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Gould Farm Bridge (Caldwell County, Missouri)
Built 1885 by the Cleveland Bridge Co.; replaced 1990
Lost through truss bridge over Shoal Creek on Gould Farm Road northeast of Kingston
Replaced by concrete bridge

Governor's Bridge (Prince George's County, Maryland)
Built 1912
Through truss bridge over Patuxent River on Governor Bridge Road in Bowie
Open to one-lane traffic

Grand Avenue Bridge (Cook County, Illinois)
Built 1913; rehabilitated 1974
Bascule bridge over North Branch Chicago River on Grand Avenue in Chicago
Open to traffic

Grand Avenue Viaduct (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
Built 1911; replaced 1993
Lost Open-spandrel arch bridge over North 44th Street, Canadian National Railway, Menomonee River, North 39th Street, Miller Brewing Co on Grand Avenue/Wisconsin Avenue
Replaced by a new bridge

Grand Glaize Bridge (Camden County, Missouri)
Construction started March 1930 and finished January 1931 in conjunction with the creation of Lake of the Ozarks. New parallel bridge (now carrying westbound traffic) completed in 1984; eastbound bridge finished 1995.
Lost deck truss bridge over the Grand Glaize Arm, Lake of the Ozarks, on US 54 between Laguna Beach and Osage Beach
Replaced by a new bridge

Grant Avenue Bridge (Benton County, Washington)
Built 1911; replaced 1986
Lost through truss bridge over Yakima River on Grant Avenue in Prosser
Replaced by new bridge

Grantville Road Bridge (St. Lawrence County, New York)
Built 1886 by the Berlin Iron Bridge Co.; Rehabilitated 1931,1965; Closed 1979
Pin connected Lenticular Warren through truss bridge over Raquette River on Grantville Road
Closed to all traffic

Granville Bridge (Mifflin County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1905 by the Pennsylvania Railroad
Eight-span stone arch bridge over the Juniata River on the Norfolk Southern Railway
Open to traffic

Grave Creek Covered Bridge 37-17-01 (Josephine County, Oregon)
Built 1920; rehabilitated 2001
Covered bridge over Grave Creek on Sunny Valley Loop
Open to traffic

Great Eddy Covered Bridge 45-12-14 (Washington County, Vermont)
Built 1833; Pedestrian walkway added 1940; Rehabilitated 1973, 1989, 1992, 2001, 2015
Covered bridge over Mad River on Bridge street in Waitsfield
Open to traffic

Green Bridge (Polk County, Iowa)
Built 1898; closed to traffic in 1993; rehabilitated 1998 for pedestrian usage
Three-span through truss bridge over Raccoon River on SW 5th Street in Des Moines
To be restored. Project to proceed in 2016 with the bridge to be reopened in late 2016.

Greene Bridge (Butler County, Iowa)
Built 1902-03 by the Clinton Bridge & Iron Works; demolished April 1981
Lost through truss bridge over Shell Rock River on Traer Street in downtown Greene
Replaced by modern bridge

Greenwood Tunnel (Albemarle County, Virginia)
Built 1850-1853
Abandoned tunnel on Blue Ridge Railroad
Derelict/abandoned

Greycliff Bridge (Sweet Grass County, Montana)
Built 1911 by the Security Bridge Co.; relocated here 1918; replaced 1991
Lost two-span through truss bridge over Yellowstone River on CR 001
Replaced by new bridge

Gridley Bridge (DeKalb County, Missouri)
Built 1891-92 by the Dildine Bridge & Construction Co.; rehabilitated 1987; replaced 1994
Lost through truss over Grindstone Creek on Gridley Road, northwest of Cameron
Replaced by a concrete bridge

Grove Road Bridge (Essex County, New York)
Built 1879 by King Iron Bridge & Manufacturing Co.; Bypassed 1987; replaced 1993
Pratt Through truss bridge over East Branch AuSable River on Grove Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Guinea Road Bridge (Fairfield County, Connecticut)
Built 1937
Concrete arch bridge over Merritt Parkway (CT 15) on Guinea Road in Stamford
Open to traffic

