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"New" Old Broadwell Mill Road Bridge (Calhoun County, Alabama)
Built 2010 by US Bridge to replace the Old Broadwell Mill Bridge
Polygonal Warren pony truss bridge over Little Tallahatchee Creek on Old Broadwell Mill Road
Open to traffic

"Snitch" Bridge (Geneva County, Alabama)
Timber stringer bridge over Commerce Street on the Geneva Walking Trail (an abandoned railroad line)
Open to pedestrians only

11th Avenue North Overpass (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Built 1931
Slab bridge over Frisco Rr on 11th Ave N
Open to traffic

12th Avenue North Overpass (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Built 1913
Slab bridge over Frisco & So Rr on 12th Ave No
Open to traffic

22nd Street Viaduct (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Built 1915
Concrete tee beam bridge over Morris Avenue & the Railroad on 22nd Street
Open to traffic

4th Street Bridge (Cullman County, Alabama)
Bridge seems to be built pre 1900 and then rehabilitated/widened in 1935.
Stone arch bridge over an unnamed creek on 4th Street
Open to traffic

ACL - Chattahoochee River Bridge (Houston County, Alabama)
Built 1913
Lost Through truss bridge over Chattahoochee River on Atlantic Coast Line RR
Replaced by a new bridge

AGR - Alabama River Bridge (Wilcox County, Alabama)
Built 1915
Warren through truss bridge over Alabama River on Alabama & Gulf Coast Railway
Open to traffic

AGR - Black Warrier River Lift Bridge (Marengo County, Alabama)
Built ca. 1927
Vertical lift bridge over Black Warrior River on Alabama & Gulf Coast Railway
Open to traffic

Alabama Avenue Overpass (Winston County, Alabama)
Built 1930
Wooden bridge over Southern Railroad on Alabama Avenue in Haleyville
Closed to all traffic

Alamuchee-Bellamy Covered Bridge 01-60-01 (Sumter County, Alabama)
See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alamuchee-Bellamy_Covered_Bridge for a detailed history
Lattice through truss bridge over a duck pond on a pedestrian walkway
Open to pedestrians only

Alexandria Wellington Road Bridge (Calhoun County, Alabama)
Built 1954
Howe pony truss bridge over Tallahatchee Creek on Alexandria Wellington Road
Open to traffic

Apple Ave. Bridge (Old US 78) (Marion County, Alabama)
Built ca. 1920's
Concrete stringer bridge over East Fork Luxapalilla River on Apple Ave (formerly US 78)
Open to traffic

Ardmore Bridge (Limestone County, Alabama)
Built 1912
Warren pony truss with alternating verticals bridge over drainage ditch on walking trail
Open to pedestrians only

AT&N - Tombigbee River Bridge (Pickens County, Alabama)
Collapsed 1973
Lost Warren through truss with all verticals bridge over Tombigbee River on Alabama, Tennessee & Northern RR
Collapsed

ATN - 5th Avenue Overpass (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Built 1936 by the Virginia Bridge and Iron Co., Roanoke Virginia
Bridge over 5th Ave South on Southern Railway
Open to traffic

ATN - Cleveland Avenue Overpass (Etowah County, Alabama)
Built 1936
Pony/through plate girder bridge over Cleveland Ave on Railroad
Southern Bridge open to traffic; Northern Bridge closed

B.B. Comer Bridge (Jackson County, Alabama)
Built 1930
Cantilevered through truss bridge over Tennessee River on AL 35 at Scottsboro
Open to traffic

Bargainer Rd Bridge (Macon County, Alabama)
Abandoned timber stringer bridge on Bargainer Rd
Abandoned

Bayou La Batre Bridge (Mobile County, Alabama)
Built 1984
Vertical lift bridge over Bayou La Batre on AL 188 in Grand Bay
Open to traffic

Bibb Graves Bridge (Elmore County, Alabama)
Built 1931
Rainbow arch bridge over Coosa River on AL 111 in Wetumpka
Open to traffic

Big Bear Creek Bridge (Colbert County, Alabama)
Built 1927
Steel stringer bridge over Big Bear Creek on Margerum Rd
Closed to all traffic

Big Bear Creek Bridge CR 1 (Colbert County, Alabama)
Bypassed in 1963
Abandoned Pratt through truss bridge over Big Bear Creek on County Route #1
Abandoned

Big Bear Creek Covered Bridge (Colbert County, Alabama)
Lost Bridge over Big Bear Creek
No longer exists

Big Wills Creek Bridge (De Kalb County, Alabama)
Built 2003
Pratt pony truss MOB bridge over Big Wills Creek on CR 207
Open to traffic

Blevens Creek Bridge (Cullman County, Alabama)
Built or relocated here 1939
Pratt through truss bridge over Blevens Creek on Co Rd 1036
Open to traffic

