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Air Line Railroad Bridge (Middlesex County, Connecticut)
Built 1872; Destroyed by Steamboat collision 1876; Replaced 1886
Lost Quadrangular lattice through truss bridge over Connecticut River on New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

Air Line State Park Trail - Blackledge River Bridge (New London County, Connecticut)
Built 1907, abandoned 1965, converted to trail use early 2000s
Double-intersection Warren deck truss bridge over Blackledge River on Airline state park Trail S
Open to pedestrians only

Air Line State Park Trail - Judd Brook Bridge (Tolland County, Connecticut)
Abandoned 1965, converted to trail early 2000s
Steel stringer bridge over Judd Brook on Airline State Park Trail - South
Open to pedestrians only

Air Line State Park Trail - Pocotopaug Creek Bridge (Middlesex County, Connecticut)
Converted to trail use 2012
Deck plate girder bridge over Pocotopaug Creek on Airline State Park Trail - South
Open to pedestrians only

Air Line State Park Trail - River Road Overpass (New London County, Connecticut)
Built 1887; abandoned 1965 by New Haven RR Portland-Columbia
Stone arch bridge over River Road on Airline State Park Trail S
Open to pedestrians only

Air Line State Park Trail - Willimantic River Bridge (Windham County, Connecticut)
Abandoned 1965, converted for trail use 2015
Deck plate girder bridge over Willimantic River on Airline South State Park Trail
Open to trail traffic

Amtrak - Bride Brooke Bridge (New London County, Connecticut)
Stone arch bridge over Bride Brook on Amtrak
Open to traffic

Amtrak - East Haven Tunnels (New Haven County, Connecticut)
Tunnel under Russell Street, Grand Ave, and Clifton Street on Amtrak Northeast Corridor
Open to traffic

Amtrak - Farmington River Bridge (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Built 1867
Stone arch bridge over Farmington River & Pleasant Street on Amtrak Springfield Line
Open to traffic

Amtrak - Groton Bridge (New London County, Connecticut)
Built 1919 by the American Bridge Co. as a bascule bridge; draw span replaced by vertical lift in 2008
Vertical-lift through truss bridge over Thames River on Northeast Corridor (Amtrak)
Open to traffic

Amtrak - Hartford Tunnel (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Built 1871
Stone arch bridge over Amtrak Springfield Line on US 44 (Main Street) and Albany Avenue in Hartford
Open to traffic

Amtrak - Indian River Arch Bridge (Middlesex County, Connecticut)
Brick arch bridge over Indian River on Railroad
Open to traffic

Amtrak - Mattabesset River Bridge (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Built 1870
Stone arch bridge over Mattabesset River on Amtrak Springfield Line
Open to traffic

Amtrak - Mystic River Bridge (New London County, Connecticut)
Built 1982
Warren through truss bridge over Mystic River on Amtrak
Open to traffic

Amtrak - Mystic River Bridge (Old) (New London County, Connecticut)
Built 1919, replaced 1984
Through truss bridge over Mystic River on New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad
Superstructure replaced

Amtrak - Niantic River Bridge (New) (New London County, Connecticut)
Built 2013
Pony/through plate girder bridge over Niantic River on Amtrak Railroad
Open to traffic

Amtrak - Niantic River Bridge (Old) (New London County, Connecticut)
Built 1907; Replaced 2012
Pony plate girder over Niantic River on Amtrak
Replaced by a new bridge

Amtrak - North High Street Overpass (Middlesex County, Connecticut)
Concrete stringer bridge over North High Street on Amtrak
Open to traffic

Amtrak - Old Saybrook-Old Lyme Bridge (Middlesex County, Connecticut)
Built 1907
Warren through truss bridge over Connecticut River on (Amtrak, Shore Line East)
Open to traffic

Amtrak - Palisado Avenue Overpass (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Built 1917
Pony/through girder bridge over Route 159 on Amtrak
Open to traffic

Amtrak - Pawcatuck River Bridge #1 (New London County, Connecticut)
Built 1909; moved 100' upriver 1912
Double-intersection Warren deck truss bridge over Pawcatuck River on Amtrak Northeast Corridor
Open to traffic

Amtrak - Shaw's Cove Bridge (New London County, Connecticut)
Built 1984
Through truss bridge over Shaw Cove/Coits Cove on Amtrak
Open to traffic

Amtrak - Shaw's Cove Bridge (Old) (New London County, Connecticut)
Built 1913, replaced 1984
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Shaw Cove/Coits Cove on New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad
Superstructure replaced

Amtrak - Walkway Overpass (Middlesex County, Connecticut)
Slab bridge over Post Office Square Walkway on Amtrak
Open to traffic

Amtrak - Warehouse Point Bridge (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Built 1903
Deck girder bridge over Connecticut River on Amtrak Springfield Line
Open to traffic

