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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.

Cold Water Creek Bridge (Butler County, Iowa)
Built 1905
Rumors of this bridge's demise are greatly exagerated
Open to traffic, signed for weight

Cole Bridge (Peoria County, Illinois)
Built 1848; Repalced 1909
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Illinois River on Bridge Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Cole Camp Park Bridge (Benton County, Missouri)
Pratt through truss bridge on a pedestrian walkway
Open to pedestrians only

Coleman Road Bridge (Morrow County, Ohio)
Built by the Massillon Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 1959
Through truss bridge over Whetstone Creek on TR 152 (Coleman Rd.)
Hit by feed delivery tanker about September 25, 2014

College Avenue Bridge (Mercer County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1914 by the Canton Bridge Co.; replaced 1986
Lost Warren deck truss bridge over Little Shenango River on College Avenue (PA 18/58)
Replaced by new bridge

Collins River Bridge (Warren County, Tennessee)
Larger of the truss spans once apart of the Hyde's Ferry Bridge (Bordeaux) Bridge in Davidson County, but the Nashville Bridge Co. relocated one of the truss spans to the Collins River site in 1924 to be apart of the Collins River Bridge.
Parker through truss bridge over Collins River on Old TN 287
Closed to all traffic

Collinsville Lenticular Bridge (Hartford County, Connecticut)
BIBCo Lenticular bridge over headrace in ex-Collins Axe Co. millyard.
Replaced by a new bridge

Columbia Bridge (Franklin County, Kansas)
Built in 1880 by the Columbia Bridge Works of Dayton, Ohio. Bypassed in 1980, but never removed. Collapsed 2010.
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Marais des Cygnes River on what appears to be a former alignment of Labette Road.
Lost

Columbus People Trail-Haw Creek Bridge (Bartholomew County, Indiana)
Built 1910; Moved to current location 2017
Camelback through truss bridge over Haw Creek on trail
Open to pedestrians only

Columbus Pike Bridge (Ross County, Ohio)
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Scioto River on Columbus Pike
Replaced by a new bridge

Comley Hill Bridge (Jefferson County, Indiana)
Built 1891; replaced 1994
Lost through truss bridge over Dry Fork Creek on CR 860 E
Replaced by new bridge

Commerce Street Bridge (Bexar County, Texas)
Built in 1880 it replaced an earlier iron bridge and was replaced by a Tee Beam in 1915
Lost Lenticular pony truss bridge over San Antonio River on East Commerce Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Conboy Bridge (Shelby County, Missouri)
Built 1910 by the Pan American Bridge Co. of New Castle, Indiana at a cost of $2795; was named for Thomas Conboy, a local landowner of that period; Had beautiful diagonal lattice work and wooden deck; replaced 2006.
Lost through truss bridge over North Fork Salt River on CR 472 beyond the end of Route HH
Replaced by a new bridge

Concord Bridge (Blount County, Alabama)
Built 1940, Briefly closed 2012, now reopened
Through truss bridge over Calvert Prong Little Warrior River on Deaverstown Road
Open to traffic

Conrail - Clarion Trestle (Clarion County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1908 by King Bridge Co.
Baltimore deck truss bridge over Clarion River on Conrail
Intact but closed to all traffic

Conrail - Clifty Creek Bridge (Bartholomew County, Indiana)
Built ca.1890
Abandoned through truss bridge over Clifty Creek on former Madison railroad
Abandoned with deck missing

Conrail - Little Juniata River Bridge (Blair County, Pennsylvania)
1890 .The Lewisburg &Tyrone Railroad operated as a PRR subsidiary.
Abandoned bridge over Little Juniata on Formerly Lewisburg and Tyrone Railroad
Abandoned

Conrail - Wood River Bridge (Madison County, Illinois)
Built 1902
Pratt Through truss bridge over Wood River on Abandoned Conrail and Pipeline
Intact carrying pipeline but closed to all traffic

Cook Road Bridge (Amador County, California)
Built 1895, Replaced Ca. 1995
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Dry Creek on Cook Road
Replaced by new bridge

