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CSX Lake Greenwood Bridge (Greenwood County, South Carolina)
Through truss bridge over Lake Greenwood/Saluda River on CSX Railroad, (CSXT), Spartanburg Subdivision
Open to traffic

CSX Santee River Bridge (Calhoun County, South Carolina)
Pony plate girder bridge over Santee River/Lake Marion on CSX Transportation, Orangeburg Subdivision
Open to traffic

CSX Satilla River Bridge (Ware County, Georgia)
Built in the 1920's by the Virginia Bridge & Iron Co.
Warren through truss bridge over Satilla River on CSX Transportation (formerly Atlantic Coast Line Railroad)
Open to traffic

CSX-Great Pee Dee River Railroad Bridge (Chesterfield County, South Carolina)
Pratt through truss bridge over Great Pee Dee River on CSX
Open to traffic

Cumberland River Bridge (Wilson County, Tennessee)
Built 1954; Demolished 2014
Lost Through truss bridge over Cumberland River on TN 109 in Gallatin
Replaced by a new bridge

Dan Patch Bridge (Scott County, Minnesota)
Built 1908 to carry dual tracks, but one track later converted to highway use, highway discontinued in the 1980's
Pratt through truss bridge over Minnesota River on Canadian Pacific Railway
Intact but closed to all traffic

Delaware Avenue Bridge (Erie County, New York)
Built 1930; rehabilitated 2001
Three-span pony truss bridge over Barge Canal (Erie Canal) on Delaware Street (NY 384) between Tonawanda and North Tonawanda
Open to traffic

Derby-Shelton Bridge (Fairfield County, Connecticut)
Built 1918
Five-span concrete arch bridge over Housatonic River on CT 712 (Bridge Street) in Shelton
Open to traffic

DL&W - Morris & Essex Canal Bridge (Passaic County, New Jersey)
Lost Deck plate girder bridge over Morris & Essex Canal on Delaware Lackawanna & Western RR
No longer exists

Dover Bridge (Talbot County, Maryland)
Built 1932, to be replaced by bypass bridge by 2016 and preserved as fishing pier
Warren truss swing bridge over Choptank River on MD 331
Open to traffic

DSRC - Chamberlain Bridge (Brule County, South Dakota)
Built 1953 with the construction of Francis Case Lake, replacing an earlier 1923 bridge
Polygonal Warren through truss bridge over Missouri River (Francis Case Lake) on Dakota Southern Railroad
Open to traffic, but rarely used

Duvall Bridge (Prince George's County, Maryland)
Built in 1907
Pratt pony truss bridge over Patuxent River on Duvall Bridge Road
Recently restored

Earl M. Vickers Bridge (Fayette County, West Virginia)
Built 1956
Through truss bridge over Kanawha River on WV 6 in Smithers and Montgomery
Open to traffic

Eighth Street Bridge (Passaic County, New Jersey)
Built 1914; rehabilitated 1965
Pony truss bridge over Passaic River on Eighth Street in Passaic
No longer exists

EIRR - Snake River Bridge (Cassia County, Idaho)
Built Ca. 1890
Whipple through truss bridge over Snake River on Eastern Idaho Railroad (EIRR)
Open to traffic

EJP County Line Bridge (Big Horn County, Wyoming)
Built 1917
Parker pony truss bridge over Nowood River on County Road CN9-60
Intact but closed to all traffic

EL - Passaic River Bridge (Passaic County, New Jersey)
Built 1892
Pratt through truss bridge over Passaic River on Erie Lackawanna RR
No longer exists

Elmwood Avenue Bridge (Providence County, Rhode Island)
Built 1918; rehabilitated 1990
Concrete arch bridge over Pawtuxet River on US 1 in Cranston
Open to traffic

Emerson E. Harrington Bridge (Dorchester County, Maryland)
Built 1935, bypassed by new bridge 1987 and converted to fishing piers with removal of center spans
Through truss bridge over Choptank River on US-50
Center truss spans and piers removed after new bridge opened 1987; approaches on both side open to pedestrians only as a fishing pier

Enoree River Bridge (Laurens County, South Carolina)
Built 1949, first bridge at this location
Steel stringer bridge over Enoree River on US-221
Open to traffic

Escambia River Bridge (Escambia County, Florida)
Replaced 1955
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Escambia River on Us90 Sr10 in Pensacola
Replaced by new bridge

Fifth Avenue Bridge (Passaic County, New Jersey)
Built 1905; rehabilitated 1967
Through truss bridge over Passaic River on Fifth Avenue in Paterson
Open to traffic

FIMX - Piney Creek Trestle (Cumberland County, Tennessee)
Deck plate girder bridge over Piney Creek on Norfolk Southern Railroad Spur
Open to traffic

