Los Angeles County
1st Street Bridge [Map · Street View] Concrete arch bridge over Los Angeles River on First Street in Los AngelesOpen to trafficWooden Bridge Built 1884, Steel Bridge Built 1889, Concrete Bridge Built 1929
7th Street Bridge [Map] Concrete arch bridge over Los Angeles River on Seventh Street in Los AngelesOpen to trafficBuilt 1910, Second Deck added 1927, Seismic Retrofit 1995
Aliso Street Bridge [Map] Lost Pony/through plate girder bridge over Los Angeles River on Railroad (PE)/Aliso StreetReplaced by a new bridgeReplaced 1938-1940 Barham Blvd over the Los Angeles River [Map · Street View] Steel stringer bridge over Los Angeles River on Barham Blvd. in BurbankOpen to trafficA wooden bridge at "Dark Canyon Pass" was washed out in 1925 and 1927. It was replaced with a concrete bridge in 1935 which washed out in 1938.
Echo Park Lake Bridge [Map] Bridge over Echo Park Lake in Los AngelesRe-Opened 2006, after being closed to all trafficOriginal Built 1896, lost unknown year, replaced unknown year
Hill Street Overpass [Map] Lost Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Pacific Electric Railway & 1st Street on Hill StreetFilled inFilled in when the Hollywood Freeway was built LACM - Arroyo Seco Bridge [Map · Street View] Bridge over Arroyo Seco on MTA Goldline (Light Rail)Open to trafficA wooden bridge was built in 1885, replaced by this steel one in 1896, upgraded by the MTA in 1992
LACM - Los Angeles River Bridge [Map · Street View] Bridge over Los Angeles River on Gold Line trolly (MTA)Open to trafficSalt Lake Rail Road build the original wooden bridge back in the mid-1870's, it has been rebuilt several times since then.
LACM - San Fernando Tunnel [Map] Tunnel under Freemont Pass/San Fernando Pass on Union Pacific Railroad/MetrolinkOpen to trafficWork started March 22, 1875, opened August 12, 1876.
Millard Creek Dam [Map] Stone culvert bridge over MIllard Creek on North Arroyo Blvd.Open to pedestriansBuild as part of a surface water diversion
Mount Wilson Toll Road over Eaton Canyon Wash [Map] Concrete stringer bridge over Eaton Canyon Wash on Mt. Wilson Toll Road in Angeles National ForrestClosed to all trafficBuilt by The Pasadena and Mount Wilson Toll Road Company 1891, Replaced by the Nat'l Forrest Service, Date unknown
Oak Avenue Overpass [Map] Concrete arch bridge over Pedestrian Path on Bradbourne Ave in BradburyOpen to Pedestrians OnlyOriginally crossed Pacific Electric Railway, now a pedestrian path.
Old Topanga Road Bridge [Map] Wooden bridge over Old Topanga Creek on Old Topanga Road in Los AngelesOpen to trafficBuilt 1927; rehabilitated 1960
Pacific Coast Highway Overpass [Map] Deck plate deck girder Bridge over Lincoln Blvd. (Pacific Coast Highway / State Route 1 (CA 1) on Culver Blvd in Los AngelesOpen to Traffic
PE - Circular Bridge [Map] Stringer bridge over Las Flores Canyon on Pacific Electric RailroadDestroyed by flooding
PE - Fletcher Drive Trestle [Map] Lost Deck plate girder bridge over Fletcher Drive on Pacific Electric RailwayRemoved but not replacedBuitl 1904 as timber trestle, rebuilt 1928 with deck girder main span, Demolished 1959
PE - La Brea Avenue Overpass [Map] Lost Pony Plate Girder Bridge over La Brea Avenue on Pacific Electric RailwayRemovedBuilt 1927; Abandoned July 7, 1940, Demolished 1963
PE - Pico & San Vicente Viaduct [Map] Lost Concrete deck girder bridge over Pico Boulevard & San Vicente Boulevard on Railroad (PE)Removed but not replacedBuilt 1927; Demolished 1963 POC over Rubio Wash [Map] Steel bridge with wooden deck over Rubio WashBuilt 1881; Destroyed, Replaced by Concrete Bridge
Punta Larga Bridge [Map · Street View] Open-spandrel arch bridge over San Gabriel River on Bicycle & Pedestrian Path in DuarteOpen to Pedestrians & Bicyclists & EquestriansBuild 1907; rebabilitated 1987
Sierra Highway Overpass [Map] Concrete tee beam bridge over Metrolink & Up Rr on Sierra Hwy in Los AngelesOpen to trafficBuilt 1911; rehabilitated 1934
SP - Santa Clara River Bridge [Map · Street View] Through truss bridge over Santa Clara River on railroad in Santa ClaritaClosed to railroad traffic, popular jogging pathBuilt in 1898 to connect Ventura and Saugus mainly for agricultural freight.
The Bridge to Nowhere [Map] Open-spandrel arch bridgeAbandonedIt spans the East Fork of the San Gabriel River and was meant to be part of a road connecting the San Gabriel Valley with Wrightwood. The East Fork Road was washed out during the great flood of March 1-2, 1938 and the bridge was abondoned.