Cook's Ford Bridge (Monroe County, Missouri)
Built 1914 by the Decatur Bridge Co.; relocated here in 1930
Through truss over Long Branch on CR 624
Open to traffic

Coon Rapids Bowstring (Carroll County, Iowa)
Lost Bowstring through truss bridge over Middle Raccoon River on Main Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Cooper Iron Bridge (Putnam County, Indiana)
Built in 1891 by the St. Louis Bridge & Iron Co.
Through truss bridge over Deer Creek on CR 25 East
Open to Traffic

Copper Creek Bridge (Russell County, Virginia)
Built 1916
Pony truss bridge over Copper Creek on Route 606
Open to traffic

Cornelia Lake Bridge (Wright County, Iowa)
Built 1877, replaced 1986, Moved to present location
Pony truss bridge over inlet of Cornelia Lake on a pedestrian trail
Open to pedestrians

Cornhusker Road Bridge (Sarpy County, Nebraska)
Built 1935
Pony truss bridge over an unnamed stream on Cornhusker Road, 1 mi. north and .5 mi. east of Gretna
Intact but closed to all traffic

CORP - Calapooya Creek Bridge (Douglas County, Oregon)
Built 1906
Parker through truss bridge over Calapooya Creek on Central Oregon and Pacific Railroad (CORP)
Open to traffic

CORP - Coast Fork Willamette River Bridge (Lane County, Oregon)
Built 1916 by the Southern Pacific Railroad
Pratt through truss bridge over Coast Fork Willamette River on Central Oregon and Pacific Railroad (CORP)
Open to traffic

CORP - Cow Creek Bridge (Douglas County, Oregon)
Built 1905
Pratt through truss bridge over Cow Creek on Central Oregon and Pacific Railroad (CORP)
Open to traffic

CORP - South Umpqua River Bridge (Douglas County, Oregon)
Built 1906
Pratt through truss bridge over South Umpqua River on Central Oregon and Pacific Railroad (CORP) in Myrtle Creek
Open to traffic

Costilla Crossing Bridge (Conejos County, Colorado)
Built 1892 by the Wrought Iron Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 2006
Two-span Thacher through truss bridge over the Rio Grande on CR G east of Antonito
Open to one-lane traffic

Cotton Belt - Brazos River Bridge (McLennan County, Texas)
Abandoned bridge over Brazos River
Abandoned

Cottonwood Creek Bridge (Siskiyou County, California)
Probably relocated here 1957; rehabilitated 1987
Pratt through truss bridge over Cottonwood Creek on CR 9K006
Open to traffic

Cottonwood River-Bellefontaine Bridge (Marion County, Kansas)
Built ca. 1890
Pratt through truss bridge over Cottonwood River
Abandoned with deck removed.

Cottonwood Slough Bridge (Yolo County, California)
Built 1932; rehabilitated 1956
Pratt Through truss bridge over Cottonwood Slough on CR 25
Open to traffic

Country Club Road Bridge (Walker County, Alabama)
Built 1898 by the Canton Bridge Co.
Through truss bridge over Blackwater Creek on Country Club Road in Jasper
Closed until guardrail repairs are performed

Country Club Road Bridge (Owen County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1905; Lost 2015
Pony truss bridge over Little Mill Creek on CR 150 East
Replaced by a new bridge in 2015

County Line Bridge (Coles County, Illinois)
Built 1895; replaced 1982
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Embarras River on TR 1 (CR 2000N)
Replaced by new bridge

County Line Bridge (Louisa County, Iowa)
Built 1893 by the Gillette-Herzog Manufacturing Co.
Pony truss bridge over Long Creek on County Line Road
Closed to all traffic

County Road 100 East Deer Creek Bridge (Cass County, Indiana)
Built 1885 by the Wrought Iron Bridge Co.
Through truss bridge over Deer Creek on CR 100 East
Closed to all traffic

County Road 616 Wallens Creek Bridge (Lee County, Virginia)
Built 1932
Warren through truss bridge over Wallens Creek on County Road 616
Open to traffic

