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Open to pedestrians

Erie Canal Pedestrian Bridge (Monroe County, New York)
Bridge over Erie Canal on Foot traffic
Open to pedestrians only

Erie Canalway Trail - Nowadaga Creek Bridge (Herkimer County, New York)
Pony/through plate girder bridge over Nowadaga Creek on Erie Canalway Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Erie Lackawanna RR -Little Valley Creek (1) (Cattaraugus County, New York)
Bridge over Little Valley Creek on Pat McGee Trail ( Frormer RR)
Open to pedestrians only

Erie Plating Skywalk (Erie County, Pennsylvania)
Bridge over 12th Street on Pedestrian
Open to pedestrians only

Erie-Attica Trail - Genesee River Bridge (Livingston County, New York)
Used on the Erie R.R. (later Erie-Lackawanna R.R.) Avon to Attica Branchline.
Through truss bridge over Genesee River
Open to pedestrians only

Esch's Spur Bridge (Cowley County, Kansas)
Built 1913
Three-span stone arch bridge over Grouse Creek, southwest of Dexter
Open to Pedestrian traffic only

Essenhaus Covered Bridge 14-20-02 (Elkhart County, Indiana)
Built 1993
Multiple Kingpost through truss bridge over Ditch on Pedestrian Pathway
Open to pedestrians only

Estherville Suspension Bridge (Emmet County, Iowa)
Suspension bridge over West Fork Des Moines River on a pedestrian trail in Estherville
Open to pedestrians only

Euchre Bar Footbridge (Placer County, California)
Wire suspension bridge over North Fork American River on Hiking trail
Open to pedestrians

Euclid Avenue Bridge (St. Louis, Missouri)
Built 1951
Girder bridge over the MetroLink on Euclid Avenue in St. Louis
Closed to vehicles. Now open to pedestrians only as part of a recent make-over to Euclid Avenue. It is now part of a pedestrian plaza between Barnes Hospital Drive and Forest Park Parkway.

Euclid Avenue Overpass (St. Louis, Missouri)
Wabash Railroad constructed overhead-grade street bridge for Euclid Ave.
Steel stringer bridge over Wabash Railroad/Metrolink on Euclid Ave.
See link to related bridge

Eugene Covered Bridge 14-83-05 (Vermillion County, Indiana)
Built 1873; closed to vehicle traffic 1974; rehabilitated 1983
Covered bridge over Vermillion River on CR 40W at Eugene
Open to pedestrians only

Euharlee Covered Bridge (Bartow County, Georgia)
Built 1886 by Washington W. King and Jonathan H. Burke; made obsolete by new bridge in 1980
Covered bridge over Euharlee Creek on Covered Bridge Road in Euharlee
Open to pedestrians only

Euless School Bridge (Tarrant County, Texas)
Built 1889, moved 1930, retired to display at School 1975
Pratt through truss bridge
Open to pedestrians

Eureka Bridge (Winneshiek County, Iowa)
Built 1872; Relocated to City Park, Castalia, Iowa 1995
Bowstring pony truss bridge over land, it is displayed on flat ground in Castalia
Open to pedestrians

Fabyan Villa East Channel Bridge (Kane County, Illinois)
Double-intersection Warren pony truss bridge over Fox RIver on Forest Preserve Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Fair Oaks Bridge (Sacramento County, California)
Built 1907-09 by the Western Bridge and Construction Co.; closed to traffic 1967; rehabilitated for pedestrians in 1973
Pennsylvania through truss bridge over American River on Bridge Street
Open to pedestrians

Fairground Park East Bridge (St. Louis, Missouri)
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Fairground Park Community Lake on Footpath
Open to pedestrians only

Fairmount Park Transit Company Ribbed Skew Arch Bridge #704 (Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania)
Brick ribbed skew arch bridge over dismantled trolley track
Open to pedestrians only

Fairy Falls Bridge (Teton County, Wyoming)
Built in 1911 by the Corps of Engineers over the Gibbon River and relocated here in 1925.
Pratt pony truss bridge over Firehole River on Fairy Falls Trail (an old alignment of US 89/20)
Open to pedestrians only

Falkner Road Stone Arch (Miami County, Ohio)
Stone arch bridge over Branch of the Stillwater River on Old alignment of Falkner Road just East of Falkner Road Bridge
Open to pedestrians

Fall Creek Bridge (Adams County, Illinois)
Completed October 8, 1855, by Joseph C. Elliott. Made obsolete by new bridge in 1949.
Stone arch bridge over Fall Creek just north of 223rd Lane (Payson Lane)
Open to pedestrians only

Fall Creek Falls Suspension Bridge (Van Buren County, Tennessee)
Wire suspension bridge over Cane Creek on Pedestrian Path
Open to pedestrians only

Fall Creek Suspension Bridge (Tompkins County, New York)
Wire suspension bridge over Fall Creek
Open to pedestrians only

Fallen Tree Footbridge (Prince George's County, Maryland)
Built 1937
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Unnamed Creek on Pedestrian Walkway
Open to pedestrians only

Falling Rock Camp Iron Bridge (Licking County, Ohio)
Built ca. 1872; relocated 1927 and 1931
Iron pony truss bridge over Rocky Fork at Falling Rock Boy Scout Camp
Has been moved and restored in the camp.

