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12th Ave-15th Ave Red River Crossing (Clay County, Minnesota)
Built 1963, was the only toll bridge in the Fargo-Moorhead area
Lost Steel stringer bridge over Red River of The North on 12th Ave. (Fargo side) and 15th Ave. (Moorhead side) in Moorhead
Replaced by new bridge

12th Avenue Overpass (Cass County, North Dakota)
Lost Through truss bridge over Railroad on 12th Avenue
Replaced by a new bridge

1st Avenue Bridge (Ward County, North Dakota)
Built 1935
Steel stringer bridge over Mouse River on 1st Avenue N.E. in Minot
Open to pedestrians

1st Avenue North Bridge (Cass County, North Dakota)
Replaced 1937
Lost Through truss bridge over Red River of the North on 1st Avenue North
Replaced by a new bridge

2nd Avenue Bridge (McHenry County, North Dakota)
Built 1921; rehabilitated 1968. Relocated here from North Dakota Highway 41 on the north edge of Velva in the 1960s.
Through truss bridge over Mouse River on 2nd Avenue in Velva
Open to traffic

8th Street Bridge (Ward County, North Dakota)
Built in 1936. Closed to motorized vehicles in 2000
Steel stringer bridge over Mouse River on 8th St. N.W. in Minot
Open to pedestrians

8th Street Pedestrian Bridge (Ward County, North Dakota)
Pratt through truss footbridge over Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway on a pedestrian trail in Minot
Open to pedestrians

Andrews Creek Bridge (Golden Valley County, North Dakota)
Built 1938
Wooden bridge over Andrews Creek on a county highway
Open to traffic

Anne Pedestrian Bridge (Ward County, North Dakota)
Warren through truss footbridge over Mouse River and Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway on a pedestrian trail in Minot
Open to pedestrians

Antelope Creek Bridge (Richland County, North Dakota)
Built 1936
Pony truss bridge over Antelope Creek on a county highway, 4 mi. north and 2 mi. west of Mooreton in Antelope Township
Closed to all traffic

Antelope Creek Bridge (Richland County, North Dakota)
Built 1924
Pony truss bridge over Antelope Creek on a county highway, 3 mi. north and 1 mi. west of Moorton in Antelope Township
Closed to all traffic

Antelope Creek Bridge (Richland County, North Dakota)
Built 1905
Pony truss bridge over Antelope Creek on a county highway, 1 mi. east of Mooreton in Mooreton Township
Closed to all traffic

Antelope Creek Bridge (Richland County, North Dakota)
Built 1920
Pony truss bridge over Antelope Creek on a county highway, 2 mi. south and 3 mi. west of Dwight in Ibsen Township
Open to traffic

Antelope Creek Bridge (Richland County, North Dakota)
Built 1928
Pony truss bridge over Antelope Creek on a county highway, 3 mi. west and 1 mi. south of Dwight in Ibsen Township
Open to traffic

Antelope Creek Bridge (Richland County, North Dakota)
Built 1934
Pony truss bridge over Antelope Creek on a county highway, 1 mi. south and 2 mi. west of Dwight in Ibsen Township
Open to traffic

Antelope Creek Bridge (Richland County, North Dakota)
Built 1924
Pony truss bridge over Antelope Creek on a county highway, 2 mi. north of Dwight in Dwight Township
Open to traffic

Antler Creek Bridge (Bottineau County, North Dakota)
Built 1934
Wooden bridge over Antler Creek on a county road, 2 mi. north of Antler in Antler Township
Open to traffic

Apple Creek Bridge (Burleigh County, North Dakota)
Built 1903; rehabilitated 1965
Pony truss bridge over Apple Creek on a county highway, 1 mi. north and 3 mi. west of Menoken in Gibbs Township
Open to traffic

Approach Drive Bridge (Grand Forks County, North Dakota)
Built 1919; rehabilitated 1985
Wooden bridge over a drain ditch, 3 mi. south and 1 mi. east of Mccanna in Elm Grove Township
Open to traffic

Bank Creek Bridge (McHenry County, North Dakota)
Built 1939
Wooden bridge over Bank Creek on 9th Avenue (9th Ave), 2 mi. west and 9 mi. south of Upham in Gilmore Township
Open to traffic

