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Rochester Covered Bridge 37-10-04 (Douglas County, Oregon)
Built 1933, Rehabilitated 1969
Covered bridge over Calapooya Creek on CR 10A
Open to traffic

Rock Creek Covered Bridge (Coos County, Oregon)
Built 1919, Replaced 1954
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Rock Creek on Old OR 42
Replaced by new bridge

Ruark Covered Bridge (Putnam County, Indiana)
Built 1901
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Little Walnut Creek on Brunnertown Road (CR 100S)
Replaced by a new bridge

RUT/CV - Rouses Point Bridge (Grand Isle County, Vermont)
Built 1906 by the American Bridge Co.; Swing span demolished 1965
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Lake Champlain on Rutland Railroad/Central Vermont Railroad
Mostly Removed

S&W - Nolichucky River Bridge (Unicoi County, Tennessee)
Replaced in 1901
Lost Through truss bridge over Nolichucky River on South & Western Railway
Replaced by a new bridge

SA&AP - Nueces Bay Causeway (Old) (Nueces County, Texas)
Built ca. 1896, Replaced ca. 1913
Lost Howe through truss swing bridge over Nueces Bay on San Antonio & Aransas Pass Railway
Replaced by a new bridge

Sacramento River Bridge (Glenn County, California)
Built 1948; rehabilitated 1961
Howe Through truss bridge over Sacramento River on CA 162 Biggs Willows Road
Open to traffic

Salmon River Covered Bridge (Lincoln County, Oregon)
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Salmon River on Road 508
Demolished

Salmon River Covered Bridge 05-47-01 (Siskiyou County, California)
Built 1924 Collapsed December 1964
Lost Howe covered through truss Bridge over North Fork Salmon River on road
No longer exists

Salt River Covered Bridge 25-87-01 (Ralls County, Missouri)
Built during the 1850's
Lost two-span covered bridge over Salt River north of New London on the Hannibal-New London Toll Road
No longer standing, but north approach abutment remains exist.

Sam's Creek Covered Bridge (Lincoln County, Oregon)
Built 1922
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Siletz River
Demolished

San Joaquin River Bridge (San Joaquin County, California)
Built 1933
Howe Through truss bridge over San Joaquin River on CA 4 in Stockton
Open to traffic

Sanders Covered Bridge (Owen County, Kentucky)
One span collapsed by an overloaded truck in 1922. Remaining two spans lost to arson on August 23, 1948.
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Eagle Creek on KY 36
Destroyed by fire

Sandy Creek Covered Bridge 25-50-01 (Jefferson County, Missouri)
Built 1872 by the House Springs, Big River Valley Macadamized and Gravel Road Co. at a cost of $2,000
Covered bridge over Sandy Creek on Lemay Ferry Road north of Hillsboro
Open to pedestrians only

Sandy Creek Covered Bridge 37-06-09 (Coos County, Oregon)
Built 1921
Howe through truss bridge over Sandy Creek on Abandoned OR-42 (park path)
Open to pedestrians

Saulpaw Bridge (Knox County, Tennessee)
Built by GW Saulpaw 1880; Replaced by current bridge 1898
Lost wooden Howe through truss bridge over Tennessee River on Gay Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Scipio Covered Bridge 14-40-01 (Jennings County, Indiana)
Built 1886; rehabilitated 1984
Covered bridge over Sand Creek on CR 575W
Closed for rehabilitation. A new bridge has been built but the old one will be renovated and reopened to light traffic.

