North Dakota

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113th Avenue Overpass (Barnes County, North Dakota)
Built 1935; Removed 2013
Lost Wooden bridge over Burlington Northern Railroad on 113th Avenue, 3 mi. west of Valley City in Hobart Township
Removed but not replaced; Supports remain

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

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

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

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 but the approaches are not maintained. Only 4WD vehicles can drive the last 1/4 mile to the bridge.

Apple Creek Bridge (Burleigh County, North Dakota)
Pratt pony truss bridge over Apple Creek on Farm Road
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

Blanchard Bridge (Traill County, North Dakota)
Built 1900; Removed 2007
Pratt through truss bridge on old alignment of 5th Street over Elm River
Removed but not replaced; Lally columns remain

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 - Goose River Bridge (Traill County, North Dakota)
Built 1909
Deck plate girder bridge over Goose River on BNSF Railway
Open to traffic

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

BNSF - Hi-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 - Little Missouri River (Slope County, North Dakota)
Deck plate girder bridge over Little Missouri River on Railroad
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 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)
Built 1924, Approaches replaced 2012
Pony/through girder bridge over Red River of The North & 3rd Street on BNSF Railway in Moorhead
Open to traffic

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

BNSF - South Main Avenue Overpass (Stark County, North Dakota)
Built 1937
Steel stringer bridge over South Main Avenue on Railroad
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

Center Avenue 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

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

CP - Red River of the North Bridge (Marshall County, Minnesota)
Built 1912, Approaches Replaced 2011-2013
Warren through truss bridge over Red River of the North on Canadian Pacific Railway
Open to traffic

DeMers Avenue Bridge (Grand Forks County, North Dakota)
Lost Bridge over Red River on DeMers Avenue
Replaced by a new bridge

Dickey Bridge (LaMoure County, North Dakota)
Built 1914; Closed in 1999; Rehabilitated and Re-opened to traffic 2004
Pony truss bridge over James River on 2nd Street
Open to traffic

Drayton Bridge (Kittson County, Minnesota)
Built 1954 replacing a 4 span pin connected Parker through truss bridge with a-frame portal bracings- main span was a vertical lift bridge.
Through truss bridge over Red River of the North on MN 11
Demolished and replaced.

Drayton Lift Bridge (Pembina County, North Dakota)
Built 1911; Removed 1955 when new steel bridge was built north of town
Lost Through truss bridge over Red River on former Almeron Avenue
Replaced by a new bridge

Eastwood Park Bridge (Ward County, North Dakota)
Built 1927 by the Dakota Concrete Company; rehabilitated 1946 and 1977
False arch bridge over Old Mouse River channel on 6th Street in Minot
Open to pedestrians

Enloe Bridge (Wilkin County, Minnesota)
Built 1917. Closed to traffic after flood damaged bridge in 1990. Replaced 1994 with the truss bridge relocated to an area east of Breckinridge
Pratt through truss bridge over Red River of The North on Csah 28
Replaced by new bridge; truss bridge relocated to an area east of Breckinridge

FB&CT Trail - Cartwright Tunnel (McKenzie County, North Dakota)
Built 1912
Tunnel on Trail
Open to pedestrians only

FB&CT Trail - Fairview Lift Bridge (McKenzie County, North Dakota)
Built 1913 for Great Northern RR; was only lifted once, upon completion in 1913; carried both rail and vehicular traffic until 1956; rail traffic ceased in 1986; listed on National Register of Historic Places in 1997.
Parker through truss bridge over Yellowstone River on Trail
Open to pedestrians

First Bismarck Railroad Bridge (Burleigh County, North Dakota)
Built in 1882 under the direction of George Morison; superstructure replaced 1905
Lost through and deck truss bridge over the Missouri River carrying the Northern Pacific Railway in Bismarck
Orginal Whipple truss spans replaced with through Warren truss spans, reusing the original piers

Fort Lincoln Trolley - Heart River Bridge (Morton County, North Dakota)
Built 1898
Through truss bridge over Heart River on Railroad
Open

Four Bears Bridge (Mountrail County, North Dakota)
Built 1954; replaced 2005
Lost cantilevered through and deck truss bridge over Lake Sakakawea (Missouri River) on ND 23 near New Town
Replaced by modern concrete deck girder bridge

Four Bears Bridge (Original) (Mercer County, North Dakota)
Built 1934; Garrison Dam built 1943 and flooded Fort Berthold Indian Reservation to create Lake Sakakawea; Main span moved and installed on the new Four Bear Bridge location 1955
Lost Through truss bridge over Missouri River on ND 8
No longer exists

Green River Bridge (Stark County, North Dakota)
Built 1912, Removed from original location 2013
Pony truss bridge over Green River on a county road, 4 mi. east and 4 mi. north of Dickinson
In storage or disassembled

International Peace Garden Bridge #2 (Rolette County, North Dakota)
Built 1934 by Civilian Conservation Corps
Log stringer bridge over Drainage on Peace Garden Road
Open to traffic

Liberty Memorial Bridge (Burleigh County, North Dakota)
Built 1922; rehabilitated 1991; Demolished 2008
Lost three-span through truss bridge over Missouri River on I-94 Business Loop in Bismarck
Replaced by a new bridge

Lincoln Road Bridge (Burleigh County, North Dakota)
Built 1914
Beam bridge over Apple Creek on Lincoln Road
Open to traffic

Lindenwood Park Bridge (Cass County, North Dakota)
Modern pratt pony truss vertical lift bridge on Walkway
Open to pedestrians only

