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Pin-connected

Pin-connected is a type of construction where many of the truss members (especially the high-load members) are connected together by a pin, or bolt, that passes through holes in each of the members. This pin is typically threaded on both ends, smooth in the middle, and a lomas nut is used to tighten the members together.

Fudge Road Bridge (Preble County, Ohio)
Built 1913 by the Central States Bridge Co. of Indanapolis, In
Pony truss bridge over Aukerman Creek on TR 347
Currently closed to automobile traffic.

Fulfer Creek Bridge (Effingham County, Illinois)
Built 1909,replaced 2013
Pony truss bridge over Fulfer Creek on TR 34A, 1.25 mi. southwest of Gilmore
Replaced by a new bridge

Fulton Farm Bridge (Miami County, Ohio)
Through truss bridge over Lost Creek on Ebberts Rd
Intact but now on private road

Furnace Bridge (Dubuque County, Iowa)
Lost Bowstring pony truss bridge over South Fork Catfish Creek on North Cascade Road
Demolished

Furnas Mill Bridge (Johnson County, Indiana)
Built in 1885 by the King Bridge Company; rehabilitated 2006
Two span Pratt through truss bridge over Sugar Creek on CR650S (Pisgah Road). Located in Atterbury Fish and Wildlife Area.
Open to traffic

Gale Bridge (Jefferson County, Indiana)
Built in 1897 by the Indiana Bridge Company
Pratt through truss bridge over Big Creek on Jinestown Road
Open to traffic with limited access

Galena Street Bridge (Carroll County, Illinois)
Built ca.1890 by the Wrought Iron Bridge Co.
Through truss bridge over Carroll Creek on North Galena Street in Mount Carroll
Open to traffic

Galena Wagon Bridge (Stone County, Missouri)
Built 1910-11 by the Western Bridge Co. Made obsolete by parallel Galena Y Bridge in 1927. Dismantled Spring 1929, with two spans reused in the Hootentown Bridge.
Lost three-span through truss bridge over James River at Galena
No longer standing, but one concrete pier remains

Gallatin Golden Gate Bridge (Gallatin County, Montana)
Parker through truss bridge over Gallatin River on Driveway
Open to traffic

Gallman Road Bridge (Licking County, Ohio)
Built 1887 by the Columbia Bridge Works over St. Mary's River in Mercer County; relocated in 2002
Through truss bridge over Raccoon Creek on a pedestrian trail in Newark
Open to pedestrians only

Gandy Creek Bridge (Randolph County, West Virginia)
Built 1900
Pratt through truss bridge over Gandy Creek on Farm Road
Open to traffic

Gans Creek Bridge (Boone County, Missouri)
Built ca. 1905 in Audrain County; later relocated here
Relocated bedstead pony truss bridge over Gans Creek just off MO 163 in Rock Bridge State Park
Retrofitted for pedestrian use only

GAP - Bollman Bridge (Somerset County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1871 on the B&O Railroad; relocated 1910 as a vehicular bridge
Iron through truss bridge formerly carrying the B&O Railroad
Open to pedestrians only

GAP - Hot Metal Bridge (Allegheny County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1900 as a railroad bridge; Converted to pedestrian use in 2007
Through truss bridge over the Monongahela River on the Great Allegheny Passage
One bridge is for pedestrians and the other is for auto traffic. Very good condition.

GAP - Riverton Bridge (Allegheny County, Pennsylvania)
Built in 1891; converted into bike trail use in 2008
Parker through truss bridge over Monongahela River on Pennsylvania Union Railroad (now Great Allegheny Passage)
Open to pedestrians

Garrison Bridge (Powell County, Montana)
Built 1912; relocated ca. 2006
Relocated through truss bridge behind Montana State Prison Museum; formerly located over Clark Fork on Rock Creek Road in Garrison
In storage

Gate House Bridge (Westchester County, New York)
Built 1904
Through truss bridge over New Croton Resvervoir
Open to traffic

Gately Bridge (Mahaska County, Iowa)
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Des Moines River on Eddyville RFD 02
Replaced by a new bridge

Gates Bridge (Floyd County, Iowa)
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Shell Rock River on Road near Marble Rock
Replaced by a new bridge

Gates Mills Interurban Bridge (Cuyahoga County, Ohio)
Built in 1899, this Pratt through Truss carried the Cleveland & Eastern Railway over the Chagrin River from 1900 until abandonment of the line on March 31, 1925. Bridge has since been converted for use as a pedestrian walkway
Pratt through truss bridge over Chagrin River on Pedestrian bridge (former interurban railroad)
Open to pedestrians only

Gatesville Bridge (Copiah County, Mississippi)
Built 1920; bypassed by new bridge in 1997
Abandoned through truss bridge over Pearl River
Abandoned

Gateway Trail - Manning Avenue Overpass (Washington County, Minnesota)
Built 1877, restored & re-opened in a new location 2011
Camelback through truss bridge over Manning Avenue on Gateway Trail
This bridge was opened to bicycles, pedestrians, and horses in November 2011.

