County, Arkansas)
Rated 96% with 2 votes
Lost bridge over Ouachita River on Trapp Mountain Railroad
Ruins
Built ca. 1915; Removed in the 1930s
Greenwood Lake Bridge (Sebastian County, Arkansas)
Rated 96% with 2 votes
Abandoned through truss bridge over Greenwood Lake on Mount Harmony Road
Abandoned with deck missing
Branch of West Fork of White River Bridge (Washington County, Arkansas)
Rated 96% with 3 votes
Abandoned concrete culvert bridge over Branch of West Fork of White River on US 71
Abandoned
Judsonia Bridge (White County, Arkansas)
Rated 96% with 7 votes
Through truss bridge with center swing span over Little Red River on CR 66 at Judsonia
Open to traffic
Built 1924 by the R. L. Gaster Construction Co. of Little Rock
Searcy Bridge (White County, Arkansas)
Rated 96% with 2 votes
Lost swing through truss bridge over Little Red River on US 67W (now Davis Road, CR 76)
No longer exists
Dale Bend Bridge (Yell County, Arkansas)
Rated 96% with 4 votes
Through truss bridge over Petit Jean River on Dale Bend Road (CR 49)
Open to one-lane traffic
Built 1930 by the Vincennes Bridge Co. of Vincennes, Indiana
Pruitt Bridge (Newton County, Arkansas)
Rated 95% with 3 votes
Through truss bridge over Buffalo River on AR 7
Open to traffic
Built 1931 by the Virginia Bridge & Iron Co.
Edgemere Street Bridge (Pulaski County, Arkansas)
Rated 95% with 5 votes
Stone arch bridge over Lake No. 3 on Edgemere Street in North Little Rock
Open to traffic
Built 1926 by the Metropolitan Trust Company
Tull Bridge (Saline County, Arkansas)
Rated 95% with 5 votes
Through truss bridge over Saline River on CR 5 (Old AR 291) at Tull
Closed with approaches removed and awaiting rehabilitation
Built 1916 by the Boardman Co. of Oklahoma City, OK
Simstown Road Bridge (Sharp County, Arkansas)
Rated 95% with 2 votes
Small three-span arch bridge over Branch of Strawberry River on Simstown Road (CR 42)
Open to traffic
Built ca. 1935 by the Civilian Conservation Corps
South Fork US 65 Bridge (Van Buren County, Arkansas)
Rated 95% with 2 votes
Three-span cantilevered deck truss bridge over South Fork Little Red River on US 65 in Clinton
Replaced by new bridge
Built 1931 by M.K. Orr of Little Rock; rehabilitated 1962; Replaced 2011
Creek Road Bridge (Conway County, Arkansas)
Rated 94% with 2 votes
Abandoned Pratt through truss bridge over Point Remove Creek on Creek Road (formerly AR 95)
Abandoned and grown over, but mostly intact
CVYR - Antoine River Bridge (Antoine) (Pike County, Arkansas)
Rated 94% with 4 votes
Abandoned pratt through truss bridge over Antoine River on disused section of Arkansas Midland Rail Line
In storage or disassembled
Mountain Fork River CR 38 Bridge (Polk County, Arkansas)
Rated 93% with 5 votes
Two-span pony truss bridge over Mountain Fork River on CR 38 near Potter
Open to one lane traffic
Built 1905
Frisco - Pocahontas Bridge (Randolph County, Arkansas)
Rated 93% with 2 votes
Lost through truss railroad bridge with a center swing span over Black River at Pocahontas
Bridge removed, but several concrete piers remain
Built 1912, Lost 1986
Old River Bridge (Saline County, Arkansas)
Rated 92% with 6 votes
Two-span through truss bridge over Saline River on the Old Military Road near Benton
Abandoned with portions of deck missing
Built 1899 by the Youngstown Bridge Co. of Youngstown, Ohio; closed to traffic in 1974
Sylamore Creek Swinging Bridge (Stone County, Arkansas)
Rated 92% with 3 votes
Swinging bridge over South Sylamore Creek on CR 238 (Old AR 14)
Open to one-lane traffic
Built 1943; rehabilitated 1985
Fisher Ford Road Bridge (Benton County, Arkansas)
Rated 91% with 2 votes
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Illinois River on Fisher Ford Road (CR 2)
Removed early 2014
Built 1903 by the Leavenworth Bridge Co.