Blue Creek Bridge (Calhoun County, Alabama)
Built 1940
Stone arch bridge over Blue Creek on Blue Creek
Open to traffic

BNSF - Commerce Avenue Overpass (Walker County, Alabama)
Closed spandrel arch under Commerce Avenue on Railroad (BNSF)
Open to traffic

BNSF - Mulberry Fork of the Warrior River Bridge (Walker County, Alabama)
Warren through truss bridge over Mulberry Fork of the Warrior River on BNSF Railroad
Open to rail traffic

Boat Dock Road Bridge (Madison County, Alabama)
Built 1925
Through truss bridge over Aldridge Creek on Boat Dock Road in Huntsville
Closed to traffic

Boiling Spring Road Bridge (Calhoun County, Alabama)
Built 1930
Pratt through truss bridge over Choccolocco Creek on Boiling Spring Road in Choccolocco
Closed to all traffic

Boyds Creek Bridge (Chambers County, Alabama)
Built 1935
Pony truss bridge over Boyds Creek on CR 94
Open to traffic

Branch Bridge (Calhoun County, Alabama)
Built 1960
Pony truss bridge over Branch on Wellington Road
Open to traffic

Branch of Rock Creek Bridge (Colbert County, Alabama)
Bypassed in 1964
Abandoned steel stringer bridge over Branch of Rock Creek on Sr 247
Abandoned

Bridgeport Railroad Walking Bridge (Jackson County, Alabama)
Served as the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis (later L&N) Railroad's main line from Nashville to Atlanta
Walking bridge, converted from a former L & N Railroad deck truss bridge
Open to pedestrians

Brier Fork Flint River Bridge (Madison County, Alabama)
Lost Bridge over Brier Fork Flint River on Riverton Road
Only two piers remains

Brown Bridge (Walker County, Alabama)
Concrete bridge over a small creek on Brown Bridge Rd
Open to traffic

Browns Creek Bridge (Marshall County, Alabama)
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Browns Creek on Manchester-Guntersville Rd
No longer exists

Brushy Creek Viaduct (Marion County, Alabama)
Built in 1907 for the Illinois Central Railway; purchased by Norfolk Southern in 1988; route abandoned 1992; demolished 1996
Lost Deck plate girder bridge over Brushy Creek
Demolished in 1996

BSRR - Short Creek Bridge (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Abandoned 2006
Abandoned deck plate girder bridge over Short Creek on unknown railroad
Abandoned

Buddy Ferrell Bridge (Colbert County, Alabama)
Built 1940
Through truss bridge over Bear Creek on Asphalt Rock Road
Open to traffic - Weight limit: 3 tons

Bull Slough Bridge (Conecuh County, Alabama)
Built 1924; rehabilitated 1970
Warren through truss bridge over Sepulga River on Bull Slough Rd
Open to traffic

Butler Creek Bridge (Lauderdale County, Alabama)
Built 1936
Steel stringer bridge over Butler Creek on Co 61
Open to traffic

Buzzard Roost Covered Bridge 01-17-01x (Colbert County, Alabama)
Built ca 1860; destroyed by fire July 15, 1972
Lost Through truss bridge over Buzzard Roost Creek on Co Rd 15
Destroyed by fire

Buzzard Roost Creek Bridge (Colbert County, Alabama)
Built 1940
Pratt pony truss bridge over Buzzard Roost Creek on Rickard Cutoff Rd
Open to traffic - Weight Limit: 6 tons

C.C. Clay Bridge (Northbound) (Morgan County, Alabama)
Built 1931; Replaced 2006
Lost through truss bridge over Tennessee River on US 231/AL 53 in Huntsville
Demolished and replaced

Cahaba Beach Road Bridge (Shelby County, Alabama)
Built 1904
Pratt through truss bridge over Little Cahaba River on Cahaba Beach Road in Birmingham
Closed to all traffic

Canoe Creek Road Bridge (Etowah County, Alabama)
Built 1930; demolished 2007
Lost concrete arch bridge over Canoe Creek on Canoe Creek Road in Rainbow City


Cemetery Lane Bridge (Morgan County, Alabama)
Pratt pony truss bridge over CSX Railroad on Cemetery Lane
Open to traffic

Central Avenue Overpass (Tallapoosa County, Alabama)
Built 1939
Girder bridge over Central Ga Railroad on Central Ave
Open to traffic

Central of Georgia R. R. Bridge (Houston County, Alabama)
Built 1923
Concrete stringer bridge over Central of Georgia R. R. on Us 231 Mp 15.643
Open to traffic