Gaumer Bridge (Vermilion County, Illinois)
Built 1886, damaged by flooding in 1994 and removed, replaced by new bridge in 2002
Lost through truss bridge over North Fork Vermilion River on TR 101, 0.5 mi. west of Alvin
Replaced by new bridge

Gay Street Bridge (Knox County, Tennessee)
Built 1897, reconditioned 2004
Pratt deck-arched cantilevered truss over the Tennessee River on Gay Street
Open to traffic

GCSR - San Saba River Bridge (San Saba County, Texas)
Pratt through truss bridge over San Saba River on Gulf Colorado & San Saba Railway
Open to traffic

Geneva Ford Bridge (Jennings County, Indiana)
Built 1907, rehabilitated and reopened in 2016
Pratt through truss bridge over Sand Creek on CR 250 West
Open to traffic

George Rogers Clark Memorial Bridge (Jefferson County, Kentucky)
Built 1929 by the American Bridge Co.; tolls removed 1946; rehabilitated 1958
Cantilevered through truss bridge over Ohio River on US 31 between Louisville and Jeffersonville
Open to traffic

George Street Bridge (Dearborn County, Indiana)
Built 1887 by Lomas Forge & Bridge Works; rehabilitated 1989 and 2011.
Through truss bridge over Hogan Creek on George Street in Aurora
Open to two-lane traffic

Georgetown Loop - Clear Creek Pony Truss (Clear Creek County, Colorado)
Pony truss bridge over Clear Creek on the Georgetown Loop Railroad
Open to tourist railroad

Gerhart's Mill Bridge (Bucks County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1891; rehabilitated 1934
Through truss bridge over Unami Creek on Nursery Road
Open to traffic

Gerloff Road Bridge (Montgomery County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1888, closed to traffic in mid 1970's; Rebuilt by High Steel Structures & reopened July 1998
Pratt through truss bridge over Swamp Creek on Gerloff Road near Zieglersville, PA
Open to traffic

Germantown Covered Bridge 35-57-01 (Montgomery County, Ohio)
Built 1870; relocated 1911
Covered bridge over Little Twin Creek on Linden Avenue (CR 56) in Germantown
Open to pedestrians only

Geysers Road Bridge (Sonoma County, California)
Built 1909; rehabilitated 1970
Pratt Through truss bridge over Big Sulphur Creek on Geysers Road
Open to traffic

GFRR - Altamaha River Bridge (Jeff Davis County, Georgia)
Built 1909 by the American Bridge Co. abandoned replaced with fixed truss span
Lost warren through truss with all verticals bridge over Altamaha River on Georgia & Florida Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

Gholson Bridge (Brunswick County, Virginia)
Built 1884
Pratt through truss bridge over Meherrin River on Iron Bridge Road (Route 715)
Open to traffic

Gianella Bridge (Butte County, California)
Built 1908-1911; Replaced 1987
Lost swing bridge over Sacramento River on State Route 32
Replaced by new bridge

Gibbs Avenue Bridge (Lawrence County, Missouri)
Built 1911
Pony truss bridge over Clear Creek on Gibbs Avenue in Pierce City
Open to one-lane traffic with a 5 ton weight limit

Gilbertville Bridge (Black Hawk County, Iowa)
Built 1892
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Cedar River on Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Gilboa Bridge (Putnam County, Ohio)
Built 1886; rehabilitated 1972
Through truss bridge over Blanchard River on County Road 3 in Gilboa
Bypassed with a new bridge to the East and retained for pedestrian use.

Gill Bridge (Ralls County, Missouri)
Built 1909 by Stupp Brothers Bridge & Iron Co.; replaced 1996
Lost through truss over Lick Creek on Lick Creek Lane (CR 181) just west of Perry
Replaced by a concrete bridge

Gillette Street Bridge (Windsor County, Vermont)
Built 1915; rehabilitated 2013
Pin connected Pratt pony truss bridge over New England Central Railroad on Gillette Ave (C3029)
Open to traffic

Gillis Bridge (Shelby County, Missouri)
Built 1908 by the Michelmann Steel Construction Co.
Bedstead pony truss bridge over Black Creek on CR 342
Open to traffic

Gilmore Bridge (Carroll County, Indiana)
Built 1905 in Pulaski County over Big Monon Ditch, moved to Carroll County and restored in 2006-07
Stearns through truss bridge over Wabash & Erie Canal on a pedestrian trail in Delphi
Open to pedestrians only on a trail.

