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7th Street Improvement Arches (Ramsey County, Minnesota)
Built 1884
Stone arch bridge over RCRRA on E. 7th Street in St. Paul
Open to traffic

Alvord Lake Bridge (San Francisco County, California)
Built 1889 by Ernest L. Ransome
Reinforced concrete arch bridge over a pedestrian walkway at Golden Gate Park
Open to traffic

ASB Bridge (Jackson County, Missouri)
Opened to traffic on December 28, 1911; upper roadway deck removed 1987
Vertical-lift through truss bridge over the Missouri River on the BNSF Railway in Kansas City
Open to railroad traffic

Bailey Island Bridge (Cumberland County, Maine)
Built 1926, restoration work 2009-10
Bridge over Wills Strait on 24 in Town of Harpswell
Open to traffic

Bayonne Bridge (Hudson County, New Jersey)
Built 1931
Steel through arch bridge over Kill Van Kull between Bayonne and Staten Island
Toll bridge open to traffic

Bidwell Bar Suspension Bridge (original 1856 bridge) (Butte County, California)
Built 1856 using materials transported from Troy, NY; closed to traffic in 1954; relocated 1967
Relocated suspension bridge formerly over Feather River
Open to pedestrians

Blenheim Bridge (Schoharie County, New York)
Built 1855; bypassed 1936; lost 2011
Covered bridge over Schoharie Creek on River Road
Destroyed by flooding from Hurricane Irene on Aug 28, 2011

Bollman Bridge (Howard County, Maryland)
Built for the main line of the B&O Railroad in 1869. Moved to present location around 1887. Remained in service until 1947. Restored in 1968 (perhaps 1983).
Bollman through truss bridge over Little Patuxent River in Savage, near the intersection of Goman Road and Foundry Street
Open to pedestrians

Bridgeport Covered Bridge 05-29-01 (Nevada County, California)
Built 1862 by the Virginia Turnpike Co.; closed to traffic in 1973
Covered bridge over South Fork Yuba River on Pleasant Valley Road in South Yuba State Park
Closed to all traffic as of October 21, 2011

Brooklyn Bridge (Kings County, New York)
Opened to traffic May 24, 1883
Suspension bridge over East River between Manhattan and Brooklyn in New York
Open to traffic

Bunker Hill Covered Bridge 33-18-01 (Catawba County, North Carolina)
Built 1895; rehabilitated 1994
Covered bridge over Lyle Creek on Old US 70 at Conner Park
Open to pedestrians only

Choate Bridge (Essex County, Massachusetts)
Built 1764; widened 1838
Two-span stone arch bridge over Ipswich River on MA 1A (Main Street) in Ipswich
Open to traffic

Cornish-Windsor Covered Bridge 45-14-14 / 29-10-09 (Sullivan County, New Hampshire)
Built 1866; Tolls removed 1943; Rehabilitated 1989
Covered Town Lattice through truss bridge over Connecticut River between Cornish, NH, and Windsor, VT
Open to one-lane traffic

Cortland Street Bridge (Cook County, Illinois)
Built 1901-02
Double-leaf bascule bridge over North Branch Chicago River on W. Cortland Street in Chicago
Open to traffic

CSX - Carrollton Viaduct (Baltimore, Maryland)
Built in 1829 for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, this is the oldest railroad bridge in the world still in use.
Stone arch bridge over Gwynn's Falls
Open to traffic

Dunlap's Creek Bridge (Fayette County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1836-39; rehabilitated 1981
Cast-iron arch bridge over Dunlap Creek on PA 4003 in Brownsville
Open to traffic

Eads Bridge (St. Louis, Missouri)
Built 1869-1874 under the direction of engineer James Buchanan Eads; automobile deck closed 1989 - 2003 for rehabilitation and replacement; reopened July 4, 2003
Three-span steel arch bridge over the Mississippi River and N. Leonor K. Sullivan Blvd. in downtown St. Louis
Top deck open to four lanes of traffic with a pedestrian lane, bottom deck open to two tracks of MetroLink light rail service

Fink Through Truss Bridge (Hunterdon County, New Jersey)
Built 1858
Lost wrought iron through truss over South Branch Raritan River on CR 2 (Hamden Rd) in Hamden
Destroyed by vehicle collision in 1978

Isaac Lee Patterson Bridge (Curry County, Oregon)
Built 1930
Concrete arch bridge over Rogue River on US 101 in Gold Beach
Open to traffic

Keeseville Stone Arch Bridge (Essex County, New York)
Built 1843; rehabilitated 2000
Stone arch bridge over AuSable River on Main Street in Keeseville
Open to traffic

Keeseville Suspension Bridge (Essex County, New York)
Built 1888 by the Berlin Iron Bridge Co.
Suspension footbridge over AuSable River beyond the end of Clinton Street in Keeseville
Open to pedestrians

Lincoln Highway Columbia-Wrightsville Bridge (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1929; rehabilitated 1988
Open-spandrel arch bridge over Susquehanna River on PA 462 (Old Lincoln Highway) between Columbia and York Counties
Open to traffic

Mackinac Bridge (Emmet County, Michigan)
Opened Nov. 1, 1957
Suspension bridge over the Straits of Mackinac on I-75 at Mackinaw City
Open to traffic

MBTA - Canton Viaduct (Norfolk County, Massachusetts)
Built 1835
Massive stone arch bridge over East Branch Neponset River and Neponset Street on the MBTA Railroad
Open to traffic

Moseley Wrought Iron Arch Bridge (Essex County, Massachusetts)
Built 1864 at Pacific Mills in Lawrence; relocated 1989; reopened to foot traffic in 1995
Relocated wrought-iron through arch bridge on the grounds of Merrimack College in North Andover
Open to pedestrians

New Richmond Bridge (Allegan County, Michigan)
Built 1879 by the Milwaukee Bridge & Iron Co.; closed to traffic 1997; rehabilitated as pedestrian bridge 2003
Pony truss swing bridge over Kalamazoo River on 57th Street
Open to pedestrians

Ontonagon River Middle Branch Bridge (Ontonagon County, Michigan)
Built 1930 by Meads & Anderson; rehabilitated 1992
Steel arch bridge over Middle Branch Ontonagon River on M-28
Open to traffic

Riverside Park Bridge (Lynchburg, Virginia)
Built 1870 for Norfolk & Western RR, moved to Old Forest road for car use over N&W Mainline in 1893, then moved to current location in 1985
Fink Deck truss bridge over unknown creek on Trail
Open to pedestrians

Second Street Bridge (Allegan County, Michigan)
Built 1886 by the King Iron Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 1982
Whipple through truss bridge over Kalamazoo River on Second Street in Allegan
Open to traffic

Upper Keeseville Bridge (Essex County, New York)
Built 1878 by Murray, Dougal & Co. of Milton, PA; Closed 2008
Pin connected Pratt through truss bridge over AuSable River on River Street in Keeseville
Closed to all traffic