First Bismarck Railroad Bridge (Burleigh County, North Dakota)
Built in 1882 under the direction of George Morison; superstructure replaced 1905
Lost through and deck truss bridge over the Missouri River carrying the Northern Pacific Railway in Bismarck
Orginal Whipple truss spans replaced with through Warren truss spans, reusing the original piers

Fishing Bridge (Park County, Wyoming)
Timber stringer bridge over Yellowstone River on Entrance Road
Open to traffic

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

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

Florence Bridge (Pike County, Illinois)
Built 1929; rehabilitated 1981; closed June 28, 2012, Weight limit reduced in the last month due to structural issues
Vertical-lift through truss bridge over the Illinois River on IL 100/IL 106 (Old US 36) in Florence
Open to traffic with temporary weight restriction

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

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 Bears Bridge (Original) (Mercer County, North Dakota)
Built 1934; Garrison Dam built 1943 and flooded Fort Berthold Indian Reservation to create Lake Sakakawea; Main span moved and installed on the new Four Bear Bridge location 1955
Lost Through truss bridge over Missouri River on ND 8
No longer exists

Four Corners Bridge (Haakon County, South Dakota)
Built 1930
Through truss bridge over Cheyenne River on Four Corners Road
Open to traffic

Francis Scott Key Bridge (Baltimore, Maryland)
Built 1976
Steel through arch bridge over Patapsco River/Baltimore Harbor on Maryland Route 695 (Interstate 695)
Open to traffic

Frank J. Wood Bridge (Cumberland County, Maine)
Built 1932 by the Boston Bridge Works; rehabilitated 1985
Through truss bridge over Androscoggin River on US 201 in Brunswick and Topsham
Open to traffic

Freeport Bridge (Sacramento County, California)
Built 1929; rehabilitated 1955
Bascule bridge over Sacramento River in Sacramento
Open to traffic

George Crady Bridge Fishing Pier State Park (Nassau County, Florida)
Built 1948; Replaced by the adjacent bridge in 1999; Converted to pedestrian use 2003
Deck plate girder swing bridge over Nassa Sound on George Crady Bridge Fishing Pier State Park
Open to pedestrians only

George P. Coleman Memorial Bridge (York County, Virginia)
Built 1952; rehabilitated 1996
Swing bridge over York River on US 17 in Gloucester Point
Open to traffic

Gervais Street Bridge (Richland County, South Carolina)
Built 1927
Open-spandrel arch bridge over Congaree River on US 1 in Columbia
Open to traffic

Gilmerton Bridge (New) (Chesapeake, Virginia)
Built 2014
Through truss bridge over South Branch Elizabeth River on Military Highway
Open to traffic

Glen Road Bridge (Fairfield County, Connecticut)
Built 1936; rehabilitated 1986
Through truss bridge over Housatonic River on CT 816 (Glen Road) in Newtown
Open to traffic

Golden Gate Bridge (San Francisco County, California)
Built 1937
Suspension bridge over San Francisco Bay on US 101 at San Francisco
Open to traffic

Goodbars Bridge (Warren County, Tennessee)
Built in 1923 or 1924, bypassed by new bridge in 1968
Abandoned open-spandrel arch bridge over Rocky River on Old TN 30
Abandoned

Governor's Bridge (Prince George's County, Maryland)
Built 1912
Through truss bridge over Patuxent River on Governor Bridge Road in Bowie
Open to one-lane traffic

Grand Street Bridge (Kings County, New York)
Built 1901; rehabilitated 1973
Swing bridge over Newtown Creek on Grand Street in New York
Open to traffic

Great Egg Harbor Bridge (Atlantic County, New Jersey)
Built 1954
Girder bridge over Great Egg Harbor&Hrbr Road on Garden St Pkwy Sb
Replaced by a new bridge

Great Egg Harbor Bridge (Atlantic County, New Jersey)
Built 1973
Girder bridge over Great Egg Harbor on Garden St Pkwy Nb
Open to traffic

Great Pee Dee River Bridge (Marion County, South Carolina)
Built 1946
Lost Girder bridge over Great Pee Dee River on US 76
Replaced by a new bridge

Great Pee Dee River Bridge (Marion County, South Carolina)
Built 1955
Lost Girder bridge over Great Pee Dee River on US-378, SC-41
Replaced by a new bridge

Greater New Orleans Bridge (Orleans Parish, Louisiana)
Built 1957, opened to traffic April 15, 1958
Through truss bridge over the Mississippi River on westbound Business US 90 in New Orleans
Open to traffic

Greenpoint Avenue Bridge (Kings County, New York)
Built 1988
Girder bridge over Newtown Creek on Greenpoint Avenue
Open to traffic

Greenpoint Avenue Bridge (Old) (Queens County, New York)
Built 1900; Burned down in the Locust Hill Oil Refinery disaster 1919
Lost Through truss bridge over Newtown Creek on Greenpoint Avenue
Replaced by a new bridge

