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Fayetteville Bridge (St. Clair County, Illinois)
Built 1946; rehabilitated 1990
Through truss bridge over Kaskaskia River on IL 4/IL 15 at Fayetteville
Open to traffic

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 until 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

Feather River Bridge (Butte County, California)
Built 1921; rehabilitated 1962; replaced 2000
Lost through truss bridge over Feather River on CA 162 in Oroville
No longer exists

Featherbed Lane Bridge (Loudoun County, Virginia)
Built in 1889 by the Variety Iron Works; relocated here in 1932
Through truss bridge over Catoctin Creek on Featherbed Lane (Rt673)
Open to traffic

Federal Street Bridge (Cumberland County, Maine)
Built 1992
Slab bridge over State of Maine Rr on Federal Street
Open to traffic

Fen Bridge (Suffolk County, Massachusetts)
Built 1891, river culvert extended westward 1940s
Stone arch bridge over Muddy River on Avenue Louis Pasteur
Open to traffic

Ferguson Slide Bridge East (Mariposa County, California)
Built 2008
Bailey pony truss bridge over Merced River on State Route 140
Open to traffic

Ferguson Slide bridge West (Mariposa County, California)
Built 2008
Bailey pony truss bridge over Merced River on State Route 140
Open to traffic

Fernbridge (Humboldt County, California)
Built 1911; rehabilitated 1918
Concrete arch bridge over Eel River on CA 211
Open to traffic

Ferry Street Bridge (Schenectady County, New York)
Lost Bridge over Erie Canal on Ferry/ State Street
No longer exists

Fifteen Mile Bayou US 79 Bridge (Crittenden County, Arkansas)
Lost bridge over Fifteen Mile Bayou on old US 79 (now AR 147)
No longer exists

Fifteen Mile Creek Bridge (Allegany County, Maryland)
Built 1917
Concrete arch bridge over Fifteen Mile Creek on US 40 SCN
Open to traffic

Fifteenth Street Bridge (Lawrence County, Illinois)
Built 1922; replaced 1971
Lost three-span through truss bridge over Embarras River on IL 1 (Fifteenth Street) in Lawrenceville
Destroyed in traffic accident and replaced by new bridge

First Jefferson City Bridge (Cole County, Missouri)
Opened Oct. 15, 1896; demolished 1955
Lost through truss swing bridge over the Missouri River at Jefferson City
Replaced by the current US 54 bridge, but vestiges of south approach remain at end of Bolivar Street

First Street Bridge (Middlesex County, Massachusetts)
Built 1925
Deck plate girder bridge over Broad Canal on First Street
Open to traffic

First Street Overpass (Colfax County, New Mexico)
Built 1940
Steel stringer bridge over SR 72 on 1st Street in Raton
Open to traffic

First Tacoma Narrows Bridge (Pierce County, Washington)
Built 1940, collapsed on November 7, 1940
Lost suspension bridge over Tacoma Narrows on Primary State Highway 14-A in Tacoma
Collapsed

First Water Creek Bridge (Maricopa County, Arizona)
Built 1924; rehabilitated 1969
Through truss bridge over First Water Creek on AZ 88
Open to traffic

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

Fish Creek Bridge (Maricopa County, Arizona)
Built 1923 by the Missouri Valley Bridge & Iron Co.
Pony truss bridge over Fish Creek on AZ 88
Open to traffic

Fish Creek Bridge (Grant Parish, Louisiana)
Built 1931
Timber stringer bridge over Fish Creek on LA524 possibly alog original US 165
Intact but closed to all traffic

Fish Creek Road Culvert (Marshall County, West Virginia)
Built 1945
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Pa. Fork Fish Creek on County Route 74
Open to traffic

Fisher's Bridge (Morgan County, West Virginia)
Built 1912; Bypassed and abandoned in 1952; Demolished 2010
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Cacapon River on WV-9 (Abandoned Alignment)
Replaced by a new bridge

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

Fishing Creek Arm KY 80 Bridge (Pulaski County, Kentucky)
Built 1951 as a part of the Lake Cumberland Project
Deck truss bridge over Fishing Creek Arm of Cumberland Lake on KY 80
Open to traffic

Fishing Creek Bridge (Columbia County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1934
Through truss bridge over Fishing Creek on PA 4049
Open to traffic

