Spokane, Washington

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11th Avenue Bridge (Spokane County, Washington)
Built 1927
Concrete arch bridge over Latah Creek on 11th Avenue in Spokane
Open to traffic

BNSF - 14th Avenue Overpass (Spokane County, Washington)
Temporary bridge built in this location by May, 1910. Current bridge built 1913 for the Spokane, Portland & Seattle Railway (SP&S). To Burlington Northern in 1970 merger. To BNSF in 1996. merger.
Deck plate girder bridge over 14th. Avenue on BNSF Spokane Subdivision
Open to traffic

BNSF - 2nd Avenue/Maple Street Overpass (Spokane County, Washington)
Built 1916 as part of Northern Pacific grade elevation. To Burlington Northern in 1970 merger. To BNSF in 1996 merger.
Pony/through plate girder bridge over 2nd Avenue & Maple Street on BNSF Spokane Subdivision
Open to traffic

BNSF - 3rd Avenue Overpass (Spokane County, Washington)
Built 1916 as part of Northern Pacific grade elevation. To Burlington Northern in 1970 merger. To BNSF in 1996 merger.
Bridge over Third Avenue on BNSF Spokane Subdivision
Open to traffic

BNSF - Erie Street underpass (Spokane County, Washington)
Built 1917 as part of Northern Pacific's Spokane grade separation complex
Concrete deck girder bridge over Erie Street on BNSF Railway
Open to traffic

BNSF - Hartson Avenue Overpass (Spokane County, Washington)
Built 1972 during line relocations due to the Burlington Northern merger in 1970. Replaced a previous bridge.
Steel stringer bridge over Hartson Avenue on BNSF Columbia River Subdivision
Open to traffic

BNSF - Indian Canyon Bridge (Spokane County, Washington)
Built 1971-72 as part of railroad line relocations in Spokane before EXPO '74 resulting from Burlington Northern merger in 1970. Replaced a large fill, which was then removed.
Beam bridge over Indian Creek on BNSF Columbia River Subdivision
Open to traffic

BNSF - Latah Creek Bridge (Spokane County, Washington)
Main truss built 1920, south approach dates from 1928. Original bridge on this site built 1881.
Warren deck truss with all verticals bridge over Latah Creek on BNSF Lakeside Subdivision
Open to traffic

BNSF - Latah Creek Viaduct (Spokane County, Washington)
Built 1972 during line relocations due to the Burlington Northern merger in 1970. Built to tie 3 rail lines together: The Great Northern line to Seattle, the Northern Pacific line to Sandpoint, and the SP&S line to Pasco.
Deck girder bridge over Latah Creek, I90 on BNSF
Open to traffic

BNSF - Seventh Avenue Overpass (Spokane County, Washington)
Built 1954 for Northern Pacific Railway. To Burlington Northern in 1970 merger. To BNSF in 1996 merger. A number of bridges had previously existed here, dating back to 1881.
Deck plate girder bridge over Seventh Avenue on BNSF Lakeside Subdivision
Open to traffic

BNSF - Spokane River Bridge (Spokane County, Washington)
Built 1972 during line relocations due to the Burlington Northern merger in 1970. Built to tie former Great Northern line to former Northern Pacific line across the Spokane River.
Deck plate girder bridge over Spokane River on BNSF Chewelah Subdivision
Open to traffic

BNSF - Thorpe Road Overpass (Spokane County, Washington)
Built in 1913 by Spokane, Portland & Seattle railway. To Burlington Northern in 1970 merger. To BNSF in 1996 merger.
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Thorpe Road on BNSF Spokane Subdivision
Open to traffic

BNSF - Washington Street Overpass (Spokane County, Washington)
Built 1915 as part of Northern Pacific grade elevation. To Burlington Northern in 1970 merger. To BNSF in 1996 merger.
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Washington Street on BNSF Spokane Subdivision
Open to traffic

BNSF Spokane River Bridge Br62.1 (Spokane County, Washington)
Warren deck truss bridge over Spokane River on Burlington Northern and Santa Fe Railway
Open to traffic

Chestnut Street Bridge (Spokane County, Washington)
Built 1911
Concrete arch bridge over Latah Creek on Chestnut Street in Spokane
Open to traffic