CG - Pea River Bridge (Geneva County, Alabama)
Abandoned warren pony truss bridge over Pea River on an abandoned alignment of the Central of Georgia Railroad
Abandoned, burned, and collapsed

Chattahoochee River Bridge (Muscogee County, Georgia)
Built 1921
Concrete arch bridge over Chattahoochee River on 14th Street in Columbus
Bridge is preserved as part of Columbus, GA and Phenix City, AL's Riverwalk Park

Chewacla Creek Bridge (Lee County, Alabama)
Built 1935
Pony truss bridge over Chewacla Creek on CR 27 in Beauregard-Marvyn
Open to traffic

CHNY - Blackburn Fork Little Warrior River Bridge (Blount County, Alabama)
On an abandoned L&N route
Warren through truss bridge over Blackburn Fork of the Little Warrior River on L&N Railroad
Abandoned

Choccolacco Creek Bridge (Calhoun County, Alabama)
Built 2005
Pony truss bridge over Choccolacco Creek on Old Downing Mill Road
Open to traffic

Choccolocco Creek Bridge (Calhoun County, Alabama)
Built 1947
Pratt through truss bridge over Choccolocco Creek on Brown Bridge Road
Open to traffic

Choclafaula Creek Bridge (Lee County, Alabama)
Built 1930
Pony truss bridge over Choclafaula Creek on CR 14 in Auburn-Opelika
Open to traffic

Chumley Bridge (Etowah County, Alabama)
Built 1920
Polygonal Warren pony truss bridge over Big Wills Creek on Campbell Gap Road
Open to traffic

Clarkson Covered Bridge 01-22-01 (Cullman County, Alabama)
Built 1904 by James Legg. Destroyed by a flood in 1921 and rebuilt in 1922. Rehabilitated in 1975. Posted to the National Register of Historic Places in 1974.
Lattice through truss bridge over Crooked Creek on Central Rd. (CR 1043) at the Clarkson Covered Bridge Park
Open to pedestrians

Cochrane Bridge (Mobile County, Alabama)
Built 1927
Lost vertical lift truss bridge over Mobile River on US-90, AL-16
Replaced by a new bridge

Cochrane-Africatown Bridge (Mobile County, Alabama)
Built 1991; Named after the Cochrane Bridge, which it replaced, and the former Africatown Community it reached on the western shore
3-span cable-stayed suspension bridge over Mobile River on U.S. 90 and U.S. 98 Truck Route
Open to traffic

Cohasset Rd/Huggins Mill Rd Bridge (Covington County, Alabama)
Abandoned truss bridge over Bull Slough on an abandoned section of Cohasset/Huggins Mill Rd
Abandoned

Coldwater Covered Bridge 01-08-01 (Calhoun County, Alabama)
Built ca 1850 over Coldwater Creek; Relocated in 1990 to city park and placed over an outlet from Oxford Lake
Multiple Kingpost through truss bridge over inlet to Oxford Lake on Trail in Oxford
Open to pedestrians

Cole's Bridge (Coffee County, Alabama)
Abandoned pratt through truss bridge over Pea River on an old alignment of Co Rd 147
Abandoned

Concord Bridge (Blount County, Alabama)
Built 1940
Through truss bridge over Calvert Prong Little Warrior River on Deaverstown Road
Intact open to all traffic in Nov 2012

Coosa River Bridge (Etowah County, Alabama)
Built 1939 by the C.G. Kershaw Contracting Co.
Polygonal Warren through truss bridge over Coosa River on AL 77 in Southside
Open to traffic

Coosa River Bridge (Chilton County, Alabama)
Built 1958
Deck truss bridge over Coosa River on Sr 22
Open to traffic

Coosa River Memorial Bridge (Etowah County, Alabama)
Built 1927 by the C.G. Kershaw Contracting Co.
Concrete arch bridge over Coosa River on Broad Street in Gadsden
Open to traffic

Copeland Creek Bridge (Blount County, Alabama)
Built 1946
Pony truss bridge over Copeland Creek on Chamblee Mill Road
Open to traffic

Cotts Creek Bridge (Lauderdale County, Alabama)
Built 1937
Warren pony truss bridge over Cotts Creek on CR 153
Intact but closed to all traffic

Country Bridge (Colbert County, Alabama)
Built 1903; Collapsed and removed 2003
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Spring Creek on South Milton Street
Lost

Country Club Road Bridge (Walker County, Alabama)
Built 1898 by the Canton Bridge Co.
Through truss bridge over Blackwater Creek on Country Club Road in Jasper
Open to one-lane traffic

County Road 184 Bridge (De Kalb County, Alabama)
Original construction unknown, rehabilitated 2006
Bailey Truss bridge over Big Wills Creek on County Road 184 (185)
Open to traffic