Gulf Branch Bridge (Arlington County, Virginia)
Built 1959; rehabilitated 1982
Deck plate girder bridge over Gulf Branch on Gwmp
Open to traffic

Hadley Bow Bridge (Saratoga County, New York)
Built 1885 by the Berlin Iron Bridge Co.; closed 1983; Reconstructed 2006
Pin connected Lenticular half-through truss bridge over Sacandaga River on Old Corinth Road at Hadley
Open to traffic

Haggard's Ford Swinging Bridge (Boone County, Arkansas)
Built 1939-41 by the Works Progress Administration; rehabilitated 1977
Swinging bridge over Bear Creek next to Cottonwood Road
Open to pedestrians only

Half Mound Bridge (Jefferson County, Kansas)
Purchased from a company in Nebraska and erected by Jefferson County in 1935. Replaced by a new bridge in 1983.
Lost Baltimore through truss bridge over Delaware River on Half Mound Road (FAS 1325)
Removed and replaced by new bridge on new alignment

Halls Ferry Arch Bridge (Warren County, Mississippi)
Built 1936-37
Brick arch bridge on Confederate Avenue over Halls Ferry Road in Vicksburg
Open to traffic

Happy Isles Bridge (Mariposa County, California)
Built 1929
Concrete arch bridge over Merced River on Happy Isles Loop. Located near Happy Isles Nature Center and trail to Vernal and Nevada Falls.
Open to traffic

Hardin City Bridge (Hardin County, Iowa)
Built 1879; relocated 1989 to a location one mile from its original location
Relocated through truss bridge northwest of Steamboat Rock
Relocated to a wildlife refuge just off the street. Bridge is derelict but may be relocated to a park or bike trail in the future

Harmony Road Bridge (Frederick County, Maryland)
Built 1918; replaced 2000
Lost Half-hip Pratt pony truss bridge over Little Catoctin Creek on Harmony Road
Replaced by new bridge

Harp Creek Bridge (Newton County, Arkansas)
Built 1928 by the Luten Bridge Co.
Concrete arch over Harp Creek on AR 7 south of Harrison
Open to two-way traffic

Harrison Avenue Bridge (Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1921-22
Open-spandrel arch bridge over Roaring River on PA 6011 (Harrison Avenue) in Scranton
Open to traffic with a 15 ton weight limit

Harrison Road Bridge (Hamilton County, Ohio)
Built 1894
Lost through truss bridge over Great Miami River on Harrison Road (CR 457)
No longer exists

Hartman Road Bridge (Ray County, Missouri)
Built 1893 by John Dildine and Company of Cameron, Missouri; replaced 1993
Lost through truss over Crooked River on Hartman Road just south of Route FF, northeast of Rayville
Replaced by a concrete bridge

Hawk Street Viaduct (Albany County, New York)
Built 1890; Repaired 1925; Closed to everyone but pedestrians 1968; Razed 1970
Cantilevered steel arch bridge over Sheridan Hollow on Hawk Street
Removed

Hell Gate Bridge (Queens County, New York)
Originally the world's longest steel arch bridge until the Bayonne Bridge was opened in 1932
Steel through arch bridge over Hell Gate (East River)
Open to traffic

Hemlock Bridge (Hancock County, Maine)
Built 1924
Brick arch bridge over Maple Spring Brook on Jordan-Sargent Mountain Carriage Road


Henkins Ford Bridge (Caldwell County, Missouri)
Built 1887 by the King Bridge Co.; bypassed by new bridge in 2001
Through truss bridge over Shoal Creek on Catawba Road
Closed to traffic

