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Hale Bridge (Jones County, Iowa)
Built 1877-1879; Replaced 2003; Relocated 2006
Relocated Bowstring pony truss bridge over Wapsipinicon River on 100th Avenue in Hale Township
Open to pedestrians only

Half Mound Bridge (Jefferson County, Kansas)
Purchased from a company in Nebraska and erected by Jefferson County in 1935. Replaced by a new bridge in 1983.
Lost Baltimore through truss bridge over Delaware River on Half Mound Road (FAS 1325)
Removed and replaced by new bridge on new alignment

Hamilton Covered Bridge 13-34-01x (Hancock County, Illinois)
Built 1881 as a temporary span on the Keokuk-Hamilton Bridge; relocated ca. 1883; destroyed by fire 1969
Lost Howe covered bridge over Railroad Creek on Main Street at Hamilton
Destroyed by fire

Hampton Avenue Bridge (Greenville County, South Carolina)
Installed 1909 (Likely relocated and modified); closed to traffic 1994; removed 2012
Lost through truss bridge over Norfolk Southern Railway on Hampton Ave (S-23-47) in Greenville
Removed but not replaced

Hanley Bridge (Polk County, Iowa)
Two spans damaged & replaced 1953, Removed ca. 1975
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Des Moines River on Jester Park Drive
Removed

Hardin City Bridge (Hardin County, Iowa)
Built 1879; relocated 1989 to a location one mile from its original location
Relocated through truss bridge northwest of Steamboat Rock
Relocated to a wildlife refuge just off the street. Bridge is derelict but may be relocated to a park or bike trail in the future

Harris Ford Bridge (Warren County, Indiana)
Built 1887, rehabilitated in 1970, relocated in 1999
Through truss bridge originally over Big Pine Creek on CR 125 E
Replaced by new bridge and relocated to Monroe County

Haupt Creek Bridge (Sonoma County, California)
Built 1880, relocated 1909 to Monte Rio, relocated 1937 to this location
Pinned Pratt through truss bridge over Haupt Creek on Stewart Point Skagg Springs Road
Open to traffic

Hawkins Ford Bridge (Christian County, Missouri)
Built 1915 by the Canton Bridge Co.; relocated here in 1966
Two-span pony truss bridge over Finley Creek on Seneca Road
Closed

Hays Street Bridge (Bexar County, Texas)
Originally built 1881 as a railroad bridge over the Nueces River; moved to current location in 1910 as a road bridge; rehabilitated and reopened to pedestrians in 2010
Whipple through truss bridge over Union Pacific Railroad on Hays Street in San Antonio
Open to pedestrians

Henszey's Bridge (Cumberland County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1869 as a two-span bridge at Slatington in Lehigh County; relocated 1900 to Wanamakers; closed to trafic 1987; moved to Central Pennsylvania College in 2002
Relocated bowstring pony truss bridge on a pedestrian walkway at Central Pennsylvania College
Open to pedestrians

Heritage Trail - Truss Bridge (Dubuque County, Iowa)
Built 1872, Relocated to Road 1889, relocated here in 1992, restored in 2011
Pratt through truss bridge on Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Heuer Bridge (Cape Girardeau County, Missouri)
Built 1914 on Perryville Road; relocated June 1964 to the George Heuer Farm
Pony truss bridge over Cape La Croix Creek on a private driveway off CR 621
Open to private traffic

Hibbs Bridge (Madison County, Indiana)
Built in Fountain County in 1903 by the Attica Bridge Company, moved to Madison County in 2008.
Parker through truss bridge over West Fork White River on Trail in Anderson
Reopened after levee construction completed.

