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PRR - Horney Creek Bridge (East side of IND 25) (Cass County, Indiana)
Part of the former Vandalia Railroad from Terre Haute to South Bend via Logansport, this bridge has been abandoned for about 40 years but is suprisingly still in decent shape.
Timber stringer bridge over Horney Creek on Formerly Penn Central (nee Pennsylvania RR, Vandalia, Logansport Terre Haute and Southwestern Railroad, others) in Logansport
Closed to all traffic

PRR - Horney Creek Bridge (West side of IND 25) (Cass County, Indiana)
Located behind residences and a church West side of Indiana 25 at it's Horney Creek bridge crossing, or due West of IND 25 and Smith Street intersect.
Timber stringer bridge over Horney Creek on Formerly Penn Central (nee Pennsylvania RR, Vandalia, Logansport Terre Haute and Southwestern Railroad, others) in Logansport
Closed to all traffic

PRR - Little Embarras River Bridge (Coles County, Illinois)
Believed to be originally built in 1916. (unconfirmed)
Abandoned timber stringer bridge over Little Embarras River
Appears the supporting structure is sound, but many of the cross ties are rotted.

PRR - RACE Tower Industrial Line Bridge (Cass County, Indiana)
This small bridge was part of the original alignment of Logansport's first rail line that left the current line at 18th Street and headed along the South side of Wabash River to South Burlington Avenue where a depot and turntable once sat.
Abandoned timber stringer bridge over unnamed ditch behind Church near Main Street(old US 35, 435) and 18th Street intersection on Formerly Conrail(nee Penn Central, Pennsylvania, Panhandle, New Castle and Richmond Railroads) in Logansport
Abandoned

PRR - Unnamed Ditch Bridge (Rush County, Indiana)
Abandoned steel stringer bridge over Unnamed Ditch on Rushville & Shelbyville Line
Abandoned

PRR - Unnamed Stream Bridge (Cass County, Indiana)
Another nice wooden trestle over a small stream that looks to be in decent condition although rail line has been abandoned here since 1968. On private property, but seen from County Road along Eel River on it's other bank.
Abandoned timber stringer bridge over unnamed stream, Eel River tributary on former Pennsylvania Railroad (Penn Central Railroad, Vandalia, Detroit and Eel River Railroads)
Abandoned

PRR - Vernon Fork Muscatatuck River Bridge (Jackson County, Indiana)
(Main design: Pratt through truss)
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Vernon Fork Muscatatuck River on Pennsylvania Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

PRR - Walnut Street Overpass (Wayne County, Indiana)
Built 1910; Removed ?
Lost Stringer bridge over Walnut Street on Pennsylvania Railroad
Removed but not replaced

PRR Drainage Bridge (Shelby County, Indiana)
Orginal for Rushville & Shelbyville Railroad in 1850, abandoned Conrail; 1976
Abandoned steel stringer bridge on Former Pennsylvania Railroad
Abandoned

PRR Ray's Crossing Bridge (Shelby County, Indiana)
Road built 1850, abandoned by Conrail in 1976
Abandoned steel stringer bridge over Branch of Lewis Creek on Abandoned Rushville & Shelbyville Railroad
Abandoned

PRR/UTC Overpass (Cass County, Indiana)
IUT Traction Company(later Indiana Railroad) went under the double tracked Panhandle(Pennsylvania RR) before arriving at the Wabash River and soon Logansport. Abutments are still there, bridge filled in and WSRY still runs the line overhead.
Lost Steel stringer bridge over Former Indiana Union Traction and small stream on Conrail, Penn Central, Pennsylvania, Chicago Great Eastern, New Castle and Richmond, other)
Removed

PRSL - Grassy Sound Bridge (Cape May County, New Jersey)
(Main design: Deck plate girder)
Built 1913 (railroad records say 1912); Abandoned 1974; demolition started but aborted by private property owner
Lost Pony/through plate girder bridge over Grassy Sound on former Pennsylvania-Reading Seashore Lines
Partially but incompletely demolished

Pruden Creek Bridge (Lewis and Clark County, Montana)
(Main design: Pratt pony truss)
Bridge over Pruden Creek
Bridge is on private property. A dirt road from the ranch to the north crosses the bridge and then veers to the east.