Beaver Creek Bridge (Golden Valley County, North Dakota)
Built 1910; rehabilitated 1947
Pony truss bridge over Beaver Creek on a county highway, 17 mi. north and 1 mi. east of Beach in Henry Township
Open to traffic

Beaver Creek Bridge (Golden Valley County, North Dakota)
Built 1910; rehabilitated 1932
Pony truss bridge over Beaver Creek on a county road, 20 mi. north and 6 mi. east of Beach in Pearl Township
Open to traffic

Beaver Creek Bridge (Slope County, North Dakota)
Built 1936
Pony truss bridge over Beaver Creek on a county road, 1 mi. west of Marmarth in Bucklin Township
Open to traffic

Beaver Creek Bridge (Steele County, North Dakota)
Built 1940; rehabilitated 2001
Wooden bridge over Beaver Creek on a county highway, 10 mi. east of Sharon in Beaver Creek Township
Open to traffic

Beaver Creek Bridge (Steele County, North Dakota)
Built 1913
Pony truss bridge over Beaver Creek on a county highway, 13 mi. east and 5 mi. north of Finley in Newburgh Township
Open to traffic

Big Muddy Creek Bridge (Morton County, North Dakota)
Built 1916
Pony truss bridge over Big Muddy Creek on a county highway, 5 mi. east and 1 mi. north of Glen Ullin
Open to traffic

Big Muddy Creek Bridge (Morton County, North Dakota)
Built 1940; rehabilitated 2002
Wooden bridge over Big Muddy Creek on a county highway, 1 mi. east of Almont
Open to traffic

Blanchard Drain No. 23 Bridge (Traill County, North Dakota)
Built 1936; rehabilitated 1972
Wooden bridge over Blanchard Drain No. on a county highway, 4 mi. west and 3 mi. north of Blanchard in Blanchard Township
Open to traffic

BNSF - 123rd Street Overpass (Steele County, North Dakota)
Built 1927
Steel stringer bridge over 123rd Street on Railroad
Open to traffic

BNSF - 19th Avenue Overpass (Pierce County, North Dakota)
Built 1925
Beam bridge over 19th Avenue NE on Bn Railroad
Open to traffic

BNSF - 22nd Avenue Overpass (Pierce County, North Dakota)
Built 1925
Beam bridge over 22nd Avenue NE on Bn Railroad
Open to traffic

BNSF - 23rd Avenue Overpass (Pierce County, North Dakota)
Built 1925
Beam bridge over 23rd Avenue NE on Bn Railroad
Open to traffic

BNSF - 28th Avenue Overpass (Pierce County, North Dakota)
Built 1927
Steel stringer bridge over 28th Avenue NE on Bn Railroad
Open to traffic

BNSF - 4th Avenue Overpass (Pierce County, North Dakota)
Built 1934
Steel stringer bridge over 4th Avenue on Bnrr
Open to traffic

BNSF - Des Lacs Reservoir Bridge (Ward County, North Dakota)
Deck plate girder bridge over Des Lacs Reservoir on Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway
Open to traffic

BNSF - Gassman Coulee Trestle (Ward County, North Dakota)
Built 1899, replacing an 1887 wooden trestle bridge that was destroyed by tornado in August 14, 1898.
Steel girder trestle over the Gassman Coulee on the BNSF Railway, west of Minot
Open to traffic

BNSF - Heart River Bridge (Morton County, North Dakota)
Through truss bridge over Heart River on Railroad
Open to traffic

BNSF - Heart River Bridge #2 (Morton County, North Dakota)
Through truss bridge over Heart River on Railroad
Open to traffic

BNSF - High Line Bridge (Barnes County, North Dakota)
Steel trestle built in 1906-1908 for the Northern Pacific Railroad
Steel trestle over Sheyenne River on BNSF Railway
Open to traffic

BNSF - Maple River Bridge (Cass County, North Dakota)
Girder Built 1911, West Approaches Built 1946, East Approaches Built 1954
Pony/through plate girder bridge over Maple River on BNSF Railway
Open to traffic