Hibernia Mine Railroad Bridge (Somerset County, New Jersey)
Built 1879 as part of the Hibernia Mine Railroad, moved in 1894 to Hillsborough, and then relocated and rehabilitated in 2007 to be used on the Raritan River Greenway
Pratt through truss bridge over Raritan Power Canal on Raritan River Greenway
Open to pedestrians

Hickory Creek CR 524 Bridge (Audrain County, Missouri)
Built 1923 on a state highway; relocated here ca. 1970
Pony truss bridge over Hickory Creek on CR 524
Open to traffic

High Street Bridge (Middlesex County, Massachusetts)
Built 1890; rehabilitated 1921; replaced 1999; relocated to Blackstone River Bikeway 2001
Lost Double-intersection Warren pony truss bridge over Boston & Albany Railroad on High Street
Replaced by a new bridge; trusses relocated to Millbury

Hodgsons Mill Bridge (Ozark County, Missouri)
Built ca. 1925; probably relocated here from elsewhere
Pony truss bridge over the spring branch at Hodgsons Mill, just off MO 181
Open to traffic for private use only

Holiday Cottage Road Bridge (Berkshire County, Massachusetts)
Built 1894; rehabilitated 1990; disassembled and relocated to University of Massachusetts Amherst
Queenpost pony truss bridge formerly over Wahconah Brook on Holiday Cottage Road
In storage and awaiting reconstruction

Hoover Trail - Unnamed Branch of Honey Creek Bridge (Louisa County, Iowa)
Moved here after 1980
Pony truss bridge over Unamed Branch of Honey Creek on the Hoover Trail.
Open to pedestrians only

Horse Creek Cove, Grand Lake Bridge (Delaware County, Oklahoma)
According to local, bridge was started but never completed.
Never completed bridge over Grand Lake
Project abandoned

Horse Creek Covered Bridge 37-10-14 (Douglas County, Oregon)
Built 1930, Bypassed 1968, Removed 1987, Re-built in Myrtle Creek 1990
Howe through truss bridge over Myrtle Creek on Pedestrian Path in Myrtle Creek
Open to pedestrians

Houck Bridge (Carroll County, Indiana)
Built 1913 over Big Walnut Creek in Putnam County. Relocated to Delphi and reopened on July 5, 2014
Pratt through truss bridge over Wabash and Erie Canal on a pedestrian path in the Wabash and Erie Canal Park
Open to pedestrians

Howellville Road Bridge (Chester County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1879; rehabilitated ca. 04
Pony truss bridge over Norfolk Southern Railway on Howellville Road in Devon-Berwyn
Open to traffic

Hoyt Street Bridge (Gage County, Nebraska)
Built c. 1870, possibly by Ohio Bridge Company/William Rezner.
Bowstring through truss bridge over Big Blue River on Hoyt Street
Derelict/abandoned

IAIS - Rock River Bridge (N) (Rock Island County, Illinois)
Built 1894 crossing Sylvan Slough; Relocated here ca. 1930
Quadrangular Through Truss Bridge over Rock River on Iowa Interstate Railroad
Open to traffic

IAIS - Walnut Creek Bridge (Polk County, Iowa)
Pony truss bridge over Walnut Creek on Iowa Interstate Railroad
Open to traffic

IC - First Dubuque Bridge (Dubuque County, Iowa)
Built 1868, Approach Trusses added 1872, Swing Span Replaced 1896, Rest of Bridge Replaced 1900
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Mississippi River on Former Illinois Central Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

Imes Covered Bridge (Madison County, Iowa)
Built 1870; relocated in 1887 and 1977; rehabilitated 1997
Covered bridge at Imes Bridge Park in St. Charles
Open to pedestrians only

Irish Bend Covered Bridge 37-02-09 (Benton County, Oregon)
Built 1921 at another site, Relocated to Irish Bend Road 1954, Closed 1975, Relocated to OSU location 1988
Howe through truss bridge over Oak Creek on Midge Cramer Path
Open to pedestrians

Iron Furnace Bridge (Grafton County, New Hampshire)
Built 1889 by the Berlin Iron Bridge Co.; Relocated and converted to pedestrian use 2001
Pin-connected Lenticular pony truss bridge over a tributary of Gale River on a pedestrian path
Open to pedestrians only

Island Park Bridge (Lenawee County, Michigan)
Originally on Church St., removed & stored in 30's, moved to park entrance, moved to present location 1980's.
Pratt pony truss bridge over South Branch Raisin River on Island Park Trail
Open to pedestrians only

J.D.Coffing Bridge (Fountain County, Indiana)
Built in 1886 as part of a 7-span bridge across the Wabash near Attica, moved to this location in 1924.
Two-span through truss bridge over Coal Creek on CR 800 South
Open to traffic