Hennepin Avenue Steel Arch Bridge (Hennepin County, Minnesota)
Built 1888-91, replacing an earlier suspension bridge. Demolished 1989.
Lost two-span steel arch bridge over the Mississippi River (West Channel) on Hennepin Avenue at Nicollet Island in Minneapolis
Demolished to make room for the current bridge

Hennepin Avenue Suspension Bridge (2nd) (Hennepin County, Minnesota)
Built 1876 by engineer Thomas Griffith; demolished 1890
Lost suspension bridge over the Mississippi River (West Channel) on Hennepin Avenue at Nicollet Island in Minneapolis
Demolished to make room for a steel arch bridge

Henry Ford Bridge (Los Angeles County, California)
Built 1923-24; Replaced 1996
Bridge over Cerritos Channel on Los Angles Harbor Belt Railway
Demolished and replaced.

Henszey's Bridge (Cumberland County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1869 as a two-span bridge at Slatington in Lehigh County; relocated 1900 to Wanamakers; closed to trafic 1987; moved to Central Pennsylvania College in 2002
Relocated bowstring pony truss bridge on a pedestrian walkway at Central Pennsylvania College
Open to pedestrians

Heritage Rail Trail - Pleasant Valley Road Overpass (York County, Pennsylvania)
Built in 1871 by Northern Central Railway, later Pennsylvania Railroad; abandoned to rail service 1972, acquired by county for rail and rail trail
Closed-spandrel brick-and-limestone arch bridge over Pleasant Valley Road (SR 616) on Heritage Rail Trail
Open to bicyclists, horseback, and pedestrians on trail side. The rail is now home to the Steam into History Excursions on the weekends from April to October.

Highway A-7 Bridges Historic District Bridge #2 (Poinsett County, Arkansas)
Built 1922
Girder bridge over Ditch #1 on Old US 63
Closed

Highway A-7 Bridges Historic District Bridge #3 (Poinsett County, Arkansas)
Built 1928
Bridge over Ditch #1 on Old Hwy 63
Closed

Highway A-7, Ditch No. 6 Bridge (Poinsett County, Arkansas)
Built 1922
Pony plate girder on Davis St Extension (old US 63, formerly Ozark Trail)
Open to local traffic

Hootentown Bridge (Stone County, Missouri)
Built 1929, recycling two truss spans from the Galena Wagon Bridge
Lost two-span through truss over James River just beyond the end of Route O
No longer exists

Hopkinton Covered Railroad Bridge 29-07-07 (Merrimack County, New Hampshire)
Built 1889, Washed off abutments and restored 1936 & 1938; Abandoned 1962; Restored 1990
Double Lattice through truss bridge over Contoocook River on former Boston & Maine Railroad
Open to pedestrians

Horner Street Bridge (Cambria County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1916; replaced 1997
Lost concrete through arch bridge over Stoney Creek River on Horner Street
Replaced by new bridge

Hortense Bridge (Chaffee County, Colorado)
Built 1880 by the Denver, South Park & Pacific Railroad; converted to vehicular use ca. 1926; replaced 1990
Lost Queenpost pony truss bridge over Chalk Creek on CR 162 near Mt. Princeton Hot Springs
Replaced by a new bridge

Horton Road Bridge (Lenawee County, Michigan)
Built 1900; Closed 1984; Replaced 1993
Lost Camelback Pony truss bridge over Black Creek on Horton Road in Adrian
Replaced by new bridge

Hot Springs Bridge (Owyhee County, Idaho)
Built 1910 by J.H. Forbes & Co.; replaced 1989
Lost Pratt pony truss bridge over Bruneau River on Hot Springs Road
Replaced by new bridge

Hotchkiss Bridge (Delta County, Colorado)
Built 1911 by the Pueblo Bridge Co.; replaced 1988
Lost through truss bridge over the North Fork Gunnison River on CR 3400 in Hotchkiss
Replaced by modern bridge