BNSF - Mayville Bridge (Traill County, North Dakota)
Deck Girder Bridge over Goose River on BNSF Railway
Open to traffic

BNSF - Memorial Park Railroad Bridge (Clay County, Minnesota)
Built 1913 for Great Northern Railroad
Pony/through plate girder bridge over Red River of the North on BNSF Railway
Open to traffic

BNSF - Missouri River High Bridge (Burleigh County, North Dakota)
Built 1905, reusing the piers from an 1882 bridge
Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Missouri River on BNSF Railway
Open to traffic

BNSF - ND14 Overpass (McHenry County, North Dakota)
Built 1950
Steel stringer bridge over ND14 on BN Railroad
Open to traffic

BNSF - Red River Crossing (Cass County, North Dakota)
Pony/through girder bridge over Red River of The North & 3rd Street on BNSF Railway in Moorhead
Currently being replaced

BNSF - Red River of the North Bridge (Polk County, Minnesota)
Swing pier built 1885, approach Through plate girder span built 1918, main Through Plate Girder spans built 1924, east approaches built 1956, west approaches built 2005
Pony/through girder bridge over Red River of the North on BNSF Railway
Open to traffic

BNSF - Red River of the North Bridge (Wilkin County, Minnesota)
Pratt through truss bridge over Red River of the North on BNSF Railway
Open to traffic

BNSF - Sheyenne River Bridge (Griggs County, North Dakota)
Built 1912
Deck plate girder bridge over Sheyenne River on Railroad
Open to traffic

BNSF I-29 Overpass (Walsh County, North Dakota)
Built 1961
Pony/through plate girder bridge over I-29 on Railroad
Open to traffic

BNSF Railroad Bridge (Griggs County, North Dakota)
Built 1924
Wooden bridge over BNSF Railroad on a county highway, 2 mi. east and 1 mi. south of Hannaford in Greenfield Township
Open to traffic

BNSF Railroad Bridge (Wells County, North Dakota)
Built 1930
Wooden bridge over BNSF Railroad on a county highway, 2 mi. north and 11 mi. east of Harvey in Fram Township
Closed to all traffic

BNSF White Earth River Bridge (Mountrail County, North Dakota)
Deck plate girder bridge over White Earth River on Burlington Northern and Santa Fe Railway
Open to traffic

Bois de Sioux River Bridge (Wilkin County, Minnesota)
The bridge was the first built between the two cities of Wahpeton and Breckenridge. It replaced a ferry . From 1910 to 1925 carried the shortest interstate streetcar line in the US.
Lost Bridge over Bois de Soiux River on Minnesota Street in Breckenridge
Replaced by a new bridge

Bone Hill Creek Bridge (LaMoure County, North Dakota)
Built 1916
Truss bridge over Bone Hill Creek on a county highway, 2 mi. west and 1 mi. south of Dickey in Roscoe Township
Open to traffic

Boundary Creek Bridge (Bottineau County, North Dakota)
Built 1939
Wooden bridge over Boundary Creek on a county road, 7 mi. south and 2 mi. west of Roth in Kane Township
Open to traffic

Boundary Creek Bridge (Bottineau County, North Dakota)
Built 1939
Wooden bridge over Boundary Creek on a county road, 4 mi. south and 2 mi. west of Souris in Eidsvold Township
Open to traffic

Boundary Creek Bridge (Bottineau County, North Dakota)
Built 1935
Wooden bridge over Boundary Creek on a county road, 3 mi. east and 4 mi. north of Souris in Haram Township
Open to traffic

Boundary Creek Bridge (Bottineau County, North Dakota)
Built 1936
Wooden bridge over Boundary Creek on a county road, 4 mi. north and 3 mi. west of Carbury in Haram Township
Open to traffic

Boundary Creek Bridge (Bottineau County, North Dakota)
Built 1938
Wooden bridge over Boundary Creek on a county road, 4 mi. north and 1 mi. west of Carbury in Dalen Township
Open to traffic

Branch Elm River Bridge (Traill County, North Dakota)
Built 1936
Wooden bridge over Branch Elm River on a county highway, 1 mi. east and 1 mi. south of Clifford in Norman Township
Open to traffic