Fallingwater Driveway Bridge (Fayette County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1935
Concrete stringer bridge over Bear Run on Fallingwater Driveway
Open to pedestrians only

Falls Creek Trail Bridge (Skamania County, Washington)
Wire suspension bridge over Falls Creek on Trail #152A
Open to pedestrians only

Falls Island Bridge (St. Lawrence County, New York)
Built 1870 by the King Bridge Co.; Rehabilitated for pedestrian use 2007
Bowstring pony truss bridge over Grasse River on the Grasse River Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

Falls Island Sluiceway Bridge (St. Lawrence County, New York)
Built circa 1900; Rehabilitated for pedestrian use 2007
Beam bridge over Abandonded Sluice on Pedestrian Path
Open to pedestrians only

Falls Trail Bridge (Wichita County, Texas)
Warren through truss bridge over Unnamed Stream on Falls Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Fancher Bridge (Clark County, Illinois)
Originally built in Shelby county, IL over Richland creek near Fancher, moved in 1983 to Clark county, IL
Pony truss bridge in the Cumberland Road rest stop, near Marshall
Open to pedestrians

Farmer's Golf and Health Club Bridge (Redwood County, Minnesota)
Howe pony truss bridge over Cottonwood River on golf course trail
Open to pedestrians

Farmington Canal Heritage Trail - Connolly Parkway Overpass (New Haven County, Connecticut)
Deck plate girder bridge over Connolly Parkway on Farmington Canal Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Farmington Canal Heritage Trail - CT 4 Overpass (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Built 1928, rehabilitated 1954, converted to trail use 2002-3
Deck plate girder bridge over Farmington Avenue on Farmington Canal Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Farmington Canal Heritage Trail - Dixwell Avenue Overpass (New Haven County, Connecticut)
Built 1928
Pony/through plate girder bridge over Dixwell Avenue on Farmington Canal Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Farmington Canal Heritage Trail - Farmington River Bridge (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Rebuilt after damage in 1955 floods, abandoned 1991, converted to trail use 2002
Deck plate girder bridge over Farmington River on Farmington Canal Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Farmington Canal Heritage Trail - Hamden Stone Arch (New Haven County, Connecticut)
Stone arch bridge on Farmington Canal Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians only; partially filled in

Farmington Canal Heritage Trail - Lock 12 Bridge (New Haven County, Connecticut)
Built ca. 1846
Stone arch bridge over Farmington Canal on Farmington Canal Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Farmington Canal Heritage Trail - Mill River Tributary Arch (New Haven County, Connecticut)
Stone arch bridge over Tributary of the Mill River on Farmington Canal Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Farmington Canal Heritage Trail - Nod Brook Culvert (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Built circa 1878
Stone culvert bridge over Nod Brook on Farmington Canal Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Farmington Canal Heritage Trail - Rosewood Road Arch Bridge (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Built circa 1878
Stone arch bridge over dirt road on Farmington Canal Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Farmington Canal Heritage Trail - Salmon Brook Bridge (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Built 1950, abandoned 1976, converted to trail use ca. 2009
Deck plate girder bridge over Salmon Brook on Farmington Canal Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Farmington Canal Heritage Trail - Scott Swamp Brook Culvert (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Abandoned 1991; converted to trail use 2017
Abandoned stone culvert bridge over Scott Swamp Brook on Farmington Canal Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians and bicycles

Farmington Canal Heritage Trail - Shepard Brook Arch (South) (New Haven County, Connecticut)
Stone arch bridge over Shepard Brook on Farmington Canal Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Farmington Canal Heritage Trail - Shepard Brook Bridge (Middle) (New Haven County, Connecticut)
Stone arch bridge over Shepard Brook on Farmington Canal Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Farmington Canal Heritage Trail - Shepard Brook Bridge (North) (New Haven County, Connecticut)
Stone arch bridge over Shepard Brook on Farmington Canal Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Farmington Canal Heritage Trail - Shepard Brook Tributary Arch (New Haven County, Connecticut)
Stone arch bridge over Tributary of Shepard Brook on Farmington Canal Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Farmington Canal Heritage Trail - Thompson Brook Arch (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Closed spandrel concrete arch bridge over Thompson Brook on Farmington Canal Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Farmington River Trail - Farmington River Bridge (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Built 1904, abandoned 1965
Double-intersection Warren through truss bridge over Farmington River & Millrace on Farmington River Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Farmington River Trail - Unionville Brook Stone Arch (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Stone arch bridge over Unionville Brook on Farmington River Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Fasick Bridge (Lebanon County, Pennsylvania)
Cable-stayed bridge over PA SR 934 on pedestrian path
Open to bicyclists & pedestrians