Pruitt Creek Bridge (Hart County, Georgia)
Built 1923, widened 1931
Concrete tee beam bridge over Pruitt Creek on CR 159/Old US 29
Replaced by a new bridge

Pryor Road Cedar Creek Bridge (Jackson County, Missouri)
(Main design: Pratt pony truss)
Evidence suggests that this was built around 1870
Lost pony truss bridge over Cedar Creek on Pryor Road in Lee's Summit
replaced by a new bridge

PSAP - Cloquallum Creek Bridge (Grays Harbor County, Washington)
(Main design: Deck plate girder)
Deck plate girder bridge over Cloquallum Creek on Puget Sound and Pacific Railroad
Open to traffic

PSAP - Satsop River Bridge (Grays Harbor County, Washington)
(Main design: Pratt through truss)
Built 1908
Bridge over Satsop River on Railroad
Open to traffic

PSAP - Wildcat Creek Bridge (Grays Harbor County, Washington)
(Main design: Pony/through plate girder)
Pony/through plate girder bridge over Wildcat Creek on Puget Sound and Pacific Railroad
Open to traffic

PTRA - Shaver Street Overpasses (Harris County, Texas)
(Main design: Pony/through plate girder)
Built 1960
Pony/through plate girder bridge over Shaver Street & Little Vince Bayou on Port Terminal RR
Open to traffic

Puchyan River Bridge Mill Street (Green Lake County, Wisconsin)
Built 1929
Stringer bridge over Puckyan River on WI Business 23 - Mill Street in Green Lake
Open to traffic

Puchyan River Bridge North (Green Lake County, Wisconsin)
Built 1926
Stringer bridge over Puchyan River on North Lawson Drive in Green Lake
Open to traffic

Puchyan River Bridge South (Green Lake County, Wisconsin)
Built 1929
Stringer bridge over Puchyan River on WI Business 23 South Lawson Drive in Green Lake
Open to traffic

Pudding Creek Bridge (Mendocino County, California)
Built 1915 as logging railroad trestle, converted to one lane logging truck bridge in 1949, ended service to vehicles in late 1970's, converted to pedestrian walkway 2007
Timber stringer bridge over Pudding Creek on California State Park Trail in Fort Bragg
Open to pedestrians

Pudding River Bridge (Clackamas County, Oregon)
Built 1931
Concrete tee beam bridge over Pudding River on Whiskey Hill Road
Open to traffic

Pudding River Relief Channel Bridge (Marion County, Oregon)
Built 1922; Widened 1932
Concrete tee beam bridge over Pudding River Relief Channel on OR-99E
Open to traffic

Puente Caño Martín Peña (San Juan, Puerto Rico)
Built 1939
Steel stringer bridge over Caño Martín Peña on Pr 25
Open to traffic

Puente Las Cabanas (Adjuntas, Puerto Rico)
Built 1919
Steel stringer bridge over Vacas River on PR 135
Open to traffic

Puente Río Abajo (Añejo) (Utuado, Puerto Rico)
Built 1973; Destroyed by Hurricane Maria 2017
Lost Stringer bridge over Río Grande de Arecibo on Rural Local Road
Destroyed by flooding

Puente Río Blanco (Naguabo, Puerto Rico)
Built 1918
Steel stringer bridge over Río Blanco on PR 3
Open to traffic

Pumphouse Wash Bridge (Coconino County, Arizona)
Built 1931
Steel stringer bridge over Oak Cr Pumphouse Wash on AZ 89A
Open to traffic

Puppy Creek Bridge (Benton County, Arkansas)
Built ca. 1940; rehabilitated 2000
Wooden deck bridge over Puppy Creek on Goad Springs Road (CR 240) in Lowell
Open to one-lane traffic

Push Lane Bridge (Union County, Illinois)
Built 1937; replaced 2005
Lost wooden deck bridge over Mill Creek on Push Lane (TR 267A) just off IL 127, 0.6 mi. north of Mill Creek
No longer exists

Puyallup Avenue Bridge (Pierce County, Washington)
(Main design: Baltimore through truss)
Built 1925
Through truss bridge over railroad tracks on Puyallup Avenue in Tacoma
Open to traffic

Puyallup Avenue Bridge (Pierce County, Washington)
(Main design: Pennsylvania through truss)
Built 1925
Through truss bridge over Puyallup River on Puyallup Avenue in Tacoma
Open to traffic

Puyallup River Bridge (Pierce County, Washington)
Built 1962
Stringer bridge over Puyallup R Rr Sr 167 on I-5
Open to traffic

PVRR - Main Street Overpass (Hampden County, Massachusetts)
(Main design: Pony/through plate girder)
Built 1892, main span replaced post-1941 with 1907 girders, removed 2010
Lost Pony/through plate girder bridge over Main Street on Pioneer Valley RR (former NH Canal Line)
Removed; will eventually be replaced with a trail bridge

