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Arkansas

12th Street Overpass (Pulaski County, Arkansas)
Built 1936 by Fred Luttjohann of Topeka, Kansas
Concrete arch bridge over the Union Pacific Railroad on W. 12th Street in North Little Rock
Open to four lanes of traffic

1st Petit Jean Bridge (at Magazine) (Logan County, Arkansas)
Built 1909, Demolished 1982
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Petit Jean River on AR 109 just south of Magazine
Demolished to make way for upgrade of hwy. 109

2nd Petit Jean Bridge (at Magazine) (Logan County, Arkansas)
Built 1922; Bypassed by new bridge 1982
Tthrough truss bridge over Petit Jean River on Old AR 109 south of Magazine
Bypassed by modern bridge in 1982

3rd Bridge (at Sugar Grove) (Logan County, Arkansas)
Built 1906 by the Joliet Bridge Co.; closed to traffic ca. 1998
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

6 Mile Relief Bridge (Logan County, Arkansas)
Built 1928; rehabilitated 1957
Concrete tee beam bridge over 6 Mi Relief on SH 22
Open to traffic

Abbott Cross Road Bridge (Sebastian County, Arkansas)
Built 1943 by the Works Progress Administration, rehabilitated 1962
Concrete slab bridge over Prairie Creek on Abbott Cross Road (CR 80)
Open to traffic

Achmun Creek Bridge (Yell County, Arkansas)
Built ca. 1920
Through truss bridge over Achmun Creek on Mickles Switch Road (CR 49/Old AR 10) northwest of Ola
Open to one-lane traffic

AKMD - Gulpha Creek Bridge (Garland County, Arkansas)
No builders plate found
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

AKMD - Jones Mill Bridge (Hot Spring County, Arkansas)
Built 1901
Through truss railroad bridge over Cove Creek on Arkansas Midland Railroad next to US 270
Open to railroad traffic

Allsopp Ditch Bridge (Pulaski County, Arkansas)
Built 1930
Steel stringer bridge over Allsopp Ditch on Winston Faulkner Rd
Open to One Lane Traffic

AM - 6th Street Overpass (Crawford County, Arkansas)
Built 1913
Girder bridge over 6th Street on Arkansas-Missouri (formerly Frisco) Railroad in Van Buren
Open to traffic

AM - 7th Street Overpass (Crawford County, Arkansas)
Built 1913
Steel stringer bridge over 7th Street on Arkansas-Missouri (formerly Frisco) Railroad in Van Buren
Open to traffic

AM - Center Street Overpass (Washington County, Arkansas)
Built 1949
Steel stringer bridge over Center Street on Arkansas-Missouri (formerly Frisco) Railroad in Fayetteville
Open to traffic

AM - Clear Creek Bridge #3 (Crawford County, Arkansas)
Deck girder bridge over Clear Creek on Arkansas-Missouri (formerly Frisco) Railroad
Open to traffic

AM - Clear Creek Bridge #4 (Crawford County, Arkansas)
Deck plate girder bridge over Clear Creek on Arkansas-Missouri Railroad
Open to traffic

AM - Fort Smith Bridge (Sebastian County, Arkansas)
Originally built by the St. Louis-San Francisco Railroad, now used by the Arkansas & Missouri Railroad
Vertical-lift through truss bridge over the Arkansas River on the Arkansas & Missouri Railroad between Fort Smith and Van Buren in Van Buren
Open for traffic

AM - Frog Bayou Bridge (Crawford County, Arkansas)
Bridge over Frog Bayou & Lancaster Road on Arkansas Missouri Railroad
Open to traffic

AM - Frog Bayou Bridge (Mountainburg) (Crawford County, Arkansas)
Built in 1898, originally Frisco railroad, now Arkansas and Missouri
Through truss bridge over Frog Bayou on Arkansas and Missouri Railroad in Mountainburg
Open to traffic

