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Frisco Highline Trail - MO32 Overpass (Polk County, Missouri)
Built 1941
Steel stringer bridge over MO 32 in Bolivar, MO. Formerly St.Louis San Francisco (Frisco) RR
Open to pedestrians only

Fruita Bridge (Mesa County, Colorado)
Built 1906 by the M.J. Patterson Construction Co.
Three-span through truss bridge over Colorado River on 17-1/2 Road at Fruita
Closed to all traffic

Full Throttle Saloon Bridge #1 (Meade County, South Dakota)
Built 1912 over Belle Fourche River on Bismarck Branch Road, but relocated to present location in 2008
Pennsylvania through truss bridge over the Full Throttle Saloon property on a stage and a bar
Bridge and property closed due to fire. Bridge partially damaged.

Full Throttle Saloon Bridge #2 (Meade County, South Dakota)
Built in 1912 by the Canton Bridge Company over the Belle Fourche River in Butte County, moved in 2008 to the Full Throttle Saloon.
Pratt through truss bridge over the Full Throttle Saloon property on a stage and a bar
Bridge and property closed due to fire. Bridge partially damaged.

GAP - Hot Metal Bridge (Allegheny County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1900 as a railroad bridge; Converted to pedestrian use in 2007
Through truss bridge over the Monongahela River on the Great Allegheny Passage
One bridge is for pedestrians and the other is for auto traffic. Very good condition.

Garnavillo Township Bridge (Clayton County, Iowa)
Built 1902
Stone arch bridge over Unnamed Stream on 250th Street
Closed to all traffic

Gateway Trail - Manning Avenue Overpass (Washington County, Minnesota)
Built 1877, restored & re-opened in a new location 2011
Camelback through truss bridge over Manning Avenue on Gateway Trail
This bridge was opened to bicycles, pedestrians, and horses in November 2011.

Gay Street Bridge (Knox County, Tennessee)
Built 1897, reconditioned 2004
Pratt deck-arched cantilevered truss over the Tennessee River on Gay Street
Open to traffic

Gayman Road Bridge near Danboro, PA (Bucks County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1887 by the Pittsburgh Bridge Co.
Pony truss bridge over North Branch Neshaminy Creek on Gayman Road near Danboro (Plumstead Twp) PA.
Intact but closed to all traffic

Gedney Lake Bridge (Muscatine County, Iowa)
Pratt through truss bridge over Gedney Lake on Former alignment of 231st Street
Open to Pedestrians

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

Geneva Ford Bridge (Jennings County, Indiana)
Built 1907, rehabilitated and reopened in 2016
Pratt through truss bridge over Sand Creek on CR 250 West
Open to traffic

Geneva Ford Bridge (Jennings County, Indiana)
Built 1907, rehabilitated and reopened in 2016
Pratt through truss bridge over Sand Creek on CR 250 West
Open to traffic

George Hutchins Covered Bridge 35-23-13 (Fairfield County, Ohio)
Originally built 1904 over Clear Creek on Strickler Road; relocated and reconstructed in 2000
Covered bridge relocated to Alley Park south of Lancaster
Open to pedestrians only

Georgia City Bridge (Jasper County, Missouri)
Built 1871 by the Wrought Iron Bridge Co.; approach spans added 1885; closed to traffic 1986; relocated to Webb City
Relocated bowstring through truss at King Jack Park in Webb City
Open to pedestrians

Gilboa Bridge (Putnam County, Ohio)
Built 1886; rehabilitated 1972
Through truss bridge over Blanchard River on County Road 3 in Gilboa
Bypassed with a new bridge to the East and retained for pedestrian use.

Gilmore Bridge (Carroll County, Indiana)
Built 1905 in Pulaski County over Big Monon Ditch, moved to Carroll County and restored in 2006-07
Stearns through truss bridge over Wabash & Erie Canal on a pedestrian trail in Delphi
Open to pedestrians only on a trail.