Brushy Creek Bridge (Grant County, North Dakota)
Built 1932
Wooden bridge over Brushy Creek on a county highway, 23 mi. south and 2 mi. east of Elgin in Howe Township
Closed to all traffic

Buffalo Coulee Bridge (Traill County, North Dakota)
Built 1920; rehabilitated 1976
Wooden bridge over Buffalo Coulee on a county highway, 4 mi. east and 1 mi. south of Buxton in Stavanger Township
Open to traffic

Buffalo Coulee Bridge (Traill County, North Dakota)
Built 1930; rehabilitated 1973
Wooden bridge over Buffalo Coulee on a county highway, 7 mi. east and 2 mi. north of Buxton in Belmont Township
Open to traffic

Buffalo Creek Bridge (Adams County, North Dakota)
Built 1919
Pony truss bridge over Buffalo Creek on a county road, 7 mi. south and 2 mi. east of Reeder in Lightning Creek Township
Closed to all traffic

Buffalo Creek Bridge (Adams County, North Dakota)
Built 1919
Pony truss bridge over Buffalo Creek on a county road, 9 mi. south and 2 mi. east of Reeder in Lightning Creek Township
Open to traffic

Burgamott Avenue So. Bridge (Walsh County, North Dakota)
Built 1925
Pony truss bridge over Park River on Burgamott Avenue So. in Grafton
Open to traffic

Burlington Northern Railroad Bridge (Barnes County, North Dakota)
Built 1935
Wooden bridge over Burlington Northern Railroad on a county road, 3 mi. west of Valley City in Hobart Township
Closed to all traffic

Burlington Northern Railroad Bridge (Griggs County, North Dakota)
Built 1924
Wooden bridge over Burlington Northern Railroad on a township road, 4 mi. west and 2 mi. north of Hannaford in Helena Township
Open to traffic

Calendonia Bridge (Traill County, North Dakota)
Built 1895; rehabilitated 1965
Through truss bridge over Goose River on a county highway in Caledonia
Closed to all traffic

Cannonball River Bridge (Hettinger County, North Dakota)
Built 1912
Pony truss bridge over Cannonball River on Main Street, 1 mi. south of New England in New England Township
Open to traffic

Cattail Creek Bridge (Emmons County, North Dakota)
Built 1920
Pony truss bridge over Cattail Creek on a county highway, 13 mi. west and 5 mi. south of Strasburg
Open to traffic

Cedar Creek Bridge (Adams County, North Dakota)
Built 1925
Pony truss bridge over Cedar Creek on a county road, 4 mi. west and 15 mi. north of Hettinger in Cedar Township
Open to traffic

Cedar Creek Bridge (Adams County, North Dakota)
Built 1930
Pony truss bridge over Cedar Creek on a county road, 10 mi. north and 9 mi. west of Hettinger in Chandler Township
Open to traffic

Cedar Creek Bridge (Adams County, North Dakota)
Built 1908 by the Twin City Building Co.
Through truss bridge over Cedar Creek on 21st Street, 19 mi. east and 3 mi. north of Hettinger
Closed to all traffic

Center Ave./ Northern Pacific Ave. Bridge (Clay County, Minnesota)
Built 1937; rehabilitated 1987
Steel stringer bridge over Red River & 3rd Street on Center Ave. (Moorhead side) and NP Ave. (Fargo side) in Moorhead
Open to traffic

Chahinkapa Pond/Park Low line crossing (Richland County, North Dakota)
Stone arch bridge over Chahinkapa Pond on Road in Wahpeton
Open to traffic

Chanta Peta Creek Bridge (Adams County, North Dakota)
Built 1908
Pony truss bridge over Chanta Peta Creek on a county highway, 17 mi. north and 2 mi. west of Hettinger in Cedar Township
Closed to all traffic

Chanta Peta Creek Bridge (Morton County, North Dakota)
Built 1919; rehabilitated 1963
Wooden bridge over Chanta Peta Creek on a county highway, 10 mi. east and 1 mi. north of Flasher
Open to traffic