Fishing Creek Bridge (York County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1949; rehabilitated 2004
Steel stringer bridge over Fishing Creek on Sr 1009 in Goldsboro
Open to traffic

Fishing Creek Bridge (Dauphin County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1875; rehabilitated 1923/1985CA (on east end, widened with reinforced concrete arch, paneled concrete parapet and pylons topped by globe luminaires)
Deck arch bridge over Fishing Creek on Sr 3009
Open to traffic

Fishing Creek PA 4009 Bridge (Columbia County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1930; rehabilitated 1977
Through truss bridge over Fishing Creek on PA 4009 in Bloomsburg
Open to traffic

Fishing River US 69 Bridge (Clay County, Missouri)
Built 1933; rehabilitated 1990
Skewed three-span Warren pony truss bridge over Fishing River on NB US 69 in Mosby
Open to traffic

Fisk Bridge (Butler County, Missouri)
Built 1929; main span collapsed Dec. 1975; replaced and reopened Mar. 1976
Lost skewed through truss bridge over St. Francis River on MO 51 (Old US 60) at Fisk
Main truss span replaced, but original approaches and piers remain

Fitzpatrick Bridge (Elmore County, Alabama)
Built 1940
Warren deck truss bridge over Tallapoosa River on Al 14 in Tallassee
Open to traffic

Five Mile Viaduct (Charleston County, South Carolina)
Built 1926
Concrete tee beam bridge over S.C.L. Rr & S-39 on US 78
Open to traffic

Five Point Creek Bridge (Union County, Oregon)
Built 1921
Warren pony truss bridge over Five Point Creek on I-84 Frontage Road
Open to traffic

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 - 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 - 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 - 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 - 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

FL 401 Bridge (Brevard County, Florida)
Built 1963
Bascule bridge over Service Road & Canal on FL 401 in Cape Canaveral
Open to traffic

FL 401 Bridge (Brevard County, Florida)
Built 1963
Bascule bridge over Barge Canal on FL 401 in Cape Canaveral
Open to traffic

Flaming Gorge Reservoir Bridge (Daggett County, Utah)
Built 1962
Steel through arch bridge over Flaming Gorge Reservoir on UT 191
Open to traffic

Flat Creek MO 248 Bridge (Barry County, Missouri)
Built 1930
Three-span through truss bridge over Flat Creek on MO 248 just west of MO 39
Open to one-lane traffic

Flat Creek MO 39 Bridge (Barry County, Missouri)
Built 1938
Through truss bridge over Flat Creek on MO 39
Open to two-lane traffic

Flat Creek Route W Bridge (Pettis County, Missouri)
Built 1954
Pony truss bridge over Flat Creek on Route W
Safe and Sound--gone

Flat Fork Creek Bridge (Monroe County, Arkansas)
Built 1930
Concrete tee beam bridge over Flat Fork Creek on US 70
Open to traffic

Flat River Bridge (Durham County, North Carolina)
Built ca. 1925. Bypassed by new bridge in 1981 but not demolished.
Warren pony truss bridge over Flat River on NC-1004 (formelly NC-75)
Closed to all traffic

Flat Rock Creek Bridge (Crawford County, Arkansas)
Built 1966
Beam bridge over Flat Rock Creek on CR 954 (Old US 64)
Open to traffic

Flat Rock Swinging / Suspension Footbridge (Scott County, Virginia)
Wire suspension footbridge over Clinch River on pedestrian pathway
Open to pedestrians only

Flat Run Bridge (Frederick County, Maryland)
Built 1927
Concrete arch bridge over Flat Run on US 15 BU
Open to traffic

Flatrock River IN 9 Bridge (Shelby County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1940; rehabilitated 1978
Through truss bridge over Flatrock River on IN 9
Demolished

Flatrock River US 31 Bridge (Bartholomew County, Indiana)
Built 1941; rehabilitated 1985; replaced ca. 2006
Lost through truss bridge over Flatrock River on US 31 in Columbus
No longer exists

Flatrock River US 40 Bridge (Henry County, Indiana)
Built 1944
Concrete arch bridge over Flatrock River on US 40 in Lewisville
Open to traffic

