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"Replica" Stone Bridge (Lincoln County, Tennessee)
Bridge built in 2002 in the Stone Bridge Memorial Park in Fayetteville, TN as a memorial to the famous Fayetteville Old Stone Bridge that was lost to flooding in 1969. The bridge uses some of the stones from the original bridge.
Stone arch bridge on a pedestrian walkway at the Stone Bridge Memorial Park in Fayetteville, TN
Open to pedestrians

8th Street Bridge (Sullivan County, Tennessee)
Built 1926
Closed spandrel arch bridge over Beaver Creek on 8th Street in Bristol
Open to traffic

Abandoned SQVR - Overpass (Marion County, Tennessee)
Abandoned 1909
Abandoned closed-spandrel arch bridge over Abandoned Sequatchie Valley Railroad on Abandoned Railroad
Abandoned

Abandoned TSRR - Richland Creek Bridge (Giles County, Tennessee)
Abandoned pratt through truss bridge over Richland Creek on Tennessee Southern Railroad
Derelict/abandoned

Abrams Creek underwater bridge (Blount County, Tennessee)
This bridge has been largely forgotten as it is normally underwater and only viewable when the lake is drawn down
Bridge over Abrams Creek on Old routing of US 129
Inundated - Normally under water unless lake is drawn down

Academy Street Pedestrian Bridge (Davidson County, Tennessee)
Steel arch bridge over I-40 on Pedestrian Path
Open to pedestrians

Allen's Bridge (Greene County, Tennessee)
Covered Bridge destroyed by flood 1901, Iron Truss Bridge demolished 1976
Concrete deck girder bridge over Nolichucky (Nolachucky) River
Open to traffic

American Legion Memorial Bridge (Sullivan County, Tennessee)
Authorized by the Tennessee Valley Authority, in cooperation with the Tennessee Highway Department, built in 1949-50 upon the impoundment of the South Holston Lake.
1 2-span Warren Riveted through truss bridge over Holston River, South Fork on U.S. 421 (State Highway 34)
Open to traffic

Apison Road Bridge (Hamilton County, Tennessee)
Built 1940
Concrete rigid frame bridge over Chestnut Creek on Apison Road in Collegedale
Open to traffic

Asheville Highway French Broad Bridge #1 (Cocke County, Tennessee)
Built 1932, demolished 2010
Lost four-span combination Warren through truss bridge sequence over French Broad River on U.S. 25-70 at Bridgeport (State Highway 9). Scheduled to be replaced by concrete deck bridge being built beside it
Bridge has been demolished, new bridge built beside it.

Aubrey J. Wagner Memorial Bridge (Meigs County, Tennessee)
Bridge over the dam replaced a ferry at this location
Two-lane plate deck girder bridge anchored to Watts Bar Dam, spanning the Tennessee River on State Highway 68. Owned and maintained by the Tennessee Valley Authority
Open to traffic

Austin Peay Bridge (Jackson County, Tennessee)
Built by the Nashville Bridge Company in 1924 and replaced 1994
Lost K-Truss through truss bridge over Cumberland River on Tn 56
Replaced by new bridge

Bachman Tunnels (Hamilton County, Tennessee)
Built 1929
Tunnels under Missonary Ridge on U.S. 41 and U.S. 76 (State Highway 8)
Open to traffic

Backbone Rock (Johnson County, Tennessee)
Cut in 1901, taken over by Park Service.
Tunnel under Backbone Rock on TN 133 between Damascus VA and Shady Valley TN, Tennessee
Open to traffic

Bald River Bridge at Falls (Monroe County, Tennessee)
Built 1933
Concrete stringer bridge over Bald River on FDR 210/River Road
Open to traffic

Baptist Creek Bridge (Maury County, Tennessee)
Built about 1920
Arch bridge over Baptist Creek on NFA A424
Open to traffic

Barren Fork River Bridge (Warren County, Tennessee)
Built 1930; rehabilitated 1971, replaced 2009
Lost Four-span Through Camelback, Subdivided Warren Trusses (PTC) over Barren Fork River on State Highway 286
Replaced by new bridge

Bearden's Mill Bridge (Lincoln County, Tennessee)
Abandoned parker through truss bridge over Elk River on an abandoned section of River Road about 50 yards east of the intersection of River Rd. and William Battle Blvd. in Fayetteville
Abandoned

