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This category comprises Marsh arch bridges that are not tied. In other words, the arch ribs extend below the deck and transfer forces to the substructure.

Bee Creek US 166 Bridge (Montgomery County, Kansas)
Built 1931-32; Demolished 2012
Lost Marsh arch bridge over Bee Creek on US 166
Replaced by a new bridge

Big Soldier Creek Bridge (Shawnee County, Kansas)
Built 1922
Rainbow arch bridge over Big Soldier Creek on 70th Street near Grove
Open to traffic

Blacksmith Creek Bridge (Shawnee County, Kansas)
Built 1930
Pony arch bridge over Blacksmith Creek on SW 10th Street west of Topeka and just south of I-70
Open to two-lane traffic

Brush Creek Bridge (Cherokee County, Kansas)
Built 1923
Through arch bridge over Brush Creek on Old US 66 north of Baxter Springs
Replaced by a new bridge in 1992, but is still open to one-way traffic on a paved road

Cedar Vale Bridge (Chautauqua County, Kansas)
Built 1930
Two-span Marsh arch bridge over Caney River on Old US 166, east of Cedar Vale
Open to traffic

Clear Creek Bridge (Marion County, Kansas)
Concrete pony arch bridge over Clear Creek, 0.6 mi. north of Marion
Open to traffic

Conroe Bridge (Geary County, Kansas)
Built 1925
Rainbow arch bridge over Clarks Creek on Ascher Road
Open to traffic

Creamery Bridge (Miami County, Kansas)
Built 1930, Rehabilitated 2013
Three-span Marsh arch bridge over Marais Des Cygnes River on 8th Street at Osawatomie
Open to traffic

DuQuoin Bridge (Harper County, Kansas)
Built 1929
Marsh arch bridge over Sand Creek on Old KS 14, south of DuQuoin
Open to traffic

Lyon Creek Bridge (Geary County, Kansas)
Built 1925
Rainbow arch bridge over Lyon Creek on Lyons Creek Road, 3.4 mi. west and 5.3 mi. south of Wreford
Open to traffic

Lyon Creek Bridge (Geary County, Kansas)
Built ca. 1930
Rainbow arch bridge over Lyon Creek on Lyons Creek Road, 2.0 mi. west and 2.5 mi. south of Wreford
Open to traffic

Mine Creek Bridge (Linn County, Kansas)
Built 1927
Rainbow arch bridge over Mine Creek on Ungeheuer Road (Old US 69), five miles north of Prescott
Open to traffic

Neosho River Bridge (Coffey County, Kansas)
Built 1926
Two-span Marsh arch bridge over Neosho River on 19th Lane, 0.2 mi. east of Hartford
Open to traffic

North National Avenue Bridge (Bourbon County, Kansas)
Built 1933; rehabilitated 1983 and 2012
Marsh arch bridge over Marmaton River on N. National Avenue (Old US 69) in Fort Scott
Open to traffic

Onion Creek Bridge (Montgomery County, Kansas)
Built 1932. Demolished ca. 1988.
Lost Marsh arch bridge over Onion Creek on U.S. 169
Replaced by a new bridge

Pawnee Creek Bridge (Bourbon County, Kansas)
Built 1929
Through arch bridge over Pawnee Creek on Hackberry Road, 4.0 mi. north and 2.4 mi. east of Hiattville
Open to traffic

Rock Creek Bridge (Jefferson County, Kansas)
Built 1926
Rainbow arch bridge over Rock Creek
Open to traffic

Six Mile Creek Bridge (Shawnee County, Kansas)
Built 1923
Rainbow arch bridge over Six Mile Creek on SW 97th Street, 1.5 mi. west of Wakarusa
Open to traffic

South Fork Pottawatomie Creek Bridge (Anderson County, Kansas)
Built 1934
Concrete pony arch bridge over South Fork Pottawatomie Creek, 0.5 mi. south and 3.7 mi. east of Garnett
Replaced by a new bridge

Spring River US 66 Bridge (Cherokee County, Kansas)
Lost Marsh arch bridge over Spring River on US 66
Replaced by new bridge

Tonovay Bridge (Greenwood County, Kansas)
Built 1928; Bypassed by new alignment 1962
Marsh arch bridge over Bachelor Creek on CR 154 (Old US 54), 1.0 mi. north and 5.3 mi. east of Eureka
The bridge is gated off from the east and west. The bridge is the property boundary for 3 owners.

West Branch Fall River Bridge (Greenwood County, Kansas)
Built ca. 1920
Lost Marsh arch bridge over West Branch Fall River
Lost

Willow Creek Bridge (Cherokee County, Kansas)
Lost Marsh arch bridge over Willow Creek on Old US 66, north of Baxter Springs
Replaced by a new bridge