Housatonic River Bridge (Fairfield County, Connecticut)
Built 1940; rehabilitated 1988; replaced 2004
Lost Deck plate girder bridge over Housatonic River & PCRR on Route 15
Replaced by a new bridge

Howard Ford Bridge (Christian County, Missouri)
Built 1920-21 by the Pioneer Construction Co. of Kansas City; replaced 1990
Lost through truss over James River on Blue Springs Road (CR 143) northwest of Nixa in Springfield
Replaced by new concrete bridge

Howard Street Kokosing River Bridge (Knox County, Ohio)
Built 1874; One of two spans remained until June 2007
Lost through truss bridge over Kokosing River on Howard Street (old CR 35)
No longer exists

Huffman Bridge (Burke County, North Carolina)
Built ca. 1925 by the Carolina Steel & Iron Co.; replaced 1986
Lost four-span through truss bridge over Catawba River on NC 1501
Replaced by new bridge

Humpback Bridge (Yell County, Arkansas)
Built 1912 by J.C. Wilson
Arch bridge over Harris Creek on CR 52 (Humpback Road)
Open to traffic

Humpback Bridge (Washington, District of Columbia)
Built 1932; rehabilitated 1993
Lost Ribbed closed-spandrel arch bridge over Boundary Channel on George Washington Memorial Parkway
Replaced by new bridge

Hunley Creek Bridge (Dubois County, Indiana)
Built 1939; Replaced 1999
Stringer bridge over Hunley Creek on Sr 64 (E 6th Street)
Open to traffic

Hutsonville Bridge (Crawford County, Illinois)
Built 1939; replaced 1988
Lost self-anchored suspension bridge over Wabash River on IN 154 at Hutsonville
Replaced by modern bridge

I-5 - Interstate Bridge (Northbound) (Multnomah County, Oregon)
Built 1917, Main span modification 1958
Vertical lift bridge over the Columbia River on northbound I-5 between Vancouver and Portland in Portland
Open to traffic

I-90 - Mt. Baker Ridge Tunnel (King County, Washington)
Built 1940 and twinned in 1989
Pair of tunnels under Mt. Baker Ridge on I-90 in Seattle
Open to traffic

IA150 Wapsipinicon River Bridge (Buchanan County, Iowa)
Built 1927 by the Miller-Taylor Construction Co. of Waterloo, Iowa; rehabilitated 1999
Four-span concrete arch bridge over the Wapsipinicon River on IA 150 in Independence
Open to traffic

IA57 Overpass (Hardin County, Iowa)
Built 1932, Removed April 2013
Deck plate girder bridge over Illinois Central Railroad on IA57 / Old US 20 in Ackley
Replaced by a new bridge

Illinois River Arch Bridge (Benton County, Arkansas)
Built 1922 by the Luten Bridge Co.
Closed two-span Luten arch bridge over Illinois River on CR 3 (Chambers Springs Road) east of Siloam Springs, just south of US 412
Closed to traffic

Imboden Bridge (Lawrence County, Arkansas)
Built 1937 by C.F. Lytle of Sioux City, Iowa
Pony and deck truss bridge over Spring River and the Frisco Railroad on US 62 at Imboden
Open to two-lane traffic, with a pedestrian sidewalk

Indian Ford Bridge (Fulton County, Illinois)
Built ca. 1917; replaced 1984. One of the nine bridges submitted to NRHP in "Metal Highway Bridges of Fulton County Thematic Resources", 1980-10-29
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Spoon River on County Highway 20
Replaced by new bridge

Indian Timothy Memorial Bridge (Asotin County, Washington)
Built 1923 by the Colonial Building Co.; bypassed by new bridge in 1974
Bypassed two-span through arch bridge over Alpowa Creek on US 12
Open to pedestrians only

Inselruhe Avenue Bridge (Wayne County, Michigan)
Built 1901; Replaced 1999
Lost Steel stringer bridge over Nashua Canal on Inselruhe Avenue
Replaced by a new bridge