Cherry Creek Bridge (McKenzie County, North Dakota)
Built 1910; rehabilitated 1969
Pony truss bridge over Cherry Creek on a county highway, 7 mi. east and 5 mi. south of Watford City
Open to traffic

Cherry Creek Bridge (McKenzie County, North Dakota)
Built 1959
Concrete tee beam over Cherry Creek on US Hwy 85
Open to traffic

City Park Footbridge (Barnes County, North Dakota)
Warren through truss bridge over Sheyenne River on Park Walkway
Open to pedestrians

City Street Bridge (Bottineau County, North Dakota)
Built 1935
Wooden bridge over Willow Creek on a city street in Willow City
Open to traffic

City Street Bridge (Pembina County, North Dakota)
Built 1907; rehabilitated 1992
Pony truss bridge over Tongue River on a city street in Cavalier
Open to traffic

City Street Bridge (Walsh County, North Dakota)
Built 1913
Pony truss bridge over an unnamed creek on a city street in Adams
Open to traffic

Colton's Crossing Bridge (Ransom County, North Dakota)
Built 1907
Through truss bridge over Sheyenne River on a county highway, 2 mi. east and 3 mi. south of Lisbon in Big Bend Township
Open to traffic

Coulee Bridge (Foster County, North Dakota)
Built 1917
Pony truss bridge over Coulee on a county highway, 2 mi. east and 2 mi. south of Grace City in Larrabee Township
Closed to all traffic

Coulee Bridge (Grand Forks County, North Dakota)
Built 1936
Wooden bridge over Coulee on a county highway, 1 mi. south and 2 mi. west of Thompson in Allendale Township
Open to traffic

Coulee Bridge (Ramsey County, North Dakota)
Built 1925
Wooden bridge over Coulee on a county highway, 6 mi. south and 6 mi. east of Starkweath in Harding Township
Open to traffic

Coulee Bridge (Ramsey County, North Dakota)
Built 1935
Wooden bridge over Coulee on a county highway
Open to traffic

Coulee Bridge (Ramsey County, North Dakota)
Built 1940
Wooden bridge over Coulee on a county highway
Open to traffic

Coulee Bridge (Traill County, North Dakota)
Truss bridge over Coulee on a county highway, 8 mi. east and 3 mi. north of Buxton in Belmont Township
Replaced by culvert

Coulee/Drainage Area Bridge (Bottineau County, North Dakota)
Built 1935
Wooden bridge over Coulee/Drainage Area on a county road, 2 mi. east and 1 mi. south of Newburg in Tacoma Township
Open to traffic

County Drain Bridge (Richland County, North Dakota)
Built 1938
Pony truss bridge over County Drain on a county highway, 3 mi. west and 3 mi. south of Fairmount in LaMars Township
Open to traffic

County Drain Bridge (Richland County, North Dakota)
Built 1924
Pony truss bridge over County Drain on a county highway, 2 mi. west and 3 mi. south of Fairmount in LaMars Township
Open to traffic

County Drain No. 3 Bridge (Richland County, North Dakota)
Built 1938
Wooden bridge over County Drain No. 3 on a county highway, 4 mi. south and 5 mi. west of Fairmont in LaMars Township
Open to traffic

County Drain No. 35 Bridge (Richland County, North Dakota)
Built 1922
Pony truss bridge over County Drain No. 35 on a county highway, 6 mi. south of Fairmount in Fairmount Township
Open to traffic

County Drain No. 65 Bridge (Richland County, North Dakota)
Built 1940
Wooden bridge over County Drain No. 65 on a county highway, 1 mi. east and 3 mi. south of Great Bend in Brandenburg Township
Open to traffic

County Drain No. 65 Bridge (Richland County, North Dakota)
Built 1940
Wooden bridge over County Drain No. 65 on a county highway, 1 mi. east and 5 mi. south of Great Bend in Waldo Township
Open to traffic

County Trail Bridge (Walsh County, North Dakota)
Built 1923
Pony truss bridge over Forest River on a county trail, 14 mi. south of Park River in Eden Township
Open to traffic

County Trail Bridge (Walsh County, North Dakota)
Built 1921
Pony truss bridge over an unnamed creek on a county trail, 7 mi. west and 5 mi. south of Grafton
Open to traffic