Osage Creek Bridge (Benton County, Arkansas)
Rated 91% with 4 votes
Through truss bridge over Osage Creek on CR 71 southeast of Healing Springs
Replaced by new bridge
Built in 1911 by the Missouri Valley Bridge & Iron Company of Leavenworth, Kansas
South Fork Bridge (Garland County, Arkansas)
Rated 91% with 6 votes
Two-span concrete arch bridge over South Fork Saline River, next to AR 128
Open to pedestrians only
Built 1928 by a county work crew for $3,500. Made obsolete by a new bridge in 1985 and closed to traffic.
Galla Creek Bridge (Pope County, Arkansas)
Rated 91% with 2 votes
Lost through truss bridge over Galla Creek on Old US 64 at Pottsville
Replaced by a new bridge
Built 1920; made obsolete by a new US 64 alignment in 1936; replaced 1998
War Eagle Bridge (Benton County, Arkansas)
Rated 90% with 5 votes
Through truss bridge over War Eagle Creek on CR 98
Closed pending repairs
Built 1907 by the Illinois Steel Bridge Co. of Jacksonville, Illinois; Rehabilitated 2010
Haggard's Ford Swinging Bridge (Boone County, Arkansas)
Rated 90% with 3 votes
Swinging bridge over Bear Creek next to Cottonwood Road
Open to pedestrians only
Built 1939-41 by the Works Progress Administration; rehabilitated 1977
Arkadelphia Bridge (Clark County, Arkansas)
Rated 90% with 10 votes
Through truss bridge over Ouachita River at Arkadelphia carrying AR 7, AR 8, and AR 51
Fully repaired and open to two lane traffic.
Originally built 1933 over Caddo River; relocated 1960 to replace the previous bridge
Springfield Bridge (original location) (Faulkner County, Arkansas)
Rated 90% with 31 votes
Bowstring through truss bridge formerly over Cadron Creek on Springfield Road
Open to pedestrians
Completed July 1874 by the King Bridge Manufactory & Iron Works of Iola, Kansas, a branch of the King Bridge Co. of Cleveland, Ohio. Bypassed by a new bridge 1991. Fabrication date circa 1871, a controversy with the two counties delayed set.
Caney Creek Bridge (Logan County, Arkansas)
Rated 90% with 2 votes
Concrete slab bridge over Caney Creek on Shaver Road (CR 49)
Open to traffic
Built 1941 by the Works Progress Administration
Arkansas River Bridge (Sebastian County, Arkansas)
Rated 90% with 6 votes
Lost Open-spandrel arch bridge over Arkansas River on US 64 in Fort Smith, replaced due do the Kerr-McClellan Arkansas River navigation project.
Replaced by new bridge
Before this bridge was constructed, the only vehicular path to Oklahoma from Fort Smith was either the Helen Gould Railroad Bridge, or the E street bridge across the Poteau, or a Ferry.
Terre Noire Creek CR 10 Bridge (Clark County, Arkansas)
Rated 89% with 2 votes
Through truss bridge over Terre Noire Creek on CR 10 (Bateman Road)
Closed to all traffic
Built 1928; rehabilitated 1995
Highway 282 Bridge (Crawford County, Arkansas)
Rated 89% with 2 votes
Stringer bridge over a tributary of Frog Bayou on AR 282
Open to traffic
Built 1940 by the Works Progress Administration
Ozark Bridge (Franklin County, Arkansas)
Rated 89% with 2 votes
Steel through arch bridge over the Arkansas River & Missouri Pacific Railroad on AR 23 at Ozark
Open to two-lane traffic
Built 1930 as a six-span concrete arch bridge; bridge rehabilitated and main span replaced in 1970
AR88 Ouachita River Bridge (Polk County, Arkansas)
Rated 89% with 2 votes
Lost Through truss bridge over Ouachita River on AR 88
Replaced by a new bridge 1955
Bridge has been demolished, but remnants remain
Norfork Railroad Bridge (Baxter County, Arkansas)
Rated 88% with 2 votes
Three-span through truss bridge over North Fork White River and Prospect Street on the railroad at Norfork
Open to railroad traffic
Built ca. 1909
Fryer's Ford Bridge (Conway County, Arkansas)
Rated 88% with 16 votes
Through truss bridge over East Fork Point Remove Creek on CR 67 (Fryer Bridge Road)
Collapsed by an overloaded truck .
