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Abandoned EP&SW Arch (Luna County, New Mexico)
Built 1906
Abandoned closed-spandrel arch bridge over Drainage on El Paso & Southwestern Railroad
Derelict/abandoned

Abandoned EP&SW Bridge (Luna County, New Mexico)
Abandoned closed-spandrel arch bridge over Small stream on El Paso & Southwestern Railroad
Derelict/abandoned

Abandoned EP&SW Bridge #2 (Luna County, New Mexico)
Abandoned slab bridge over Wash on El Paso & Southwestern Railroad
Abandoned

Aguas Calientes Bridge (Taos County, New Mexico)
wooden bridge over Rio Grande River
Timber stringer bridge over Rio Grande River on Aguas Calientes Road
Open to traffic

Alameda Street Bridge (Santa Fe County, New Mexico)
Built 1979
Concrete arch bridge over Santa Fe River on Alameda Street in Santa Fe
Open to traffic

Alamosa River Bridge (Sierra County, New Mexico)
Built 1938
Steel stringer bridge over Alamosa River on NM-181
Removed but not replaced

Animas River Aqueduct (San Juan County, New Mexico)
Pratt through truss bridge over Animas River on an aqueduct


Animas River Bridge (San Juan County, New Mexico)
Built 1929
Through truss bridge over Animas River on Business NM 516 in Aztec
Open to traffic

Animas River-Old Cedar Hill Bridge (San Juan County, New Mexico)
Bridge over Animas River
Open to pedestrians

Arroyo Aquaje De Petaca Bridge (Taos County, New Mexico)
Built 1934; bypassed by new bridge in 1994; left in-place by the NM State Highway and Transportation Dept
Pratt pony truss bridge over Arroyo Aquaje De Petaca on former US-64
Open to pedestrians only

B Square Ranch Bridge (San Juan County, New Mexico)
Built ca. 1905; Relocated here in the 1980s
Parker through truss bridge over San Juan River on Ranch Road
Open to private traffic

BNSF - Abo Canyon Bridge (Valencia County, New Mexico)
Deck plate girder bridge over Abo Canyon on Railroad
Open to traffic

BNSF - Arroyo La Manga Bridge (San Miguel County, New Mexico)
Pratt through truss bridge over Tributary of Arroyo la Manga on BNSF Railway
Open

BNSF - Black River Bridge (Abandoned) (Eddy County, New Mexico)
Abandoned Parker Through Truss over Black River on Abandoned Railroad (BNSF)
Derelict/abandoned

BNSF - I-40 Overpass (Cibola County, New Mexico)
Built 1961
Plate girder-and-stringer bridge over I-40 & SR 124 on BNSF Railway
Open to traffic

BNSF - Mora River Bridge (Mora County, New Mexico)
Pratt through truss bridge over Mora River on BNSF Railway
Open to traffic

BNSF - NM 1 Overpass (Socorro County, New Mexico)
Built 1925
Steel stringer bridge over NM-1 on Railroad
Open to traffic

BNSF - NM 72 Overpass (Colfax County, New Mexico)
Built 1940
Steel stringer bridge over SR 72 on BNSF Railway in Raton
Open to traffic

BNSF - NM-97 Overpass (Mora County, New Mexico)
Built 1930
Deck plate girder bridge over Nm-97 on Railroad
Open to traffic

BNSF - Pan American Highway Overpass (Sandoval County, New Mexico)
Built 1928
Deck plate girder bridge over Nm-313 on Railroad
Open to traffic

BNSF - Pecos River Bridge (De Baca County, New Mexico)
Built 1906
Deck plate girder bridge over Pecos River on Railroad (BNSF)
Open to traffic

BNSF - Rio Grande Bridge (Bernalillo County, New Mexico)
Pony/through plate girder bridge over Rio Grande on BNSF Railway & New Mexico Rail Runner Express
Open to traffic

BNSF - Spider Leg Bridge (Santa Fe County, New Mexico)
Built 1908
Deck plate girder bridge over Apache Canyon/Galisteo Creek on Burlington Northern and Santa Fe Railway Company
Open to traffic

BNSF - Stone Arch (Santa Fe County, New Mexico)
Built 1880
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Stream on Railroad
Open to traffic

BNSF - US-84 Overpass (De Baca County, New Mexico)
Built 1938; Rehabilitated 1998
Steel stringer bridge over U.S. 84 on Railroad
Open to traffic