AM - Hurricane Creek Bridge (Crawford County, Arkansas)
Built 1956
Deck plate girder bridge over Hurricane Creek on Arkansas-Missouri Railroad
Open to traffic

AM - Little Sugar Creek Bridge (Benton County, Arkansas)
Bridge over Little Sugar Creek on Frisco Railroad, now Arkansas -Missouri Railroad.
Open to traffic

AM - Old Wire Road Overpass (Benton County, Arkansas)
Built ca. 1920
Concrete arch bridge over Old Wire Road (CR 1703) on the Arkansas-Missouri Railroad (fromerly Frisco RR)
Open to railroad traffic above and road traffic below

AM - Trestle #1 (Washington County, Arkansas)
Built 1882
Bridge on Arkansas & Missouri (formerly Frisco) Railroad
Open to traffic

AM - Trestle #2 (Washington County, Arkansas)
Built 1882
Bridge on Arkansas & Missouri (formerly Frisco) Railroad
Open to traffic

AM - Trestle #3 (Washington County, Arkansas)
Built 1882
Bridge on Arkansas & Missouri (formerly Frisco) Railroad
Open to traffic

AM - US62 Overpass (Benton County, Arkansas)
Built 1934
Bridge over US 62 on Arkansas-Missouri RR in Gateway
Open to traffic

AM - US71 BUS Overpass (Washington County, Arkansas)
Built 1934
Girder bridge over Business US 71 on Arkansas & Missouri Railroad in Springdale
Open to railroad above, traffic below

AM - West 'Y' Street Overpass (Sebastian County, Arkansas)
Built 1924
Bridge over West 'Y' Street on Arkansas Missouri (formerly Frisco) Railroad in Fort Smith
Open to traffic

AM - Winslow Tunnel (Washington County, Arkansas)
Built between 1880 and 1882 and enlarged in 1968. At 1735 ft. in elevation it's the highest pass between the Rockies and Appalachians
Tunnel on Arkansas & Missouri (formerly Frisco) Railroad in Winslow
Open to traffic

Amboy Overpass (Pulaski County, Arkansas)
Built 1941 by contractor J.P. McNulty; Replaced 2017
Stringer bridge over Parkway Drive and the UPRR on AR 365 in North Little Rock
Replaced by new bridge

Antoine Bridge (Pike County, Arkansas)
Lost through truss bridge over Antoine River on AR 26 near Antoine
Replaced in 1953 by a new bridge

Antoine River Bridge (Pike County, Arkansas)
Built 1928
Concrete tee beam bridge over Antoine River on C.R 518 (Tollesson Rd, Old US 70)
Open to local traffic

Apple Road Bridge (White County, Arkansas)
Built 1925; Lost 2012
Pony truss bridge over Bull Creek on Apple Road (CR 50)
Replaced by steel culvert

AR 282 Bridge (Crawford County, Arkansas)
Built 1960
Bridge over branch of Clear Creek on SH 282
Open to traffic

AR 463 Ditch 24 Bridge (Poinsett County, Arkansas)
Built 1928; rehabilitated 1939
Concrete tee beam bridge over Ditch 24 on SH 463 (old US 63)
Open to traffic

AR 463 Ditch 26 Bridge (Poinsett County, Arkansas)
Built 1928; rehabilitated 1939
Concrete tee beam bridge over Ditch 26 on AR 463 (old US 63)
Open to traffic

AR-7 Keeland Creek Bridge (Yell County, Arkansas)
Built 1928; rehabilitated 1988
Concrete tee beam bridge over Keeland Creek on Arkansas Highways 7 & 28
Open to traffic

AR42 St Francis Bay Bridge (Old) (Cross County, Arkansas)
Moved and reerected here in 1944-45, Replaced 1970
Pratt through truss bridge over St. Francis Bay Ditch on AR 42


AR42 St Francis Bay Bridge (Older) (Cross County, Arkansas)
Washed off its foundation and dropped into the channel during a flood in 1944.
Pratt pony truss bridge over St Francis Bay Ditch on State Route 42
Bridge was washed off its foundation during a a flood in 1944