PW - Route 157 Overpass (Middlesex County, Connecticut)
Built 1925
Steel stringer bridge over CT 157/Reeds Gap Road on P&W Middletown Branch
Open to traffic

PW - Woonsocket Viaduct (Providence County, Rhode Island)
(Main design: Deck plate girder)
Built 1915
Deck plate girder bridge over Blackstone River, Truman Drive, Clinton Street, and Main Street on P&W Providence Main
Open to traffic

Pymatuning Dam Bridge (Crawford County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1932
Concrete tee beam bridge over Pymatuning Dam Overflow (Shenango River) on Dam Road
Open to traffic

Q Street Viaduct (Old) (Douglas County, Nebraska)
(Main design: Parker through truss)
Built 1908
Parker through truss over Railroad Yard on Q Street
Removed

QO&KC Waddell "A" Truss Bridge (Clinton County, Missouri)
(Main design: Waddell "A" through truss)
Built 1898 for the QO&KC, converted to highway use in 1953, dismantled 1981, relocated 1987.
Waddell "A" through truss bridge over Linn Branch on QO&KC RR, Later county Route D
Site innundated, bridge relocated to Parkville, MO.

Quaker Lake Bridge and Dam (Cattaraugus County, New York)
Stringer bridge over QUAKER LAKE OUTLT on RTE 280
Open to traffic

Quapaw Creek Bridge (Lincoln County, Oklahoma)
Built 1930
Steel stringer bridge over Quapaw Creek on N3460. This is so unusual, with lally collumn piers just like a pony truss.


Quarry Road Bridge (Los Angeles County, California)
Abandoned steel tee beam bridge over San Gabriel River on a Quarry Road in Duarte
Abandoned

Quarry Road Bridge (Jo Daviess County, Illinois)
Built 1901
Steel stringer bridge over a tribute of Spafford Creek on N Quarry Road
Open to traffic

Quartz Creek Bridge (Kenai Peninsula Borough, Alaska)
Built 1958
Wooden bridge over Quartz Creek on Quartz Creek Road in Cooper Landing
Open to traffic

Quasqueton Avenue Bridge (Buchanan County, Iowa)
Built 1936
Steel stringer bridge over Small Stream on Quasqueton Avenue
Open to traffic

Queeche Covered Bridge 45-14-A #2 (Windsor County, Vermont)
Built 2012
Covered concrete beam bridge over Ottauquechee River on Waterman Hill Road
Open to traffic

Queen Isabella Causeway (Cameron County, Texas)
Built 1974
Steel stringer bridge over Intracoastal Waterway on Pr 100 in South Padre Island
Open to traffic

Quince Street Bridge (San Diego County, California)
Built in 1905
Timber stringer bridge over Maple Canyon on Pedestrian walkway
Open to pedestrians only

Quincy-Adams Trail - US18 Overpass (Cerro Gordo County, Iowa)
Built 1958
Steel stringer bridge over 5th Street (IA-122) on Quincy-Adams Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Quines Creek Covered Bridge 37-10-08x (Douglas County, Oregon)
(Main design: Smith through truss)
Built 1913, Replaced 1958
Lost Smith through truss bridge over Cow Creek on Quines Creek Road
Replaced by new bridge

Qw Lane Overpass (Boone County, Iowa)
Timber stringer bridge over High Trestle Trail on Qw Lane
Open to traffic

Raccoon Creek Bridge (Gloucester County, New Jersey)
Built 1940
Steel stringer bridge over Raccoon Creek on NJ Route 45 (Main St.)
Open to traffic

Raccoon Creek Garners Ford Rd. (CR 37) Bridge (Gallia County, Ohio)
(Main design: Pratt through truss)
Through truss bridge over Raccoon Creek on Garners Ford Rd. (CR 37)
Open to traffic

Radium Springs Rio Grande Bridge (Dona Ana County, New Mexico)
Built 1933, made into a pedestrian bridge in 2003 when replacement bridge was built.
Timber stringer bridge over Rio Grande on an old alignment of NM 185
Open to pedestrians

Raft Island Bridge (Pierce County, Washington)
Built 1957; replaced 2014
Lost timber stringer bridge over Henderson Bay on Raft Island Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Rail Street Bridge (Marquette County, Michigan)
Built 1936
Steel stringer bridge over Silver Street (Business M-28) on Rail Street
Open to traffic

Railroad Bridge over TN 68 (Polk County, Tennessee)
(Main design: Steel stringer)
Built 1960
Bridge over TN 68 & Shadwick Branch on CSX Railroad
Open to traffic