BNSF - Water Plant Access Road Overpass (Santa Fe County, New Mexico)
Steel stringer bridge over Water Plant Access Road on BNSF Railway & New Mexico Rail Runner Express
Open to traffic

Bread Springs Wash Bridge (McKinley County, New Mexico)
Built 1976
Pony truss bridge over Bread Springs Wash on CR 2
Open to traffic

Bread Springs Wash Bridge (McKinley County, New Mexico)
Built 1942; rehabilitated 1992
Pony truss bridge over Bread Springs Wash on CR 10
Open to traffic

Bridge of the Hidalgos (Santa Fe County, New Mexico)
Built 1920 by the Midland Bridge Co.
Rainbow arch bridge over Arroyo De Las Mascaras on Grant Street in Santa Fe
Open to traffic

Bridge Street Bridge (San Miguel County, New Mexico)
Replaced 1906
Lost Through truss bridge over Gallinas Creek on Bridge Street
Replaced by a new bridge

C&TS - Chama River Bridge (Rio Arriba County, New Mexico)
Built 1924
Through truss bridge over Chama River on Railroad
Open to traffic

C&TS - Lobato Trestle (Rio Arriba County, New Mexico)
Deck plate girder bridge over Wolf Creek on Railroad
Open to traffic

C&TS - Mud Tunnel (Rio Arriba County, New Mexico)
Tunnel on Railroad
Open to traffic

C&TS - Rock Tunnel (Rio Arriba County, New Mexico)
Tunnel through Phantom Spire on Railroad
Open to traffic

Canadian River Bridge (Quay County, New Mexico)
Built 1954; rehabilitated 1984
Deck truss bridge over Canadian River on US 54 in Logan
Open to traffic

Canadian River Bridge (Mora County, New Mexico)
Built 1919; Replaced 1959
Lost Through truss bridge over Canadian River on NM-120
Replaced by a new bridge

Canon Del Camino Bridge (Sandoval County, New Mexico)
Built 1975
Deck truss bridge over Canon Del Camino on CR S-35
Open to traffic

Catwalk Trail Suspension Bridge (Catron County, New Mexico)
Built 1930
Suspension bridge over Whitewater Creek on Catwalk Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Chicorico Creek Bridge (Colfax County, New Mexico)
Built 1940
Pony truss bridge over Chicorico Creek on CR A011
Open to traffic

Cimarron River Bridge (Union County, New Mexico)
Built 1936
Steel stringer bridge over Cimarron River on Nm-456
Open to traffic

Cold Spring Canyon Bridge (Grant County, New Mexico)
Built 1908
Pratt through truss bridge over Cold Spring Canyon on CR 170330 (Hot Spring Canyon Rd)
Open to traffic

CR 13 Bridge (McKinley County, New Mexico)
Built 1976
Pony truss bridge over an unnamed Waterway on CR 13 in Twin Lakes
Open to traffic

CR 23 Bridge (McKinley County, New Mexico)
Built 1975
Pony truss bridge over Unnamed Waterway on CR 23
Open to traffic

CR 4 Bridge No. 1 (McKinley County, New Mexico)
Built 1977
Pony truss bridge over Big House Canyon on CR 4
Open to traffic

CR 4 Bridge No. 2 (McKinley County, New Mexico)
Built 1942
Pony truss bridge over an unnamed waterway on CR 4
Open to traffic

CR 4 Bridge No. 3 (McKinley County, New Mexico)
Built 1975
Pony truss bridge over an unnamed waterway on CR 4
Open to traffic

CR 4 Bridge No. 4 (McKinley County, New Mexico)
Built 1980
Pony truss bridge over Unnamed Waterway on CR 4
Open to traffic

Crystal Creek Bridge (San Juan County, New Mexico)
Built 1989
Pony truss bridge over Crystal Creek on BIA N9603
Open to traffic

Death Wash Bridge (McKinley County, New Mexico)
Built 1942; rehabilitated 1992
Pony truss bridge over Death Wash on CR 9 in Yah-ta-hey
Open to traffic

Delgado Street Bridge (Santa Fe County, New Mexico)
Built 1935
Concrete stringer bridge over Santa Fe River on Delgado Street (Fl-5784)
Open to traffic

Deposito Creek Bridge (Harding County, New Mexico)
Built 1940
Pony truss bridge over Deposito Creek on Cnty Rd @ Gallegos
Open to traffic

Don Gaspar Bridge (Santa Fe County, New Mexico)
Built 1934
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Santa Fe River on Don Gaspar Ave
Open to traffic