Chevron Spokane River Pipeline Bridge (Spokane County, Washington)
Wire suspension bridge over Spokane River on Chevron petroleum pipeline
Open to traffic

City of Spokane Water Main Bridge (Spokane County, Washington)
Built to carry a water main between the City of Spokane and the Fort George Wright area. Replaced a 2-span truss bridge.
Through truss bridge over Spokane River carrying a Water Main


Divison Street Bridge (1892) (Spokane County, Washington)
Built 1892; Collapsed 1915
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Spokane River on Divison Street & Washington Water Power Co. Streetcars
Collapsed

First Latah Bridge (Spokane County, Washington)
Built 1890 by "private subscription"
Lost Timber stringer bridge over Latah Creek on road
Replaced by a new bridge

Fish Lake Trail - 16th Avenue Overpass (Spokane County, Washington)
Built 1912 by the Oregon-Washington Railroad and Navigation Co. To Union Pacific in 1936 merger. Abandoned 1978. Converted for trail use in 2009.
Pony/through plate girder bridge over 16th. Avenue on Fish Lake Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Fish Lake Trail - I90 Exit 279 Overpass (Spokane County, Washington)
Built 1912 by the Oregon-Washington Railroad and Navigation Co. To Union Pacific in 1936 merger. Abandoned 1978. Converted for trail use in 2009.
Pony/through plate girder bridge over Interstate 90 Exit 279 ramp on Fish Lake Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Fish Lake Trail - Interstate 90 Overpass (Spokane County, Washington)
Built 1962
Deck plate girder bridge over Interstate 90 on Fish Lake Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Fish Lake Trail - Thorpe Road Overpass (Spokane County, Washington)
Built in 1917 by the Oregon-Washington Railroad & Navigation company. To Union Pacific in 1936. Abandoned 1978. Fish Lake Trail paved 2009. Original wooden trestle built here circa 1912.
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Thorpe Road on Fish Lake Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Great Northern High Bridge (Spokane County, Washington)
Built by Great Northern in 1902. Removed in 1974 after EXPO 74 line relocations.
Lost Bridge over Spokane River on Great Northern Railroad
Removed but not replaced

Great Northern Spokane River Bridge #273 (Spokane County, Washington)
Built by 1902 as part of Great Northern's Havermale Island passenger station complex.
Lost Deck truss bridge over Spokane River, Lincoln Street, Monroe Street on Great Northern Railway
Removed but not replaced

Greene Street Bridge (Spokane County, Washington)
Built 1955; rehabilitated 1999
Concrete arch bridge over Spokane River on Greene Street in Spokane
Open to traffic

Hatch Road Bridge (Spokane County, Washington)
Built 1919; rehabilitated 1964
Concrete arch bridge over Latah Creek on Hatch Road in Spokane
Open to traffic

Howard Street Bridge (Spokane County, Washington)
Built 1916; rehabilitated 1963
Through truss bridge over Middle Channel Spokane River on Howard Street in Spokane
Open to traffic

Howard Street Bridge (Spokane County, Washington)
Built 1909
Concrete arch bridge over North Channel Spokane River on Howard Street in Spokane
Open to traffic

I90 Latah Creek Bridge (Spokane County, Washington)
Built 1964
Bridge over Latah Creek on Interstate 90
Open to traffic

Inland Empire Way Bridge (Spokane County, Washington)
Built 1934
Concrete tee beam bridge over Latah Creek on Inland Empire Way
Open to traffic

Iron Bridge (Spokane County, Washington)
Built 1911, Closed 1973, Converted to pedestrian bridge 2012
Triple-intersection lattice through truss bridge over Spokane River on Pedestrian Pathway
Open to pedestrians only

Kardong Bridge (Spokane County, Washington)
Built in the later 1920's by Great Northern Railway to replace a bridge built in 1892. Abandoned 1973. Converted for pedestrian use 1988.
Deck plate girder bridge over Spokane River on Centennial Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Latah Bridge (Spokane County, Washington)
Built 1911
Concrete arch bridge over Latah Creek on Sunset Boulevard in Spokane
Open to traffic

Manito Park Loop Drive Bridge (Spokane County, Washington)
Built 1931
Arch bridge over Loop Drive on Nishinomiya Drive in Manito Park
Open to traffic