Gregory Avenue Bridge (Passaic County, New Jersey)
Built 1906; rehabilitated 1989
Through truss bridge over Passaic River on Gregory Avenue in Passaic
Open to traffic

GSWR - Ocmulgee River Bridge (Wilcox County, Georgia)
Built 1952
Deck plate girder bridge over Ocmulgee River on Georgia Southwestern Railroad
Open to traffic in the fixed position

GSWR - Oconee River Bridge (Montgomery County, Georgia)
Deck plate girder bridge over Oconee River on Heart of Georgia Railroad
Open to traffic

Guffey Bridge (Owyhee County, Idaho)
Built 1897, abandoned by railroad in 1948; saved from demolition in the 1970s; purchased & restored by Canyon County in 1989
Parker through truss bridge over Snake River on Guffey Trail
Open to pedestrians

Hammonasset River Bridge (New Haven County, Connecticut)
Built 1934; rehabilitated 1970
Open-spandrel arch bridge over Hammonasset River on CT 80 in Madison
Open to traffic

Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel (Hampton, Virginia)
Buil 1957 (WB), Built 1976 (EB)
Tunnel under Hampton Roads on Hampton Roads Beltway/US60/I-64
Open to traffic

Hell Gate Bridge (Queens County, New York)
Originally the world's longest steel arch bridge until the Bayonne Bridge was opened in 1932
Steel through arch bridge over Hell Gate (East River)
Open to traffic

Henry Bridge (Marshall County, Illinois)
Built 1934; rehabilitated 1988
Six-span through truss bridge over the Illinois River on IL 18 at Henry
Open to two-lane traffic

Henry Hudson Bridge (Bronx County, New York)
Opened to traffic December 12, 1936
Steel arch bridge over Spuyten Duyvil Creek on the Henry Hudson Parkway (NY 9A) in New York City
Open to a total of 7 lanes of traffic

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

Higginsville Road Bridge South (Somerset County, New Jersey)
Built 1893; rehabilitated 2000
Through truss bridge over South Branch Raritan River on Higginsville Road
Open to 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

Hop River State Park Trail - Willimantic River Bridge (Tolland County, Connecticut)
Abandoned 1972
Abandoned deck plate girder bridge over Willimantic River on Hop River State Park Trail (future)
Derelict/abandoned

Hopkins Bridge (Charlton County, Georgia)
Built 1956
Steel stringer bridge over Satilla River on GA 252
Open to traffic

Housatonic River Bridge (Fairfield County, Connecticut)
Built 1954; rehabilitated 1998
4-span polygonal Warren through truss bridge over Housatonic River on CT 133 in Brookfield
Open to traffic

HTR - Colorado River Bridge (Mills County, Texas)
Built 1910; Trestle approach destroyed by fire May 2013; Trestle rebuilt May 2014
Warren through truss bridge over Colorado River on Heart of Texas Railroad
Open to traffic

Huntington Bridge (Fairfield County, Connecticut)
Built 1891; Replaced 1918
Lost Steel arch bridge over Housatonic River on Bridge Street
Replaced by a new bridge

I-278 Newtown Creek Bridge (Queens County, New York)
Cable-stayed bridge over Newtown Creek on I-278
Under construction

I-5 - Sacramento River Bridge (Yolo County, California)
Built 1969
Steel stringer bridge over Sacramento Riv (Elkhorn) on Route 5
Open to traffic

I-680 Bridge (old) (Contra Costa County, California)
Built 1962; rehabilitated 1991
Deck truss bridge over Sacramento River and railroad tracks on I-680 S in Benicia and Martinez
Open to traffic

I10 - Escambia Bay Bridge (Santa Rosa County, Florida)
Built 2006
Concrete deck girder bridge over Escambia River Bay on Interstate 10
Open to traffic

IAIS - Rock River Bridge (Colona) (Rock Island County, Illinois)
Deck Plate Girder Bridge over Rock River on Iowa Interstate Railroad
Open

Illinois Terminal - McKinley Bridge (Peoria County, Illinois)
Built 1907, closed to traffic in 1951
Lost Bascule bridge over Illinois River on Illinois Terminal Railroad in Peoria
No longer exists

IMRR - Sangamon River Bridge (Mason County, Illinois)
Through truss bridge over Sangamon River on Chicago & Illinois Midland Railway SE of Kilbourne
Open to traffic

Intercity Bridge (Ramsey County, Minnesota)
Built 1927
Concrete arch bridge over Mississippi River on Ford Parkway (CSAH 42) in St. Paul
Open to traffic

Iron Bridge (Macon County, North Carolina)
Built 1934
Pony truss bridge over Chattooga River on FDR 1178 (Bull Pen Road)
Open to traffic