Railroad Lane Bridge (Allamakee County, Iowa)
(Main design: Steel stringer)
Built 1900
Steel Stringer bridge over Paint Creek on Railroad Lane
Open to traffic

Railroad Street Bridge (Montgomery County, Maryland)
Built 1954
Steel stringer bridge over CSX railroad on East Deer Park Dr.
Open to traffic

Railroad Trestle NW of Garland (Park County, Wyoming)
Bridge over Drainage Creek on Railroad
Old

Railroad Trestle Trail Bridge (Middlesex County, Massachusetts)
BERy service ended 1946
Concrete stringer bridge on Railroad Trestle Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Rainbow Bridge (Henry County, Illinois)
(Main design: Queenpost pony truss)
Built 1916
Queenpost pony truss bridge over BNSF RR on E 1850 St/Hayes Road 2 mi. SW of Galva
Closed to all traffic

Rainbow Viaduct (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Built 1918; dedicated on May 19, 1919
Concrete tee beam bridge over Morris Avenue & the Railroad on Richard Arrington, Jr. Boulevard
Open to traffic

Ramsey Creek Bridge (Pike County, Missouri)
Built 1953; rehabilitated 1994
Steel stringer bridge over Ramsey Creek on Route W
Open to traffic

Ramsey Creek Bridge (Pike County, Missouri)
Abandoned steel stringer bridge over Ramsey Creek on former Route D
Derelict/abandoned

Ramsour Road Bridge (Ashley County, Arkansas)
Built 1972
Wooden bridge over Coffee Creek Relief on Ramsour Road (CR 11) at Mill Pond southwest of Crossett in West Crossett
Open to one-lane traffic

Ranbarger Hollow Bridge (Union County, Illinois)
Lost wooden deck bridge over a branch of Clear Creek on Rhine Road, southwest of Alto Pass
Replaced by a new bridge

Rancheria Creek Bridge (Mendocino County, California)
Built 1935
Concrete stringer bridge over Rancheria Creek on Mountain View Road
Open to traffic

Rancho Calaveras Bridge (Calaveras County, California)
(Main design: Pratt through truss)
Abandoned Pratt through truss bridge over Calaveras River on Abandoned Road
Abandoned with some deterioration

Randall Street Bridge (Providence County, Rhode Island)
Built 1916
Steel stringer bridge over Moshassuck River on Randall Street
Open to traffic

Randolph Bridge (Riley County, Kansas)
(Main design: Stringer)
Built 1962
Stringer bridge over Big Blue River/Tuttle Creek Reservoir on K-16
Open to traffic

Randolph Bridge (Kennebec County, Maine)
Built 1980
Steel stringer bridge over Kennebec River + Mcrr on Rte 9-27
Open to traffic

Randolph Bridge (Jefferson County, West Virginia)
Built 1974
Timber stringer bridge over Shenendoah Canal on Pedestrian trail
Open to pedestrians only

Randolph County Road 2580 Bridge (Randolph County, Missouri)
Built ca. 1940
Wooden stringer bridge over the KCS Railroad on CR 2580
Open to traffic

Randy Jennings Memorial Bridge (Butte County, California)
Built in 2000 to replace the old Feather River Bridge that was built in 1921. Dedicated to Randy Jennings, a Butte County Sheriff's Deputy who was killed in the line of duty on May 21, 1997.
Bridge over Feather River on Highway 162
Open to traffic

Rankin Creek Bridge (Perry County, Arkansas)
Built 1956
Beam bridge over Rankin Creek on Sh 113
Open to traffic

Rapid Creek Bridge (Pennington County, South Dakota)
Timber stringer bridge over Rapid Creek on Creek Drive in Rapid City
Open to traffic

Raritan Valley Line Bridge (Somerset County, New Jersey)
Built 1886; rehabilitated 1949
Timber stringer bridge on 1886 cast iron bents over Raritan Valley Line on River Road
Open to traffic

Raterman Road Bridge (Lincoln County, Missouri)
Bridge over Big Lead Creek on Raterman Road
Open to traffic

Rattlesnake Creek Bridge (Franklin County, Arkansas)
Built 1948
Steel stringer bridge over Rattlesnake Creek on SH 217
Open to traffic

Rattlesnake Creek Bridge (Missoula County, Montana)
Built 1932
Concrete tee beam bridge over Rattlesnake Creek on E Front Street
Open to traffic

