Eyebar suspension

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Boston Public Garden Bridge (Suffolk County, Massachusetts)
Built 1867. Suspension rendered decorative with addition of girders in 1921.
Eyebar suspension bridge over Park Lagoon on Pedestrian Walkway
Open to pedestrians

Burr Bridge (Schenectady County, New York)
Built 1809; Replace 1871
Lost Covered Burr arch-cable suspension bridge over Mohawk River on Washington Avenue
Replaced by a new bridge

Dresden Suspension Bridge (Muskingum County, Ohio)
Built 1914 by the Bellefontaine Bridge & Steel Co.
Suspension bridge over Muskingum River on OH 208 in Dresden
Bypassed and closed to all traffic

English Center Bridge (Lycoming County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1891 by Dean & Westbrook
Unusual truss bridge over Little Pine Creek on SR 4001
Open to traffic

Falls of Schuylkill Bridge (Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1808; collapsed 1816
Lost Chain suspension bridge over Schuylkill River on Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Grand Avenue Suspension Bridge (St. Louis, Missouri)
Built 1891 by the King Bridge Co.; replaced in 1959 by the Grand Avenue Viaduct
Lost suspension bridge over Mill Creek Valley on Grand Avenue
Replaced as part of an "urban renewal project"

Hamilton Street Bridge (1st) (Lehigh County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1814; Destroyed by flooding 1841
Lost Eyebar suspension bridge over Lehigh River on Hamilton Street
Destroyed by flooding & replaced

Mill Creek Park Suspension Bridge (Mahoning County, Ohio)
Built 1895 by the Youngstown Bridge Co.; rebuilt in 2007 by the DOT Construction Company Canfield, OH
Suspension bridge over Mill Creek in Mill Creek Park at Youngstown
Open to traffic

Point Bridge (1st) (Allegheny County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1877; Replaced 1927
Lost Chain suspension bridge over Monongahela River
Replaced by a new bridge

Silver Bridge (Gallia County, Ohio)
Built 1928, collasped on December 15, 1967, killing 46 people. Replaced by a new bridge in 1969.
Lost eyebar suspension bridge over the Ohio River on US 35 between Point Pleasant, WV, and Kanauga, OH
Collapsed and replaced by new bridge

Sister Bridge I: Roberto Clemente Bridge (Allegheny County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1928; rehabilitated 1995
Suspension bridge over Allegheny River on Sixth Street in Pittsburgh
Open to traffic

Sister Bridge II: Andy Warhol Bridge (Allegheny County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1926; rehabilitated 1977
Suspension bridge over Allegheny River on Seventh Street in Pittsburgh
Open to traffic

Sister Bridge III: Rachel Carson Bridge (Allegheny County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1926; rehabilitated 1993
Suspension bridge over Allegheny River on Ninth Street in Pittsburgh
Open to traffic