Built 1890 by the Wrought Iron Bridge Co. of Canton, Ohio, Lost 2011
Big Bottom Slough Bridge (Independence County, Arkansas)
Rated 88% with 3 votes
Through truss bridge over Big Bottom Slough on CR 58 (Padgett Island Road), south of Magness
Closed to all traffic
Built 1909 by the Joliet Bridge & Iron Co.
Pocahontas Bridge (Randolph County, Arkansas)
Rated 88% with 3 votes
Through truss bridge with a center swing span over Black River on US 67 at Pocahontas
Replaced by a new bridge
Built 1934 by the Pittsburgh-Des Moines Steel Co.; parallel bridge built 1986; closed to traffic and demolished starting July 5, 2016
Marrs Creek Bridge (Randolph County, Arkansas)
Rated 88% with 2 votes
Open-spandrel arch bridge over Marrs Creek on US 62/67 in Pocahontas
Open to pedestrians only
Built 1934 by the Luten Bridge Co.; rehabilitated and widened in 1950; bypassed by new bridge in 2010
MNA - White River Bridge (Cotter) (Baxter County, Arkansas)
Rated 87% with 3 votes
Through truss swing railroad bridge over White River on the M&NA Railroad at Cotter
Open to railroad traffic
Built 1905 for the St. Louis, Iron Mountain, and Southern Railway. Swing system only operated one time as a post-construction test.
MNA - Crest Tunnel (Boone County, Arkansas)
Rated 87% with 3 votes
Tunnel on the Missouri and Northern Arkansas (formerly Missouri Pacific) Railway northwest of Omaha
Open to railroad traffic
Built 1903-05
Powhatan Swinging Bridge (Lawrence County, Arkansas)
Rated 87% with 2 votes
Lost suspension bridge over Black River on old US 63 at Powhatan
No longer exists
Built 1925-26; made obsolete by free state ferry in 1938; removed in 1952
McKinney Creek Bridge (Polk County, Arkansas)
Rated 87% with 2 votes
Pony truss bridge over McKinney Creek on CR 50
Closed to all traffic
Built 1915
Point Remove Creek AR 113 Bridge (Conway County, Arkansas)
Rated 86% with 2 votes
Through truss bridge over Point Remove Creek on AR 113 west of Morrilton
Open to pedestrians only
Built 1926 by the Virginia Bridge & Iron Co.; bypassed ca. 2005
2nd Petit Jean Bridge (at Magazine) (Logan County, Arkansas)
Rated 86% with 2 votes
Tthrough truss bridge over Petit Jean River on Old AR 109 south of Magazine
Bypassed by modern bridge in 1982
Built 1922; Bypassed by new bridge 1982
UP - Camden Bridge (Ouachita County, Arkansas)
Rated 86% with 2 votes
Through truss swing bridge over Ouachita River on the Cotton Belt (now Union Pacific) Railroad at Camden
Still in use
Rock Island Bridge (Pulaski County, Arkansas)
Rated 86% with 5 votes
Vertical-lift railroad bridge over the Arkansas River in Little Rock at the Clinton Presidential Library. Open to pedestrians.
Rehabilitation complete. Open for pedestrian traffic as of 10-01-11.
Built 1899 by the Choctaw and Memphis Railroad; lift span added 1972
Spring River Swinging Bridge (Randolph County, Arkansas)
Rated 86% with 3 votes
Lost swinging bridge over Spring River next to AR 361 between Black Rock and Old Davidsonville
Bridge destroyed, but some vestiges remain, including a standing tower, a fallen tower, some cables, and some approach piers
Built 1936 by the Works Progress Administration; destroyed by fire in 1951 under mysterious circumstances. Current bridge built 1992.