Interurban Road Jowler Creek Bridge (Platte County, Missouri)
Built 1912; replaced 1991
Lost two-span concrete arch bridge over Jowler Creek on Interurban Road
Replaced by new bridge

IR - Illinois River Bridge (Ottawa) (LaSalle County, Illinois)
Built 1898; Lift span added ca. 1932
Through truss bridge over Illinois River on Chicago, Burlington, and Quincy Railroad in Ottawa


Irrigation Canal Bridge (Kootenai County, Idaho)
Built 1930
Concrete deck girder bridge over Irrigation Canal on W 4th Street
Open to traffic

Isaac Lee Patterson Bridge (Curry County, Oregon)
Built 1930
Concrete arch bridge over Rogue River on US 101 in Gold Beach
Open to traffic

Isleton Bridge (Sacramento County, California)
Built 1923; rehabilitated 1953
Bascule bridge over Sacramento River on CA 160
Open to traffic

J. H. Millhollin Memorial Bridge (Coffee County, Georgia)
Built in 1935; Replaced 1987
Lost Warren through truss bridge over Ocmulgee River on US Hwys. 319 and 441 and SR 31 (Blackshear Rd.)
Replaced by new bridge

Jackson Boulevard Bridge (Cook County, Illinois)
Built 1916
Bascule bridge over South Branch Chicago River on Jackson Blvd. (original Rte 66)in Chicago
Open to traffic

Jackson Covered Bridge 14-61-28 (Parke County, Indiana)
Built 1861, rehabilitated 1977 and 2007
Covered bridge over Sugar Creek on CRN50W
Open despite being damaged twice by oversized trucks attempting to cross it.

Jackson Park Lagoon Bridge (Cook County, Illinois)
Built 1895; rehabilitated 1995; north approach span added 2004
Stringer bridge over Jackson Park Lagoon on S. Lake Shore Drive (US 41) and Lakefront Trail in Chicago
Open to traffic

Jacob Conser Bridge (Marion County, Oregon)
Built 1933
Rainbow arch bridge over Santiam River on HWY 164
Open to traffic

Jacobs Creek Bridge (Fayette County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1903 by the York Bridge Co.; replaced 2000
Lost pony truss bridge over Jacobs Creek on Konicki Road (TR 364)
Replaced by new bridge

James Farm Road over Merritt Parkway Bridge (Fairfield County, Connecticut)
Built 1940
Concrete arch bridge over Merritt Parkway (CT 15) on James Farm Road in Stratford
Open to traffic

James River FM 141 Bridge (Greene County, Missouri)
Built 1885 by the Kansas City Bridge & Iron Co.; replaced 1993
Lost through truss bridge over James River on FM 141 in Springfield
Replaced by new bridge

Jefferson Street Bridge (Cole County, Missouri)
Built 1857 by Dr. William A. Davison; widened in 1964 and 1980; replaced 1988
Lost stone arch bridge over East Branch Wears Creek on Jefferson Street in downtown Jefferson City
Replaced by a concrete culvert

Jefferson Street Bridge (Will County, Illinois)
Built 1932-33 by the Mississippi Valley Structural Steel Co.; rehabilitated 1941
Through truss bascule bridge over Des Plaines River on Eastbound US 30 in Joliet
Open to two-lane traffic

Jeffersonville Bridge (Lamoille County, Vermont)
Built 1928 by Bethlehem Steel Co.; replaced 1991
Lost through truss bridge over Lamoille River on VT 15
Replaced by new bridge

Jericho Covered Bridge 20-03-01 / 20-12-01 (Baltimore County, Maryland)
built 1865, queenpost added 1937, stringers added 1982, heavily renovated 2015
Burr arch-truss bridge over Little Gunpowder Falls on Jericho Road
Open to traffic