Bearpen Hollow Bridge (Sevier County, Tennessee)
Built 1937
Arch bridge on Newfound Gap Road (The Great Smoky Mountains Parkway)
Open to traffic

Beaty Branch Bridge (Giles County, Tennessee)
Built 1924
Slab bridge over Beaty Branch on Fap 7
Open to traffic

Beaver Creek Bridge (Knox County, Tennessee)
Built 1894; rehabilitated 1990
Closed spandrel stone arch bridge over Beaver Creek on County Road C199
Open to traffic

Beaver Creek Bridge (Shelby County, Tennessee)
Built 1931
Pony truss bridge over West Beaver Creek on NFA C010
Open to traffic

Beech Log Creek Bridge (Wilson County, Tennessee)
Built 1914; rehabilitated 1986
Two-span arch bridge over Beech Log Creek on Old Statesville Rd (NFA A328)
Open to traffic

Belle Meade Bridge (Davidson County, Tennessee)
Built ca. 1900
Double-intersection Warren pony truss bridge over Richland Creek on the main driveway leading to the Belle Meade Mansion
Open to traffic

Beulah Bridge (Sullivan County, Tennessee)
Current bridge replaced a 3-span Pratt through truss bridge at this location.
Unusual widely skewed concrete deck girder bridge over Fort Patrick Henry Lake (Holston River, South Fork) on Beulah Church Road
Open to traffic

Bible Covered Bridge 42-30-01 (Greene County, Tennessee)
Built 1923; rehabilitated 1972
Covered Queenpost truss bridge over Little Chucky Creek on Denver Bible Lane at Warrensburg Road
Open to pedestrians

Big Creek Bridge (Campbell County, Tennessee)
Built 1921
Arch bridge over Big Creek on U,S, 25W in LaFollette
Open to traffic

Big Creek Bridge (Giles County, Tennessee)
Built 1925 by the Luten Bridge Co.
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Big Creek on Hannah Rd (NFA A057)
Open to traffic

Big Creek Bridge (Shelby County, Tennessee)
Abandoned pony truss bridge over Big Creek (runs off the Loosahatchie River
Abandoned

Big Creek Bridge (Giles County, Tennessee)
Built 1914 by the Luten Bridge Company; Closed to traffic in 1980's
Abandoned closed-spandrel arch bridge over Big Creek on former Old Campbellsville Rd
Abandoned

Big Sandy River Bridge (Carroll County, Tennessee)
Pratt pony truss bridge over Big Sandy River on Old Bruceton Road
Closed to all traffic

Big Sewee Creek Bridge (Meigs County, Tennessee)
Built 1914 by the Champion Bridge Co.
Derelict pin connected Pratt through truss with missing deck over Big Sewee Creek on Fezzell Rd
Derelict with missing deck

Big Soddy Creek Bridge (Hamilton County, Tennessee)
Built 1932
Concrete tee beam bridge over Big Soddy Creek on Dayton Pike
Open to traffic

Big Soddy Creek Overflow Bridge (Hamilton County, Tennessee)
Built 1932
Concrete tee beam bridge over Big Soddy Creek Overflow on Dayton Pike
Open to traffic

Binfield Railroad Overpass (Blount County, Tennessee)
Built 1945
Wooden bridge over CSX Railroad on Binfield Road
Closed to all traffic

Birds Creek Bridge (Sevier County, Tennessee)
Built 1922, widened 1970s
Arch bridge over Birds Creek on Bird's Creek Road
Open to traffic

Birds Creek Downstream Bridge (Sevier County, Tennessee)
Built 1922, widened 1970's
Arch bridge over Birds Creek on Bird's Creek Road
Open to traffic

Black Creek Arch Bridges (Roane County, Tennessee)
All 3 bridges built 1917
3 closed spandrel concrete arch bridges over Black Creek on W. Rockwood Street, W. Wheeler Street and W. Strang Street in Rockwood
All bridges open to traffic

Bledsoe Creek Bridge (Sumner County, Tennessee)
Warren pony truss bridge over Bledsoe Creek on a private driveway
Open to traffic

Blevins Bridge (Carter County, Tennessee)
Built in 1889 in another location, relocated here to replace a flood-damaged Howe truss railroad bridge by the East Tennessee & Western North Carolina Railroad Company on Tweetsie Line, now a county road
Pin-connected Pratt through truss bridge over Doe River on Old Tweetsie Railroad
Open to single-lane traffic