Drainage Ditch Bridge - CR D53 (Dona Ana County, New Mexico)
Built 1951
Beam bridge over Drainage Ditch on 13-D053
Open to traffic

DRGW - Animas River Bridge (San Juan County, New Mexico)
Built ca. 1905
Abandoned parker through truss bridge over Animas River on an old road or railroad
Abandoned

DRGW - Animas River Bridge (Cedar Hill, N) (San Juan County, New Mexico)
Built ca. 1905
Lost Bridge over Animas River
Removed but not replaced

DRGW - Animas River Bridge (Cedar Hill, S) (San Juan County, New Mexico)
Built ca. 1905
Lost Bridge over Animas River
Removed but not replaced

DRGW - Flora Vista Bridge (San Juan County, New Mexico)
Built ca. 1905; One span relocated in the 1980s
Abandoned parker through truss bridge over Animas River on Abandoned Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad
Abandoned

DRGW - Navajo River Bridge (Rio Arriba County, New Mexico)
Railroad abandoned in the 50's
Abandoned through truss bridge over Navajo River on Former Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad
Derelict/abandoned

Elephant Butte Dam Bridge (Sierra County, New Mexico)
Built 1915
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Rio Grande on Nm52
Closed to all traffic

EP&SW - Anetlope Culvert (Hidalgo County, New Mexico)
Abandoned concrete culvert bridge over Tributary of Animas River on El Paso & Southwestern Railroad
Abandoned

EP&SW - Anetlope Pass Arch (Hidalgo County, New Mexico)
Built 1906
Abandoned closed-spandrel arch bridge over Anetlope Pass on El Paso & Southwestern Railroad
Abandoned

Fiquerdo Wash Bridge (McKinley County, New Mexico)
Built 1976
Truss bridge over Fiquerdo Wash on BIA N9504
Open to traffic

First Street Bridge (Colfax County, New Mexico)
Built 1933
Stone arch bridge over Raton Creek on First Street in Raton
Open to traffic

First Street Overpass (Colfax County, New Mexico)
Built 1940
Steel stringer bridge over SR 72 on 1st Street in Raton
Open to traffic

Five Mile Bridge (San Juan County, New Mexico)
Built 1928 in Blanco over the San Juan River; relocated to current location in 1966
Through truss bridge over Largo Canyon on CR 4450
Open to traffic

Gallinas Creek Bridge (San Miguel County, New Mexico)
Parker pony truss bridge over Gallinas Creek
Open to Pedestrians

Gallinas River Bridge (San Miguel County, New Mexico)
Built 1909
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Gallinas River on Bridge St. in Las Vegas
Open to traffic

Gila River Iron Bridge (Grant County, New Mexico)
Built 1915
Warren through truss bridge over Gila River on Iron Bridge Road
Open to pedestrians only

Glen Woody Bridge (Taos County, New Mexico)
1902 wooden suspension bridge
Wire suspension bridge over Rio Grande on old mining road
Intact but closed to all traffic

Green Bridge (Dona Ana County, New Mexico)
Originally the Pecos River Bridge in Chaves County (1902-1943), then moved to become the Rio Hondo Bridge at Picacho (1944-2007), and now located on the grounds of the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum (2007-present).
Pratt through truss bridge over unnamed Creek on a pedestrian path on the grounds of the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum
Open to pedestrians

Green Street Bridge (Eddy County, New Mexico)
Replaced 1941
Lost Pratt pony truss bridge over Pecos River on Green Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Hatch to Rincon Rio Grande Bridge (Dona Ana County, New Mexico)
Built 1941
Concrete tee beam bridge over Rio Grande on Nm-154
Open to traffic

I-25 Nogal Canyon Bridge (Socorro County, New Mexico)
Built 1968
Parallel deck truss bridges over Nogal Canyon on I-25
Open to traffic

John Dunn Bridge (Taos County, New Mexico)
Built 1935
Through truss bridge over Rio Grande on CR B007
Open to traffic

Kearny's Gap Bridge (Santa Fe County, New Mexico)
Built 1913 by the Missouri Valley Bridge & Iron Co.
Warren pony truss bridge over Arroyo de los Pinos on a pedestrian trail
Open to pedestrians only

La Ventana (Sandoval County, New Mexico)
Built in 1955 by the state for use by ranchers and locals using State Road 43 to cross the Rio Puerco River.
Bridge over Rio Puerco River
Abandoned in place