Court Creek Bridge (Knox County, Illinois)
Abandoned pratt through truss bridge over Court Creek on Old Wagon Road
Derelict/abandoned

Court Street Viaduct (Muskogee County, Oklahoma)
Built 1905 by the Muskogee Bridge Co.; restored 2002
Through truss bridge over Katy Railroad on Court Street in Muskogee
Open to traffic

Cow Creek Bridge (Malheur County, Oregon)
Built 1924
Pratt through truss bridge over Cow Creek on Danner Road (CR 793)
Open to traffic

Cowan Bridge (Cedar County, Missouri)
Built 1919 by the Pioneer Construction Co.
Through truss bridge over Sac River on CR 400
Open to one-lane traffic

Cox Bridge (Fayette County, Illinois)
Built 1911
Through truss bridge over Kaskaskia River on Cox Bridge road
Closed to all traffic

Cox Creek Bridge (Crawford County, Kansas)
Built ca. 1920; closed to traffic 1992
Pony truss bridge over Cox Creek, 8.6 mi. north and 4.0 mi. east of Arma
Closed

Cox Ford Bridge (Caldwell County, Missouri)
Built 1888 by the King Iron Bridge Co.
Lost wrought iron through truss bridge over Shoal Creek on Bonanza Road
Caldwell County removed bridge and has it in storage.

CP - La Crescent Swing Bridge (Houston County, Minnesota)
Built 1901, Swing Span scheduled for replacement
Pratt through truss bridge over Mississippi River on Canadian Pacific Railway
Open to traffic

CP - Menomonee River Swing Bridge (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
Built 1904, Approach appears newer
Through truss bridge over Menomonee River on Canadian Pacific Railway in Minwaukee
Open to traffic

CP - Whitewood Creek Bridge (Lawrence County, South Dakota)
Built 1898, Moved Here Ca. 1909
Pratt Through truss bridge over Whitewood Creek on Rapid City, Pierre & Eastern Railroad
Open to traffic

CPRR - Bear River Bridge (Box Elder County, Utah)
Built 1882; Replaced & relocated 1886
Whipple through truss bridge over Bear River on Central Pacific Railroad relocated to Springfield, Oregon.
Replaced by a new bridge

CR 227 Cameron Through Truss (Milam County, Texas)
Part of 1896 Brazos River Bridge relocated circa 1940 (Possible)
Abandoned Pin-Connected Parker Through Truss bridge over Little River on Road
Abandoned

CR 510 Bridge (Marquette County, Michigan)
Originally built in Pennsylvania around the turn of the century. Acquired by the state of Michigan in 1919 and erected in 1921. Closed to traffic in 2010.
Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Dead River on former CR 510
Open to pedestrians

CR&NW - Copper River Bridge (Valdez-Cordova Census Area, Alaska)
Through truss bridge over Copper River on Copper River & Northwestern Railroad


Craig Bridge (Lewis and Clark County, Montana)
Built 1903; replaced and relocated in 2006
A three-span through truss bridge, formerly over the Missouri River at Craig, is now relocated and sitting at the old State Nursery grounds awaiting to be reassembled as a pedestrian bridge for a park.
Awaiting reconstruction at the old State Nursery grounds near Helena

Craig Creek Bridge (Botetourt County, Virginia)
Built 1886; relocated 1902
Deck truss bridge over Craig Creek on Old Rail Road (Route 817)
Open to traffic

Craig Road Bridge (Crawford County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1896 by Youngstown Bridge Co.
Through truss bridge over Woodcock Creek on Craig Road (TR 600)
Open to traffic

Crane Road Bridge (Crane County, Texas)
Abandoned through truss bridge over Pecos River on the Old Crane Road, east of Imperial
Abandoned with deck missing

Cratetown Road Bridge (Hunterdon County, New Jersey)
Built 1901; rehabilitated 1997
Pony truss bridge over Prescott Brook on Cratetown Road
Open to traffic

Crawford Avenue Bridge (Fayette County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1905; Replaced 1959
Lost Parker through truss bridge over Youghiogheny River on Crawford Avenue & West Penn Railway
Replaced by a new bridge