Scoville Bridge (Los Angeles County, California)
Built 1887 ;Replaced 1913
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Arroyo Seco on Colorado Boulevard
Destroyed by flooding

Sebago Lake Bridge (Cumberland County, Maine)
Howe through truss bridge over Sebago Lake on Maine Route 114 Sebago Road
No longer exists

Second Dearborn Street Bridge (Older) (Cook County, Illinois)
Built 1888 Replaced in 1907
Howe through truss bridge on Dearborn Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Seneca River Bridge (Cayuga County, New York)
(Main design: Pratt through truss)
Raised 1908; Replaced 1964
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Seneca River on NY38
Replaced by a new bridge

Sentinel Pine Bridge 29-05-01 (Grafton County, New Hampshire)
Built 1939
Through truss bridge over Pemigewasset River
Open to pedestrians only

Shaunghum Covered Bridge (Ashtabula County, Ohio)
Built in 1911, the bridge was unique in that it was built without abutments, but rather sat on stilt-like wooden pilings.
Lost Howe truss bridge over Grand River on Township Road 119 Fobes Road
Removed but not replaced

Sherburne Covered Bridge 17-35-01x / 17-06-01x (Fleming County, Kentucky)
Originally a privately owned toll bridge. Lost to arson on April 6, 1981.
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Licking River in Sherburne
Destroyed by fire

Shimanek Covered Bridge 37-22-03 (Linn County, Oregon)
Built 1966
Covered Howe through truss bridge over Thomas Creek on Richardson Gap Road
Open to traffic

Short Covered Bridge 37-22-09 #3 (Linn County, Oregon)
Built 1945; rehabilitated 1991
Covered Howe through truss bridge over South Santiam River on High Deck Road
Open to traffic

Sinking Creek Covered Bridge 46-35-01 (Giles County, Virginia)
Built 1916, bypassed, 1949, closed to all traffic 1964, rehab 2000, damaged during tropical storm gaston in 2004.
Howe through truss bridge over sinking creek on Old Clover Hollow Rd
Destroyed by severe weather

Skagit River Railway - Gorge Dam Powerhouse Bridge (Old) (Whatcom County, Washington)
Built 1921; Replaced 1935
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Skagit River on Skagit River Railway
Replaced by a new bridge

SLS&E - Skagit River Bridge (Skagit County, Washington)
Built 1890 replaced
Howe through truss bridge over Skagit River on Seattle Lakeshore & Eastern Railroad
No longer exists

Snow Hill Covered Bridge 14-24-09 (Franklin County, Indiana)
Built 1894 by William Butts and John Horn; rehabilitated 1987 and 2010-11
Covered bridge over Johnson Fork Whitewater River on Snow Hill Road
Restored and open for traffic.

Southport Covered Bridge (Marion County, Indiana)
Built 1896
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Little Buck Creek on Southport Road
Replaced by a new bridge

SP - Brownsville Covered Bridge (Linn County, Oregon)
Built 1920;
Howe through truss bridge over Calapooia River on Southern Pacific Railroad
Lost Howe Truss Bridge

SP - Farwell Bridge (1866) (Alameda County, California)
Built 1866
Lost single-span covered wooden Howe through truss bridge over Alameda Creek and Niles Canyon Road on Southern Pacific Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

SP - Gilkey Covered Bridge (Linn County, Oregon)
Built 1920; Replaced 1962
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Thomas Creek on Southern Pacific Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

SP - Mossdale Bridge (1869) (San Joaquin County, California)
(Main design: Howe pony truss)
Built 1869; Replaced 1895
Lost Truss bridge over San Joaquin River on Southern Pacific Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

SP - Yuma Swing Bridge (1886) (Yuma County, Arizona)
(Main design: Howe pony truss)
Built 1886; Replaced 1894
Lost Howe pony truss bridge over Colorado River on Southern Pacific Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

Sparta Covered Bridge (Gallatin County, Kentucky)
Built 1872
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Eagle Creek on KY 35
Replaced by new bridge

Springdale Covered Bridge 16-52-01x (Leavenworth County, Kansas)
Built ca. 1859; rehabilitated 1946; struck by lightning and burned 1958
Lost covered bridge over Stranger Creek near Springdale
No longer exists

Springvale Covered Bridge (1880) (Tippecanoe County, Indiana)
Built 1880 by the Smith Bridge Company; replaced 1922
Lost Howe truss covered bridge over Wildcat Creek on Hurst Road
Replaced by a new bridge

St. Mary's Covered Bridge 38-31-01 (Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1896; rehabilitated 1982
Howe through truss bridge over Shade Creek on T358, Covered Br.
Open to traffic