Flatwoods Bridge (Perry County, Tennessee)
Built 1939
Lost through truss bridge over Buffalo River on TN 13
Replaced by a new bridge

Fleenor Mill Ford Swinging / Suspension Footbridge (Washington County, Virginia)
Wire suspension footbridge over North Fork Holston River on pedestrian pathway
Open to pedestrians only

Fletcher Covered Bridge 48-17-03 (Harrison County, West Virginia)
Built 1891; rehabilitated 2002
Kingpost through truss bridge over Tenmile Creek on Harrison Cr 5/29
Open to traffic

Fletcher Creek Bridge (Logan County, Arkansas)
Built 1949
Steel stringer bridge over Fletcher Creek on AR 23
Open to traffic

Flint River Bridge (Newton County, Georgia)
Built 1921
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Flint River on Roadway 37
No longer exists

Flintstone Creek Bridge (Allegany County, Maryland)
Built 1900; rehabilitated 1925
Stone arch bridge over Flintstone Creek on MD 144
Open to traffic

Florida Avenue Bridge (Hillsborough County, Florida)
Built 1926
Concrete tee beam bridge over Hillsborough River on Florida (Us 41 Bus in Tampa
Open to traffic

FM 296 Bridge (Dallam County, Texas)
Built 1953
Three Span Steel Arch bridge over an unnamed draw on FM 296
Open to traffic

FM 428 Bridge (Denton County, Texas)
Built 1922, bypassed 1992
Pratt through truss bridge over Elm Fork of the Trinity River on Greenbelt Trail (Former FM 428)
Open to pedestrians

FM 950 Colorado River Bridge (Colorado County, Texas)
Built 1980
Stringer bridge over Colorado River on Fm 950
Open to traffic

Folly Bridge (Schuyler County, New York)
Stone arch bridge over Glen Creek on Pedestrian Pathway
Open to pedestrians only

Folsom Powerhouse Canal Bridge (Sacramento County, California)
Build in 1916 as part of four bridge built in the area by Sacramento County during a three year period. The others are the Orangevale Bridge, Figeuroa Bridge and the Rainbow Bridge
Bridge over PGE Powerhouse Canal on American River Bike Trail/former Greenback Lane
Good condition for ped and bike use

Fondulac Drive Bridge (Tazewell County, Illinois)
Built 1958, rehabilitated in 1997
Warren deck truss bridge over I-74 on Fondulac Drive in East Peoria
Open to traffic

Fool Creek Bridge (Sharp County, Arkansas)
Built 1934
Girder bridge over Fool Creek on AR 58
Open to traffic

Foothills Trail - Puyallup River Bridge (Pierce County, Washington)
Warren through truss bridge over Puyallup River on Foothills Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Foots Creek Bridge (Jackson County, Oregon)
Built 1928
Concrete tee beam bridge over Foots Creek on OR 99 (Old U.S. 99)
Open to traffic

Forche-A-Renault Creek (Washington County, Missouri)
Built 1940
Steel stringer bridge over Fourche-A-Renault on Mo 185 S
Open to traffic

Fore River Bridge (New) (Norfolk County, Massachusetts)
Built 2013-2014
Through truss bridge over Fore River on 3A Bridge Street
Open to traffic

Fore River Bridge (Old) (Norfolk County, Massachusetts)
Built 1936; rehabilitated 1954
Lost deck truss bascule bridge over Fore River on MA 3A
Replaced by a new bridge

Fore River Bridge (Temporary) (Norfolk County, Massachusetts)
Polygonal Warren through truss with no verticals bridge over Fore River on 3A Bridge Street
Open to traffic but soon replaced with a new bridge

Forest City Bridge (Dewey County, South Dakota)
Built 1958; rehabilitated 1980
Through truss bridge over Missouri River (Oahe Lake) on US 212
Open to traffic

Fork Osage Branch Bridge (Webster County, Missouri)
Built 1933
Steel stringer bridge over Fork Osage Branch on Mo 38
Open to traffic

Forks Creek Bridge (Pacific County, Washington)
Built 1918; rehabilitated 1939
Concrete arch bridge over Forks Creek on WA 6
Open to traffic

Forksville Covered Bridge 38-57-01 (Sullivan County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1850 by Samuel Sadler Rogers; rehabilitated 2004
Covered bridge over Loyalsock Creek on PA 4012 in Forksville
Open to traffic