Amtrak/NECR Overpass (New London County, Connecticut)
Likely built 1919 in conjunction with neighboring Thames River bridge
Warren through truss with all verticals bridge over New England Central Railroad on Amtrak Northeast Corridor
Open to traffic

Arrawanna Bridge (Middlesex County, Connecticut)
Built 1918
Open-spandrel arch bridge over Coginchaug River on Berlin Street
Intact but closed to all traffic

Arrigoni Bridge (Middlesex County, Connecticut)
Built 1938; rehabilitated 1994
Steel through arch bridge over Connecticut River on CT 66 in Middletown
Open to traffic

Ashland Mill Bridge (New London County, Connecticut)
Built 1886
Lenticular pony truss bridge over Pachaug River on Ashland Mill Access
In storage or disassembled

Atwoodville Road Bridge (Tolland County, Connecticut)
Abandoned probably shortly after completion of Mansfield Hollow Dam in 1952.
Abandoned concrete stringer bridge over Mount Hope River, now Mansfield Hollow Lake on Abandoned section of Atwoodville Road
Derelict/abandoned

Baker Road Bridge (Windham County, Connecticut)
Built 1940; rehabilitated 1987
Wooden bridge over Quaddick Lake on Baker Road in Thompson
Open to traffic

Bank Street Covered Bridge 07-05-13x (New Haven County, Connecticut)
Built 1856; Replaced 1936
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Naugatuck River on Bank Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Barton Brook Bridge (Litchfield County, Connecticut)
Stone arch bridge over Barton Brook on US-44
Open to traffic

Beachside Avenue Bridge (Fairfield County, Connecticut)
Replaced 1989
Lost Warren pony truss bridge over Sasco Brook on Beachside Avenue
Replaced by new bridge

Beardsly Park Bridge (Fairfield County, Connecticut)
Built 1921
Stone arch bridge over Brunnels Pond on Walkway
Open to pedestrians only

Bishop Street - Wilbur Cross Parkway Bridge (New Haven County, Connecticut)
Built 1947; rehabilitated 1988
Concrete rigid frame bridge over CT 15/Wilbur Cross Parkway on CT 22/Bishop Street
Open to traffic

Black Bridge (Litchfield County, Connecticut)
Built 1936 by the Berlin Construction Co.; rehabilitated 1974; replaced 1999
Lost two-span pony truss bridge over West Branch Farmington River on Black Bridge Road
Replaced by new bridge

Blatchley Avenue Overpass (New Haven County, Connecticut)
Replaced 1989
Lost Through truss bridge over Amtrak on Blatchley Avenue
Replaced by a new bridge

Boardman's Bridge (Litchfield County, Connecticut)
Built in 1888 by the Berlin Iron Bridge Company; Bypassed 1985
Lenticular through truss bridge over Housatonic River on Boardman Road (Bypasssed section)
Intact but closed to all traffic

Bolton Notch Tunnel (Tolland County, Connecticut)
Built 1951
Concrete arch bridge over Hop River Trail State Park on US 6 in Bolton
Open to traffic

Branford Trolley Trail - Stony Creek Bridge (New Haven County, Connecticut)
Built 1907
Pratt through truss bridge over Stony Creek on Branford Trolley Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Bridge Street Bridge (Windham County, Connecticut)
Built 1868
Stone arch bridge over Willimantic River on CT 32 (Bridge Street) in Willimantic
Open to traffic

Bridge Street Bridge (Fairfield County, Connecticut)
Built ca. 1893; replaced 1992
Lost pony truss bridge over Metro North Railroad on Bridge Street
Replaced by new bridge

Bridge Street Bridge (OLD) (Fairfield County, Connecticut)
Lost Lenticular through truss bridge over Housatonic River on Bridge Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Bridge Street Lenticular Bridge (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Built 1888; swept away August 19, 1955
Lost Lenticular through truss bridge over Farmington River on Bridge Street / State Route 179
Destroyed by flooding

Bulkeley Bridge (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Built 1908; rehabilitated 1964
Nine-span stone arch bridge over Connecticut River on I-84 in Hartford
Open to traffic

Bulkeley Bridge (Temporary) (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Built 1896; Replaced 1908
Lost Double-intersection Warren through truss bridge over Connecticut River on US-84
Replaced by a new bridge

Bulls Covered Bridge 07-03-01 (Litchfield County, Connecticut)
Built 1842; rehabilitated 1969 and 1994
Covered bridge over Housatonic River on Bulls Bridge Road
Open to traffic

Burr Street over Merritt Parkway Bridge (Fairfield County, Connecticut)
Built 1939; rehabilitated 1994
Concrete rigid frame bridge over Merritt Parkway (CT 15) on Burr Street
Open to traffic