Gilroy Hot Springs Road Bridge (Santa Clara County, California)
Built 1921; rehabilitated 1993
Through truss bridge over Coyote Creek on Gilroy Hot Spgs Road
Open to traffic

Gipsy Bridge (Bollinger County, Missouri)
Built 1911-12 at Greenbrier (?); relocated here in 1927
Lost through truss bridge over Castor River north of Gipsy on CR 736
Demolished in Summer 2002 and replaced with a boring concrete bridge

Gladden Road Buffalo River Bridge (Perry County, Tennessee)
Built 1901
Abandoned through truss bridge over Buffalo River on Gladden Road in Linden
Abandoned

Glen Falls Bridge (Windham County, Connecticut)
Built 1886 by the Berlin Iron Bridge Co.
Lenticular through truss bridge over Moosup River on Brunswick Avenue
Open to pedestrians only

Glendale Bridge (Old) (Spartanburg County, South Carolina)
Replaced ca. 1928; Spans reused in a downstream bridge
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Lawsons Fork Creek on Glendale-Bethesda Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Glenn Avenue Bridge (Lake County, Ohio)
Built 1890; Replaced 1921; Removed in the 1950s
Lost Whipple through truss bridge over Chagrin River on Glenn Avenue
Replaced by a new bridge

Glenville Truss Bridge (Gilmer County, West Virginia)
Built 1885; bypassed by new bridge in 1963
Whipple through truss bridge over Little Kanawha River on Conrad Court
Closed to all traffic

Glenwood Avenue Bridge (Orleans County, New York)
Built 1914; rehabilitated 1998
Through truss bridge over Erie Canal on Glenwood Avenue in Medina
Open to traffic

GM&O - Leaf River Bridge (Perry County, Mississippi)
Built 1902
Abandoned through truss railroad bridge over Leaf River
Abandoned

GM&O - Mackinaw River Bridge (Tazewell County, Illinois)
Through truss bridge over Mackinaw River on Abandoned GM&O RR N of Green Valley
Abandoned

Golden Hill Road Bridge (Berkshire County, Massachusetts)
Built 1885; rehabilitated 1970
Lenticular pony truss bridge formerly over Housatonic River on Golden Hill Road
In storage and awaiting reconstruction at University of Massachusetts-Amherst

Golf Course Road Bridge (Oneida County, New York)
Built ca.1885 and possibly relocated in 1910; rehabilitated 1959
Through truss bridge over Mohawk River on Golf Course Road in Rome
Open to traffic

Goodwin Road Bridge (Ionia County, Michigan)
Built 1909 by the Riverside Bridge Company of Martin's Ferry, Ohio
Through truss bridge over Grand River on Goodwin Road
Closed to all traffic

Gootch's Mill Bridge (Cooper County, Missouri)
Built 1907 over Lamine River by Kansas City Bridge Co.; one span relocated here in 1938
Lost through truss bridge over Petite Saline Creek at the end of Route V, southeast of Boonville
Replaced by a new bridge

Gordon Bridge (Butler County, Kansas)
Built in 1885 by the Kansas City Bridge & Iron Co. immediately before they built the nearby Bois d'arc Bridge. Bypassed by new bridge in 1985
Abandoned through truss bridge over Walnut River on SW 163rd, west of Gordon
Abandoned with deck removed

Gorge Dam Powerhouse Bridge (Whatcom County, Washington)
Pratt through truss bridge over Skagit River on Gorge Dam Access Road
Open to private traffic

Goshen Land Company Bridge (Rockbridge County, Virginia)
Built 1890, Rehabilitated 2001-02
Two-span Pratt through truss bridge over Calfpasture River on Route 746 in Goshen
Open to traffic

Gospel Street Bridge (Orange County, Indiana)
Built 1880 by the Cleveland Bridge and Iron Company.
Through truss bridge over Lick Creek on Gospel Street in Paoli
Under repair and restoration as of January, 2017

Gould Bridge (Kingfisher County, Oklahoma)
Built 1918
Through truss bridge over Cimarron River on N2935
Closed to all traffic

