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Big Piney Creek Bridge (Johnson County, Arkansas)
Built 1931
Subdivided Warren through truss bridge over Big Piney Creek on AR 123 near Fort Douglas
Open to one-lane traffic with a weight limit

Bird's Nest Bridge (Crawford County, Missouri)
Built 1914 by Miller & Borcherding Bridge Builders of St. Louis
Through truss bridge over Meramec River on Bird's Nest Road north of Steelville
Closed to all traffic and posted against trespassing

Burfordville Covered Bridge 25-16-01 (Cape Girardeau County, Missouri)
Construction started 1858 by Joseph Lansman, but not completed until ca. 1867
Covered bridge over Whitewater River at Bollinger Mill Historic Site in Burfordville
Open to pedestrians only, except during special events

Cedar Creek Bridge (Washington County, Missouri)
Built 1918 by R.L. Miller
Lost two-span through truss bridge over Cedar Creek on CR 540
Replaced by a new bridge

DeWitt Street Bridge (Jefferson County, Missouri)
Built 1925
Lost two-span pony truss bridge over Joachim Creek on DeWitt Street in DeSoto
Replaced by a pedestrian bridge

Dolles Mill Bridge (Bollinger County, Missouri)
Built 1913 at Sedgewickville; relocated here in 1936; replaced 2011
Lost through truss bridge over Whitewater River northwest of Sedgewickville near Bollinger/Dolles Mill
Replaced by a new bridge

Gipsy Bridge (Bollinger County, Missouri)
Built 1911-12 at Greenbrier (?); relocated here in 1927
Lost through truss bridge over Castor River north of Gipsy on CR 736
Demolished in Summer 2002 and replaced with a boring concrete bridge

Glenallen Bridge (Bollinger County, Missouri)
Built in 1908; made obsolete in 1961 by a new concrete bridge on Route ZZ
Two-span pony truss bridge over Little Crooked Creek at Glenallen in Glen Allen
Open to traffic on a paved road with a 3 ton weight limit

Glennonville Bridge (Dunklin County, Missouri)
Built 1922-23 by M.E. Gillioz; substructure reconstructed in 1939
Through truss bridge over St. Francis River on MO 53 near Glennonville
Open to two-lane traffic

Greenville Bridge (Wayne County, Missouri)
Built 1941; Replaced 2011
Through truss bridge over St. Francis River (Lake Wappapello) on US 67 at Old Greenville
Removed and replaced

Holterman Bridge (Osage County, Missouri)
Built 1915 by the Kansas City Bridge Co.
Two-span through truss bridge over Maries River on CR 608 northeast of Westphalia
Open to traffic with a 7 ton weight limit

Indian Ford Bridge (Stoddard County, Missouri)
Formerly a bridge on the Frisco Hoxie Branch railroad built in 1926(?) and later retrofitted for vehicle use when the line was discontinued in 1967
Through truss bridge over St. Francis River between Puxico and Rombauer on Stoddard CR 499
Closed

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

Katy Trail - Lamine River Bridge (Cooper County, Missouri)
Built 1909-10 by the King Bridge Co. of Cleveland, Ohio, replacing an earlier wooden trestle
Through truss bridge over Lamine River on the Katy Trail (Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad)
Open to pedestrians and bicyclists on the Katy Trail

Laflin Bridge (Bollinger County, Missouri)
Built 1908 by Stupp Brothers Bridge & Iron Co.; closed to traffic Dec. 15, 2003; main span demolished Apr. 13, 2005; replacement bridge opened Jan. 2006
Lost through truss bridge over Crooked Creek southwest of Laflin on CR 408, just beyond the end of Route U
Demolished to make way for replacement bridge

Little Zion Bridge (Madison County, Missouri)
Built 1922
Pony truss bridge over a branch of Twelvemile Creek near Zion on CR 417 (Old US 67)
Open to traffic

Main Ditch CR 307 Bridge (Butler County, Missouri)
Built 1915; replaced August 2005
Lost pony truss bridge over Main Ditch (Pike Creek) on CR 307 (Lone Star Road) just south of Poplar Bluff in Poplar Bluff
Replaced by a new bridge