Danville-Mickles Bowstring Bridge (Yell County, Arkansas)
Rated 86% with 22 votes
Relocated bowstring through truss bridge next to Danville City Hall
Open to pedestrians
Originally built July 1880 by the King Bridge Co. at Danville; relocated in 1920
Parkin Railroad Bridge (Cross County, Arkansas)
Rated 85% with 3 votes
Plate girder bridge over St. Francis River and CR 69 on the Union Pacific Railroad
Open to traffic
Built 1952
Catalpa Swinging Bridge (Johnson County, Arkansas)
Rated 85% with 5 votes
Suspension footbridge over Mulberry River
Destroyed by flooding
Washed out 2014; Rebuilt; Washed out 2017
Clarendon Bridge (Monroe County, Arkansas)
Rated 85% with 4 votes
Cantilevered through truss bridge over White River on US 79 in Clarendon
Intact but closed to all traffic
Built 1931 by the Austin Bridge Co.
AM - Winslow Tunnel (Washington County, Arkansas)
Rated 85% with 2 votes
Tunnel on Arkansas & Missouri (formerly Frisco) Railroad in Winslow
Open to traffic
Built between 1880 and 1882 and enlarged in 1968. At 1735 ft. in elevation it's the highest pass between the Rockies and Appalachians
Norfork Bridge (Baxter County, Arkansas)
Rated 84% with 4 votes
Lost four-span deck truss bridge over North Fork White River on AR 5 at Norfork
Replaced by a new bridge
Construction started Aug. 21, 1936, by the Vincennes Steel Company; dedicated June 17, 1937; Demolished September 2014
Limekiln Creek Bridge (Benton County, Arkansas)
Rated 84% with 2 votes
Pony truss bridge over Limekiln Creek on CR 700
Destroyed by flooding
Built ca. 1920, Destroyed by flooding 2013
M&NA Charcoal Gap Tunnel (Carroll County, Arkansas)
Rated 84% with 6 votes
Partially collapsed tunnel on the former Missouri and North Arkansas Railway, 7 miles northeast of Eureka Springs
Abandoned and partially collapsed
Completed March 22, 1901; abandoned in 1961
Unknown Creek Bridge near Hwy 123 (Johnson County, Arkansas)
Rated 84% with 3 votes
Dry Stacked Stone culvert bridge over Unknown Creek on trail
Closed to all traffic
Wonder if this could be a very very old alignment of what is now Hwy 123
Nachitoch Bluff Bridge (Clark County, Arkansas)
Rated 83% with 15 votes
Derelict two-span through truss over Little Missouri River, just upstream from I-30
Abandoned, with deck partially missing
Built 1908 by the Morava Construction Co.; rehabilitated 1980; closed to traffic ca. 1996
LRWN - Petit Jean River Bridge (Yell County, Arkansas)
Rated 83% with 2 votes
Through truss bridge over Petit Jean River on the LRWN Railroad near Danville
Railroad line currently out of service
Built 1899 by the Pennsylvania Steel Co. of Steelton, PA
Newport Bridge (Jackson County, Arkansas)
Rated 82% with 6 votes
Cantilevered through truss bridge on AR 367 (formerly US 67) over White River at Newport
Open to two-lane traffic
Built 1930
3rd Bridge (at Sugar Grove) (Logan County, Arkansas)
Rated 82% with 3 votes
Closed through truss bridge over Petit Jean River on Old AR 109 just north of Sugar Grove, 4 miles south of Magazine.