State Bridge (Eagle County, Colorado)
Built 1890; replaced 1966 and south span removed; north span collapsed sometime after 1985.
Lost two-span Howe through truss bridge over Colorado River
Abutments, center pier, and ruins of north span remain

State Bridge (Eagle County, Colorado)
Built 1890
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Colorado River on Early alignment CO131
Replaced by a new bridge

Stayton Bridge (Marion County, Oregon)
(Main design: Pennsylvania through truss)
Built 1912; Covered span replaced 1952; Rest of bridge replaced 1965
Lost Through truss bridge over North Santium River on 1st Street (Stayton Scio Road)
Replaced by a new bridge

Stewart Covered Bridge 37-20-28 (Lane County, Oregon)
Built in 1930 and remained in use until 1982. Due to flood water debris it was then closed. Restored in 1996.
Covered Howe through truss bridge on Garoutte Road
Open to pedestrians only

StLIM&S - Baring Cross Bridge (Older) (Pulaski County, Arkansas)
Built 1873; Replaced 1890
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Arkansas River on Missouri Pacific Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

Stockheughter Covered Bridge 14-24-05 (Franklin County, Indiana)
Built 1887 by the Smith Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 2009
Covered bridge over Salt Creek on Enochsburg Road
Open to traffic

Stonelick Covered Bridge 35-13-02 (Clermont County, Ohio)
Built 1878; rehabilitated 1971; closed after overweight truck crossed 2010; collapsed during rehabilitation Feb. 11, 2014, rebuilt 2015
Covered bridge over Stonelick Creek on Stonelick Williams Corner Road (CR 116)
Collapsed during reconstruction Feb. 11, 2014. Rebuilt and returned to service

Stotler Mill Covered Bridge 35-68-19x (Preble County, Ohio)
Built in 1858 replacing an earlier covered bridge which was destroyed when an adjacent mill burned; Replaced in 1925
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Twin Creek on Dayton Street (US 35)
Replaced by a new bridge

Sullivan Railroad - Connecticut River Bridge (1851) (Cheshire County, New Hampshire)
Built 1851; Replaced 1882
Lost Through truss bridge over Connecticut River on Sullivan Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

Swartz Covered Bridge 35-88-05 (Wyandot County, Ohio)
Built 1878 by Moses Weymouth; rehabilitated 1994
Covered bridge over Sandusky River on CR 130A
Open to traffic

Switzer Covered Bridge 17-37-01 #2 (Franklin County, Kentucky)
Built 1855. Rehabilitated in 1906 and again 1990. Bridge placed on National Register of Historic Places in 1974. Bridge was washed off its supports on March 1, 1997, but restored in 1998.
Howe through truss bridge over North Elkhorn Creek on KY 1262
Open to pedestrians

Tabo Covered Bridge 25-54-01x (Lafayette County, Missouri)
Washed away in 1928
Lost covered bridge over Tabo Creek on the Santa Fe Trail (now US 24), west of Dover
No longer exists

Tanneyhill Covered Bridge (Bartholomew County, Indiana)
Bulit 1870; Lost 1965
Lost Howe through truss over Driftwood River on Tannehill Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Tare Creek Covered Bridge 35-28-02#2 (Geauga County, Ohio)
Built by John Smolen, former Ashtabula County Engineer on former B&O Railroad Lake Branch
A covered Howe through truss bridge over Tare Creek on Maple Highlands Trail
Open to non-motorized use

Taylor's Ferry Covered Bridge 37-34-01#3x (Washington County, Oregon)
Built 1918; Replaced 1955
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Tualatin River on West Side Highway
Replaced by a new bridge

Thomas Mill Covered Bridge 38-51-01 (Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1855
Howe through truss bridge over Wissahickon Creek
Open to pedestrians

Thompson Mill Covered Bridge 13-87-01 (Shelby County, Illinois)
Built 1868 at a cost of $2,500
Covered bridge over Kaskaskia River north of Cowden
Open to pedestrians only