Nachitoch Bluff Bridge (Clark County, Arkansas)
Built 1908 by the Morava Construction Co.; rehabilitated 1980; closed to traffic ca. 1996
Derelict two-span through truss over Little Missouri River, just upstream from I-30
Abandoned, with deck partially missing

North Cut Ditch Bridge (Scott County, Missouri)
Built 1923; rehabilitated 1941
Through truss bridge on MO 77 over North Cut Ditch northwest of Diehlstadt
Open to one-lane traffic

Ozark Mill Bridge (Christian County, Missouri)
Built 1922 by the Pioneer Construction Co.
Two-span through truss bridge over Finley Creek on W. McCracken Street (Old US 65) in Ozark
Open to traffic

Pyrtle Spring Bridge (Reynolds County, Missouri)
Built 1923; made obsolete by a new bridge in 1968
Three-span pony truss bridge over Sinking Creek on Old MO 21
Open to traffic on a paved road with a 12 ton weight limit

River Road Bridge (Greene County, Missouri)
Built 1922-23 by contractor M.E. Gillioz; bypassed by new bridges on US 60 in 1953 and US 65 in 1960
Preserved through truss bridge over James River on River Road (Old US 60/65) in Springfield
Open to pedestrians only as part of a city walking trail, but could still handle vehicular traffic

Riverside Bridge (Christian County, Missouri)
Built 1909 by the Canton Bridge Co. at Ozark Mill and later relocated here; reopened Aug. 23, 2013
Two-span Pratt through truss bridge over Finley Creek on Riverside Drive north of Ozark in Ozark
Closed indefinitely due to flooding. Replacement most likely

Rome Bridge (Douglas County, Missouri)
Built 1913, closed and dismantled 2015
Two-span through truss bridge over Beaver Creek on CR 76-436 at Rome, beyond the end of Route A
Closed due to abutment damage and later dismantled

Shirley Bridge (Van Buren County, Arkansas)
Built 1908 by the Wisconsin Bridge & Iron Co. as a railroad bridge; rehabilitated 1978
Through truss bridge over Middle Fork Little Red River on River Road (CR 125) just outside of Shirley
Open to one-lane traffic

UP - Black River Bridge (Butler County, Missouri)
Built 1903 by the American Bridge Co.
Through truss bridge over Black River on the Poplar Bluff-Dexter line of the Union Pacific Railroad
Open to railroad traffic

UP - Mengo Bridge (Butler County, Missouri)
Built 1906 by the American Bridge Co.
Two-span through truss bridge over Black River on the Union Pacific Railroad, between Poplar Bluff and Hilliard
Still in use

UP - Osage City Bridge (Cole County, Missouri)
Through truss bridge on the Union Pacific Railroad over Osage River at Osage City
Open to traffic

US61 River Aux Vases Bridge (Ste. Genevieve County, Missouri)
Built 1925; replaced July 2004
Lost through truss bridge over River Aux Vases between Ste. Genevieve and St. Mary
Replaced by a new bridge

Walnut Acres Road Bridge (Cole County, Missouri)
Built 1913; relocated 1921; demolished December 2008
Lost through truss bridge over North Moreau Creek on Walnut Acres Road
No longer exists

Wappapello Bridge (Wayne County, Missouri)
Built 1911 by Stupp Brothers Bridge & Iron Co.; replaced 2008
Lost through truss bridge over St. Francis River downstream from Wappapello Dam on CR 517
No longer exists

Westphalia Bridge (Osage County, Missouri)
Main span built 1893 by the Kansas City Bridge Co.; pony trusses added 1902 by the Interstate Bridge Co.
Through truss bridge over Maries River on CR 611 near Westphalia
Open to one-lane traffic

Whitewater Bridge (Cape Girardeau County, Missouri)
Built 1954, replacing an older bridge built ca. 1880 located a short distance to the north
Pony truss bridge over Whitewater River on Route A, just west of Whitewater
Open to traffic

Williamsville Bridge (Wayne County, Missouri)
Built 1912 by the Vincennes Bridge Co.; closed to traffic in Feb. 2006 and demolished Aug. 2006
Lost through truss bridge over Black River on CR 417 south of Williamsville
Demolished August 2006

Zion Bridge (Madison County, Missouri)
Built 1922
Pony truss bridge over Twelvemile Creek at Zion on CR 417 (Old US 67)
Open to traffic