US 29

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CSX St. John Street Overpass (Spartanburg County, South Carolina)
Built 1973
Pony/through plate girder bridge over US 29 on Railroad (CSX)
Open to traffic

Little Beaverdam Creek Tributary Arch Bridge (Hart County, Georgia)
Built 1923
Deck arch bridge over Little Beaverdam Cr Trib on Cr 87
Open to traffic

Little Beaverdam Creek Tributary Bridge (Hart County, Georgia)
Built c. 1923
Concrete t-beam bridge over Little Beaverdam Creek Trib on CR 87
Open to traffic

Northwest Branch Bridge (Montgomery County, Maryland)
Built 1920; rehabilitated 1961
Concrete arch bridge over Northwest Branch on US 29 in White Oak
Open to traffic

Old US Hwy 29 Bridge (Spartanburg County, South Carolina)
Abandoned bridge over Halfway Branch on Formerly US 29
Derelict/abandoned

Pacolet River Bridge (Spartanburg County, South Carolina)
Built 1925; rehabilitated 1972
Concrete arch bridge over Pacolet River on US 29
Open to traffic

Pruitt Creek Bridge (Hart County, Georgia)
Built 1923, widened 1931
Concrete tee beam bridge over Pruitt Creek on CR 159/Old US 29
Replaced by a new bridge

Riverbend Road Bridge (Campbell County, Virginia)
Built 1927
Through truss bridge over Otter River on Riverbend Road (Old US 29)
Open to traffic

Staunton River Bridge (Campbell County, Virginia)
Built 1929
Through truss bridge over Staunton River on Business US 29 in Altavista
Open to traffic

US29 Broad River Bridge (Cherokee County, South Carolina)
Built 1932, replaced 2007
Lost four span Pratt through truss bridge over Broad River on US 29
No longer exists

Wil-Cox Bridge (Rowan County, North Carolina)
Built 1922, opened 1924, closed April 8, 2010; transferred to Davidson County ownership 2015.
Concrete deck arch bridge over Yadkin River on US 29 South, US 70 West, and NC 150 West (formerly NC 10: the Central Highway)
open to pedestrians only

Williams Viaduct (Lynchburg, Virginia)
Built 1918 caried US 29
Lost Open-spandrel arch bridge over James River on 5th Street
Replaced by a new bridge