County Road 212 Bridge (De Kalb County, Alabama)
Old Pratt steel truss replaced in 1999 was replaced with, new prefabricated steel truss bridge that was made in 1997, installed 1999
Through truss bridge over Bill Wills Creek on County Road 212
Open to traffic

County Road 49 Overpass (Coosa County, Alabama)
Built 1940
Timber stringer bridge over C of G Rr on CR 49
Open to traffic

CR 1128 Sportsman Road Bridge (Sumter County, Alabama)
Built 1938; rehabilitated 1954
Warren pony truss bridge over an unnamed creek on CR 1128 in Belmont
Open to traffic

CR 144 Phelps Creek Bridge (Lee County, Alabama)
Built 1948
Pony truss bridge over Phelps Creek on CR 144
Open to traffic

CR 217 Saugahatchee Creek Bridge (Lee County, Alabama)
Built 1959
Pony truss bridge over Sougahatchee Creek on CR 217
Open to traffic

CR 29 Cahaba River Bridge (Dallas County, Alabama)
Abandoned pratt through truss bridge over Cahaba River on former CR 29
Abandoned

Crazy Bridge (Blount County, Alabama)
Built 1939
Steel stringer bridge over Locust Fork Warriorriver on an old alignment of Us 231
Closed and fenced off to the public

Cripple Deer Creek Covered Bridge 01-17-02x (Colbert County, Alabama)
Built ca.1820
Lost Town lattice truss bridge over Cripple Deer Creek on Allsboro Rd
No longer exists

Csx & Conecuh Valley R/R Bridge (Pike County, Alabama)
Built 1936
Concrete tee beam bridge over Csx & Conecuh Valley R/R on Elm Street
Open to traffic

CSX - AL 53 Overpass (Limestone County, Alabama)
Built 1913
Slab bridge over AL 53/7th Street on L&N Railroad
Open to traffic above and below

CSX - Alabama River Bridge (Elmore County, Alabama)
Warren through truss bridge over Alabama River on CSX Railroad
Presumably open to traffic

CSX - Alabama River Bridge (Selma) (Dallas County, Alabama)
Parker through truss bridge over Alabama River on CSX Railroad


CSX - Big Bayou Canot Bridge (Mobile County, Alabama)
Non-truss spans built in 1993 as a replacement for swing bridge destroyed in barge collision/train derailment
Through truss bridge over Big Bayou Canot on single railroad track
Open to traffic

CSX - Chicksaw Creek Channel Drawbridge (Mobile County, Alabama)
Through truss bridge over Chicksaw Creek Channel on CSX Railroad
Open to traffic

CSX - Coosa River Bridge (Gadsen) (Etowah County, Alabama)
Built 1909 by the American Bridge Co.
Parker through truss bridge over Coosa River on CSX Transportation
Open to traffic

CSX - Mobile River Bridge (Baldwin County, Alabama)
Built 2013
Through truss bridge over Mobile River on CSX RR
Open to traffic

CSX - Mobile River Bridge (Old) (Baldwin County, Alabama)
Built 1927, Replaced 2013
Through truss bridge over Tensaw River on CSX Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

CSX - Mulberry Fork Black Warrior River Bridge (Cullman County, Alabama)
Warren deck truss bridge over Mulberry Fork Black Warrior River on L&N Railroad
Open to traffic

CSX - Three Mile Creek Drawbridge (Mobile County, Alabama)
Pony/through plate girder bridge over Three Mile Creek on CSX Railroad
Open to traffic

CSX Alabama River Bridge (Autauga County, Alabama)
Through truss bridge over Alabama River on CSX Railroad
Open to traffic

CSX Cahaba River Bridge (Shelby County, Alabama)
Parker through truss bridge over Cahaba River on CSX Railroad


CSX Tennessee River Bridge (barge channel spans) (Jackson County, Alabama)
Swing Span replaced by Vertical Lift Span
Camelback Warren through truss bridge over Tennessee River on CSX Railroad
Open to traffic

CSX/NS - Tennessee River Drawbridge (Decatur) (Limestone County, Alabama)
Vertical Lift Drawbridge over Tennessee River in Decatur
Open to traffic

Curry Chapel Road Bridge (Morgan County, Alabama)
Built 1920
Through truss bridge over Cotaco Creek on Curry Chapel Road
Closed to all traffic

Cypress Creek Bridge (Lauderdale County, Alabama)
Built 1927; replaced 2003
Lost through truss bridge over Cypress Creek on Waterloo Road in Florence
Replaced

Dauplin Island Causeway Bridge (Mobile County, Alabama)
Lost Through truss bridge over Intracoastal Waterway / Mobile Bay on Alabama Route 193 Dauplin Island Causeway/Parkway
Replaced by a new bridge