Gould Farm Bridge (Caldwell County, Missouri)
Built 1885 by the Cleveland Bridge Co.; replaced 1990
Lost through truss bridge over Shoal Creek on Gould Farm Road northeast of Kingston
Replaced by concrete bridge

Gower Road Bridge (Branch County, Michigan)
Built 1900
Pony truss bridge over Coldwater River on Gower Road
Closed to all traffic

GR&I - St. Mary's River bridge (Adams County, Indiana)
Part of the Grand Rapids and Indiana Railroad "Fishing Line" from Cincinatti to Northern Michigan in conjunction with the Pere Marquette Railroad, later part of the Pennsylvania Railroad empire. Formerly used to get from Ft. Wayne to Decatur.
Pratt through truss bridge over St. Mary's River on Chicago Fort Wayne and Eastern Railroad via lease from CSX Transportation(nee Conrail, Penn Central, Pennsylvania Railroad, Grand Rapids and Indiana Railroad)
Replaced, dismantled and saved for possible reuse.

GR&I - Wabash River Bridge (Adams County, Indiana)
Part of the Grand Rapids and Indiana Railroad "Fishing Line" from Cincinatti to Northern Michigan in conjunction with the Pere Marquette Railroad, later part of the Pennsylvania Railroad empire.
Abandoned through truss bridge over Wabash River on former Penn Central (ex- Grand Rapids and Indiana Railroad, Pennsylvania Railroad) Not included in Conrail system after Penn Central failure. in Ceylon, between Geneva and Berne.
Abandoned, South span removed, North one remains. Original South span damaged in derailment and replaced. After abandonment, newer South span removed and reused in unknown location.

Grand Junction State Bridge (Mesa County, Colorado)
Built 1886; replaced by the Fifth Street Bridge in 1933
Lost through truss bridge over Colorado River on Fifth Street at Grand Junction
Replaced by new bridge

Grand Ridge Road Bridge (Grundy County, Illinois)
Built ca. 1910; rehabilitated 1965
Closed pony truss bridge over West Fork Mazon River on Grand Ridge Road (TR 109B), .49 mi. east of Tynan Rd
Closed to traffic

Grand River Bridge (Union County, Iowa)
Built ca. 1890
Through truss bridge over Grand River on 230th Street
Closed

Grand River Bridge (Daviess County, Missouri)
Built 1883 by the Kansas City Bridge & Iron Co.; closed to traffic in the 1990s. Road originally called number 5 and ran between Pattonsburg and Santa Rosa Missouri. Highway 69, built in 1932 paralleled this road and bridge just 1 mile east
Whipple through truss bridge over Grand River on 137th Street
Abandoned with deck partially missing

Granite Avenue Bridge (Daviess County, Missouri)
Built ca. 1910, probably by the Dildine Bridge Co.
Through truss bridge over Big Creek on Granite Avenue (CR 359)
Open to traffic

Grant Avenue Bridge (Benton County, Washington)
Built 1911; replaced 1986
Lost through truss bridge over Yakima River on Grant Avenue in Prosser
Replaced by new bridge

Grantville Road Bridge (St. Lawrence County, New York)
Built 1886 by the Berlin Iron Bridge Co.; Rehabilitated 1931,1965; Closed 1979
Pin connected Lenticular Warren through truss bridge over Raquette River on Grantville Road
Closed to all traffic

Grasshopper Creek Bridge (Atchison County, Kansas)
Built ca. 1890.
Pratt pony truss bridge over Grasshopper Creek, 2.0 mi. north and 0.6 mi. west of Muscotah
Intact but closed to all traffic

Graysville Bridge (Marshall County, West Virginia)
Built 1882 by the Wrought Iron Bridge Co.
Through truss bridge over Fish Creek on CR 27
Closed to all traffic

Grayville Railroad Bridge (White County, Illinois)
Built 1881, rehabilitated in 1972, abandoned in 1996, partially destroyed by flooding in 2005
Through truss bridge over Wabash River on former Illinois Central Railroad south of Grayville
Partially destroyed by flood

Great Chazy River Bridge (Clinton County, New York)
Built 1888 by the King Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 1960; Bypassed 1983
Pin connected Whipple through truss bridge over Great Chazy River on CR 34 in Mooers
Open to pedestrians only

Great Miami River CR 21 Bridge (Logan County, Ohio)
Built 1882 by the Massillon Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 1997
Whipple through truss bridge over Great Miami River on CR 21
Open to traffic

Green Bridge (Christian County, Missouri)
Built 1912 by the Canton Bridge Co. of Canton, Ohio; rehabilitated 2004
Through truss bridge over Finley Creek on Smyrna Road northeast of Ozark
Closed

Green Bridge (Polk County, Iowa)
Built 1898; closed to traffic in 1993; rehabilitated 1998 for pedestrian usage
Three-span through truss bridge over Raccoon River on SW 5th Street in Des Moines
To be restored. Project to proceed in 2016 with the bridge to be reopened in late 2016.