Gilpin's Falls Covered Bridge 20-07-01 (Cecil County, Maryland)
Built 1860, rehabillitated 1959,1990,2009
Burr Arch through truss bridge over North East Creek on old ne road
Open to pedestrians

Glen Echo Trolley Trestle (Montgomery County, Maryland)
Built 1890
Abandoned bridge over dry run on abandoned trolley right-of-way

Governor Sprague Bridge (Washington County, Rhode Island)
Built 1921
Open-spandrel arch bridge over The Narrows on an old alignment of US 1
Open to pedestrians. Northern approach preserved as a park but main span removed.

Grand River Bridge (Muskogee County, Oklahoma)
Built 1926
Through truss bridge over Grand River on 5172C in Fort Gibson
Open to traffic

Grange City Covered Bridge 17-35-05 (Fleming County, Kentucky)
Built sometime between 1865-70. Placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.
Multiple Kingpost through truss bridge over Fox Creek on KY 111
Open to pedestrians

Grasse River Pedestrian Bridge (St. Lawrence County, New York)
Bypassed 1946
Double-intersection Warren deck truss bridge over Grasse River on Trail
Open to pedestrians

Great Crossings Bridge (Old US 40/National Road) (Somerset County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1818 as part of the National Road. Bridge submerged along with Somerfield when Youghiogheny River was dammed downstream to create Youghiogheny River Lake.
Stone arch bridge over Youghiogheny River Lake (or, to state it more accurately, the Youghiogheny River Lake crosses the Great Crossings Bridge) on an old alignment of US 40/National Road
Open to pedestrians

Green Bridge (Dona Ana County, New Mexico)
Originally the Pecos River Bridge in Chaves County (1902-1943), then moved to become the Rio Hondo Bridge at Picacho (1944-2007), and now located on the grounds of the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum (2007-present).
Pratt through truss bridge over unnamed Creek on a pedestrian path on the grounds of the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum
Open to pedestrians

Green Valley Road Bridge (Boone County, Missouri)
Built 1906 over the Lamine River in Cooper County by the Kansas City Bridge Co.; relocated here in 1938
Through truss bridge over Hinkson Creek on Green Valley Road in Columbia
Open to pedestrians on a pedestrian path

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

Gunnison River Bridges (Gunnison County, Colorado)
Built 1926-27; bypassed 1957; rehabilitated 2011-12
Pair of through trusses over the Gunnison River on Old US 50 just west of Gunnison
Open to traffic

Haggard's Ford Swinging Bridge (Boone County, Arkansas)
Built 1939-41 by the Works Progress Administration; rehabilitated 1977
Swinging bridge over Bear Creek next to Cottonwood Road
Open to pedestrians only

Hammond Covered Bridge (Marion County, Iowa)
Built 1894, bypassed in 2011-12?
Covered bridge over North Cedar Creek on 170th Place
Bypassed by a low-water crossing. Bridge now privately owned but open to pedestrians

Hannaway Covered Bridge 35-23-15 (Fairfield County, Ohio)
Built 1904
Covered bridge over Clear Creek on Clearport Road (CR 24)
Open to pedestrians only

Hanover Trolley Trail - Constitution Bridge (York County, Pennsylvania)
Built as part of the Hanover - York Trolley line, the tracks were removed in the 1960's but the bridge has been well preserved.
Bridge over Small Creek on Former York-Trolley line, Rail to Trail Conservation
Open to pedestrians

Happy Hollow District Bridge (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Built 1909 over the Cahaba River in the Happy Hollow community, relocated to Trussville's Civitan Park as an attraction.
Pratt through truss bridge over Cahaba River on a pedestrian path
Open to pedestrians

Hargrove Bridge (Butler County, Missouri)
Completed Nov. 15, 1917, by Miller and Borcherding Bridge Builders of St. Louis. Closed in 1992 due to flood damage. Rehabilitated and reopened July 2, 1999.
Swing bridge with two pony trusses over Black River on CR 658
Open to one-lane traffic on a gravel road with an 8 ton weight limit