Fassnight Park Bridge #1 (Greene County, Missouri)
Built by foreman Godfrey Messerli
Pedestrian bridge over Fassnight Creek inside Fassnight Park in Springfield
Open to pedestrians

Fassnight Park Bridge #2 (Greene County, Missouri)
Built by foreman Godfrey Messerli
Pedestrian bridge over Fassnight Creek in Fassnight Park in Springfield
Open to pedestrians

Fassnight Park Bridge #3 (Greene County, Missouri)
Built by foreman Godfrey Messerli
Pedestrian bridge over Fassnight Creek in Fassnight Park in Springfield
Open to pedestrians

Faurot Park Bridge (Allen County, Ohio)
Stone arch bridge over Pond on Walkway
Open to pedestrians only

Faust Street Bridge (Comal County, Texas)
Built 1887 by the King Bridge Co.; made obsolete by new bridge in 1932; rehabilitated 1998
Through truss bridge over Guadalupe River on Faust Street in New Braunfels
Open to pedestrians only

Fay's Crossing Bridge (Pueblo County, Colorado)
Built 1905 near El Moro, Colorado, moved here in 1995
Through truss bridge over Santa Fe Avenue on a pedestrian trail in Pueblo
Open to pedestrians only

FB&CT Trail - Cartwright Tunnel (McKenzie County, North Dakota)
Built 1912
Tunnel on Trail
Open to pedestrians only

FB&CT Trail - Fairview Lift Bridge (McKenzie County, North Dakota)
Built 1913 for Great Northern RR; was only lifted once, upon completion in 1913; carried both rail and vehicular traffic between 1926 & 1956; rail traffic ceased in 1986; listed on National Register of Historic Places in 1997.
Parker through truss bridge over Yellowstone River on Trail
Open to pedestrians

Feedwire Road Covered Bridge 35-57-03 (Montgomery County, Ohio)
Originally built in Greene County, OH and later moved to park.
Warren through truss bridge over Old canal bed on Trail in Dayton
Open to pedestrians

Felten's Mill Covered Bridge 38-05-03 (Bedford County, Pennsylvania)
Built in 1892 by W.S. Mullins;bypassed ?
Burr arch-truss bridge over Brush Creek on Formerly East Mattie Rd. SR 2029
Open to pedestrians only

Felton Covered Bridge 05-44-02 (Santa Cruz County, California)
Built 1893, retired from use 1937, Restored 1987.
Bridge over San Lorenzo River on Pedestrian path
Open to pedestrians

Fern Dell Creek Footbridge (Los Angeles County, California)
Built 1921; rehabilitated 1927
Wooden POC
Open to Pedistrians

Fernleigh Estate Stone Bridge (Otsego County, New York)
Stone arch bridge over Susquehanna River on Footpath
Open to pedestrians only

Fernley & Lassen - Willows Creek/Gulch Bridge (Washoe County, Nevada)
Built by the Fernley Lassen Railroad, most likely replacing an earlier bridge as the line had been operating since 1914. Operations on the line ceased in 1956 and was officially abandoned in 1978.
Bridge over Willow Creek on formerly the Fernley Lassen Railroad used until 1956
Open to pedestrians only

Fillmore Glen Stone Bridge (Cayuga County, New York)
Stone arch bridge over Tributary of Owasco Inlet on Footpath
Open to pedestrians only

Fine Gold Creek Bridge (Madera County, California)
Bridge over Fine Gold Creek on County Road 200
Open to pedestrians

Firehouse Bridge (Perry County, Pennsylvania)
Stone arch bridge over Little Buffalo Creek on (formerly PRR)
Open to pedestrians only

Fireman's Park Bridge (Red River County, Texas)
Pratt pony truss bridge on a pedestrian path
Open to pedestrians

First Baptist Church Bridge (Hinds County, Mississippi)
Pedestrian bridge over N State St (old US 51) at First Baptist Church
Open to pedestrians

Fischer Creek Bridge (Manitowoc County, Wisconsin)
Pony truss bridge over Fischer Creek on Recreational Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Fish Creek Bridge (Henry County, Iowa)
Built 1894, moved and restored 2002
Pinned Pratt truss-leg bedstead bridge, formerly over a branch of Fish Creek on a local road
Open to pedestrians only