Archey Fork Creek Bridge (Van Buren County, Arkansas)
Built 1964
Steel stringer bridge over Archey Fork Creek on US 65
Replaced by a new bridge

Archey Fork US 65 Bridge (Van Buren County, Arkansas)
Lost through truss bridge over Archey Fork on US 65 in Clinton
Replaced by a concrete bridge in 1964

Arkadelphia Bridge (Clark County, Arkansas)
Originally built 1933 over Caddo River; relocated 1960 to replace the previous bridge
Through truss bridge over Ouachita River at Arkadelphia carrying AR 7, AR 8, and AR 51
Fully repaired and open to two lane traffic.

Arkansas River Bridge (Sebastian County, Arkansas)
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.
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

Arkansas River Pontoon Bridge (Yell County, Arkansas)
At one time owned by the Dardanelle and Russellville Railroad, but no trains ever crossed it.
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

Ashley Creek Bridge (Logan County, Arkansas)
Concrete deck girder bridge over Ashley Creek on Nall Road
Open to traffic

Atcheson Creek Bridge (Yell County, Arkansas)
Built 1969
Slab bridge over Atcheson Creek on Sh 28
Open to traffic

Augusta Bridge (Woodruff County, Arkansas)
Completed in November 1930; replaced 2001
Lost cantilevered through truss over White River on US 64 at Augusta
Replaced by a new bridge

Avondale Road Bridge (Pulaski County, Arkansas)
Built 1927 by the Metropolitan Trust Company
Stone arch bridge over Lake No. 1 on Avondale Road in North Little Rock
Open to traffic

Ball Park Road Bridge (Washington County, Arkansas)
Stringer bridge with stone piers over West Fork White River on Ball Park Road (CR 3298) at Winslow
Open to private traffic only

Baptist Ford Bridge (Washington County, Arkansas)
Built 1930 by the Maxwell Construction Co.
Three-span pony truss bridge over West Fork White River on CR 1194 (Old US 71) in Greenland
Open to local traffic

Batesville Bridge (Independence County, Arkansas)
Built 1926-27; Replaced by a modern bridge in 1979
Lost through truss swing bridge over White River on US 167 at Batesville
Replaced by a new bridge

Batesville Creek Bridge (Faulkner County, Arkansas)
Built 1940; Bypassed by new bridge 2000
Concrete tee beam bridge over Batesville Creek on Old Hwy 65
Open to traffic

Bayou Bartholomew AR 11 Bridge (Lincoln County, Arkansas)
Lost pony truss bridge over Bayou Bartholomew on AR 11 east of Star City
Replaced by a new bridge in 1954

Bayou Bartholomew US 82 Bridge (Ashley County, Arkansas)
Built 1937 by S.M. Dixon, Contractor; replaced 2003
Lost pony truss bridge over Bayou Bartholomew on US 82
No longer exists

Bayou Creek Bridge (Yell County, Arkansas)
Built 1935
Concrete tee beam bridge over Bayou Creek on Sh 155
Open to traffic

Bear Creek AR 160 Bridge (Union County, Arkansas)
Built 1961; replaced 2005
Lost pony truss bridge over Bear Creek on AR 160
No longer exists

Bear Creek AR 7 Bridge (Perry County, Arkansas)
Built 1933
Two-span pony truss bridge over Bear Creek on AR 7
Open to traffic

Bear Creek Bridge (Searcy County, Arkansas)
Built 1971
Wooden bridge over Bear Creek on CR 278
Open to one-lane traffic

Bear Creek Bridge (Sebastian County, Arkansas)
Built 1940 by WPA
Concrete deck girder bridge over Reno Rd in Old Jenny Lind
Open to traffic

Bear Creek Bridge (Sevier County, Arkansas)
Built 1948
Steel stringer bridge over Bear Creek on SH 41
Open to traffic