Maple Street Bridge (Spokane County, Washington)
Built 1958; rehabilitated 1994
Girder bridge over Spokane River on Maple Street
Open to traffic

Mission Avenue Bridge (Spokane County, Washington)
Built 1909
Concrete arch bridge over Spokane River on Mission Avenue in Spokane
Open to traffic

Monroe Street Bridge (First) (Spokane County, Washington)
Built 1889 Burned 1890
Lost Timber stringer bridge over Spokane River
Destroyed by fire

Monroe Street Bridge (Second) (Spokane County, Washington)
Built 1892; Replaced 1911
Lost Pratt deck truss bridge over Spokane River on Monroe Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Monroe Street Bridge (Third) (Spokane County, Washington)
Built 1911; reconstructed 2005
Concrete arch bridge over Spokane River on Monroe Street in Spokane
Open to traffic

Post Street Bridge (Spokane County, Washington)
Built 1917; rehabilitated and widened 1937. Originally built with 2 arches; third arch added in 1937. This bridge collapsed in 1915 during construction.
Concrete arch bridge over Spokane River on Post Street in Spokane
Open to traffic

Riverside Avenue Bridge (Spokane County, Washington)
Built 1920
Concrete arch bridge over Latah Creek on Riverside Avenue in Spokane
Open to traffic

Sandifur Memorial Bridge (Spokane County, Washington)
Built in 2004, using piers of former Union Pacific High Bridge, which was built in 1913 and removed in 1978.
Open-spandrel arch bridge over Spokane River on bike/pedestrian trail
Open to traffic

Spokane Falls Suspension Bridges (Spokane County, Washington)
Wire suspension bridge over Spokan Falls on Pedestrian Path
Open to pedestrians only

SPS - Interstate 90 Overpass (Spokane County, Washington)
Built in 1963 by the Spokane, Portland & Seattle Railway. Abandoned in 1971 as a result of line relocations related to 1970 Burlington Northern merger.
Concrete deck girder bridge over Interstate 90 on SP&S railroad grade
Open to pedestrians only

Summit Blvd. Bridge (Spokane County, Washington)
Built 1909
Concrete arch bridge over a ravine south of Boone Avenue on Summit Blvd. in Spokane
Open to traffic

Sunset Boulevard Overpass (Spokane County, Washington)
Built 1936
Concrete stringer bridge over Inland Empire Way on Sunset Boulevard
Open to traffic

Sunset Highway Overpass (Spokane County, Washington)
Built 1944
Concrete tee beam bridge over Geiger Road on Sunset Highway (Eastbound)
Open to traffic above and below

Trent Avenue Spokane River Bridge (Spokane County, Washington)
Built 1910. Carried a double-track street car line until c.1936.
Concrete arch bridge over Spokane River on WA 290 in Spokane
Open to traffic

Union Pacific over Altamont Street Bridge (Spokane County, Washington)
Steel stringer bridge over N. Altamont Street on Union Pacific Railroad
Open to traffic above and below

UP - Ninth Avenue Overpass (Spokane County, Washington)
Built 1912 by the Oregon-Washington Railroad and Navigation Co. To Union Pacific in 1936 merger. Abandoned 1978. Removed during Fish Lake Trail construction 2009.
Lost Deck plate girder bridge over Ninth Avenue on Union Pacific RR Ayer Subdivision
Removed but not replaced

UP - Spokane High Bridge (Spokane County, Washington)
Built in 1913 as part of the Oregon-Washington Railroad & Navigation companys' Spokane-Ayer cutoff. Abandoned in 1973 due to EXPO '74 line relocations, and removed in 1977-78.
Lost Deck plate girder bridge over Latah Creek & Spokane River on Union Pacific RR Ayer Subdivision
Removed but not replaced

UP - Spokane River Bridge (Spokane County, Washington)
Built in 1914 to carry a double track rail line of the Oregon-Washington Railroad and Navigation Company into Spokane Union Station. Removed in 1973 during preparations for EXPO 74.
Lost Deck truss bridge over Spokane River, Monroe Street bridge on OWR&N double track railroad
Removed but not replaced

Washinton Street Bridge (Spokane County, Washington)
Built 1907-08; replaced 1985
Lost three-span arch bridge over Spokane River on Washington Street in Spokane
Replaced by new bridge