Largo Drain Bridge (Catron County, New Mexico)
Built 1940
Pony truss bridge over Largo Drain on CR A191
Open to traffic

Leasburg Canal Bridge (Dona Ana County, New Mexico)
Built 1962
Steel stringer bridge over Leasburg Canal on Nm-157
Open to traffic

Los Alamos Canyon Bridge (Los Alamos County, New Mexico)
Built 1951 by the American Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 1992
Steel arch bridge over Los Alamos Canyon Road on NM 501 in Los Alamos
Open to traffic

Mesilla Bridge (Dona Ana County, New Mexico)
Built 1960
Steel stringer bridge over Rio Grande on NM-359
Open to traffic

Mexican Canyon Trestle (Otero County, New Mexico)
Built 1899; abandoned 1948
Large wooden trestle on the former Alamogordo & Sacramento Mountain Railroad near Cloudcroft
Derelict, but scheduled for rehabilitation in 2007-08

Mexican Springs Road Bridge (McKinley County, New Mexico)
Built 1942; rehabilitated 1991
Pony truss bridge over Mexican Springs Wash on Mexican Springs Road in Nakaibito
Open to traffic

Middle Percha Creek Bridge (Sierra County, New Mexico)
Built 1929
Through truss bridge over Middle Percha Creek on NM 152
Open to traffic

Mora River Bridge (Mora County, New Mexico)
Built 1915 with five spans; three spans relocated to current location in 1934
Pony truss bridge over Mora River on NM 97
Open to traffic

Mora River Bridge (Mora County, New Mexico)
Built 1914: replaced 1934
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Mora River on NM-161
Replaced by a new bridge

NM 549 Bridge (Luna County, New Mexico)
Built 1930
Wooden deck bridge over the Union Pacific Railroad on NM 549
Open to traffic

North Mill Arroyo pipeline bridge (Lincoln County, New Mexico)
Pratt through truss bridge over North Mill Arroyo on Pipeline


Nose Rock Wash Bridge (McKinley County, New Mexico)
Built 1977
Pony truss bridge over Nose Rock Wash on CR 43
Open to traffic

Old Alameda Bridge (Bernalillo County, New Mexico)
Built 1955
Concrete tee beam bridge over Rio Grande on Nm-528
Open to pedestrians on a trail

Old NM 65 Gallinas Creek Bridge (San Miguel County, New Mexico)
Abandoned Pratt through truss bridge over Gallinas Creek on former alignment of highway 65 possibly
Derelict/abandoned

Old NM 74 Rio Grande Bridge (Rio Arriba County, New Mexico)
Built 1925; Bypassed in 1997
Pony truss bridge over Rio Grande on an old alignmentI of Irr/Nm-74
Open to pedestrians

Old Pecos River Bridge at Terrero (San Miguel County, New Mexico)
Built by the U.S. Forest Service in 1921. In the late 1920s, the road became NM 63
Howe through truss bridge over Pecos River on former NM 63
Open to pedestrians only

Old Percha Creek Bridge (Sierra County, New Mexico)
Bypassed 1994
Warren deck truss with all verticals bridge over Percha Creek on old alignment of NM-152
Open to pedestrians only

Old Route 66 Arroyo De Las Palomas Bridge (Quay County, New Mexico)
Built 1936
Steel stringer bridge over Arroyo De Las Palomas on Fr-4102
Open to traffic

Old Route 66 Bridge (Cibola County, New Mexico)
Abandoned concrete stringer bridge over Unnamed wash on formerly us 66
Abandoned

Old Route 66 Bridge (Cibola County, New Mexico)
Pony truss bridge over Big Sandy wash on Old US 66
Abandoned

Old Route 66 Bridge (Cibola County, New Mexico)
Abandoned steel stringer bridge over tributary of Rio San Jose on An abandoned section of Old US 66
Abandoned

Old Route 66 Bridge (San Miguel County, New Mexico)
Built 1921
Parker through truss bridge over Pecos River on an old alignment of US 66 (pre 1937 alignment)
Closed to all traffic

Old Route 66 Bridge (Quay County, New Mexico)
Abandoned Oct. 1, 1973 when Interstate-40 bypassed it and Rt. 66
Concrete stringer bridge over Trujillo Creek on the abandoned final alignment of US 66
Closed to all traffic

Old Route 66 Bridge (Quay County, New Mexico)
Built 1931
Timber stringer bridge over Unnamed Waterway on 37-C020 (Old Route 66)
Open to traffic