Jack C. Fisher Park Walking Trail Bridge (Daviess County, Kentucky)
Pratt pony truss bridge over a pond on the Jack C. Fisher Walking Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Joe Creek Bridge (Tulsa County, Oklahoma)
This 1909 span was originally part of the multi-span bridge across the Arkansas river at Jenks. When the next bridge was built, this span was salvaged and placed over Joe Creek on a private drive.
Through truss bridge over Joe Creek on a private drive adjacent to East Magnolia Drive
Open as a private entrance to a trailer park

John Bright No. 1 Iron Bridge (Fairfield County, Ohio)
Originally built ca. 1884 by the Hocking Valley Bridge Works over Poplar Creek on Havenport Road near Carroll.
Wrought-iron through truss bridge relocated to the Ohio University-Lancaster campus in 1999.
Open to pedestrians only

John Bright No. 2 Covered Bridge 35-23-10 (Fairfield County, Ohio)
Originally built 1881 by Augustus Borneman over Poplar Creek on Bish Road near Carroll. Rehabilitated 1913. Relocated 1988.
Covered bridge relocated to the Ohio University-Lancaster campus in Lancaster
Open to pedestrians only

Johnson Bridge (Stillwater County, Montana)
Built Between 1878 and 1888; Potentially Relocated or Repaired in 1907.
Through truss bridge over Stillwater River on CR 249 in Absarokee
Open to traffic

Johnson Street Bridge (Bexar County, Texas)
Built 1880. Moved to Johnson Street in 1914. Disappeared ca 1980. Probably destroyed
Lenticular pony truss bridge over San Antonio River on East Johnson Street
Unknown-assume destroyed

Johnstown Bridge (Schenectady County, New York)
Built ca. 1869 over Cayadutta Creek; relocated to Union College in 1979
Bowstring pony truss bridge on pedestrian walkway on the Union College campus
Open to pedestrians

Jolly Mill Lane Bridge (Newton County, Missouri)
Through truss bridge on Jolly Mill Lane
Open to traffic

KCS - Cross Bayou "A" Bridge (Caddo Parish, Louisiana)
Originally built in 1890 over the Arkansas River in Oklahoma. Re-erected over Cross Bayou adjacent to downtown Shreveport in 1926. Used by KCS into the 1980's.
Waddell "A" truss bridge over Cross Bayou on the Kansas City Southern Railroad in Shreveport, near Spring Street. One of only 2 surviving Waddell "A" truss bridges in the US, the Linn Creek Bridge in Missouri being the other.
Abandoned

KCS - Sallisaw Creek Bridge (Sequoyah County, Oklahoma)
This bridge was originally located at Ft. Smith, Arkansas across the Poteau River. When this route flooded in the 1940's the branch line was abandoned and this bridge was moved to Marble City.
Through truss bridge over Sallisaw Creek on KCS Railroad Spur to Marble Quarry in Marble City


Kearny's Gap Bridge (Santa Fe County, New Mexico)
Built 1913 by the Missouri Valley Bridge & Iron Co.
Warren pony truss bridge over Arroyo de los Pinos on a pedestrian trail
Open to pedestrians only

Kellogg Bridge (Tulsa County, Oklahoma)
Built 1915, Relocated c. 2002.
Bedstead Pratt pony truss bridge over small lake on the grounds of the Oklahoma Department of Transportation Tulsa office, on footpath.
Open to pedestrians

Kent Park Bowstring Arch Bridge (Johnson County, Iowa)
Built in the 1870's over a tributary of Old Man's Creek in Liberty Township on Dane Road this bridge was moved to F.W. Kent Park in the late 1990's
Bowstring pony truss bridge on a trail at F.W. Kent County Park
Open to pedestrians

Kent Park Half-Hip Pony Truss Bridge (Johnson County, Iowa)
Pony truss bridge on a trail at F.W. Kent County Park
Open to pedestrians

Kent Park High Truss Bridge (Johnson County, Iowa)
Built in 1902 over Old Man's Creek at Maier Road near Iowa City, moved to this location in 2003 and after some alterations, put into place on the trail.
Pratt through truss bridge on a trail at F.W. Kent County Park
Open to pedestrians