Butts Bridge (Windham County, Connecticut)
Built 1937 by the Fort Pitt Bridge Works; rehabilitated 1988
Through truss bridge over Quinebaug River on CT 668 (Butts Bridge Road) in Canterbury
Open to traffic

Canal Street Bridge (old) (Litchfield County, Connecticut)
Lost Warren pony truss with no verticals bridge over Pequabuck River on Canal Street in the village of Pequabuck.
Replaced by a new bridge

Chapel Street Bridge (New Haven County, Connecticut)
Built 1992
Swing bridge over Mill River on Chapel Street in New Haven
Open to traffic

Chapel Street Swing Bridge (Old) (New Haven County, Connecticut)
Built 1899
Lost Through truss bridge over Mill River on Chapel Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Chase Brass Bridge (New Haven County, Connecticut)
Pratt through truss bridge over Naugatuck River
Intact but closed to all traffic

CNZR - Armory Branch Scantic River Bridge (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Built 1914
Abandoned deck plate girder bridge over Scantic River and Water Street on Central New England Railroad
Track is currently out of service

Collinsville Lenticular Bridge (Hartford County, Connecticut)
BIBCo Lenticular bridge over headrace in ex-Collins Axe Co. millyard.
Replaced by a new bridge

Comstock Covered Bridge 07-04-01 #2 (Middlesex County, Connecticut)
Built 1873, rebuilt 2011
Howe through truss bridge over Salmon River on Bridge Street
Open to pedestrians only

Congress Street Bridge (Fairfield County, Connecticut)
Built 1909; rehabilitated 1937; Closed 1997; Demolished 2010
Bascule bridge over Pequonnock River on Congress Street in Bridgeport
Demolished

Congress Street over Merritt Parkway Bridge (Fairfield County, Connecticut)
Built 1938
Concrete rigid frame bridge over Merritt Parkway (CT 15) on Congress Street
Open to traffic

Connecticut Company - Naugatuck River Bridge (Litchfield County, Connecticut)
Built ca. 1905; removed after 1929 abandonment
Lost Pratt deck truss bridge over Naugatuck River on Waterbury-Thomaston Trolley Line
Removed but not replaced

Connecticut Company - Notch Road Overpass (New Haven County, Connecticut)
Trolley service abandoned 1934
Abandoned closed-spandrel arch bridge over Notch Road on Connecticut Company Waterbury-Cheshire Line
Derelict/abandoned

Connecticut Company - Stafford Springs Bridge (Tolland County, Connecticut)
Built 1908, likely removed 1930s
Lost Double-intersection Warren through truss bridge over Central Vermont Railway & Willimantic River on Connecticut Company
Removed but not replaced

Conrail - Center Street Overpass (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Abandoned pony/through plate girder bridge over Center Street (US 44/US 6) on South Manchester Railroad (abandoned)
Derelict/abandoned

Courtland Avenue Overpass (Fairfield County, Connecticut)
Lost Through truss bridge over Amtrak on Courtland Avenue
Replaced by a new bridge

Coventry Greenway - Moosup River Bridge (Windham County, Connecticut)
Through truss bridge over Moosup River on the Coventry Greenway/Moosup Valley State Park Trail
Open to pedestrians

CSOR - Connecticut River Bridge (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Built ca. 1873 by the Hartford, Providence and Fishkill Railroad
Warren through truss with all verticals bridge over Connecticut River on Connecticut Southern Railroad
Open to traffic

CSOR - Hockanum River Bridge (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Deck plate girder bridge over Hockanum River on Connecticut Southern Railroad
Open to traffic

CSOR - Suffield Street Overpass (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Abandoned deck plate girder bridge over Suffield Street and Little Brook on CSOR Suffield Branch
Derelict/abandoned

CT 16 Salmon River Bridge (Middlesex County, Connecticut)
Built 1932; rehabilitated 1986
Concrete stringer bridge over Salmon River on CT 16/Colchester Avenue
Open to traffic

CT 185-Farmington River Bridge (Old) (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Lost Through truss bridge over Farminton River on CT 185
Replaced by a new bridge

CT 34 - Wilbur Cross Parkway Bridge (New Haven County, Connecticut)
Built 1941; rehabilitated 1988
Concrete arch bridge over CT 15 on CT 34 in Orange
Open to traffic

CT66 Overpass (Windham County, Connecticut)
Built 1937; rehabilitated 1988
Pony truss bridge over Central Vermont Railroad on CT 66 in Windham
Open to traffic

Depot Road Bridge (Tolland County, Connecticut)
Built ca. 1835; replaced 1996
Lost Stone arch bridge over Mill Brook on Depot Road
Replaced by new bridge

Depot Street Bridge (New Haven County, Connecticut)
Built 1935 by the American Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 1987 and 2011
Through truss bridge over Naugatuck River on Depot Street in Beacon Falls
Open to traffic

