There are 2,844 bridges in this category · Only showing 2,421 bridges with photos
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NR-listed

Wrightsman Bridge (Brown County, Indiana)
Built in 1908 by the Pan American Bridge Company of New Castle, Indiana.
Closed through truss bridge over North Fork Salt Creek on Hickory Hill Road
Closed to all traffic

Wurts Street Bridge (Ulster County, New York)
Built 1921; rehabilitated 1974
Suspension bridge over Rondout Creek on Wurts Street in Kingston
Open to traffic

Wyit Sprowls Covered Bridge 38-63-29 (Washington County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1865; Moved to the East Finley Park in 1998
Queenpost through truss bridge over Templeton Fork
Open to pedestrians

Y Covered Bridge 38-19-22x (Columbia County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1887; Destroyed in suspicious fire August 15, 1983
Lost Queenpost through truss bridge over East Branch Fishing Creek on Timber Hollow Road
Destroyed by fire 1983

Yale Bridge (Clark County, Washington)
Built 1932; rehabilitated 1957
Suspension bridge over North Fork Lewis River on WA 503
Open to traffic

Yale Street Bridge (Harris County, Texas)
Built 1931
Concrete tee beam bridge over White Oak Bayou on Yale Street
Open to traffic

Yankton Trail Bridge (Minnehaha County, South Dakota)
Built 1895 by S.M. Hewett
Through truss bridge over Big Sioux River on Old Yankton Road in Sioux Falls
Open to pedestrians only

Yaquina Bay Bridge (Lincoln County, Oregon)
Built 1934
Steel through arch bridge over Yaquina Bay on US 101 in Newport
Open to traffic

Yeakle's Mill Bridge (Franklin County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1888 by the Pittsburgh Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 1949
Pony truss bridge over Little Cove Creek on PA 3026 (Mill Drive)
Replaced by new bridge

Yellow Bank Church Campground Bridge (Lac qui Parle County, Minnesota)
Built 1893 by the King Bridge Company of Cleveland, Ohio; relocated to Dakota County
Thacher through truss bridge over Yellow Bank River on TWP 76
Open to pedestrians

Yellow Creek Bridge (Wayne County, Mississippi)
Built 1910; Bypassed 1983
Abandoned pratt pony truss bridge over Yellow Creek on former Old River Road
Abandoned

Yellow Smoke Park Bridge (Crawford County, Iowa)
Built in Paradise, Iowa in 1945 Relocated to Yellow Smoke Park 1986
Pony truss bridge on Pedestrian Walkway near Denison
Open to pedestrians

Yellow Spring Creek Bridge (Des Moines County, Iowa)
Built 1895; Replaced 2003
Half-hip Pratt pony truss bridge over Yellow Spring Creek on Sperry Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Yellowstone River Bridge (Prairie County, Montana)
Built 1945
Warren through truss bridge over Yellowstone River on Frontage Road 114 in Fallon
Open to traffic

York Haven Road Bridge (York County, Pennsylvania)
Built in 1888 by the Wrought Iron Bridge Company; bypassed in 1984
Bridge over Conewago Creek on Old York Haven Road
Bypassed by a new bridge

York Homeplace Bridge (Fentress County, Tennessee)
Construction began 1939, finished July 4, 1940, with Sgt. Alvin C. York as featured speaker.at dedication
Pratt through truss bridge over Wolf River on U.S. 127 at Pall Mall Community
Open to traffic

Zacke Cox Covered Bridge 14-61-11 (Parke County, Indiana)
Built 1908, rehabilitated 1991 and 2002
Covered bridge over Rock Run Creek on CR500S
Open to one-lane traffic

Zimmerman Covered Bridge 38-54-01 (Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1880; renovated 1996
Covered single-span Burr arch truss bridge over Lower Little Swatara Creek on Covered Bridge Road
Open to traffic

Zinc Swinging Bridge (Boone County, Arkansas)
Built ca. 1927; collapsed June 2014
Swinging footbridge over Sugar Orchard Creek in the town of Zinc
Collapsed

Zoarville Station Bridge (Tuscarawas County, Ohio)
Built in 1868 by Smith,Latrobe,& Co., relocated and restored in 2007.
Fink through truss bridge over Conotton Creek on Old section SR-212
Open to pedestrians

Zumbrota Covered Bridge 23-25-01 (Goodhue County, Minnesota)
Originally built 1869; relocated in 1932, 1970, and finally 1997
Relocated covered bridge over North Fork Zumbro River in Zumbrota
Open to pedestrians only