Long X Bridge (McKenzie County, North Dakota)
Built 1959
Through truss bridge over Little Missouri River on US 85/ ND 200, 16 mi. south of ND 23
Open to traffic

Lost Bridge (Dunn County, North Dakota)
Lost 3 Span Parker Through Truss bridge across the Little Missouri River.
Lost Parker through truss bridge over Little Missouri River on ND 22
Replaced by new bridge

MN-1 Red River of The North Bridge (Marshall County, Minnesota)
Built 1959
Through truss bridge over Red River of The North on MN-1 in Oslo
Open to traffic

Mott Bridge (Hettinger County, North Dakota)
Built 1921; replaced 1982
Lost two-span rainbow arch bridge over North Fork Cannonball River on First Street in Mott
Replaced by new bridge

Northern Pacific Bridge #95 (Polk County, Minnesota)
Built 1917 with a swing span, removed 2000 due to "flooding issues"
Lost Warren through truss swing bridge over Red River of the North on Former Northern Pacific
Removed but not replaced

NP - Cannonball River Bridge (Morton County, North Dakota)
Lost Through truss bridge over Cannonball River on Northern Pacific Railroad
Removed but not replaced; Abutments remain

NP - Heart River Bridge (Morton County, North Dakota)
Washed out in 1948 flood
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Heart River on Northern Pacific Railroad
Destroyed by flooding; replaced

NP Overhead Bridge (Morton County, North Dakota)
Built 1933, Relocated elsewhere in 1990
Warren through truss bridge on bike path, once carried Burlington Northern RR in Mandan


Oak Grove Park Bridge (Cass County, North Dakota)
Built 2014
Modern Warren pony truss vertical lift bridge over Red River on Walkway
Open to pedestrians only

Old Settlers Park Footbridge (Ward County, North Dakota)
Wire suspension bridge over Des Lacs River on pedestrian trail in Burlington
Open to pedestrians

Ost Valle Bridge (Grand Forks County, North Dakota)
Built 1910
Through truss bridge over an Unnamed tributary of Red River on a 8th Avenue NE, 1 mi. north and 6 mi. east of Thompson in Walle Township
Open to traffic

Pacific Avenue Bridge (Billings County, North Dakota)
Built 1942
Steel stringer bridge over Little Missouri River on Pacific Avenue (I-94 Business Loop)
Open to traffic

Park Street Bridge (Morton County, North Dakota)
Built 1916; rehabilitated 1973
Pony truss bridge over Little Knife River on Park Street in Hebron
Open to traffic

Red River Bridge (Grand Forks County, North Dakota)
Lost Bridge over Red River on Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

Red Trail Bridge (Billings County, North Dakota)
Replaced
Lost Through truss bridge over Little Missouri River on Old Highway 10
Replaced by a new bridge

Schilling Bridge (Ward County, North Dakota)
Built 1940
Through truss bridge over Mouse River on 181st Street SE, 2 mi. east of Sawyer in Sawyer Township
Open to traffic

Sheyenne River Bridge (Griggs County, North Dakota)
Built 1912
Through truss bridge over Sheyenne River on a county highway, 1 mi. east and 8 mi. north of Cooperstown in Romness Township
Open to traffic

Silver Bridge (Ward County, North Dakota)
Built 1927
Lost through truss bridge over Mouse River on 156th Avenue, 2 mi. east and 2 mi. north of Foxholm in St. Marys Township
No longer exists

Sorlie Memorial Bridge (Polk County, Minnesota)
Built 1929
Through truss bridge over Red River on Business US 2 in East Grand Forks
Open to traffic

Souris River Bridge (McHenry County, North Dakota)
Built 1902
Through truss bridge over Souris River on Railroad Road, 4 mi. north of Towner
Open to traffic

Souris River Bridge (Bottineau County, North Dakota)
Collapsed on February 19, 1957 from weight of an oil tank truck
Lost Through truss bridge over Souris River on 103rd Street Northwest
Collapsed

Sweet Briar Creek Bridge (Morton County, North Dakota)
Built 1922 by the Fargo Bridge and Iron Co.
Pony truss bridge over Sweet Briar Creek on 45th Avenue, 7 mi. north of New Salem
Open to traffic

Sweet Briar Creek Bridge (Morton County, North Dakota)
Timber stringer bridge over Sweet Briar Creek on 33rd St
Open to traffic but high ground clearance needed to approach the bridge on either side.

US 85 Missouri River Bridge (McKenzie County, North Dakota)
Concrete deck girder bridge over Missouri River on US Hwy 85
Open to traffic

Valley City Foot Bridge (Barnes County, North Dakota)
Wire suspension bridge over Sheyenne River on pedestrian trail
Open to pedestrians

Veterans Memorial Bridge (Clay County, Minnesota)
Built 2003 replacing a steel stringer bridge built in 1937. First structure was a through truss swing span completed in 1890
Steel stringer bridge over Red River of The North & 3rd Street on US Hwy. 10 and Main Ave. in Moorhead
Open to traffic

Victoria Pedestrian Bridge (Ward County, North Dakota)
Built 2004 by Eagle Bridge Inc.
Pratt pony truss pedestrian bridge over Mouse River in Minot
Open to pedestrians

Wahpeton-Breckenridge Interstate Bridge (Wilkin County, Minnesota)
Built 1900
Lost Bridge over Bois de Soiux River on Minnesota Street in Breckenridge
Replaced by a new bridge