Green Bridge (Iowa County, Iowa)
Built 1963
Pony truss bridge over a branch of English River on now abandoned Mm Avenue
Derelict/abandoned

Green Bridge (Dona Ana County, New Mexico)
Originally the Pecos River Bridge in Chaves County (1902-1943), then moved to become the Rio Hondo Bridge at Picacho (1944-2007), and now located on the grounds of the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum (2007-present).
Pratt through truss bridge over unnamed Creek on a pedestrian path on the grounds of the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum
Open to pedestrians

Green Creek Bridge (Erath County, Texas)
Built 1906 by the King Bridge Co.; rehabilitated for vehicular use in 1991
Through truss bridge over Green Creek on CR 270
Open to traffic

Green Eyes Bridge (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
Bypassed 1971
Parker through truss bridge over Eau Claire River on Old Alignment of CR-G
Open to pedestrians

Green River Bridge (Sweetwater County, Wyoming)
Built in 1913; Replaced 1985
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Green River on Wyo 377
Replaced by new bridge

Green Valley Road Bridge (Boone County, Missouri)
Built 1906 over the Lamine River in Cooper County by the Kansas City Bridge Co.; relocated here in 1938
Through truss bridge over Hinkson Creek on Green Valley Road in Columbia
Open to pedestrians on a pedestrian path

Greenbank Mill Bridge (New) (New Castle County, Delaware)
Built 1882 at Wawa, Pennsylvania; purchased and relocated 2009-2010 to replace earlier pony truss bridge washed out in 2003
Pratt pony truss bridge over Red Clay Creek on Pedestrian path
Open to pedestrians only

Greencastle Avenue Bridge (Johnson County, Iowa)
Built 1922; Abandoned 1992
Through truss bridge over Iowa River on Greencastle Avenue
Abandoned

Greene Bridge (Butler County, Iowa)
Built 1902-03 by the Clinton Bridge & Iron Works; demolished April 1981
Lost through truss bridge over Shell Rock River on Traer Street in downtown Greene
Replaced by modern bridge

Greenlane Drive Bridge (Cumberland County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1889
Through truss bridge over Yellow Breeches Creek on Greenlane Drive in Lower Allen
Open to traffic

Greenspot Road Bridge (San Bernardino County, California)
Built 1912
Through truss bridge over Santa Ana River on Greenspot Road in Highland
Open to traffic

Greenup Bridge (Greenup County, Kentucky)
Built 1884 by the King Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 1954
Lost three-span through truss bridge over Little Sandy River on KY 2541 in Greenup
Replaced by a new bridge

Greenville-Jamestown Trail - Shenago River Bridge (Mercer County, Pennsylvania)
Through truss bridge over Shenago River on Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Greenway Recreational Trail - Mill Creek Road Overpass (Ashtabula County, Ohio)
Originallly built 1897 by the King Bridge Co. over Mill Creek on Mill Creek Road (TH 197); later relocated
Through truss bridge over Coffee Creek on the Greenway Recreational Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Greenwood Lake Bridge (Sebastian County, Arkansas)
Abandoned through truss bridge over Greenwood Lake on Mount Harmony Road
Abandoned with deck missing

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

Greycliff Bridge (Sweet Grass County, Montana)
Built 1911 by the Security Bridge Co.; relocated here 1918; replaced 1991
Lost two-span through truss bridge over Yellowstone River on CR 001
Replaced by new bridge

Gridley Bridge (DeKalb County, Missouri)
Built 1891-92 by the Dildine Bridge & Construction Co.; rehabilitated 1987; replaced 1994
Lost through truss over Grindstone Creek on Gridley Road, northwest of Cameron
Replaced by a concrete bridge

Griffis-Fountain Chunky River Bridge (Newton County, Mississippi)
Built 1922
Through truss bridge over Chunky River on Griffis-Fountain Road at Chunky
Open to traffic

Grigsby Ford Bridge (Hot Spring County, Arkansas)
Built 1909; replaced 2000
Lost three-span through truss bridge over Ouachita River on Grigsby Ford Road (CR 30) southwest of Malvern
Replaced by a modern bridge