Kent Park Pony Truss Bridge (Johnson County, Iowa)
Built ca. 1920
Pony truss bridge on a trail at F.W. Kent County Park
Open to pedestrians

Kent Park Pony Truss Bridge (Johnson County, Iowa)
Built ca. 1910
Queenpost pony truss bridge on a trail at F.W. Kent County Park
Open to pedestrians

Kent Park Pratt Half-Hip Pony Truss Bridge (Johnson County, Iowa)
Built in 1908 by the Iowa Bridge Company of Des Moines over Buck Creek in Pleasant Valley Township; relocated to Kent Park trail.
Pony truss bridge on a trail at F.W. Kent County Park
Open to pedestrians

Kent Park Roof Truss Bridge (Johnson County, Iowa)
Roof truss bowstring bridge on a trail at F.W. Kent County Park
Open to pedestrians

Keystone Bridge (Park County, Colorado)
Built ca. 1870 by the Keystone Bridge Co. for the Denver, South Park and Pacific Railroad in Jefferson County near Kassler. Converted to highway use ca. 1935; relocated 1985.
Wrought-iron through truss bridge over North Fork South Platte River at Bailey
Open to pedestrians only

Kingston Ford Bridge (Washington County, Missouri)
Built 1885-86 at Lemay Ferry by the St. Louis Bridge & Iron Co.; relocated here in 1917
Closed through truss bridge over Big River just northeast of Washington State Park
Closed to all traffic

Kissing Bridge (Porter County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1900 over railroad tracks south of campus, truss span saved and moved onto campus in 2004
Pratt pony truss bridge on a pedestrian trail
Open to pedestrians only

Kiwanis Bridge (Sioux County, Iowa)
Built 1912, converted to pedestrian use by the Kiwanis Club
Two-span through truss bridge over Rock River on Kiwians Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Kiwanis Park Bridge (Johnson County, Iowa)
Built 1904 over Picayune Creek southeast of Sharon Center; Closed 1994; Relocated to Kiwanis Park in 1998
Pony truss bridge over Willow Creek in Kiwanis Park in Coralville
Open to pedestrians only

KJRY - New Spoon River Bridge (Fulton County, Illinois)
Built for the Missouri Pacific Colorado River crossing in Bay City, Texas; moved here in 2014
Deck plate girder bridge over Spoon River on Keokuk Junction Railway
Open to traffic

Klinepeter Covered Bridge 38-55-03 (Snyder County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1871; relocated in 1982
Covered bridge over Beaver Creek on Railroad Avenue in Beaver Springs
Open to traffic

Klondike Road Bridge (Jefferson County, Missouri)
Built 1900 by the St. Louis Bridge & Iron Co. as a two-span bridge at Times Beach over the Meramec River (Votaw Bridge). One span relocated here in 1933; replaced by a new bridge in 1993
Lost through truss bridge over Big River on Klondike Road northeast of Morse Mill
Replaced by modern bridge

Knoebels Amusement Park Bridge (Columbia County, Pennsylvania)
Pony truss bridge over South Branch Roaring Creek on Railroad
Open

Kolekole Park Bridge (Hawaii County, Hawaii)
Built 1950 using steel from a railroad bridge over Wailuku River that was damage in the 1946 tsunami.
Warren deck truss with all verticals bridge over Kolekole Stream and Park on Hawaii Belt Road
Open to traffic

Kougarok River Bridge (Nome Census Area, Alaska)
Built or relocated 1941
Through truss bridge over Kougarok River on Nome-Taylor Road
Open to traffic

Kurtz Mill Covered Bridge 38-36-03 (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1876; relocated here in 1974
Covered bridge over Mill Creek on Kiwanis Road in Lancaster City Park
Open to traffic

Kuzitrin River Bridge (Nome Census Area, Alaska)
Built 1917, moved 1961, First installed on Cushman Street, Fairbanks, AK
Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Kuzitrin River on Nome-Taylor Road
Open to traffic

L&HR - Delaware River Bridge (Old) (Northampton County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1899 using some second-hand parts; Replaced 1907
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Delaware River on Central Railroad of New Jersey
Replaced by a new bridge

LA&SL - Terminal Island Bridge (Los Angeles County, California)
Built 1908; Removed 1934
Warren through truss bridge over Los Angeles River on Los Angeles & Salt Lake Railroad
Removed and relocated to Longview Washington

Labadie Bottom Road Bridge (Franklin County, Missouri)
Built 1901 by Stupp Brothers Bridge & Iron Co.; later moved to this location
Through truss bridge over Labadie Creek on Labadie Bottom Road
Replaced by a new bridge and relocated. It has been repainted and appears to be in use.

