Searcy County

NameLocationStatusDesignYear BuiltYear LostSpan Length (ft.)Total Length (ft.)
Aux Arc Wilderness BridgePrivate Rd over Rush CreekOpen to trafficSuspension2015----94.0
Bear Creek BridgeCR 278 over Bear CreekOpen to one-lane trafficSteel stringer1971--34.1119.1
Buffalo River US 65 BridgeUS 65 over Buffalo RiverReplaced by a modern bridgeOpen-spandrel arch19281990117.0998.0
Cove Creek BridgeSH 66 over Cove CreekOpen to trafficConcrete tee beam1930--55.1167.0
Forest Creek BridgeAR 333 over Forest CreekOpen to trafficSlab1942--20.079.1
Gourd Creek BridgeAR 377 over Gourd CreekOpen to trafficSteel stringer1940--23.050.9
Granny Creek BridgeAR 74 over Granny CreekOpen to trafficSlab1940--21.062.0
Leslie Swinging BridgeBridge over Middle Fork Little Red RiverDerelict, with deck completely missing, but towers and cables remainingWire suspension--------
Little Creek BridgeCR 55 over Little CreekOpen to trafficSlab1940--13.137.1
Old M&NA - Middle Fork Little Red River BridgeUsed to carry the Missouri and North Arkansas Railroad over Middle Fork Little Red RiverRemoved but not replaced; only the supports existUnknown--------
Old M&NA Brush Creek BridgeUsed to carry the Missouri and North Arkansas Railroad over Brush CreekRemoved but not replaced; only the supports remainUnknown--------
Old M&NA Buffalo National River BridgeUsed to carry the Missouri and North Arkansas Railroad over Buffalo National RiverRemoved but not replaced; supports are all that remainUnknown--------
Old M&NA Dry Creek BridgeUsed to carry the Missouri and North Arkansas Railroad over Dry CreekAbandonedPony/through plate girder--------
Tomahawk Creek BridgeTombstone Slab Road (CR 32) over Tomahawk CreekOpen to trafficSteel stringer1940--35.171.9