Aqueduct

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A.C.I.D. Flume Bridge (Shasta County, California)
Built in 1918 as part of the Anderson Cottonwood Irrigation District's main canal
Open-spandrel arch bridge over Anderson Gulch on A.C.I.D in Anderson
Open to traffic

Allegheny Aqueduct (Berks County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1824. Operated for commerce until 1919. Abandoned in 1931. Restored in 1989.
Stone arch bridge over Allegheny Creek on Aqueduct
Partial collapse under the eastern most span. Appears to still hold storm water / aqueduct trough not affected.

Animas River Aqueduct (San Juan County, New Mexico)
Pratt through truss bridge over Animas River on an aqueduct


Aqueduct Bridge (1st) (Washington, District of Columbia)
Built 1833-43, replaced 1868
Lost Timber stringer bridge over Potomac on Canal
Replaced by new bridge

Aqueduct Bridge (2nd) (Washington, District of Columbia)
Built 1868 replaced 1887
Lost Howe deck truss bridge over Potomac River on Canal and Road
Replaced by new bridge

Aqueduct Bridge (3rd) (Washington, District of Columbia)
Built 1887, superstructured added in 1904 for Electric Trolley
Lost Pratt deck truss bridge over Potomac River on Road/Electric Railroad
Lost

Aqueduct Number 5 over Eel River for Wabash and Erie Canal (Cass County, Indiana)
Canal opened Logansport up for trade, but this aqueduct played an important role in crossing the Eel River on it route from Toledo to Evansville during the mid 1800's. Canal was abandoned in 1876.
Lost Bridge over Eel River on Wabash and Erie Canal in Logansport
Lost

Bear River Canal Malad Flume (Box Elder County, Utah)
Built early 1900s
Lost Deck truss bridge over Malad River on Bear River Canal
Lost

Bow Ridge Aqueduct (Indiana County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1827
Lost stone arch aqueduct over Conemaugh River on former Pennsylvania Main Line Canal
Demolished

C&O Canal Antietam Creek Aqueduct (Washington County, Maryland)
Built 1834
Stone arch bridge over Antietam Creek


C&O Canal Catoctin Creek Aqueduct (Frederick County, Maryland)
Partially collapsed by flooding 1973; rebuilt and reopened 2011
Stone arch bridge over Catoctin Creek on C&O Canal Towpath Path (former Chesapeake & Ohio Canal)
Open to pedestrians

C&O Canal Conococheague Creek Aqueduct (Washington County, Maryland)
Built 1834
Three-span stone arch bridge over Conococheague Creek on the C&O Canal
Open to pedestrians

C&O Canal Fifteen Mile Creek Aqueduct (Allegany County, Maryland)
Suspected build date 1835-1850
Stone arch bridge over Fiftteen Mile Creek on C&O Canal
Open to pedestrians

C&O Canal Tonolaway Creek Aqueduct (Washington County, Maryland)
Stone arch bridge over Tonolaway Creek on the C&O Canal


C&O Canal Town Creek Aqueduct (Allegany County, Maryland)
Built 1850
Stone arch bridge over Town Creek on Chesapeake and Ohio Canal & Towpath
Open to pedestrians only

Cabin John Aqueduct Bridge (Montgomery County, Maryland)
Built 1853-63; rehabilitated 2001
Stone arch bridge over Cabin John Creek on Macarthur Blvd.
Open to traffic

Cochituate Aqueduct Bridge (Middlesex County, Massachusetts)
Built 1848
Abandoned stone arch bridge over Charles River on Cochituate Aqueduct
Derelict/abandoned

Crescent Aqueduct (Albany County, New York)
Built 1825; Removed 1915
Lost Stone arch bridge over Mohawk River on Erie Canal
Removed

Croton Aqueduct Bridge (Westchester County, New York)
Stone arch bridge over Broadway, Kill Brook on Croton Aqueduct
Open to traffic

Delaware Aqueduct (Pike County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1848 by John A. Roebling to carry the Delaware & Hudson Canal; later converted for highway traffic; rehabilitated 1985
Suspension bridge over Delaware River on the former Delaware & Hudson Canal
Open to traffic

Dry Creek Viaduct (Stanislaus County, California)
Open-spandrel arch bridge over Dry Creek
Open to traffic

Duck Creek Aqueduct Covered Bridge 14-24-11 (Franklin County, Indiana)
Built 1847; rebuilt 1949
Covered aqueduct carrying Whitewater Canal over Duck Creek at Metamora
Closed awaiting repairs after heavy rains in Fall 2016.