Lake Bridge (Adair County, Kentucky)
Built by Champion Bridge Company, Relocated to current location around 1998
Polygonal Warren pony truss bridge over Lake on Driveway
Open to traffic

Lakewood Park Bridge (Saline County, Kansas)
Built 1887 by the Missouri Valley Bridge & Iron Works
Through truss bridge over Smoky Hill River on Lakewood Drive in Salina
Relocated to Lakewood Park Middle School where it serves as a pedestrian bridge.

LAMMSCAPES Railroad Bridge (Washington County, Wisconsin)
Built 1883 on a railroad in Des Plaines, Illinois; Relocated to Lebannon, Wisconsin in 1910; Relocated and Restored at Present Location in 1998
Double-intersection Warren pony truss bridge over Cedar Creek on Private Drive
Open to traffic

Lamoille Valley Rail-Trail - Missisquoi River Bridge (Swanton) (Franklin County, Vermont)
Built 1902; dismantled & moved 2003; Reconstructed as pedestrian bridge in 2009
Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Missisquoi River on Lamoille Valley Rail Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Laramie River CR 740 Bridge (Albany County, Wyoming)
Built 1926 on Old US 30; relocated ca. 1932; replaced 1993
Lost Pratt pony truss bridge over Laramie River on CR 740
Replaced by new bridge

Larkin Covered Bridge 38-15-11 (Chester County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1881; relocated 2006
Covered bridge over a ditch next to Byers Station Blvd.
Open to pedestrians only

Laymon Road Bridge (Clinton County, Ohio)
Built 1871 by the Massillon Bridge Co.
Relocated bowstring pony truss bridge originally over TR 272 (Laymon Rd.)
Preserved in Denver Williams Park, Wilmington, Ohio

Leet Street Bridge (Allegheny County, Pennsylvania)
Originally built 1886 by the Morse Bridge Co. at Lawrence Junction; relocated here in 1904
Through truss bridge over Norfolk Southern Railroad and PA 65 on Leet Street in Leetsdale
Intact but closed to all traffic

Leicester Hollow Trail Bridge (Rutland County, Vermont)
Stringer Built 1909; Closed and abandoned 2001; 1906 Truss placed over stringer 2013
Warren pony truss with alternating verticals bridge over Neshobe River on C3022
Open to pedestrians only

Lenox Bridge (Dyer County, Tennessee)
Built 1917 by the Vincennes Bridge Co.; damaged by overweight load in 1978; dismanted 1985; relocated 1987-88
Pratt swing pony truss bridge, pin-connected, originally spanning Obion River on CR S8025 west of Lenox
Open to pedestrians only

Lewis Creek Bridge (Chittenden County, Vermont)
Built 1919 on Turkey Lane; Relocated 1998 to Pedestrean Path in Hinesburg, Vermont
Warren pony truss bridge over Patrick Brook on Pedestrean Path
Open to pedestrians

Liberty Trail Bridge (Buchanan County, Iowa)
Built 1870; relocated here in 2000
Pony truss bridge over unknown stream on Liberty Trail
Open to pedestrians

Lick Log Creek Bridge (Bollinger County, Missouri)
Built 1900 at Zalma, relocated ca. 1930 after the new Zalma Bridge was constructed; bypassed by new truss bridge in 1995
Derelict through truss over Lick Log Creek just south of Gipsy Bridge on CR 736
Abandoned with portions of deck missing, replaced by new truss bridge

Lickskillet Bridge (Logan County, Kentucky)
Built 1880 by the Penn Bridge Works; replaced 1990 and later relocated to a city park
Pratt pony truss bridge in Auburn Park
Open to traffic going through the park