Hatfield Bridge (Sequatchie County, Tennessee)
Built 1893, as an alternative to a timber bridge and another iron bridge proposed for this crossing
Abandoned Pratt through truss bridge over Sequatchie River

Hayden Bridge (Lane County, Oregon)
Built 1882 in Corrine, Utah, 1901 Moved to current location, 1987 Abandoned, 2016 purchased for preservation
Rescued Whipple truss bridge over McKenzie River on Abandoned Weyerhauser Logging Railway in Springfield
Under Preservation

Hays Street Bridge (Bexar County, Texas)
Originally built 1881 as a railroad bridge over the Nueces River; moved to current location in 1910 as a road bridge; rehabilitated and reopened to pedestrians in 2010
Whipple through truss bridge over Union Pacific Railroad on Hays Street in San Antonio
Open to pedestrians

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

Heartland Pathway - Shady Rest Bridge (Piatt County, Illinois)
Built 1890
Pratt through truss bridge over Sangamon River on the Heartland Pathways, a rail trail converted from the former Illinois Central rail line
Open to pedestrians

Heartland Pathways - Sangamon River Bridge (Piatt County, Illinois)
Built 1890
Pratt through truss bridge over Sangamon River on the Heartland Pathways, a rail trail converted from the former Illinois Central rail line
Open to pedestrians

Hennepin Canal Bridge 9 (Bureau County, Illinois)
Truss bridge over Hennepin Canal on an access to the Hennepin Canal Parkway Trail/an abandoned alignment of CR 1550 in Wyanet
Open to pedestrians only

Hennepin Canal Lock 26 Lift Bridge (Henry County, Illinois)
Built in 1904
Vertical lift bridge over Hennepin Canal on Hennepin Canal Trail 3 mi E of Colona
Open to pedestrians

Henszey's Bridge (Cumberland County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1869 as a two-span bridge at Slatington in Lehigh County; relocated 1900 to Wanamakers; closed to trafic 1987; moved to Central Pennsylvania College in 2002
Relocated bowstring pony truss bridge on a pedestrian walkway at Central Pennsylvania College
Open to pedestrians

Herbert C. Bonner Bridge (Dare County, North Carolina)
Built 1962
Steel stringer bridge over Oregon Inlet on NC 12
Open to traffic, with lane closures Sept-Dec 2013 for emergency repairs

Heritage Rail Trail - Twin Arch Bridge (York County, Pennsylvania)
Bridge over Twin Arch Road, East Branch Codorus Creek on Heritage Rail Trail County Park
Open to bicyclists, horseback, and pedestrians on trail side. The rail is clear and allows for rail bikes, speeders, and hobby-builds. Once a year the Steam into History Excursions run across this bridge.

Heritage Trail - Truss Bridge (Dubuque County, Iowa)
Built 1872, Relocated to Road 1889, relocated here in 1992, restored in 2011
Pratt through truss bridge on Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Hermi's Bridge (Fulton County, Georgia)
Built 1904 by the Cotton States Bridge Co.; bypassed 1974; rehabilitated 2010
Two-span through truss bridge over Chattahoochee River on Paces Ferry Road NW in Atlanta
Open to pedestrians

Herr's Mill Covered Bridge 38-36-21 (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1844; bypassed 1971
Burr arch-truss covered bridge over Pequea Creek off S. Ronks Road
Closed to all traffic

Hibbs Bridge (Madison County, Indiana)
Built in Fountain County in 1903 by the Attica Bridge Company, moved to Madison County in 2008.
Parker through truss bridge over West Fork White River on Trail in Anderson
Reopened after levee construction completed.

