Arkansas & Missouri Railroad

Reporting mark: AM
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AM - 6th Street Overpass (Crawford County, Arkansas)
Built 1913
Girder bridge over 6th Street on Arkansas-Missouri (formerly Frisco) Railroad in Van Buren
Open to traffic

AM - 7th Street Overpass (Crawford County, Arkansas)
Built 1913
Steel stringer bridge over 7th Street on Arkansas-Missouri (formerly Frisco) Railroad in Van Buren
Open to traffic

AM - Center Street Overpass (Washington County, Arkansas)
Built 1949
Steel stringer bridge over Center Street on Arkansas-Missouri (formerly Frisco) Railroad in Fayetteville
Open to traffic

AM - Clear Creek Bridge #3 (Crawford County, Arkansas)
Deck girder bridge over Clear Creek on Arkansas-Missouri (formerly Frisco) Railroad
Open to traffic

AM - Clear Creek Bridge #4 (Crawford County, Arkansas)
Deck plate girder bridge over Clear Creek on Arkansas-Missouri Railroad
Open to traffic

AM - Fort Smith Bridge (Sebastian County, Arkansas)
Originally built by the St. Louis-San Francisco Railroad, now used by the Arkansas & Missouri Railroad
Vertical-lift through truss bridge over the Arkansas River on the Arkansas & Missouri Railroad between Fort Smith and Van Buren in Van Buren
Open for traffic

AM - Frog Bayou Bridge (Crawford County, Arkansas)
Bridge over Frog Bayou & Lancaster Road on Arkansas Missouri Railroad
Open to traffic

AM - Frog Bayou Bridge (Mountainburg) (Crawford County, Arkansas)
Built in 1898, originally Frisco railroad, now Arkansas and Missouri
Through truss bridge over Frog Bayou on Arkansas and Missouri Railroad in Mountainburg
Open to traffic

AM - Hurricane Creek Bridge (Crawford County, Arkansas)
Built 1956
Deck plate girder bridge over Hurricane Creek on Arkansas-Missouri Railroad
Open to traffic

AM - Little Sugar Creek Bridge (Benton County, Arkansas)
Bridge over Little Sugar Creek on Frisco Railroad, now Arkansas -Missouri Railroad.
Open to traffic

AM - Old Wire Road Overpass (Benton County, Arkansas)
Built ca. 1920
Concrete arch bridge over Old Wire Road (CR 1703) on the Arkansas-Missouri Railroad (fromerly Frisco RR)
Open to railroad traffic above and road traffic below

AM - Seligman Overpass (Barry County, Missouri)
Small stone and brick arch bridge over FM 2295 on the Arkansas-Missouri Railroad at the south end of Seligman
Open to one very narrow lane of traffic

AM - Trestle #1 (Washington County, Arkansas)
Built 1882
Bridge on Arkansas & Missouri (formerly Frisco) Railroad
Open to traffic

AM - Trestle #2 (Washington County, Arkansas)
Built 1882
Bridge on Arkansas & Missouri (formerly Frisco) Railroad
Open to traffic

AM - Trestle #3 (Washington County, Arkansas)
Built 1882
Bridge on Arkansas & Missouri (formerly Frisco) Railroad
Open to traffic

AM - US62 Overpass (Benton County, Arkansas)
Built 1934
Bridge over US 62 on Arkansas-Missouri RR in Gateway
Open to traffic

AM - US71 BUS Overpass (Washington County, Arkansas)
Built 1934
Girder bridge over Business US 71 on Arkansas & Missouri Railroad in Springdale
Open to railroad above, traffic below

AM - West 'Y' Street Overpass (Sebastian County, Arkansas)
Built 1924
Bridge over West 'Y' Street on Arkansas Missouri (formerly Frisco) Railroad in Fort Smith
Open to traffic

AM - West 6th Street Overpass (Washington County, Arkansas)
Built 1935; Replaced by new bridge 1995
Lost Steel stringer bridge over West 6th St (SH 180) on Arkansas-Missouri RR in Fayetteville
Replaced by new bridge

AM - Winslow Tunnel (Washington County, Arkansas)
Built between 1880 and 1882 and enlarged in 1968. At 1735 ft. in elevation it's the highest pass between the Rockies and Appalachians
Tunnel on Arkansas & Missouri (formerly Frisco) Railroad in Winslow
Open to traffic

Frog Bayou Railroad Bridge (Crawford County, Arkansas)
Pony plate girder and wooden trestle bridge over Frog Bayou and AR 282 south of Mountainburg
Open to railroad traffic above and road traffic below

Frog Bayou Railroad Bridge No. 2 (Crawford County, Arkansas)
Bridge over Frog Bayou on Originally Frisco, then Burlington Northern and now Arkansas & Missouri Railroad. This is near the derelict Arkansas 282 road bridge.
Open to traffic

Lafayette Street Bridge (Washington County, Arkansas)
Built 1938 by contractor Ed B. Mooney, Inc.; Refurbished 2016
Art Deco concrete bridge over the Arkansas & Missouri Railroad on Lafayette Street in Fayetteville
Open to traffic

Maple Street Bridge (Washington County, Arkansas)
Built 1936 by Fred Luttjohann of Topeka, Kansas; Refurbished 2016
Open-spandrel arch bridge over the railroad on Maple Street in Fayetteville
Open to traffic