Blythe Ferry (Rhea County, Tennessee)
Built 1808; used on Trail of Tears 1838; Replaced by bridge 1994
Lost Ferry across Tennessee River on Ferry
Replaced by Highway 60 bridge; Historical markers in place

Blythe Ferry Bridge (Meigs County, Tennessee)
Replaced historic Blythe Ferry, on which site is on the National Register of Historic Places
Deck plate girder bridge over Tennessee River (Chickamauga Lake) on State Highway 60
Open to traffic - narrowed to one lane for major rehabilitation

Bob Davis Road Wooden Bridge (Washington County, Tennessee)
Replaced 2009
Lost wooden bridge over former Clinchfield Railroad on Bob Davis Road in Gray
Replaced by a new bridge

Bob Sheehan Memorial Bridge (Davidson County, Tennessee)
Built 1928
Through truss bridge over Stones River on Lebanon Pike (U. S. Highway 70) in Nashville
Open to pedestrian and bicycle traffic

Boiling Fork Creek Bridge (Franklin County, Tennessee)
Built 1936
Concrete tee beam bridge over Boiling Fork Creek on Nfa A460
Open to traffic

Boones Creek Viaduct (Washington County, Tennessee)
Built for the The South and Western Railroad, later the Clinchfield Railroad
Railroad Viaduct that crosses over Boones Creek


Bordeaux Railroad Bridge (Davidson County, Tennessee)
Polygonal Warren through truss with sub-panels bridge over Cumberland River
Open to traffic

Boyd's Bridge (Knox County, Tennessee)
Built 1949
1 3-span Warren riveted continuous through truss bridge over Holston River on Boyd's Bridge Pike (FAU 1124) #47-01124-02.65
Open to traffic

Boyds Creek Bridge (Sevier County, Tennessee)
Built 1898; widened 1920, widened again 1990
Stone Arch bridge over Boyds Creek on State Highway 338
Open to traffic

Branch Bridge (Giles County, Tennessee)
Built 1924; rehabilitated 1938
Concrete tee beam bridge over Branch on Fap 7
Open to traffic

Brewster Bridge (Morgan County, Tennessee)
Built in 1930 to replace the old Brewster Ferry, which served as the western entrance to the Historic Rugby Community; bypassed 1999
Abandoned concrete stringer bridge over Clear Fork River on former TN 52
Closed to all traffic

Bridge over Incline (Hamilton County, Tennessee)
Built 1970
Beam bridge over Lookout Mountain Incline Railway on Lookout Mountain Scenic Hwy. / Tenn. 148
Open to traffic

Broad Street Arch Bridge (Carter County, Tennessee)
Built 1929
Concrete arch bridge over Doe River on US 321, State HIghway 91 in Elizabethton
Open to traffic

Broadway St. Bridge (Davidson County, Tennessee)
Built 1946
Steel stringer bridge over Brdwy /11th Ave S &Csx R on Fau 1 349246r
Open to traffic

Broadway Viaduct (Knox County, Tennessee)
Built 1927
Concrete tee bridge over Norfolk Southern railroad tracks on U.S. 11, U.S. 70, U.S. 441, State Highway 33 in downtown Knoxville
Functionally obsolete, but open to traffic

Brush Creek Bridge (Washington County, Tennessee)
Built 1927
Arch bridge over Brush Creek on NFA B866 in Johnson City
Open to traffic

Buena Vista Ford Bridge (Smith County, Tennessee)
Built 1907, new bridge built 1985, pony truss relocated to Loudon County, Loudon City Legion Park 1986.
Pratt pony truss bridge over Round Lick Creek on McClanahan Road
Now open to bicycle-foot traffic in Loudon, Tennessee

Bugscuffle Road-Garrison Fork Bridge (Bedford County, Tennessee)
Replaced a ford in the creek in 1960
Steel stringer bridge over Garrison Fork Creek on Bugscuffle Road ((NFA A187)
Open to traffic

Burnt Mill Bridge (Scott County, Tennessee)
Built 1920-1921
Abandoned Pratt through truss bridge and a half-hip Pratt pony truss (both pin-connected) with wooden decks over Clear Fork River on Scott County Road 276 (Honey Creek Loop Road)
Closed to traffic