Hibernia Mine Railroad Bridge (Somerset County, New Jersey)
Built 1879 as part of the Hibernia Mine Railroad, moved in 1894 to Hillsborough, and then relocated and rehabilitated in 2007 to be used on the Raritan River Greenway
Pratt through truss bridge over Raritan Power Canal on Raritan River Greenway
Open to pedestrians

Hickory Creek Stone Arch Bridge (Grundy County, Tennessee)
Built in 1912 for $639 , was abandoned in 1984 when new bridge was built alongside it.
Rare masonry stone bridge over Hickory Creek
Closed to all traffic

Hidden Lake Bridge (Du Page County, Illinois)
Bowstring pony truss bridge over East Branch Du Page River on a pedestrian walkway in the Hidden Lake Forest Preserve
Open to pedestrians

High Bridge (Muscatine County, Iowa)
Built 1891; Collapsed in 1899; Collapsed in again in 1956; Demolished in 1973
Lost Cantilevered Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Mississippi River on Walnut Street
Replaced by a new bridge upriver.

High Bridge (New York County, New York)
Built in 1848 to carry the original Croton Aqueduct; Steel arch added by the Corps of Engineers in 1927 to benefit river navigation. Reopened to pedestrians 2015.
Stone and steel arch bridge over Harlem River
Open to pedestrians and bicycles

High Bridge (Fourth) (Prince Edward County, Virginia)
built 1914; used for the last time 10/2004; donated by Norfolk Southern to the commonwealth of Virginia 12/2006; opened to pedestrians on Apr. 6, 2012
Deck plate girder bridge over Appomattox River on High Bridge Trail State Park trail
Open to pedestrians only

High Line Elevated Park (New York County, New York)
Built 1929-34; Abandoned in 1980; Faced threats of demolition in the mid-1980s and again during the Guliani administration; Conversion into a park began in 2006; Section I opened in 2009; Section II opened in 2011; Section III Opened 2014
Park built on steel stringer bridges over city streets
Open to pedestrians only

Highbridge (Hillsborough County, New Hampshire)
Stone arch bridge built in 1820. New Steel bridge sits on top of original stone arch.
Stone arch bridge over Souhegan River on Turnpike Road/Route 124
Open to traffic

Highgate Falls Bridge (Franklin County, Vermont)
Built 1887 by Berlin Iron Bridge Co.; Bypassed 1976; Rehabilitated for pedestrian use in 2000
Pin connected Lenticular through truss bridge over Missisquoi River on Mill Hill Rd
Open to pedestrians

Highland Park Footbridge (Howard County, Indiana)
Built in the 1920's, restored 2011-12
Steel stringer bridge over Kokomo Creek on path
Open to pedestrians

Highway A-7 Bridges Historic District Bridge #2 (Poinsett County, Arkansas)
Built 1922
Girder bridge over Ditch #1 on Old US 63

Highway A-7 Bridges Historic District Bridge #3 (Poinsett County, Arkansas)
Built 1928
Bridge over Ditch #1 on Old Hwy 63

Hiking Bridge (Red River County, Texas)
Pratt pony truss bridge on a pedestrian path
Open to pedestrians

Hirschdale Road Bridge (Nevada County, California)
Parker through truss bridge over Truckee River on Old Hirschdale Road
Open to pedestrians

Hobbs Bridge (Lincoln County, Tennessee)
Built 1891. Bridge closed to traffic. Deck and approaches removed in 1986.
Baltimore through truss bridge over Elk River on J.D. Suggs Road
Closed to all traffic

Holmes Street Pedestrian Bridge (Scott County, Minnesota)
Built 1927; rehabilitated 1969; bypassed by current structure in 1992 but was left in place; restored in 2011
Deck truss bridge over Minnesota River on Holmes Street (Old US 169) in Shakopee
Open to Pedestrians

Honcut Bainbridge Crossing Bridge (Butte County, California)
Built 1908
Bridge over Natchez Creek on La Porte Road at Rackerby, CA
Open to pedestrians only

Honey Creek Bridge (Macoupin County, Illinois)
Built 1920
Concrete bridge over Honey Creek on Old IL 4 (at one time US 66) between Carlinville and Gillespie, 5.8 mi. south of Carlinville
Opened to pedestrians only

Honey Run Covered Bridge 05-04-01 (Butte County, California)
Built 1886 by George Miller
Covered bridge over Honey Run on Honey Run Road
Open to pedestrians only

Hoosier Land Park Bridge (Madison County, Indiana)
Moved to this location in the late 1960's after reportedly coming off a Madison County road.
Warren pony truss with alternating verticals bridge over Pipe Creek on park road.
Open to traffic on a private road.