Dumbarton Hetch Hetchy Pipeline Bridge (San Mateo County, California)
Built 1925
Pratt through truss bridge across a portion of San Francisco Bay on Hetch Hetchy Water Project
Open to maintenance personel only

Echo Bridge (Middlesex County, Massachusetts)
Built 1878
Stone arch bridge over Charles River on Sudbury Aqueduct
Open to pedestrians only

EMRR - Colorado River Aqueduct Bridge (Riverside County, California)
Built 1947, Abandoned 1986
Abandoned steel stringer bridge over Colorado River Aqueduct on Eagle Mountain Railroad
Abandoned

Erie Canal Seneca River Aqueduct (Cayuga County, New York)
Built 1849 ; Majority removed 1917
Lost Stone arch bridge over Seneca River on Erie Canal
Removed

Fall Creek Aqueduct (Marion County, Indiana)
Built 1904 to replace a previous structure washed away by flooding
Open-spandrel arch bridge over Fall Creek on Central Canal
Open to traffic

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

Grace Aqueduct (Caribou County, Idaho)
Closed-spandrel arch bridge carrying an Acqueduct over Bear River


Hanamaulu Creek Aqueduct Bridge (Kauai County, Hawaii)
Abandoned open-spandrel arch bridge over Hanamaulu Creek on Aqueduct (abandoned)
Derelict/abandoned

Hennepin Canal Aqueduct #1 (Bureau County, Illinois)
Built between 1892-1907 Replaced pedestrian bridge to carry trail
Lost Bridge over East Bureau Creek on Hennepin Canal
Lost / Replaced with pedestrian bridge to restore bike path

Hennepin Canal Aqueduct #2 (Bureau County, Illinois)
Built between 1892-1907. Lost in 1998 flood.
Hennepin Canal aqueduct over Big Bureau Creek
Lost in 1998 flood. Replaced with pedestrian bridge to restore bike path

Hennepin Canal Aqueduct #3 (Bureau County, Illinois)
Built between 1892-1907
Hennepin Canal aqueduct over West Bureau Creek
Open to pedestrian & canoe traffic

Hennepin Canal Aqueduct #4 (Bureau County, Illinois)
Built between 1892-1907
Hennepin Canal aqueduct over Cole Creek
Open to pedestrian and canoe traffic

Hennepin Canal Aqueduct #5 (Henry County, Illinois)
Built between 1892-1907
Aqueduct over Mud Creek on Hennepin Canal NW of Annawan
Open to canoe and pedestrian traffic

Hennepin Canal Aqueduct #6 (Henry County, Illinois)
Built between 1892 - 1907
Aqueduct over Spring Creek on Hennepin Canal 3 mi NW of Atkinson
Open to canoe & pedestrian traffic

Hennepin Canal Aqueduct #7 (Henry County, Illinois)
Built between 1892 - 1907
Aqueduct over Geneseo Creek on Hennepin Canal
Open to canoe & pedestrian traffic

Hennepin Canal Aqueduct #8 (Henry County, Illinois)
Built between 1892-1907
Lost Aqueduct over Green River on Hennepin Canal
Removed. Replaced with pedestrian bridge to carry trail over river

Hennepin Canal Feeder Aqueduct #9 (Bureau County, Illinois)
Built 1904
Bridge over Green River on Hennepin Canal Feeder
Open to pedestrian and canoe traffic

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

I&M Canal Aux Sable Aqueduct (Grundy County, Illinois)
Built in 1847, Rebuilt in 1927
Bridge over Aux Sable Creek on I&M Canal
Open to foot, bike and canoe traffic

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 Little Vermillion Aqueduct (LaSalle County, Illinois)
Aqueduct over Little Vermillion River on I&M Canal
Open to foot, bike and canoe traffic

I&M Canal Nettle Creek Aqueduct (Grundy County, Illinois)
Built in 1847 Rebuilt a few times. Current looks like CCC work
Bridge over Nettle Creek on I&M Canal
Destroyed by flooding

Jacks Narrows Aqueduct (Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1830CA
Lost Aqueduct over Juniata River on Former Pennsylvania Canal
No longer exists, only the 2 piers remain

Kings River Canal Bridge (Kings County, California)
Pratt through truss bridge over Kings River on Water flume canal
Open to traffic

Maginnis Irrigation Aqueduct (Kimball County, Nebraska)
Built 1912
Abandoned timber stringer bridge over Low land
Derelict/abandoned

Mazourka Canyon Road Bridge (Inyo County, California)
Built 1919; rehabilitated 1947
Steel stringer bridge over Los Angeles Aqueduct on Mazourka Canyon Road
Open to traffic

Miami & Erie Canal Aqueduct (Montgomery County, Ohio)
Washed out in 1913 flood
Lost Aqueduct over Mad River on the Miami & Eric Canal
Destroyed by flood