Crawford Bottoms Rd Bridge (Morgan County, Alabama)
Abandoned pony truss bridge over Cotaco Creek on Old alignment of Crawford Bottoms Rd
Abandoned, bypassed in 1987

Crawford Street Bridge (Parke County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1892, bypassed in 1949, demolished in 1951
Lost Through truss bridge over Wabash River on Crawford Street at Montezuma
Replaced by new bridge

Creamery Road Bridge (Frederick County, Maryland)
Built 1885; rehabilitated 1997
Pony truss bridge over Toms Creek on Creamery Road
Open to traffic

Crescent Bridge (Scott County, Iowa)
Built 1898, Iowa Approach Added 1905
Camelback through truss bridge over Mississippi River on BNSF/CP/IC&E/DM&E Railroad in Davenport
Open to traffic

Criner Creek Bridge (McClain County, Oklahoma)
Built 1913; rehabilitated 1958
Through truss bridge over Criner Creek on E1440
Replaced by a new bridge

Crockett Street Bridge (Bexar County, Texas)
Built 1891 by the Berlin Iron Bridge Co.
Lenticular pony truss bridge over San Antonio River on Crockett Street in San Antonio
Open to traffic

Cronk Road Bridge (Hillsdale County, Michigan)
Built 1886; Replaced 1987
Lost Pratt pony truss bridge over St. Joseph River on Cronk Road in Litchfield
Replaced by new bridge

Crooked Creek AR 14 Bridge (Marion County, Arkansas)
Lost through truss over Crooked Creek on AR 14 in Yellville
Replaced by a new bridge in 1959

Crooked Creek Bridge (Washington County, Iowa)
Built 1895
Through truss bridge over Crooked Creek on Orange Avenue
Closed to all traffic

Cross Creek 42nd Street Bridge (Shawnee County, Kansas)
Built by the Canton Bridge Co.
Abandoned pony truss bridge over Cross Creek on 42nd Street, just off Carlson Road south of Rossville
Abandoned, but still intact

Cross Creek 46th Street Bridge (Shawnee County, Kansas)
Derelict through truss bridge over Cross Creek on 46th Street, just off Carlson Road south of Rossville
Derelict with deck missing

Cross Creek Bridge (Jackson County, Kansas)
Pony truss bridge over Cross Creek on a local road, 4.0 mi. south and 3.3 mi. west of Soldier
Derelict/abandoned

Crossman Bridge (Worcester County, Massachusetts)
Built 1888 by Berlin Iron Bridge Co.
Lenticular pony truss bridge over Quaboag River on Gilbert Road in Warren
Open to traffic

Crossman Road Bridge (Wyoming County, New York)
Built 1887
Pratt through truss bridge over Oatka Creek on Crossman Road
Closed to all traffic

Croton River Bridge (Westchester County, New York)
Built 1904; rehabilitated 1942
Through truss bridge over Croton River on Deans Bridge Road
Closed to all traffic

Crow's Bridge (Putnam County, Indiana)
Built 1902
Lost through truss bridge over Big Walnut Creek on CR 100 East
Replaced and dismantled

Crystal Avenue Bridge (Macon County, Missouri)
Built ca. 1890; relocated here ca. 1920
Through truss bridge over the BNSF Railroad on Crystal Avenue
Open to traffic

Crystal Creek Bridge (Pawnee County, Oklahoma)
Built 1932; replaced 2002
Lost pony truss bridge over Crystal Creek on N3550
No longer exists

CSCD - Wentachee River Bridge (Chelan County, Washington)
Through truss bridge over Wenatchee River on Railroad
Open to traffic

CSX - Alabama River Bridge (Autauga County, Alabama)
Through truss bridge over Alabama River on CSX Railroad
Open to traffic

CSX - Beaver Bridge (Beaver County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1910, replaced an earlier bridge built in 1890
Cantilevered through truss bridge over the Ohio River
Open to railroad traffic