Beaver Bridge (Carroll County, Arkansas)
Built 1949 by the Pioneer Construction Co. of Malvern, Arkansas
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

Beaver Slough Bridge (Clark County, Arkansas)
Concrete stringer bridge over Beaver Slough on US 67
Open to traffic

Bee Bayou Bridge (Phillips County, Arkansas)
Built 1956
Concrete slab bridge over Bee Bayou on Arkansas 44/85
Open to traffic

Beech Creek Bridge (Clark County, Arkansas)
Built ca. 1920; rehabilitated 1991; replaced ca. 2004
Lost pony truss bridge over Beech Creek on McKenzie Road (CR 194)
Replaced by new bridge made from recycled train car chassis

Ben Laney Bridge (Ouachita County, Arkansas)
Construction started December 8, 1945 by the D.F. Jones Construction Co.; dedicated April 16, 1947, replacing the earlier Martin Bridge
Three-span pony truss bridge over Ouachita River on US 79B in Camden
Open to traffic

Benzal Road Bridge (Arkansas County, Arkansas)
Built 2004
Steel stringer bridge over Menard Bayou on Benzal Road
Open to traffic

Bethel Road Bridge (Washington County, Arkansas)
Built ca. 1940; replaced 1999
Lost through truss bridge over Muddy Fork of Illinois River on CR 62 (Bethel Blacktop Road) west of Farmington
Replaced by a concrete bridge

Bethesda Road Bridge (Polk County, Arkansas)
Built 1935; rehabilitated 1955
Small two-span arch bridge over Prairie Creek on E. Bethesda Road in Mena
Open to traffic

Big Bay Ditch Bridge (Craighead County, Arkansas)
Built 1931
Steel stringer bridge over Big Bay Ditch on Cr 623 (old US 63)
Open to traffic

Big Bayou Slough Bridge (Chicot County, Arkansas)
Built 1938
Steel stringer bridge over Big Bayou Slough on US 165
Open to traffic

Big Bellville Creek Bridge (Sevier County, Arkansas)
Built 1934
Steel stringer bridge over Big Bellville Creek on Us 71
Open to traffic

Big Bottom Slough Bridge (Independence County, Arkansas)
Built 1909 by the Joliet Bridge & Iron Co.
Through truss bridge over Big Bottom Slough on CR 58 (Padgett Island Road), south of Magness
Closed to all traffic

Big Chickalah Creek Bridge (Yell County, Arkansas)
Built 1955
Slab bridge over Big Chicklah Creek on Sh 27
Open to traffic

Big Creek AR 22 Bridge (Sebastian County, Arkansas)
Built 1928 by the Maxwell Construction Co.; widened in 1958
Open-spandrel arch bridge over Big Creek on AR 22
Open to traffic

Big Creek Bridge (Fulton County, Arkansas)
Built 1919; rehabilitated 1938
Steel stringer bridge over Big Creek on SH 223
Open to traffic

Big Creek Bridge (Yell County, Arkansas)
Built 1959
Beam bridge over Big Creek on Sh 28
Open to traffic

Big Creek Bridge (Yell County, Arkansas)
Built 1957
Beam bridge over Big Creek on Sh 27
Open to traffic

Big Creek Bridge (Sharp County, Arkansas)
Built 1934
Girder bridge over Big Creek on AR 58
Open to traffic

Big Creek Bridge (Crittenden County, Arkansas)
Built 1939
Concrete tee beam bridge over Big Creek on Sh 77 (old US 61)
Open to traffic

Big Creek Ditch AR 226 Bridge (Craighead County, Arkansas)
Built 1928 by Bunnell & Mack of Paragould; Replaced 2014
Pony truss bridge over Big Creek Ditch (Bayou Deview) on AR 226
Replaced by a new bridge

Big Creek Ditch AR 349 Bridge (Craighead County, Arkansas)
Built 1971; replaced 2006
Lost pony truss bridge over Big Creek Ditch on AR 349
Replaced by new bridge