Fort Columbia Tunnel (Pacific County, Washington)
Built 1932
Tunnel on US 101
Open to traffic

Fort Duquesne Bridge (Allegheny County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1959
Steel through arch bridge over Allegheny River on I-279 in Pittsburgh
Open to traffic

Fort Foster Bridge (Hillsborough County, Florida)
Built 1835 and reconstructed since
Timber stringer bridge over Hillsborough River on Fort King Road, a historic military road
Open to pedestrians

Fort Henry Bridge (Ohio County, West Virginia)
Built 1955; rehabilitated 1990
Steel through arch bridge over Ohio River on Interstate 70 in Wheeling
Open to traffic

Fort Kent International Bridge (Aroostook County, Maine)
Built 1929
Through truss bridge over Saint John River on US 1 in Fort Kent
Open to traffic

Fort Miller Road Bridge (Washington County, New York)
Built 1907
Through truss bridge over Champlain Canal on Fort Miller Road
Open to traffic

Fort Morgan Rainbow Arch Bridge (Morgan County, Colorado)
Built 1922-23; made obsolete by new bridge in 1963; rehabilitated in 1987
Eleven-span Marsh arch bridge over South Platte River on CO 52, just north of Fort Morgan
Open to pedestrians only

Fort Pitt Bridge (Allegheny County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1959; rehabilitated 2002-03
Steel through arch bridge over Monongahela River on I-279 in Pittsburgh
Open to traffic

Fort Richardson State Park Bridge (Jack County, Texas)
Quadrangular Warren through truss bridge
Closed to all traffic

Fort Smith-Van Buren Free Bridge (Sebastian County, Arkansas)
Built 1912; Refurbished 1956; Replaced 1969
Lost through truss vertical-lift bridge over Arkansas River on Midland Boulevard (US 71) in Fort Smith
Replaced by new bridge as part of the Kerr-McClellan Arkansas River navigation project.

Fort Spokane Bridge (Lincoln County, Washington)
Built 1941
Through truss bridge over Spokane River on WA 25 at Miles
Open to traffic

Fort Steuben Bridge (Jefferson County, Ohio)
Built 1928 by the Dravo Contracting Co.; rehabilitated 1972; closed 2008. Imploded Feb. 21, 2012.
Lost suspension bridge over the Ohio River on OH 822 between Steubenville and Weirton
Demolished

Fort Walton Beach Bridge (Okaloosa County, Florida)
Through truss bridge over Pensacola/ Chico Bay on State Route 85 Fort Walton Beach Road
No longer exists

Foster Bridge (Warren County, Ohio)
Built 1937; rehabilitated 1991
Six-span open-spandrel concrete arch bridge over Little Miami River on US 22
Open to traffic

Fountain Creek Bridge (El Paso County, Colorado)
Built 1932 by the Pueblo Bridge & Construction Co.
Open-spandrel arch bridge over Fountain Creek on Business US 24
Open to traffic

Fountain Creek Bridge (Monroe County, Illinois)
Built 1849 by Herman Garleb; made obsolete by new bridge in 1927
Stone arch bridge over Fountain Creek just south of IL 156, west of Waterloo
Open to pedestrians only

Four Bears Bridge (Mountrail County, North Dakota)
Built 1954; replaced 2005
Lost cantilevered through and deck truss bridge over Lake Sakakawea (Missouri River) on ND 23 near New Town
Replaced by modern concrete deck girder bridge

Four Mile Bridge (Hot Springs County, Wyoming)
Built 1927-28; replaced 1992
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Big Horn River on WY 173
Replaced by new bridge

Fourche La Fave Bridge (Scott County, Arkansas)
Built 1961
Steel stringer bridge over Fourche La Fave on Sh 28
Open to traffic

Fourche La Fave River Bridge (Perry County, Arkansas)
Built 1958
Steel stringer bridge over Fourche La Fave River on Sh 113
Open to traffic

Fourche LaFave AR 28 Bridge (Scott County, Arkansas)
Built ca. 1924; replaced 1961
Lost three-span concrete arch bridge over Fourche LaFave on AR 28 near Parks
Replaced by a new bridge