US 281

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Branch Canadian River US 281 Bridge (Caddo County, Oklahoma)
Built 1933
Steel stringer bridge over a branch of Canadian River on US 281 (former US 66)
Open to traffic

Brazos River Bridge (Palo Pinto County, Texas)
Built 1939, Closed ca. 2016.
Through truss bridge over Brazos River on US 281
Closed

Colorado River Bridge (Burnet County, Texas)
Built 1936; rehabilitated 1975 Lost 2013
Deck truss bridge over Colorado River on US 281 in Marble Falls
Demolished and replaced by a new bridge. Demolition by implosion, the morning of March 17th 2013.

Great Bend Bridge (Barton County, Kansas)
Built 1910; replaced 1977
Lost bridge over Arkansas River on US 281 at Great Bend
No longer exists

Guadalupe River Bridge (Comal County, Texas)
Built 1935
Parker through truss bridge over Guadalupe River on Southbound US 281 in Canyon Lake
Open to traffic

Red Cloud Bridge (Webster County, Nebraska)
Built 1935
Through truss bridge over Republican River on US 281, 2 mi. south of Red Cloud
Open to traffic

Salt Fork Arkansas River Bridge (Woods County, Oklahoma)
Built 1937, Replaced 2011
Pony truss bridge over Salt Fork Arkansas River on US 281 in Alva
Replaced by a new bridge

Smoky Hill River US 281 Bridge (Russell County, Kansas)
Built 1933
Lost three-span pony truss bridge over Smoky Hill River on US 281
No longer exists

St. Paul Bridge (Howard County, Nebraska)
Built 1917; Replaced 1955
Lost Parker through truss bridge over South Loup River on US 281
Replaced by a new bridge

US 281 Bypass Bridge (Brown County, South Dakota)
Built in 2001 as a bypass with the relocation of US 281 at the US 12 intersection
Warren through truss bridge over BNSF Railroad on US 281
Open to traffic

US281 Overpass (Woods County, Oklahoma)
Steel stringer bridge over ATSF RR on US 281
Open to traffic

William H. Murray Bridge (Canadian County, Oklahoma)
Built 1933
38-span pony truss bridge over South Canadian River on US 281
Open to traffic