Thorne Covered Bridge (Lane County, Oregon)
Built 1925 demolished ca.1965
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Coast Fork of the Willamette River on County Rd. 764
Demolished

Throop Street Bridge (Old) (Cook County, Illinois)
Built 1868
Howe through truss bridge over South Branch Chicago River on South Throop Street
No longer exists

Traders Point Covered Bridge 14-49-07 (Marion County, Indiana)
Built in 1880 by Josiah Durfee. Was originally located on 86th St. over Fishback Creek near the town of Traders Point. Was later relocated to a private estate, and is now unused. It was reported to be the last covered bridge in the county.
Abandoned Howe through truss bridge on Private lane
Abandoned, Deteriorating

Truckee River Railroad Bridge (Nevada County, California)
Lost Bridge over Truckee River on Union Pacific BNSF Railroad
Replaced by new bridge

Two Bayou Covered Bridge 04-52-01x (Ouachita County, Arkansas)
Built circa 1860, Lost circa 1944
Lost covered bridge over Two Bayou Creek on US 79 in Camden
No longer exists

Union Bridge (Allegheny County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1875; replaced 1906
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Allegheny River on 43rd Street
Removed but not replaced

Unionville Covered Bridge (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Built 1859; Replaced 1922
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Farmington River on Main Street in Unionville
Replaced by a new bridge

Unity Covered Bridge 37-20-17 (Lane County, Oregon)
Built 1936
Covered Howe through truss bridge over Fall Creek on Jasper-Lowell Road
Open to traffic

Upper Blue Creek Covered Bridge (Franklin County, Indiana)
Built 1893
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Blue Creek on Blue Creek Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Upper Bridge (Midland County, Michigan)
Built 1871; Destroyed by flooding 1907
Lost Howe through truss covered bridge over Tittabawassee River on Isabella Road
Destroyed by flooding

W&GN - Columbia River Railway Bridge (Stevens County, Washington)
Built 1902 covered 1914 converted to highway bridge 1926, demolished 1941
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Columbia River on Washington & Great Northern Railway
Demolished; the wood and steel used to built turbine storage building at Coulee Dam

Wabash Railroad Bridge #1097 - Nodaway River (Nodaway County, Missouri)
Built 1898; replaced with 126' steel stringer bridge 1939; removed 1985 account of line abandonment
Lost Through truss bridge over Nodaway River on Wabash Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

Wabash Railroad Bridge #557 (Pike County, Illinois)
Built 1883
Bridge over Panther Creek on Wabash, later N&W, Railroad
Demolished

Wabash Railroad Bridge #582 (Ray County, Missouri)
Original bridge at this location built 1868; rebuilt 1901 with Howe through truss span
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Fishing River on Wabash, later N&W Railway
Replaced by a new bridge

Wabash Railroad Bridge #878 (old) (Madison County, Illinois)
Replaced 1925 with a 68' through-plate girder bridge
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Mooney Creek (f/k/a Kahokia Creek) on Wabash Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

Wabash Railroad Bridge #915 - Big Creek (Daviess County, Missouri)
Built 1900; removed account of abandonment of former Wabash trackage through this area
Lost through truss bridge over Big Creek on Wabash Railroad, later N&W Railway
Demolished

Wabasha Street Bridge (Original) (Ramsey County, Minnesota)
Built 1858; Main truss upgraded 1869; Replaced 1889
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Mississippi River on Wabasha Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Waldo Covered Bridge 01-61-02 (Talladega County, Alabama)
Built 1858. Bridge was used in the Civil War by Wilson's Raiders in April of 1865. Bridge remained in use until 1960.
Howe through truss bridge over Talladega Creek on an old Socopatoy Indian trail just off AL 77 behind Riddle's Mill Restaurant
Preserved but with approaches removed

Wallace Covered Bridge (Yamhill County, Oregon)
Built 1919 bypassed 1935 destroyed by wind storm 1940s
Lost Howe through truss bridge over South Yamhill River
Destroyed by severe weather