Hope Memorial Bridge (Falls County, Texas)
Bowstring pony truss bridge over a stream on a pedestrian path in Rosebud's city park
Open to pedestrians

Horseshoe Bend Bridge (Malheur County, Oregon)
Built 1932
Concrete stringer bridge over Malheur River on Abandoned U.S. 20
Closed to all traffic

Houck Bridge (Carroll County, Indiana)
Built 1913 over Big Walnut Creek in Putnam County. Relocated to Delphi and reopened on July 5, 2014
Pratt through truss bridge over Wabash and Erie Canal on a pedestrian path in the Wabash and Erie Canal Park
Open to pedestrians

Houck Covered Bridge 14-67-11 (Putnam County, Indiana)
Built 1880 by the Massillon Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 1994; Bypassed 2014
Two-span covered bridge over Big Walnut Creek on CR 550S
Bypassed 2014; Open to pedestrians only

Hoxie Bridge (Williamson County, Texas)
Built ca. 1900 over the San Gabriel River 3.5 miles east of Circleville, reconstructed 1921 after being damaged by a flood, dismantled in 1972, and relocated to Taylor Park in 1982
Pratt through truss bridge over a stream in the park on a pedestrian path in Taylor Park
Open to pedestrians

Huntsville Road Bridge (Madison County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1920; rehabilitated 1985 and 2013-14
Pratt through truss bridge over Fall Creek on Huntsville Road in Pendleton
Rehabilitated and reopened to traffic

Hurricane Creek Bridge (Carroll County, Indiana)
Queenpost pony truss bridge over Hurricane Creek
Under construction

Hutsell Truss Bridge (Meigs County, Tennessee)
One of the first bridges built in Meigs County, TN, 1910
Abandoned one-lane bedstead pony truss bridge over Big Sewee Creek

I & M Canal Bridge (Grundy County, Illinois)
Bedstead Pratt pony truss bridge over I and M Canal on an access to the I and M Canal Trail
Open to pedestrians

I&GN - Branch of White Rock Creek Bridge (Hill County, Texas)
Believed to have been built in 1903, replaced in 1940 by the International & Great Northern Railroad
Abandoned bridge over Branch of White Rock Creek on IGN Railroad

I&GN - Iron Ore Culvert (Wood County, Texas)
Built in 1873 when the I&GN Railroad built a line from Troup, Texas to Mineola, Texas. This section of the I&GN was called the "Jenny".
Abandoned stone culvert bridge

I&M Canal Fox River Aqueduct (LaSalle County, Illinois)
Rebuilt in 1903
I&M Canal aqueduct over Fox River
Open to Foot & Bike Traffic. Aqueduct is dry.

I&M Canal Trail - I&M Canal Bridge (Channahon) (Grundy County, Illinois)
Abandoned road bridge, now used for foot & bike trail.
Pratt pony truss bridge over Canal on the I & M Canal Trail
Open to pedestrians

Illinois Veterans Home / Sunset Cemetery Bridge (Adams County, Illinois)
Warren pony truss bridge over Cedar Creek
Open to traffic

Indiana Avenue Bridge (Elkhart County, Indiana)
Built 1898 by the Bellefontaine Bridge & Iron Co.; rehabilitated 1986
Through truss bridge over Elkhart River on Indiana Avenue in Goshen
Restored and opened to traffic