Fish Lake Trail - 16th Avenue Overpass (Spokane County, Washington)
Built 1912 by the Oregon-Washington Railroad and Navigation Co. To Union Pacific in 1936 merger. Abandoned 1978. Converted for trail use in 2009.
Pony/through plate girder bridge over 16th. Avenue on Fish Lake Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Fish Lake Trail - I90 Exit 279 Overpass (Spokane County, Washington)
Built 1912 by the Oregon-Washington Railroad and Navigation Co. To Union Pacific in 1936 merger. Abandoned 1978. Converted for trail use in 2009.
Pony/through plate girder bridge over Interstate 90 Exit 279 ramp on Fish Lake Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Fish Lake Trail - Interstate 90 Overpass (Spokane County, Washington)
Built 1962
Deck plate girder bridge over Interstate 90 on Fish Lake Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Fish Lake Trail - Marshall Road Overpass (Spokane County, Washington)
Built 1909 bu the North Coast Railroad. Merged into Oregon-Washington Railroad & Navigation Co 1910. Merged into Union Pacific 1936. Abandoned 1978. Rehab for pedestrian use 2009.
Slab bridge over Marshall Road on Fish Lake Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Fish Lake Trail - Thorpe Road Overpass (Spokane County, Washington)
Built in 1917 by the Oregon-Washington Railroad & Navigation company. To Union Pacific in 1936. Abandoned 1978. Fish Lake Trail paved 2009. Original wooden trestle built here circa 1912.
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Thorpe Road on Fish Lake Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Fish Pond Bridge (Oconto County, Wisconsin)
Bridge over Unnamed artificial fish pond
Open to pedestrians

Fisher Street Bridge (Worcester County, Massachusetts)
Built 1894; moved here 1916; rehabilitated 1941
Double-intersection Warren pony truss bridge over MBTA Worcester Line on Fisher Street in Westborough
Open to pedestrians only

Fisherman's Footbridge (Shasta County, California)
Bridge over Burney Creek.
Open to pedestrians only

Fishers Fork Bridge (Bartholomew County, Indiana)
Built 1908 over Fisher's Fork of Brush Creek; moved to Mill Race Park for pedestrian use.
Warren pony truss bridge on Trail
Open to pedestrians

Fishers' Point Stone Arch Bridge (Hancock County, Illinois)
Built ca 1850
Stone arch bridge over Tributary of Mississippi River on Arch Bridge Scenic Path
Open to pedestrians

Fishway Bridge (Franklin County, Massachusetts)
Warren pony truss bridge over Power Canal on private road in Turners Falls
Open to pedestrians only

Fitchburg Steamline Greenway Bridge (Worcester County, Massachusetts)
Warren pony truss with alternating verticals bridge over Whitman River on Fitchburg Steamline Greenway
Open to pedestrians only

FKOHT - Bow Channel Bridge (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1982, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Bow Channel on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

FKOHT - Channel Five Bridge (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1982, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Channel Five on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

FKOHT - Channel Two Bridge (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1981, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Open-spandrel arch bridge over Channel #2 on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

FKOHT - Kemp Channel Bridge (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1982, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Kemp Channel on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

FKOHT - Little Duck-Missouri Channel Bridge (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1981, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Missouri-Little Duck Channel on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

FKOHT - Long Key Viaduct (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1982, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Long Key Channel on Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to Pedestrians as part of the F.K.O.H.T.

FKOHT - Lower Sugarloaf Sound Bridge (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1981, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Lower Sugarloaf Channel on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

FKOHT - Missouri-Ohio Channel Bridge (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1981, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Ohio-Missouri Channel on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

FKOHT - Niles Channel Bridge (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1983, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Niles Channel on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail


FKOHT - Ohio-Bahia Honda Channel Bridge (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1981, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over OHIO-BAHIA HONDA CHANNEL on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

FKOHT - Park Channel Bridge (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1982, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Park Channel on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

FKOHT - Rockland Channel Bridge (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1979, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Rockland Channel on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

FKOHT - Saddlebunch Keys Bridge #2 (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1981, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

FKOHT - Saddlebunch Keys Bridge #3 (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1981, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Saddlebunch #3 Channel on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

FKOHT - Saddlebunch Keys Bridge #4 (Monroe County, Florida)
Built ca. 1908-12 for use by the Overseas Railroad, converted to highway use (US 1) in 1938, made obselete by new bridge in 1980, converted into a pedestrian bridge in 2001
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Saddlebunch #4 Channel on an old alignment of the Overseas Railroad/Highway (US 1); presently the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians