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Academia Covered Bridge 38-34-01 (Juniata County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1902 by James M. Groniger
Covered bridge over Tuscarora Creek southeast of Academia
Open to pedestrians only

Adams County Fairgrounds Pony Bridge (Adams County, Illinois)
Originally located over Frazier Creek on CR 1800N/CR 725E; later relocated to fairgrounds
Pony truss bridge over a branch of Honey Creek at Adams County Fairgrounds
Open to pedestrians only

AE&FRE - Unnamed Creek Bridge #2 (Kane County, Illinois)
Built 1906
Steel stringer bridge over Unnamed Creek on Fox River Trolly Museum
Open to traffic

AE&FRE - Unnamed Creek Bridge #3 (Kane County, Illinois)
Built 1906
Concrete culvert bridge over Unnamed Creek on Fox River Trolly Museum
Open to traffic

AE&FRE - Unnamed Creek Bridge #4 (Kane County, Illinois)
Built 1906
Concrete culvert bridge over Unnamed Creek on Fox River Trolly Museum
Open to traffic

Alaska - Peters Creek Bridge (Anchorage, Alaska)
Pony/through plate girder bridge over Peters Creek on Alaska Railroad
Open to traffic

Balltown Bridge (Benton County, Missouri)
Built ca. 1880, and removed in 1993. Moved to Ezekiel Williams Memorial Park, in Cole Camp, Mo
Through truss bridge over Cole Camp Creek
Relocated and preserved

Big Bend Tunnel (Summers County, West Virginia)
built from 1870-1872 by C&O RR to cut off Big Bend. Legend/tradition names this tunnel as scene of 'Steel Driving Man' John Henry's race with steam drill
Original tunnel built to bypass an 8 mile long bend in the Greenbrier River. Passes between Hilldale, and Talcott West Virginia.
Intact but closed to all traffic

Brick Kingdom Path - Chronicle Bridge (Orleans County, Vermont)
Built 1906 over Town Highway 13, Relocated to Barton in 1998
Warren pony truss bridge over Willoughby Brook on Brick Kingdom Footpath
Intact but closed to all traffic

Brick Kingdom Path - E.M. & Sons Bridge (Orleans County, Vermont)
Built 1921 by Berlin Construction Co.on Town Highway 62; Reloacted 2000
Warren pony truss bridge over the Willoughby Brook on Brick Kingdom Footpath
Intact but closed to all traffic

Caplinger Mills Bridge (Cedar County, Missouri)
Built 1895 by the Chicago Bridge Co.
Through truss bridge over Sac River at Caplinger Mills
Open to pedestrians only

City of Milwaukee Rail Ferry (Manistee County, Michigan)
Formerly carried up to 32 railcars and up to 300 passenger across Lake Michigan from Wisconsin to Michigan. Today it is designated a National Historic Landmark and resides in Manistee Bay where she is available for tours and overnight stays.
Ferry across Lake Michigan on Formerly Ann Arbor Railroad(previously used and built by Grand Trunk Railway)
Closed to all traffic

CMRR - Bridge C9 (Ulster County, New York)
Quadrangular lattice through truss bridge over Esopus Creek on Catskill Mountain RR (formerly Ulster & Delaware/NYC RR)
Open to traffic

Collins Road Bridge Span (Manitowoc County, Wisconsin)
Warren pony truss bridge
Open as a visual display

CSX - Milroy Crossing (Carroll County, Indiana)
Probably built so former prominant Delphi citizen Samual Milroy could access his lower fields along Deer Creek from his historic homestead. Recent Indiana 25 construction has removed all trees at this location and once again exposed it's existance.
Bridge over Milroy farm access lane on Formerly CSX Transportation(nee Seaboard, L&N, Monon, Chicago Indianapolis and Louisville Railroads)
Intact but closed to all traffic. New Hoosier Heartland Highway construction immediately adjacent to old bridge.

DURR - Batavia Kill Bridge (Delaware County, New York)
Deck plate girder bridge over Batavia Kill on Delaware & Ulster Railroad
Open to traffic

DURR - Bush Kill Bridge (Delaware County, New York)
Warren through truss with all verticals bridge over Bush Kill on Delaware & Ulster Railroad
Intact but closed to all traffic

Eight Arch Bridge (Bucks County, Pennsylvania)
Started in 1801 and completed in 1804 at a cost of $15,561.40 (which included board for workers). Replaced the old rotting stone and timber bridge. Consists of eight arches and was the longest stone arch bridge in Pensylvania built at that time.
Stone arch bridge over Neshaminy Creek on York Road
Open to pedestrians

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

Forrest RR Turntable (Livingston County, Illinois)
Installed 1917, replacing a 70 ft. turntable installed June 1904
Abandoned deck plate girder bridge over former roundhouse pit on Wabash Ry
Derelict/abandoned

Fort Snelling Tunnel (Hennepin County, Minnesota)
Built 1961
Tunnel over MN 5 on Parking Lot
Open to traffic

Frazier Creek Bridge (Adams County, Illinois)
Built Unknown
Lost Warren pony truss bridge over Frazier Creek on Adams County CR 1800N / 725E dirt road
Removed but not replaced, moved to Adams County Fairgrounds 2003.