Butler Bridge (Sumner County, Tennessee)
Abandoned pony truss bridge on an old alignment of TN 52 and Butler Bridge Road
Abandoned

Butler Memorial Bridge (Carter County, Tennessee)
Built by the Nashville Bridge Co. for the Tennessee Valley Authority 1946-1948 to replace a 2 span Warren through truss when TVA built the Watauga Dam and raised the level of the Watauga River
Three-span deck truss bridge over Watauga River on State Highway 67
Open to traffic

Byrds Creek Bridge (Cumberland County, Tennessee)
Built 1936, located within the National Register-listed Cumberland Homesteads Historic District
7-span stone arch bridge over dam that impounds Byrds Creek on State Highway 419 in Cumberland Mountain State Park
Open to traffic

Cades Cove Road Bridge over Laurel Creek (Blount County, Tennessee)
Built 1948
Arch bridge over Laurel Creek on Cades Cove Road
Open to traffic

Cades Cove Road Bridge over Laurel Creek at Spence Branch (Blount County, Tennessee)
Built 1948
Arch bridge over Laurel Creek on Cades Cove Road
Open to traffic

Cades Cove Road Bridge over Laurel Creek just below Turnback Branch (Blount County, Tennessee)
Built 1948
Arch bridge over Laurel Creek on Cades Cove Road
Open to traffic

Cades Cove Road Bridge over Middle Prong of the Little River (Blount County, Tennessee)
Built 1948
Arch bridge over Middle Prong Little River at Laurel Creek
Open to traffic

Cades Cove Road Bridge over West Prong of the Little River (Blount County, Tennessee)
Built 1948
Arch bridge over West Prong Little River on Laurel Creek Road
Open to traffic

Calvin J. Ward Bridge (Roane County, Tennessee)
Built 1931
Through truss bridge over Tennessee River on TN 58 in Kingston
Demolished and replaced.

Camp Jordan Bridge (Hamilton County, Tennessee)
Built 1910 by the Converse Bridge Co. as the Suttle Mill Bridge; relocated to Camp Jordan in 2001
Through truss bridge over West Chickamauga Creek on a trail at Camp Jordan Park


Campbell's Levee Bridge (Madison County, Tennessee)
Built 1921, replaced 1992
Lost Warren through truss bridge over S. Fork. Forked Deer River on Westover Rd
Replaced by new bridge

Caney Fork & Western - Barren Fork Bridge (Warren County, Tennessee)
Originally built by the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railroad, later the Louisville & Nashville Railroad, later CSX
Pratt pony truss bridge over Barren Fork River on Caney Fork & Western Railroad in McMinnville
Open to traffic

Caney Fork River Bridge (Smith County, Tennessee)
Built 1904 by chicago bridge co. for two farmers for a toll bridge, sold to county in 1927 for $12,000, abandoned Jan 1973
Through truss bridge over Caney Fork River on former Lebanon-Cookeville Road.
Closed to all traffic

Caney Fork River Bridge (Smith County, Tennessee)
Built 1932; Replaced 2016
Warren through truss bridge with King "A" frames over Caney Fork River on US 70N (SR 24)
Closed

Carmack Road Railroad Bridge (Lauderdale County, Tennessee)
Built 1903
Arch bridge over Carmack Road


Carpenter Ford Bridge (Maury County, Tennessee)
Built in 1904 by the W. T. Young Bridge Company; Bypassed by new bridge in 1962
Abandoned pin-connected Pennsylvania (camelback) through truss bridge over Duck River on Carpenter Bridge Road
Abandoned

Carter's Creek Bridge (Maury County, Tennessee)
Pratt through truss bridge over Carter's Creek on a private driveway (a former roadway)
Open to traffic

Cartwright Railroad Bridge (Sequatchie County, Tennessee)
Abandoned in the mid 1990's
Pratt pony truss bridge over Hicks Creek on abandoned railroad branch line (Sequatchie Valley Railroad)
Abandoned

Caruthersville Bridge (Pemiscot County, Missouri)
Built 1976; rehabilitated 1987
Continuous through truss over the Mississippi River on I-155, southeast of Caruthersville
Open to four lanes of traffic

Catheys Creek Bridge (Maury County, Tennessee)
Built in 1930 for a cost of $3000
Arch bridge over Catheys Creek on NFA A433
Open to traffic