Raum Road Bridge (Ray County, Missouri)
(Main design: Steel stringer)
Built ca. 1940
Wooden deck bridge over Union Pacific Railroad on Raum Road
Open to traffic

Ravine Road East Bradford Twp, PA (Chester County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1913
Stringer bridge over Branch Valley Creek on Ravine Road in East Bradforf Township, PA
Open to traffic

Ray Hill Road Bridge (Allegany County, New York)
Stringer bridge over Dyke Creek on RAY HILL ROAD
Open to traffic

Raystown Branch Juniata River Bridge (Bedford County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1933; rehabilitated 2007
Concrete tee beam bridge over Raystown Branch Juniata River on PA 31 (Allegheny Road)
Open to traffic

Raytown Road Bridge (Jackson County, Missouri)
Built 1904; reduced to one-way traffic in 2004; rehabilitated 2005
Wooden trestle bridge over the inactive Rock Island Railroad on Raytown Road in Raytown
Open to one-lane northbound traffic

RCP&E - Bad River Bridge #10 (Stanley County, South Dakota)
(Main design: Quadrangular lattice through truss)
Built 1886 in Winona, Minnesota; Relocated here Ca. 1928
Quadrangular lattice through truss bridge over Bad River on Dakota, Minnesota, and Eastern Railroad
Open to traffic

RCP&E - Bad River Bridge #11 (Stanley County, South Dakota)
(Main design: Quadrangular lattice through truss)
Built 1924
Quadrangular lattice through truss bridge over Bad River on Rapid City, Pierre & Eastern Railroad
Open to traffic

RCP&E - Bad River Bridge #13 (Stanley County, South Dakota)
(Main design: Quadrangular lattice through truss)
Built 1885 in Winona, Minnesota; Relocated here Ca. 1928
Quadrangular lattice through truss bridge over Bad River on Rapid City, Pierre & Eastern Railroad
Open to traffic

RCP&E - Bad River Bridge #14 (Stanley County, South Dakota)
(Main design: Quadrangular lattice through truss)
Built 1885 in Winona, Relocated here Ca. 1928
Quadrangular lattice through truss bridge over Bad River on Rapid City, Pierre & Eastern Railroad
Open to traffic

RCP&E - Bad River Bridge #15 (Stanley County, South Dakota)
(Main design: Quadrangular lattice through truss)
Built 1924
Quadrangular lattice through truss bridge over Bad River on Rapid City, Pierre & Eastern Railroad
Open to traffic

RCP&E - Bad River Bridge #16 (Stanley County, South Dakota)
(Main design: Quadrangular lattice through truss)
Built 1906
Quadrangular lattice through truss bridge over Bad River on Rapid City, Pierre & Eastern Railroad
Open to traffic

RCP&E - Bad River Bridge #3 (Haakon County, South Dakota)
(Main design: Quadrangular lattice through truss)
Built 1885 in Winona, Minnesota; Relocated here Ca. 1928
Quadrangular lattice through truss bridge over Bad River on Rapid City, Pierre & Eastern Railroad
Open to traffic

RCP&E - Bad River Bridge #4 (Haakon County, South Dakota)
(Main design: Quadrangular lattice through truss)
Built 1886 in Winona, Minnesota; Relocated here Ca. 1928
Quadrangular lattice through truss bridge over Bad River on Rapid City, Pierre & Eastern Railroad
Open to traffic

RCP&E - Bad River Bridge #6 (Haakon County, South Dakota)
(Main design: Quadrangular lattice through truss)
Built 1886 in Winona, Minnesota; Relocated here Ca. 1928
Quadrangular lattice through truss bridge over Bad River on Rapid City, Pierre & Eastern Railroad
Open to traffic

RCP&E - Bad River Bridge #7 (Jones County, South Dakota)
(Main design: Quadrangular lattice through truss)
Built 1885 in Winona, Minnesota; Relocated here Ca. 1928
Quadrangular lattice through truss bridge over Bad River on Rapid City, Pierre & Eastern Railroad
Open to traffic

RCP&E - Belle Fourche River Bridge (Butte County, South Dakota)
(Main design: Pony/through plate girder)
Built 1916, Approaches Replaced 2007
Pony/through plate girder bridge over Belle Fourche River on Rapid City, Pierre & Eastern Railroad
Open to traffic

RCP&E - Cheyenne River Bridge (Pennington County, South Dakota)
(Main design: Warren through truss with all verticals)
Built 1927, Using two 1885 Spans
Through truss bridge over Cheyenne River on Rapid City, Pierre & Eastern Railroad
Open to traffic