Wallace Covered Bridge 14-23-01 (Fountain County, Indiana)
Built 1871
Howe through truss bridge over Sugar Mill Creek
Open to pedestrians

Walnut Grove Road Bridge (San Joaquin County, California)
Built 1955
Swing through truss bridge over Mokelumne River on Walnut Grove Road in Walnut Grove
Open to traffic

Walnut Street Bridge (1st) (Polk County, Iowa)
Built 1866, Replaced 1871
Lost Bridge over Des Moines River on Walnut Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Warsaw Covered Bridge (Coshocton County, Ohio)
Built 1872; destroyed March 25, 1913 in the great flood.
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Walhonding River on Bridge Street
Destroyed by flooding

Waterworks Covered Bridge (Franklin County, Indiana)
Lost Howe truss covered bridge over East Fork Whitewater River on Whitcomb Pike
Replaced by a new bridge

Watson Settlement Covered Bridge 19-02-01 (Aroostook County, Maine)
Built 1911; Bypassed by new bridge in 1984
Howe through truss bridge over Meduxnekeag Stream on Former Carson Road in Littleton
Open to pedestrians

Weddle Covered Bridge 37-22-05 (Linn County, Oregon)
Built 1937 over Thomas Creek, Removed 1987, Rebuilt 1990 in Sweet Home
Covered Howe through truss bridge over Ames Creek on Park Path
Open to pedestrians

Wendling Covered Bridge 37-20-36 (Lane County, Oregon)
Built 1936
Covered Howe through truss bridge over Mill Creek on Wendling Road
Open to traffic

West Division Street Bridge (Old) (Cook County, Illinois)
Built in 1869 removed after moved to Blackhawk Street in 1902
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Chicago River North Branch on West Division Street
Replaced by a new bridge

White's Creek Covered Bridge 48-50-01x (Wayne County, West Virginia)
Built 1877; Replaced by modern bridge in 1957
Lost Howe truss covered bridge over Whites Creek on Big Sandy Road
Lost

Wildcat Covered Bridge 37-20-04 (Lane County, Oregon)
Built 1925; rehabilitated 1990
Covered Howe through truss bridge over Wildcat Creek on Austa Road
Open to traffic

Williams Covered Bridge 14-47-02 (Lawrence County, Indiana)
Built 1884, closed to traffic on September 20, 2010, rehabilitated in 2012
Covered bridge over East Fork White River on Huron & Williams Road
Open to pedestrians only

Wimer Covered Bridge 37-15-05 #2 (Jackson County, Oregon)
Original Built 1892, Rebuilt 1927, Rebuilt 1962, Collapsed 2003, Rebuilt 2008
Covered bridge over Evans Creek on CR 887
Open to traffic

Wingate Covered Bridge (Montgomery County, Indiana)
Built in 1886 by Isaac Meharry; replaced in 1937
Lost Howe through truss bridge over North Fork Coal Creek on State Road 25
Replaced by a new bridge

Wolfe Bridge 13-48-01 #2 (Knox County, Illinois)
Built 1848; Cover added 1874; Destroyed by fire in 1994; rebuilt in 1999.
Howe through truss bridge over Spoon river on county road 17
rebuilt in 1999

Wooded Glen Covered Bridge 14-10-01 (Clark County, Indiana)
Howe Truss covered bridge over Silver Creek on Private Drive in Wooded Glen resort area
Open to traffic

Yazoo River Swing Bridge (Yazoo County, Mississippi)
Completed in early 1882; abandoned in 1937
Abandoned through truss swing bridge over Old Channel Yazoo River in Yazoo City
Abandoned

Young Covered Bridge (Boone County, Illinois)
Built 1890
Bridge over S Kinnikinnick Creek on private property
Open but on private property

Zane Bridge (Calhoun County, Iowa)
Built 1892; Replaced 1914 and moved upriver.
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Raccoon River on Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Zillah-Toppenish Bridge (Yakima County, Washington)
(Main design: Pratt through truss)
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Yakima River on Road
Replaced by a new bridge