Interstate Bridge (St. Louis County, Minnesota)
Built 1897; Swing span struck and replaced 1906; replaced by Blatnik Bridge 1961, all but northern span removed 1970's
Parker through truss bridge over St. Louis River on Fishing pier (former railroad, US 53)
Open to pedestrians

Interstate Canal Bridge (Scotts Bluff County, Nebraska)
Built 1915
Pratt pony truss bridge over Interstate Canal on a bypassed section of Sugar Factory Rd (Co Rd 23)
Open to pedestrians

Iowa Hill bridge (Placer County, California)
Built in 1928 by Placer County to replace an earlier wood bridge at the same location. Replaced by Placer County in 1985, but left in place as a pedestrian bridge
Wire suspension bridge over North Fork American River on Foot traffic only
Open to pedestrians

Irish Bend Covered Bridge 37-02-09 (Benton County, Oregon)
Built 1921 at another site, Relocated to Irish Bend Road 1954, Closed 1975, Relocated to OSU location 1988
Howe through truss bridge over Oak Creek on Midge Cramer Path
Open to pedestrians

Iron Bridge (Spokane County, Washington)
Built 1911, Closed 1973, Converted to pedestrian bridge 2012
Triple-intersection lattice through truss bridge over Spokane River on Pedestrian Pathway
Open to pedestrians only

Iron Furnace Bridge (Grafton County, New Hampshire)
Built 1889 by the Berlin Iron Bridge Co.; Relocated and converted to pedestrian use 2001
Pin-connected Lenticular pony truss bridge over a tributary of Gale River on a pedestrian path
Open to pedestrians only

Iron Horse Regional Trail - Walnut Creek Bridge (Monument Boulevard) (Contra Costa County, California)
Unknown history, part of an urban railroad to trail conversion project
Pratt through truss bridge over Walnut Creek on Iron Horse Trail
Open to pedestrians

Iron Ore Creek Bridge (Grayson County, Texas)
Built around 1911 by the Midland Bridge Company of Kansas City, Missouri.It originally spanned Iron Ore Creek at Grayson County Route 597, but has been relocated to Loy Lake Park near Denison, Texas.
Warren pony truss bridge formerly over Iron Ore Creek on County Road 597
Relocated to Public Park

Island Line Trail - Lake Champlain Bridge (Chittenden County, Vermont)
Built 1901 for the Rutland Railroad; abandoned 1963
Pony/through plate girder bridge over Lake Champlain on Island Line Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Island Road Bridge over Rockaway Creek (Hunterdon County, New Jersey)
splint reinforced in 2001
Pratt pony truss bridge over Rockaway Creek on Island Road
Splint reinforced with pair of 36"x12" girders

J. Robert Chapman Memorial Bridge (Solano County, California)
Built 1906, abandoned 1960's, rehabilitated, pedestrian, 2006.
Pratt through truss bridge over Putah Creek on Pedestrian Walkway in Winters
Open to pedestrians

Jackson Avenue Low Water Crossing (Newton County, Missouri)
Built 1919
Slab bridge over Shoal Creek on Jackson Avenue
Open to traffic

Jackson's Mill Covered Bridge 38-05-25 (Bedford County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1889; rehabilitated 1992
Covered Bridge over Brush Creek on T413,Covered Bridge Road
Open with a 5 ton limit

Jamaica North Trail - Salt Creek Bridge (Lancaster County, Nebraska)
Built 1884, Approaches Rebuilt 1958; Converted to trail ca. 2006
Pratt through truss bridge over Salt Creek on Jamaica North Trail/Homestead Corridor Trail
Open to pedestrians

James Covered Bridge 14-40-02 (Jennings County, Indiana)
Built 1887 by Barron & Hole
Covered bridge over Big Graham Creek on CR 625 S
Open to one-lane traffic

Jay Cooke State Park Suspension Bridge (Carlton County, Minnesota)
Built 1923; destroyed by flood 2010; restored and reopened 2013
Wire suspension bridge over St. Louis River on Pedestrian Pathway
Bridge was restored after 2010 flood and is now open to the public!