Closed to all traffic
Built 1906 by the Joliet Bridge Co.; closed to traffic ca. 1998
Main Street Bridge (Logan County, Arkansas)
Rated 82% with 5 votes
Small stone arch bridge over Silver Smith Branch on Sellars Street (formerly Main Street) in New Blaine
Open to Local Traffic
Built 1922 by local stonemasons
Cypress Bayou Old US 67 Bridge (White County, Arkansas)
Rated 82% with 3 votes
Pony truss bridge over Cypress Bayou on abandoned alignment of US 67
Partially collapsed with one truss still standing
Bypassed by new alignment in 1950
Beaver Bridge (Carroll County, Arkansas)
Rated 81% with 13 votes
Suspension bridge over White River (Table Rock Reservoir) on AR 187 at Beaver, northwest of Eureka Springs
Open to one-lane traffic with a 10 ton weight limit
Built 1949 by the Pioneer Construction Co. of Malvern, Arkansas
Mulladay Hollow Bridge (Carroll County, Arkansas)
Rated 81% with 3 votes
Small two-span stone arch bridge over Mulladay Hollow Creek on CR 204 at Leatherwood Lake Recreation Area northwest of Eureka Springs in Eureka Springs
Open to traffic
Built ca. 1935 by the Civilian Conservation Corps
RI - DeValls Bluff Bridge (Prairie County, Arkansas)
Rated 81% with 3 votes
Abandoned Baltimore through truss bridge over White River near DeValls Bluff
Abandoned
Built 1923 ; Abandoned 1982
UP - Baring Cross Bridge (Pulaski County, Arkansas)
Rated 81% with 4 votes
Vertical-lift railroad bridge over the Arkansas River in Little Rock on the Union Pacific Railroad
Open to two tracks of railroad traffic
Built 1929, Lift span added 1971
Branch of White River Bridge (Washington County, Arkansas)
Rated 81% with 3 votes
Concrete culvert bridge over Branch of White River on White River on CR 44 (Mt. Olive Road)
Open to traffic
Built 1941 by Works Progress Administration
Apple Road Bridge (White County, Arkansas)
Rated 81% with 3 votes
Pony truss bridge over Bull Creek on Apple Road (CR 50)
Replaced by steel culvert
Built 1925; Lost 2012
Graysonia Road Bridge (Clark County, Arkansas)
Rated 80% with 4 votes
Steel orthotropic bridge over Terre Noire Creek on Graysonia Road
Open to traffic
Augusta Bridge (Woodruff County, Arkansas)
Rated 80% with 2 votes
Lost cantilevered through truss over White River on US 64 at Augusta
Replaced by a new bridge
Completed in November 1930; replaced 2001
Greenville-Lake Village Bridge (Chicot County, Arkansas)
Rated 79% with 6 votes
Cantilevered Warren through truss bridge over the Mississippi River on US 82 between Greenville and Lake Village
No Longer Exists Western Portal pillars and markers still in place.
Opened to traffic Sept. 17, 1940; Closed to all traffic August 4, 2010 ; Demolished 2011
Mulberry River AR 23 Bridge (Franklin County, Arkansas)
Rated 79% with 2 votes
Three-span pony truss bridge over Mulberry River on AR 23
Open to traffic
Built 1935 by McEachin and McEachin, Inc., of Little Rock
AKMD - Gulpha Creek Bridge (Garland County, Arkansas)
Rated 79% with 4 votes
Through truss & trestle bridge over Gulpha Creek on Union Pacific in Hot Springs. Rock ballast west abutment has a metal number plate (408.1 - is all that is on it) fastened to it.
Open to infrequent railroad traffic
No builders plate found
CVYR - Graysonia Trestle (Clark County, Arkansas)
Rated 78% with 2 votes
Railroad trestle over unnamed creek on Railroad
Closed to all traffic
Wallace Bridge (Perry County, Arkansas)
Rated 78% with 10 votes
Camelback through truss bridge over Fourche La Fave on Wallace Road (CR 18)
Bridge re-opened following repair. New signage installed
Built 1909 by the Southwestern Bridge Co. of Joplin, MO
Hurricane Creek Bridge (Saline County, Arkansas)
Rated 77% with 4 votes
Abandoned Through truss bridge over Hurricane Creek on Boone Road
Replaced by new bridge; moved nearby and abandoned
Replaced by new bridge in 1985 and moved to side of the road.