Genesee Greenway Bridge (Monroe County, New York)
Built in 1840 to carry the Genesee Valley Canal over Black Creek
Stone arch bridge over Black Creek on Genesee Greenway
Part of Genesee Greenway Trail

Greenbank Mill Bridge (New) (New Castle County, Delaware)
Built 1882 at Wawa, Pennsylvania; purchased and relocated 2009-2010 to replace earlier pony truss bridge washed out in 2003
Pratt pony truss bridge over Red Clay Creek on Pedestrian path
Open to pedestrians only

GSM - Fontana Lake Bridge (Swain County, North Carolina)
Warren through truss bridge over Fontana Lake on Great Smoky Mountains Railroad
Open to traffic

Hazen Bridge (Champaign County, Illinois)
Built 1893; bypassed 1993
Bypassed pratt through truss bridge over Sangamon River on TR 85
Bypassed by a new bridge

HRS - Drainage Ditch Bridge (Honolulu County, Hawaii)
Deck plate girder bridge over Drainage Ditch on Hawaii Railroad Society
Open to traffic

HRS - Nānākuli Stream Bridge (Honolulu County, Hawaii)
Timber stringer bridge over Nānākuli Stream on Hawaii Railroad Society
Open to traffic

Illinois Railway Museum - Boot Creek Bridge (McHenry County, Illinois)
Timber stringer bridge over Boot Creek on Illnois Railway Museum RR
Open to traffic

Malvern Mill Bridge (Whiteside County, Illinois)
Built ca. 1890
Pratt pony truss bridge over Rock Creek on Pedestrian Pathway
Open to pedestrians only

MCRM - Baraboo River Bridge (Sauk County, Wisconsin)
Built in 1903
Plate girder bridge over Baraboo River on Mid Continent Railroad Museum
Out of service

MMRR - Grand River Bridge (Kent County, Michigan)
Built 1904
Pratt through truss bridge over Grand River on Mid-Michigan RR (formerly Pere Marquette RR)
Open to traffic

Montrose Avenue Bridge (McHenry County, Illinois)
Built 1916 for Milwaukee Road, tracks removed 1975, moved to Illinois Railway Museum 1998
Pony/through plate girder bridge over Montrose Avenue on Milwaukee Road RR
In storage

Moose Brook Bridge (Coos County, New Hampshire)
Built 1918; lost to arson in May 2004. Remaining structure used for testing Howe trusses at Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio. On October 28, 2014, parts were returned to Gorham. Acquired by WW&FRy Sept. 2017
Howe pony truss bridge over Moose Brook on Former Boston & Maine/St. Lawrence & Atlantic
In storage or disassembled

Morgan Bridge (Madison County, Iowa)
Built 1891 by local contractor using King Iron Bridge Co. superstructure; originally carried local road over Branch of Clanton Creek
Pratt pony truss bridge
Open to pedestrians only

MRM - Camp Creek Bridge (Piatt County, Illinois)
Timber stringer bridge over Camp Creek on Monticello Railway Museum (formerly IC RR)
Open to traffic

NAUG - Jericho Bridge (Litchfield County, Connecticut)
Built 1907
Deck plate girder bridge over Naugatuck River on Naugatuck Railroad
Open to traffic

New Elise Chapin Wildlife Sanctuary Footbridge (Hamilton County, Tennessee)
Built 2001
Wire suspension bridge over South Chickamauga Creek on Walking Trail
Open to pedestrians only

NS - Maumee River Bridge (New Haven) (Allen County, Indiana)
Pratt through truss bridge over Maumee River on Norfolk Southern RR
Open to traffic

NSSR - Knife River Bridge (Lake County, Minnesota)
Deck plate girder bridge
Open to traffic

Old Railroad Bridge (Lauderdale County, Alabama)
Built 1893; Modified 1895, 1906, & 1962; Lift span relocated 1990
Warren through truss bridge over Tennessee River on Old Railroad Bridge Trail
Open to pedestrians

Papinville Bridge (Bates County, Missouri)
Built 1884 by the Kansas City Bridge & Iron Co.; bypassed by new bridge in 1996
Through truss bridge over Marais des Cygnes River just west of Papinville
Open to pedestrians only

Quaker Bridge (Mercer County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1898, bypassed approx 2006. Left in original location.
Bypassed Through truss bridge over Little Shenango River on PA 4006 (Williamson Road)
Bypassed and open only to pedestrians. Very good condition!