Cedar Creek Bridge (Wilson County, Tennessee)
Built 1927
Arch bridge over Cedar Creek on NFA A499
Open to traffic

Centenary Creek Bridge (Blount County, Tennessee)
Built 1902, widened circa 1970s
Arch bridge over Centenary Creek on NFA A770
Open to traffic

Centerville Bridge (Hickman County, Tennessee)
Built 1913; Bypassed by new bridge 1970; destroyed May 2010
Lost two-span through truss bridge over Duck River at Centerville
Destroyed by flooding in May 2010

CFWR - Rock Island Bridge (Warren County, Tennessee)
Warren deck truss bridge over Caney Fork River on Caney Fork & Western Railroad
Open to traffic

Chable Bridge (Murray County, Georgia)
According to the Murray County Heritage book, it was moved from Conasauga, TN by the CCC (1930's) and reinstalled at this location. Torn down and replaced with new bridge 2002
Lost through truss bridge over Jacks River on Cisco Alaculsy Road
No longer exists

Charles Thompson Bridge (Hickman County, Tennessee)
Built 1951; Replaced 2016
Parker through truss bridge over Duck River on TN 50 near Centerville
Replaced

Cheek's Tavern Bridge (Robertson County, Tennessee)
Built ca. 1841 as part of the Louisville to Nashville Turnpike, a toll road for stage coaches.
Stone arch bridge over Red River on Old US 31, (Dixie Highway/Louisville to Nashville Turnpike)
Open to pedestrians

Cherohala Skyway Big Bridge (Monroe County, Tennessee)
Built 1983
Bridge over Laurel Branch on FAS 165/Cherohala Skyway
Open to traffic

Chestoa Bridge (Unicoi County, Tennessee)
Built 1916, replaced 1989
Lost Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Nolichucky River on Chestoa Pike Rd
Replaced by new bridge

Chicasaw State Park Lake Placid Bridge (Chester County, Tennessee)
Due to be replaced/upgraded
Abandoned timber stringer bridge over Lake Placid on Pedestrian Path
Derelict/abandoned

Chicasaw State Park unamed Creek Bridge (Chester County, Tennessee)
Built 1948
Timber stringer bridge over Unamed trip to Lake Lajoie on Lake Lajoie Rd
Open to traffic

Chickamauga Creek Bridge (Hamilton County, Tennessee)
Built 1929
1 Parker K-panel Camelback, Riveted, through truss span over Chickamauga Creek on SR 17 in Chattanooga
Open to traffic

Chissonís Mill Bridge (Perry County, Tennessee)
Built 1915 by the Vincennes Bridge Co.; Bypassed by a new bridge in 1962
Abandoned camelback through truss bridge over Buffalo River on Jones Hollow Road in Lobelville
Abandoned

Circle P Ranch Covered Bridge 42-95-C (Wilson County, Tennessee)
Built ca. 1900 in Fayetteville, TN. Relocated in 2015 to current location.
Warren pony truss bridge over Stoner Creek on a private driveway
Open to traffic

Clear Creek TN 35 Bridge No. 1 (Cocke County, Tennessee)
Built 1919
Arch bridge over Clear Creek on TN 35 in Parrottsville
Open to traffic

Clear Creek TN 35 Bridge No. 2 (Cocke County, Tennessee)
Built 1918
Arch bridge over Clear Creek on TN 35
Open to traffic

Cliff Lawn Bridge (Davidson County, Tennessee)
Built ca. 1910
Warren pony truss bridge over Richland Creek on a driveway to the former Frances McGavock estate
Intact but closed to all traffic

Clinch Avenue Viaduct (Knox County, Tennessee)
Built 1905 by the Oliver Company using Melan and Thacher Patents designs
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Second Creek, Norfolk Southern Railroad Tracks on Clinch Avenue
Open to traffic

Clinch River Bridge (Anderson County, Tennessee)
Built 1939 by the Bethlehem Steel Co.; rehabilitated 1959
Unique Warren through truss bridge over Clinch River on U.S. 25-W in Clinton
Open to traffic

Clinch River US 70 Bridge (Roane County, Tennessee)
Built 1929-31; demolished 2006
Lost four-span through truss bridge over Clinch River on US 70/TN 1 in Harriman
No longer exists

CN - East Kenwood Avenue Overpass (Tipton County, Tennessee)
Built 1950
Concrete arch bridge under Railroad on East Kenwood Avenue