CSX - Cassleman River Bridge (Somerset County, Pennsylvania)
Pratt through truss bridge over Cassleman River on CSX car storage track
Open to traffic

CSX - Hawk's Nest Bridge (Fayette County, West Virginia)
Originally built for the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway
Parker through truss bridge over New River
Open to traffic

CSX - Levisa Branch Bridge (Pike County, Kentucky)
Built 1894 by the Pencoyd Bridge & Construction Co. over Ohio River, moved ca. 1960
Parker Camelback through truss bridge over Big Sandy River (Levisa Fork) at junction with Russell Fork on former CSX Levisa Branch
Closed to all traffic

CSX - Lower Scioto River Bridge (Franklin County, Ohio)
Pinned Pratt Deck Truss bridge over Scioto River in Columbus, Ohio
Open to traffic

CSX - New River Bridge (Fayette County, West Virginia)
Built 1899
Through truss bridge over New River on CSX Railroad
Open to traffic

CSX - Northern Route Bridge (Vigo County, Indiana)
Built around 1900 for NYC railroad, now carries CSX Transportation and Conrail Shared Assets traffic
Warren through truss bridge over Wabash River on CSX Transportation
Open to traffic

CSX - Ohio River Bridge (Parkersburg) (Wood County, West Virginia)
Crosses Ohio River between Parkersburg, WV, and Belpre, OH. Constructed between 1868-1870 by B&O railroad. Longest in world upon completion at 7140 feet.
Through truss bridge over Ohio River on CSX Railroad
Open to traffic

CSX - Patapsco River Bridge (Baltimore County, Maryland)
Built 1902 by the American Bridge Company; once carried 2 tracks
Through truss bridge over Patapsco River, Ilchester Road on CSX Railroad (formerly B&O Railroad Old Main Line)
Open to traffic

CSX - Pigeon Creek Bridge (Vanderburgh County, Indiana)
Through truss bridge over Pigeon creek on CSX Railroad


CSX - Pigeon Creek Bridge (Ohio Street) (Vanderburgh County, Indiana)
Parker through truss bridge over Pigeon Creek on a railroad in Evansville
Open to traffic

CSX - Potomac River Swing Bridge (Washington, District of Columbia)
Built 1904; majorly rebuilt 1942-43 with girder spans replacing truss spans except for swing span
Through truss and girder bridge over Potomac River on CSX Railroad
Open to traffic

CSX - Raccoon Creek Bridge (Licking County, Ohio)
Pratt through truss bridge over Raccoon Creek on CSX Railroad
Open to traffic

CSX - Radnor Cutoff Bridge (Davidson County, Tennessee)
Built as a spur of the main line of the old Louisville & Nashville Railroad, to bypass the Union Station downtown
One Camelback through truss and 3 Warren through trusses over the Cumberland River on CSX Railroad
Open to traffic

CSX - Seneca Lift Bridge (Grundy County, Illinois)
Three-span through truss railroad bridge with center lift span over the Illinois River east of Seneca. Damaged by a train derailment and collapse in 1916.
Three-span Pratt through truss bridge with center lift span over Illinois River on CSX Rail spur in Seneca
In use; rail line leased by CSX Transportation through 2030

CSX - Sewell Bridge (Fayette County, West Virginia)
Built 1907
Parker through truss bridge over New River on CSX Railroad
Open to traffic

CSX - Susquehanna River Bridge (Harford County, Maryland)
Built 1907-09 by Baltimore & Ohio RR as double-track bridge and opened January 6, 1910, later single-tracked
Through and deck truss bridge over Susquehanna on railroad
Open to traffic

CSX - Upper Scioto River Bridge (Franklin County, Ohio)
Through truss bridge over Scioto River in Columbus
Open to traffic

CSX - West Brownsville Junction Bridge (Washington County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1912,
Pennsylvania Petit through truss bridge over Monongahela River on Railroad (NS)
Open to traffic

CSX - White River Bridge (Marion County, Indiana)
Built in 1886 by the Keystone Bridge Company.
Through truss bridge over White River in Indianapolis
Open to traffic