Italian Bar Road Bridge (Fresno County, California)
Built 1925, rebuilt 1951
Warren Pony truss bridge over Redinger Lake on Italian Bar Road
Open to traffic

J Mack Ferry (Solano County, California)
Ferry across Steamboat Slough on Hwy 220
Open to traffic

J. H. Millhollin Memorial Bridge (Coffee County, Georgia)
Built in 1935; Replaced 1987
Lost Warren through truss bridge over Ocmulgee River on US Hwys. 319 and 441 and SR 31 (Blackshear Rd.)
Replaced by new bridge

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

Jack Glass Road Bridge (Walton County, Georgia)
Built 1930 by Leamon and Evans of Atlanta
Warren pony truss bridge over Apalachee River on Jack Glass Road
Closed to all traffic

Jackson River Bridge (Alleghany County, Virginia)
Built 1929
Concrete arch bridge over Jackson River on US 60 in Covington
Open to traffic

James River Atlantic, Mississippi, & Ohio Railroad Bridge (Amherst County, Virginia)
Pony/through plate girder bridge over James River on AM&ORR/ James River Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians only

James River Bridge (Isle of Wight County, Virginia)
Built 1980
Vertical lift bridge over James River on US 17 in Newport News
Open to traffic

Jamestown Verrazzano Bridge (Newport County, Rhode Island)
Built 1992; rehabilitated 2009
Beam bridge over West Passage Narragansett Bay on RI 138
Open to traffic

Jefferson City Bridge (Cole County, Missouri)
Original southbound bridge opened August 1955; new northbound bridge added 1991
Pair of steel through arch bridges over the Missouri River at Jefferson City on US 54/63 in Jefferson City
Open to traffic on a multi-lane freeway

Jericho Covered Bridge 20-03-01 / 20-12-01 (Baltimore County, Maryland)
built 1865, queenpost added 1937, stringers added 1982, heavily renovated 2015
Burr arch-truss bridge over Little Gunpowder Falls on Jericho Road
Open to traffic

Joe Page Bridge (Calhoun County, Illinois)
Built 1930; rehabilitated 1983 & again in 2004
Vertical-lift bridge over the Illinois River on IL 100 at Hardin
Open to two-lane traffic

Jones Bridge (Fulton County, Georgia)
Built 1904. Used until 1922 when free state-built bridges rendered it obsolete. Fell into disrepair in the 1930s. In 1940, half of the bridge was illegally removed and likely sold for scrap. Originally bridged Milton and Gwinnett counties.
Abandoned through truss bridge over Chattahoochee River on former Jones Bridge Road in Johns Creek
Collapsed January 2018

Jones Bridge/ Moores Bridge (Carroll County, Georgia)
Built 1917
Abandoned Pratt through truss bridge over Chattahoochee River on abandoned section of Old Newnan Road
Abandoned

Kampsville Ferry (Calhoun County, Illinois)
Ferry across Illinois River
open to traffic, but expect seasonal delays due to ice on the river

KCS - Illinois River Bridge (Greene County, Illinois)
Built 1902, Lift Span Added 1978
Through truss bridge over Illinois River on Kansas City Southern Railway (former GWWR and Chicago & Alton) Railroad
Open to traffic

KCS - Neches River Lift Bridge (Jefferson County, Texas)
Constructed in 1941, it was operated on-site until 2004 until its operation was remotely relocated to Kansas City.
Bridge over Neches River on KCS Railroad
Open to traffic

Kennebec River Bridge (Sagadahoc County, Maine)
Built 1931; rehabilitated 1988; replaced 2014
Lost swing bridge over Kennebec River on ME 197 in Richmond
Open to traffic

Knights Landing Bascule Bridge (Yolo County, California)
Built 1933; rehabilitated 1949
Bascule bridge over Sacramento River on CA 113
Open to traffic

Kosciuszko Bridge (Kings County, New York)
Built 1940; rehabilitated 1973, replaced by new bridge and demolished 2017
Through truss bridge over Newtown Creek on I-278/BQE in New York
Main span removed July 2017; approaches to be imploded September 2017

Lake Pontchartrain Causeway (St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana)
First bridge built 1956
Pair of prestressed concrete bridges over Lake Pontchartrain with a length of nearly 24 miles
Open to two lanes of toll southbound traffic and two lanes of free northbound traffic

LC - Catawba River Bridge (York County, South Carolina)
Replaced an earlier structure lost in the Flood of 1916
Deck truss bridge over Catawba River on Lancaster and Chester Railway
Intact but closed to all traffic

LC - Catawba River Trestle (Lancaster County, South Carolina)
Replaced prior bridge after 1916 flood, was moved here from another location
Bridge over Catawba River on Lancaster and Chester Railway
Open to railroad traffic