John Bright No. 1 Iron Bridge (Fairfield County, Ohio)
Originally built ca. 1884 by the Hocking Valley Bridge Works over Poplar Creek on Havenport Road near Carroll.
Wrought-iron through truss bridge relocated to the Ohio University-Lancaster campus in 1999.
Open to pedestrians only

John Bright No. 2 Covered Bridge 35-23-10 (Fairfield County, Ohio)
Originally built 1881 by Augustus Borneman over Poplar Creek on Bish Road near Carroll. Rehabilitated 1913. Relocated 1988.
Covered bridge relocated to the Ohio University-Lancaster campus in Lancaster
Open to pedestrians only

John R Street Bridge (Wayne County, Michigan)
Built 1942; Replaced 1996
Lost Concrete rigid frame bridge over M-8, Davison Freeway on John R Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Johnston Street Bridge (Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1913; rehabilitated 1995
Pony truss bridge over Salt Lick Creek on Johnston Street in New Milford
Open to traffic

Johnstown Bridge (Schenectady County, New York)
Built ca. 1869 over Cayadutta Creek; relocated to Union College in 1979
Bowstring pony truss bridge on pedestrian walkway on the Union College campus
Open to pedestrians

Joliet Bridge (Carbon County, Montana)
Built 1901; replaced 1987, now sits in in a yard adjacent to US212
Through truss bridge originally over Rock Creek on CR 101 at Joliet
Abandoned on dry land in Joliet

Jones Road Bridge (Clinton County, Michigan)
Built 1912; Closed to all traffic 1984; Replaced in 1998 and dismantled
Dismantled Baltimore through truss bridge over Grand River on Jones Road in Eagle Township
Replaced by new bridge and stored for reuse

Jowler Creek Bridge (Platte County, Missouri)
Replaced 1996
Lost two-span concrete arch bridge over Jowler Creek on Interurban Road
Replaced by new bridge

Judsonia Bridge (White County, Arkansas)
Built 1924 by the R. L. Gaster Construction Co. of Little Rock
Through truss bridge with center swing span over Little Red River on CR 66 at Judsonia
Open to traffic

Junction Road Bridge (Preble County, Ohio)
Built ca. 1875, by the Massillon Bridge Co.
Bowstring through truss bridge over Four Mile Creek on Junction Road
Open to traffic

Kalispell Old Steel Bridge (Flathead County, Montana)
Built 1894; replaced 2009
Lost through truss bridge over Flathead River on CR 091 (Holt Stage Road)
Replaced by a new bridge

KCS - Big Black River Bridge (Warren County, Mississippi)
Built 1917
Concrete arch bridge over Big Black River on Kansas City Southern Railway
Open to traffic

KCS - Glasgow Bridge (Howard County, Missouri)
Built 1900
Four-span through truss railroad bridge over the Missouri River on the Kansas City Southern Railway
Open to traffic

Keigley Branch Bridge (Story County, Iowa)
Built 1913 by Koss Construction Co. under the guidance of Conde B. McCullough
Concrete arch bridge over Keigley Branch on 550th Avenue
Open to traffic

Kellams Bridge (Wayne County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1890; rehabilitated 1959
Suspension bridge over Delaware River on SR 1018 (Kellams Bridge Road)
Open to traffic

Keller Memorial Bridge (Morgan County, Alabama)
Built 1925; Rehabilitated 1964 & 1987; Demolished 1998
Lost Open-spandrel arch bridge over Tennessee River on Us 31 *
Replaced by new bridge

Kelleyville Bridge (Sullivan County, New Hampshire)
Built 1933; replaced 1988
Lost Open-spandrel arch bridge over Sugar River, BMRR on Nh 11,Nh103
Replaced by new bridge

Kelly Crossing Bridge (Caldwell County, Texas)
Built ca. 1895 by the Berlin Iron Bridge Co.
Lenticular pony truss bridge over Plum Creek on CR 186 (Old Kelly Road), east of Lockhart
Derelict