Reading - White Deer Creek Bridge (Union County, Pennsylvania)
Collapsed in 1996 flood, rebuilt 2013
Deck plate girder bridge over White Deer Creek on Former Reading Railroad (preserved for freight service)
Open to traffic

Rikard's Mill Covered Bridge 01-50-A (Monroe County, Alabama)
Built 1994 using an older truss
Pratt pony truss/covered bridge/gift shop over Flat Creek in Rikard's Mill Historical Park
Bridge has a built in gift shop

Smith Road Bridge (Franklin County, Ohio)
Built 1881 on Smith Road over Sycamore Creek in Crawford County by the King Bridge Co. Relocated 1989 to Historical Society Museum
Bowstring pony truss bridge over Pedestrian Trail on Pedestrian Trail
Open to pedestrians

South Perkasie Covered Bridge 38-09-05 (Bucks County, Pennsylvania)
Buuilt in 1832.Formerly on Pleasant Spring Creek moved to dry ground in Lenape Park in Perkasie, PA in 1958.
Covered bridge over dry land in Lenape Park
Open to pedestrians

State Route 75 Tunnel (Lawrence County, Ohio)
Built 1866
Tunnel on SR 75
Open to pedestrians only

Stovall Mill Bridge 10-154-03 (White County, Georgia)
Built 1895, bypassed 1959
Queenpost through truss bridge over Chickamauga Creek on an old alignment of the Clayton Road
Open to pedestrians

Stumphouse Tunnel (Oconee County, South Carolina)
contruction began in 1856, abandoned 1859
Never finished pre-Civil War railroad tunnel
Open to pedestrians, bring a flash light!

Sugar Creek Covered Bridge 13-84-02 (Sangamon County, Illinois)
Built 1880 by Thomas Black; rehabilitated 1965
Covered bridge over Sugar Creek at Covered Bridge Road southeast of Chatham in Chatham
Open to pedestrians only

Tank Farm Road Bridge (Lehigh County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1881; Removed 1994; Held in storage and to be used on trail
Foreman pony truss bridge formerly over Reading Railroad on Tank Farm Road
Removed, not replaced, in storage

Tecumseh Railroad Bridge (Lenawee County, Michigan)
Built 1896
Pratt deck truss bridge over Raisin River on Southern Michigan Railroad Society


Tennessee Valley Railroad over Creek (Polk County, Tennessee)
Timber stringer bridge over Unnamed Creek on Tennessee Valley Railrod
Open to authorized vehicles only

TVRM - Whiteside Tunnel (Hamilton County, Tennessee)
Built 1858
Tunnel under Missionary Ridge on Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum (formerly Southern Railway)
Open to traffic

Union Canal Tunnel (Lebanon County, Pennsylvania)
Completed 1827; canal closed 1880's; purchased by LCHS in 1950.
Tunnel under Tunnel Hill; Tunnel Hill Road on Union Canal
Stable. Repairs were made to portals in 2000 & 2002

Vanderbilt Museum Bridge (Kings County, New York)
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Drive on Drive
Open to traffic

Walter's Mill Covered Bridge 38-56-05 (Somerset County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1859
Multiple Kingpost through truss bridge over Haupts Run Creek on Private walking trail


Washington Street Overpass (Montgomery County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1920-Pony plate girder with floorbeam system and wood deck
1920 Pony plate girder over Norfolk Southern RR on Washington Street
Open to traffic

Welty's Mill Bridge (Franklin County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1856
Bridge over East Branch of the Little Antietam Creek
Closed to all traffic

Windsor Harbor Bridge (Jefferson County, Missouri)
Originally built 1874 by the Keystone Bridge Co. over River Des Peres at Lemay Ferry in St. Louis. Relocated to Kimmswick in 1930; bypassed by new bridge in 1985.
Wrought-iron through truss over Rock Creek on Windsor Harbor Road in Kimmswick
Open to pedestrians only

WWRC - Ashland Truss Bridge (New Castle County, Delaware)
Built 1907 from one span of Bridge 124 on B&O Wheeling Division; railroad sold to Historic Red Clay Valley 1982
Pratt through truss bridge over Red Clay Creek on Wilmington & Western RR (former Baltimore & Ohio)
Ocasional use by excursion trains

WWRC - Hercules Trestle (New Castle County, Delaware)
Built 1870s along with railroad line but rebuilt numerous tomes, most recently 2003-2004
Stringer bridge over Red Clay Creek on Wilmington & Western Railroad
Open to traffic