Light Plant Bridge (Barton County, Missouri)
Built 1926 by the Concrete & Steel Construction Co.; replaced 2003
Through truss bridge formerly over Muddy Fork Spring River on NE 15th Lane
Now sitting on private property just south of the original location

Lime Kiln Road Bridge (Newton County, Missouri)
Built 1882 as a railroad bridge by the King Bridge Co.; later relocated here for vehicular traffic
Through truss bridge over Shoal Creek on Lime Kiln Road north of Neosho in Neosho
Open to pedestrians

Lincoln Highway South Skunk River Bridge (Old) (Story County, Iowa)
Built 1920; moved to 150th Street over the South Skunk River 1952.
Truss bridge over South Skunk River on Lincoln Highway
Replaced by new bridge but relocated

LIRR - LEAD Drawbridge (Nassau County, New York)
Built ? in Florida; Relocated here 1988;
Warren through truss bridge over Reynolds Channel on LIRR Long Beach Branch
Open to traffic

Lisbon Bridge (Columbiana County, Ohio)
Built 1872; replaced and relocated in 1966; relocated and restored in 2017.
Bowstring truss bridge formerly crossing Middle Fork Little Beaver Creek
Open to pedestrian traffic in new location.

Little Black River MO 142 Bridge (Ripley County, Missouri)
Originally built 1922 on MO 25 over Castor River; trusses relocated here in 1949
Three-span pony truss bridge over Little Black River on MO 142, northwest of Naylor
Open to two-lane traffic on a paved road

Little Log House Pioneer Village Spiral Bridge (Dakota County, Minnesota)
Built 1893 over Yellow Bank River but relocated to the Little Log House Pioneer Village in 1989
Through truss bridge over a man made pond on a pedestrian path
Open to pedestrians only

Little Loutre Creek CR 751 Bridge (Audrain County, Missouri)
Built ca. 1925; probably relocated here ca. 1975
Pony truss bridge over Little Loutre Creek on CR 751
Open to traffic

Little River Bridge (Private) (Douglas County, Oregon)
Timber arch bridge over Little River on Goodreau Lane
Open to traffic

Lock One Park Morrison Bridge (Auglaize County, Ohio)
Built 1864; relocated 1894 and again in 1984
Bowstring pony truss bridge over Miami and Erie Canal in New Bremen
Open to pedestrians only

Lone Star Brewery Bridge (Bexar County, Texas)
Bridge Between the towers of the Original Lone Star Brewery
Pratt pony truss bridge over San Antonio River on Museum Reach Riverwalk
Open to pedestrians only

Long Branch CR 759 Bridge (Monroe County, Missouri)
Built ca. 1925 on a state highway and later relocated here
Pony truss bridge over Long Branch on CR 759
Open to traffic

Longwood Covered Bridge 14-21-01 (Fayette County, Indiana)
Built in 1884 over Williams Creek and moved to Roberts Park in 1984.
Burr arch truss bridge over depression in Roberts Park
Open to pedestrians

Loup River Wagon Bridge (Platte County, Nebraska)
Built 1888; Replaced 1931
Lost Baltimore through truss bridge over Loup River on Rt 30
No longer exists

Lower Shavertown Covered Bridge 32-13-07 (Delaware County, New York)
Moved to its present location in 1954
Lattice through truss bridge over Trout Brook on Private drive
Open to traffic

Luce Line Trail Bridge (Hennepin County, Minnesota)
Built 1885 in Pearl, Illinois; Relocated to Long Lake in 1914; Relocated again 2008
Pratt through truss bridge over Wayzata Boulevard on Luce Line State Trail
Open to pedestrians

Lupus Bridge (Moniteau County, Missouri)
Built 1894 by the Kansas City Bridge & Iron Co
Through truss bridge formerly over Splice Creek on Ridge Road (CR 4) near Lupus
Relocated to private property next to creek

Lusted Road Bridge (Clackamas County, Oregon)
Built in 1894 in Portland. Moved to current location in 1926. Rehabilitation & Seismic Retrofit completed in 1998
Pennsylvania-Petit through truss bridge over Sandy River on Lusted Road
Open to traffic