Mission Espada Aqueduct (Bexar County, Texas)
Built between 1731 and 1745
Stone arch bridge over Piedras Creek on Acequia Madre
Still carries water

Mount Union Pennsylvania Canal Aqueduct (Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania)
Built in 1830CA
Lost Aqueduct over Juniata River on Former Pennsylvania Canal
No longer exists

Mud Creek Aqueduct (Wayne County, New York)
Built 1858
stone arch aqueduct over Ganargua Creek (Mud Creek) on Erie Canal Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians only

NH - Salmon Brook Arch (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Built 1829; replaced between 1934 and 1944
Lost Stone arch bridge over Salmon Brook on New Haven Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

Old Wenatchee Bridge (Chelan County, Washington)
Built 1908; bypassed by new highway bridge in 1950; reopened to pedestrians in 2010
Cantilevered through truss bridge over Columbia River carrying a pedestrian walkway and pipeline
Open to pedestrians

Pecos River Flume (Eddy County, New Mexico)
Built 1903
Four-span concrete arch aqueduct carrying Southern Main Canal over Pecos River at Carlsbad
Still carries water

Picacho Canal Aqueduct (Dona Ana County, New Mexico)
Truss bridge over Rio Grande on Picacho Canal
Open

Powell Creek Bridge (Dauphin County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1860
Three-span stone arch bridge over Powell Creek on PA 147
Open to traffic

Rexford Aqueduct (Schenectady County, New York)
Built 1842; Major sections removed 1918
Stone arch bridge over Mohawk River on Erie Canal


Schoharie Creek Aqueduct (Montgomery County, New York)
Built 1839-1841, put into service 1845; six arches demolished 1915; three more have collapsed since
Stone arch bridge over Schoharie Creek on the Erie Canal towpath at Fort Hunter
Derelict/abandoned

Seneca Aqueduct (Montgomery County, Maryland)
Built 1833, One span collasped after flooding in 1971
Brick arch bridge over Seneca Creek on C&O Canal Path
Open to pedestrians

Silver Creek Wabash and Erie Canal Aqueduct (Huntington County, Indiana)
Built to carry the canal over the former Woodworth's Creek, originally made of timber then limestone, one of Huntington County's most endangered historical sites. Seen from US 24 near 750 West.
Stone arch bridge over Silver Creek(formerly known as Woodworth's Creek in mid 1850's) on Former Wabash and Erie Canal
Closed to all traffic

Spring Mill Park Aqueduct (Lawrence County, Indiana)
Built 1830's to run water downhill from Hamer Cave Spring
Timber stringer bridge over Land on Hamer Cave Spring to Mill
Open to traffic

St. Mary River Aqueduct Bridge (Glacier County, Montana)
Built 1915 by the Minneapolis Bridge Co.; bypassed 2008
Two-span through truss bridge over St. Mary River on CR 224, also carrying a pair of water pipelines
Closed to traffic, but still carries pipelines

Sunol Aqueduct (Flume Bridge) (Alameda County, California)
Built between 1920-1925 by the Spring Valley Water Company
Abandoned open-spandrel arch bridge
Abandoned

Tohickon Creek Aqueduct (Bucks County, Pennsylvania)
Originally built in 1832. Out of commission for ten years prior to 2001 reopening.
Bridge over Tohickon Creek on Delaware Canal at Point Pleasant, PA
Open to pedestrians

UP - Moffat Tunnel (Grand County, Colorado)
Built 1923-1928
Tunnel under Continental Divide west of Denver on Union Pacific RR
Open to railroad traffic, including Amtrak's California Zephyr and Ski Train

Waban Arches Bridge (Norfolk County, Massachusetts)
Built 1875
Stone arch bridge over Waban Brook on Sudbury Aqueduct
Open to pedestrians only

Wabash and Erie Canal Lagro Creek Aqueduct (Wabash County, Indiana)
Once carried canal boats over Lagro Creek on their journey from Toledo, Ohio to Evansville, Indiana and points in between. Canal abandoned in or about 1870's.
Lost Stone arch bridge over Lagro Creek on Formerly W&E Canal
Lost

Wachusett Aqueduct Bridge (Worcester County, Massachusetts)
Built 1896
Stone arch bridge over Assabet River & Hudson Street on Wachusett Aqueduct
Open

Wappingers Falls Flume (Dutchess County, New York)
Pratt through truss bridge over Wappinger Creek on Flume
Open to a flume

Wenatchee River Aqueduct Bridge (Chelan County, Washington)
Pratt deck truss bridge over Wenatchee River on Aqueduct
Open to water

Weston Aqueduct Bridge (Middlesex County, Massachusetts)
Built 1903
Pipe arch bridge over Sudbury River on Weston Aqueduct
Open to pedestrians only