Greenville Bridge (Chicot County, Arkansas)
Rated 76% with 2 votes
Cable-stayed bridge over Mississippi River on US 82
Opened August 4, 2010
Built 2010
West Conway Tunnel (Faulkner County, Arkansas)
Rated 76% with 2 votes
Tunnel under Under a hill and US Hwy 64/Old Morrilton Hwy on UP Railroad
Open to traffic
AM - Center Street Overpass (Washington County, Arkansas)
Rated 76% with 3 votes
Steel stringer bridge over Center Street on Arkansas-Missouri (formerly Frisco) Railroad in Fayetteville
Open to traffic
Built 1949
LRWN - Rock Creek Bridge (Yell County, Arkansas)
Rated 76% with 4 votes
Abandoned pony/through plate girder bridge over Rock Creek on Little Rock & Western in Waveland
Abandoned
Very unusual style of plate-girder bridge
Gulpha Gorge Bridge #4 (Garland County, Arkansas)
Rated 75% with 2 votes
Small concrete arch bridge over Gulpha Creek on AR 7S (Former US 70B) in Gulpha Gorge
Open to two-lane traffic
Built 1938; rehabilitated 1973
Jamestown Bridge (Johnson County, Arkansas)
Rated 75% with 3 votes
Warren pony truss bridge with steel grate deck over Spadra Creek at Clarksville
Open to pedestrians
Bridge has been there since at least 1930 according to local residents
Des Arc Swinging Bridge (Prairie County, Arkansas)
Rated 75% with 11 votes
Lost swinging bridge over White River on AR 38 at Des Arc
No longer exists
Built 1940-41; Removed in 1970
RI - West Creek Bridge (Sebastian County, Arkansas)
Rated 75% with 3 votes
Abandoned bridge over West Creek on Midland Valley RR
Abandoned
Built circa 1903; Abandoned circa 1943
Tilly Willy Bridge (Washington County, Arkansas)
Rated 75% with 2 votes
Concrete culvert bridge over West Fork White River on CR 69 (Wilson Hollow Road) south of Fayetteville
Replaced by new bridge
Built circa 1928; Replaced 2011
Broadway Bridge (Pulaski County, Arkansas)
Rated 74% with 4 votes
Through arch bridge over the Arkansas River on US 70 (Broadway Street) between Little Rock and North Little Rock
Demolished, after a failed implosion of the arch span October 11, 2016
Completed March 1923 as a five-span open-spandrel arch bridge. Two spans replaced with a single steel through arch span in 1974.
Lakeshore Drive Bridge (Pulaski County, Arkansas)
Rated 74% with 3 votes
Stone arch bridge over Lake No. 3 on Lakeshore Drive in North Little Rock
Open to pedestrians only
Built 1939 by the Metropolitan Trust Company
Crow Creek CR 344 Bridge (St. Francis County, Arkansas)
Rated 74% with 2 votes
Lost pony truss bridge over Crow Creek on CR 344
Replaced by a modern bridge
Built 1928; replaced 2001
Granger Road Bridge No. 2 (Sharp County, Arkansas)
Rated 74% with 2 votes
Small three-span concrete arch bridge over a branch of Reeds Creek on CR 23 (Granger Road)
Open to traffic
Built ca. 1940
Bono Bridge (Craighead County, Arkansas)
Rated 72% with 3 votes
Lost wooden bridge over the BNSF Railroad on CR 352 in Bono
Removed but not replaced
Built ca. 1900; demolished in surprise fashion by BNSF on March 17, 2011
Lake City Bridge (Craighead County, Arkansas)
Rated 72% with 2 votes
Abandoned vertical-lift bridge over St. Francis River on AR 18 at Lake City
Bridge demolished except for the main lift span, which has been relocated slightly and preserved
Built 1934 by the Vincennes Bridge Co. of Vincennes, Indiana. Replaced by a four-lane bridge in 1998.
Winkley Bridge (Cleburne County, Arkansas)
Rated 71% with 4 votes
Lost swinging bridge over Little Red River on AR 110 east of Heber Springs
Collapsed
Built 1912 by contractor Harry Churchill. Closed to vehicular traffic in 1972; collapsed Oct. 28, 1989, killing five pedestrians.
Baptist Ford Bridge (Washington County, Arkansas)
Rated 71% with 2 votes
Three-span pony truss bridge over West Fork White River on CR 1194 (Old US 71) in Greenland
Open to local traffic
Built 1930 by the Maxwell Construction Co.