Big Fork Creek Bridge (Polk County, Arkansas)
Abandoned concrete culvert bridge over Big Fork Creek on Private Road
Derelict/abandoned

Big Fork Creek CR 67 Bridge (Polk County, Arkansas)
Built 1915
Two-span pony truss bridge over Big Fork Creek on CR 67
Open to one-lane traffic

Big Fork Creek CR 675 Bridge (Polk County, Arkansas)
Built 1915; rehabilitated 1987
Pony truss bridge over Big Fork Creek on CR 675 just off AR 8
Open to one-lane traffic

Big Lunch Creek Bridge (Polk County, Arkansas)
Built 1920
Slab bridge over Big Lunch Creek on CR 1 (old US 71)
Open to traffic

Big Maumelle River Bridge (Perry County, Arkansas)
Built 1954
Steel stringer bridge over Big Maumelle River on Sh 9
Open to traffic

Big Piney Creek Bridge (Johnson County, Arkansas)
Built 1931
Subdivided Warren through truss bridge over Big Piney Creek on AR 123 near Fort Douglas
Open to one-lane traffic with a weight limit

Big Piney Creek Bridge (Johnson County, Arkansas)
Replaced 1964
Lost Through truss bridge over Big Piney Creek on Us 64
Replaced by new bridge

Big Shoal Creek Bridge (Logan County, Arkansas)
Built 1970
Beam bridge over Big Shoal Creek on CR 125
Open to traffic

Big Slough Ditch AR 34 Bridge (Greene County, Arkansas)
Pony truss bridge over Big Slough Ditch on AR 34
Open to traffic

Big Slough Ditch Bridge (Greene County, Arkansas)
Built 1947 by the Pioneer Construction Co. of Malvern, Arkansas
Lost three-span deck truss bridge over Big Slough Ditch on County Road 855 near Brighton
No longer exists

Bigelow Bridge (Perry County, Arkansas)
Built 1909 by the Southwestern Bridge & Iron Co. of Fort Worth, TX
Abandoned swing through truss bridge over Fourche La Fave River on former Spur AR 113 just southwest of Bigelow
Abandoned, with deck and two panels missing

Black Nursery Road Bridge (Washington County, Arkansas)
Built 1923 by the Luten Bridge Co.
Concrete arch bridge over Illinois River on CR 623 (Black Nursery Road) northeast of Prairie Grove
Open to one-lane traffic

Black Rock Bridge (Lawrence County, Arkansas)
Built 1949 by the Massman Construction Co.; replaced 2015
Lost twelve-span deck truss bridge on US 63/US 412 over Black River and AR 25 at Black Rock
Replaced by a new bridge

Black Spice Ditch Bridge (Lawrence County, Arkansas)
Built 1930
Concrete tee beam bridge over Black Spice Ditch on West 1st St.- E (CR 747- Old US 67)
Open to Local Traffic

Blue Mountain Lake Spillway Bridge (Yell County, Arkansas)
Built 1947
Pony truss bridge over Overflow Spillway on Corp of Engineers project road in Waveland
Open to traffic

BNSF - Black Rock Bridge (Lawrence County, Arkansas)
Built 1927
Pony plate-girder bridge over Black River at Black Rock
Open to traffic

BNSF - St Francis River Bridge (Poinsett County, Arkansas)
Deck girder bridge over St Francis River on St Louis San Francisco RR
Open to traffic

BNSF Bridge (Crittenden County, Arkansas)
Built 1921
Steel stringer bridge over Sh 42 (old US 61) on BNSF Rr
Open to traffic

Board Camp Creek Bridge (Polk County, Arkansas)
Built 1915
Pony truss bridge over Board Camp Creek on CR 657
Reopened

Bobby Hopper Tunnel (Washington County, Arkansas)
Built 1998
Tunnel through Boston Mountains on I-49
Open to traffic