Depot Street Bridge (Old) (New Haven County, Connecticut)
Built 1892
Lost Lenticular through truss bridge over Naugatuck River on Depot Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Derby-Shelton Bridge (Fairfield County, Connecticut)
Built 1918
Five-span concrete arch bridge over Housatonic River on CT 712 (Bridge Street) in Shelton
Open to traffic

Devils Hopyard Bridge No. 1 (Middlesex County, Connecticut)
Built 1937; rehabilitated 1988
Stone arch bridge over an unnamed brook on CT 434 (Devils Hopyard Road) in East Haddam
Open to traffic

Devils Hopyard Bridge No. 2 (Middlesex County, Connecticut)
Built 1937; rehabilitated 1988
Stone arch bridge over Brook on CT 434 (Devils Hopyard Road) in East Haddam
Open to traffic

Devils Hopyard Bridge No. 3 (Middlesex County, Connecticut)
Built 1937; rehabilitated 1988
Stone arch bridge over Muddy Brook on CT 434 (Devils Hopyard Road) in East Haddam
Open to traffic

Drake Hill Road Bridge (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Built 1892; Bypassed 1988
Parker through truss bridge over Farmington River on Drake Hill Road Bridge (Old Alignment)
Open to pedestrians only

Drinkwater Place Bridge (Fairfield County, Connecticut)
Built 1895; rehabilitated 1994
Pony truss bridge over Metro North Railroad on Drinkwater Place in Greenwich
Open to traffic

Dutchers Bridge (Litchfield County, Connecticut)
Lost Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Housatonic River on US-44
Replaced by a new bridge

East Haddam Bridge (Middlesex County, Connecticut)
Built 1913; rehabilitated 1999
Swing through truss bridge over Connecticut River on CT 82 in East Haddam
Open to traffic

East Rock Road Bridge (New Haven County, Connecticut)
Built 1900; rehabilitated 1984
Steel arch bridge over Mill River on East Rock Road in New Haven
Open to traffic

East Washington Avenue Bridge (Fairfield County, Connecticut)
Built 1916; rehabilitated 1998
Bascule bridge over Pequonnock River on East Washington Avenue in Bridgeport
Open to traffic

Easton Turnpike over Merritt Parkway Bridge (Fairfield County, Connecticut)
Built 1936; rehabilitated 1995
Concrete rigid frame bridge over Merritt Parkway (CT 15) on Easton Turnpike (CT 59)
Open to traffic

Farmington Canal Heritage Trail - CT 4 Overpass (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Built 1928, rehabilitated 1954, converted to trail use 2002-3
Deck plate girder bridge over Farmington Avenue on Farmington Canal Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Farmington Canal Heritage Trail - Farmington River Bridge (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Rebuilt after damage in 1955 floods, abandoned 1991, converted to trail use 2002
Deck plate girder bridge over Farmington River on Farmington Canal Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Farmington Canal Heritage Trail - Lock 12 Bridge (New Haven County, Connecticut)
Built ca. 1846
Stone arch bridge over Farmington Canal on Farmington Canal Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Farmington Canal Heritage Trail - Salmon Brook Bridge (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Built 1950, abandoned 1976, converted to trail use ca. 2009
Deck plate girder bridge over Salmon Brook on Farmington Canal Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Farmington River at Avon CT (Older) (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Lost Through truss bridge over Farmington River
Replaced by a new bridge

Farmington River Trail - Farmington River Bridge (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Built 1904, abandoned 1965
Double-intersection Warren through truss bridge over Farmington River & Millrace on Farmington River Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Farmington River Trail - Unionville Brook Stone Arch (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Stone arch bridge over Unionville Brook on Farmington River Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Ferry Street Bridge (New Haven County, Connecticut)
Built 1940
Bascule bridge over Quinnipiac River on Ferry Street in New Haven
Closed to all traffic

Ferry Street Bridge (New Haven County, Connecticut)
Built 1912 by the Boston Bridge Works; rehabilitated 1992
Through truss bridge over Amtrak Railroad on Ferry Street in New Haven
Open to traffic

Frenchtown Road over Merritt Parkway Bridge (Fairfield County, Connecticut)
Built 1942
Concrete arch bridge over Merritt Parkway (CT 15) on Frenchtown Road in Trumbull
Open to traffic

Frog Bridge (Windham County, Connecticut)
Built 2000
Steel arch bridge over Willimantic River on South Street
Open to traffic

Frost Bridge Road Bridge (old) (Litchfield County, Connecticut)
Built 1922, replaced 1988
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Naugatuck River on Frost Bridge Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Gillette Castle State Park Bridge (Middlesex County, Connecticut)
Pony arch bridge over Pond on Footpath
Open to pedestrians only

Glen Falls Bridge (Windham County, Connecticut)
Built 1886 by the Berlin Iron Bridge Co.
Lenticular through truss bridge over Moosup River on Brunswick Avenue
Open to pedestrians only