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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 Lebanon, 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

Lolo Bridge (Gem County, Idaho)
Built 1950 over Lolo Creek in Idaho County; relocated to Emmett in 2008
Relocated Kingpost pony truss bridge on a footpath in Emmett
Replaced by a new bridge

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

Lye Creek CR 475E Bridge (Montgomery County, Indiana)
Built in 1879 by the Wrought Iron Bridge Company; moved to indianapolis in 1999
Pony truss bridge over Lye Creek on CR 475 East,now relocated to Indianapolis.
Relocated and road vacated at bridge site.

Lyons Ferry Bridge (Columbia County, Washington)
Built 1927 over the Columbia River at Vantage Ferry; relocated here in 1968
Cantilevered through truss bridge over Snake River on WA 261
Open to traffic

M&StL - Des Moines River Bridge (Tracy) (Mahaska County, Iowa)
Built 1907 using parts from the CBQ bridge at Plattsmouth, removed 1950
Lost Whipple through truss bridge over over Des Moines River on Railroad
Removed

Madisonville Bridge (Ralls County, Missouri)
Built 1893 by St. Louis Bridge & Iron Co.; relocated to a nearby field in 2005
Through truss bridge formerly over Spencer Creek on Madisonville Road just beyond the end of Route C, but now located in a field just north of its old location
Relocated to a nearby field after being purchases by a local couple. Replaced by new bridge

Malheur River Bridge (Malheur County, Oregon)
Built Ca. 1910, Relocated to site 1942; rehabilitated 1995
Double Intersection Warren through truss bridge over Malheur River on Reservoir Road
Open to traffic

Manayunk Philadelphia & Reading Railroad Bridge (Washington, District of Columbia)
Built 1845 1/2 Mile East of Flat Rock Tunnel. In service until 1901.
Howe pony truss bridge over Nothing (Exhibit) on Nothing (Exhibit)
One truss line on display as museum exhibit.

Manchester Street Bridge (Relocated) (Sauk County, Wisconsin)
Built 1884 by Milwaukee Bridge & Iron Works; Replaced ca. 1987; Relocated to current setting ca. 1987
Camelback through truss bridge over Baraboo River on Riverwalk Pedestrian/Bike/Recreational Trail in Baraboo
Open to pedestrians

Manzanola Bridge (Otero County, Colorado)
Originally built 1911 by the Patterson-Burghardt Bridge Co. over the Colorado River at Clifton near Grand Junction. Relocated here in 1950; replaced 1984.
Lost through truss bridge over the Arkansas River on CO 207
Replaced by modern bridge

Marlin E. Fogle Recreation Area Bridge (Ringgold County, Iowa)
Built 1910
Pratt through truss bridge on walking path over inlet of Fogle lake
Open to pedestrians only

Marlowe Creek Bridge (Worth County, Missouri)
Built 1885, Relocated Here in 1898; converted to vehicular use ca. 1981; rehabilitated 1996
Pratt Through truss bridge over Marlowe Creek on CR 287
Open to traffic single lane only

Martin Bridge (Lake County, Colorado)
Pony truss on a bike trail east of Leadville crossing CR 3
Open to two-lane bike traffic above and road traffic below

Marysville Covered Bridge (Marion County, Iowa)
Built at Marysville in 1891, this half moved to the Knoxville in 1968
Covered bridge in park Knoxville
Open to pedestrians only

Mason Road Bridge (Gratiot County, Michigan)
Built 1904; Relocated and replaced 1995
Pratt pony truss bridge relocated from Bad River on Mason Road in Ithaca
Relocated and replaced by new bridge

Masonic Park Bridge (Rio Grande County, Colorado)
Built 1909 by the Pueblo Bridge Co.; relocated 1933; replaced 1994
Lost through truss bridge over the Rio Grande on Masonic Park Drive
Replaced by new bridge

Masterson Bridge (Shelby County, Missouri)
Originally built in 1898, this bridge was relocated here in September of 2013
Pratt through truss bridge on Steam Engine Tracks
Open to traffic

Matthews Street Bridge (Ellis County, Texas)
Built "1890" at Matthews Street over the same creek; Relocated here 1990
Pony truss bridge over Waxahachie Creek on Footpath
Open to pedestrians only

Max Bridge (Furnas County, Nebraska)
Pratt pony truss bridge over Medicine Creek on a pedestrian trail
Open to pedestrians only

McCloud Nature Park Bridge (Hendricks County, Indiana)
Built 1913 over the Big Monon Ditch on CR700S in Pulaski County; moved to McCloud Nature Center in 2009-2010
Relocated Warren through truss bridge across Big Walnut Creek on trail in McCloud Nature Park
Used for pedestrian traffic and also park and emergency vehicles

McCool's Creek Bridge (Carroll County, Kentucky)
Built ca. 1869. Originally carried an old alignment of US 42 over McCool's Creek. Moved over a ravine between Two Rivers Campground and Point Park in Carrollton in August, 2013.
Bowstring pony truss bridge over Ravine on Carrollton Riverwalk
Open to pedestrians only

McGilvray Road Bridge No. 5 (La Crosse County, Wisconsin)
Built 1921 at El Paso in Pierce County; relocated here in 1996-97
Relocated pony truss bridge on McGilvray Road
Open to pedestrians only

Meadowlake Park Bridge (Garfield County, Oklahoma)
Pony truss bridge over Boggy Creek on miniature railroad in Enid
Open to traffic

Melan Bridge (Lyon County, Iowa)
Built 1894 under the direction of Frederick von Emperger; relocated 1964
Reinforced concrete arch bridge within Emma Sater Park near Rock Rapids, just off IA 9
Open to pedestrians only

Merriam Street Bridge (Hennepin County, Minnesota)
Originally built 1887 by the King Iron Bridge Co. as a four-span truss bridge on Broadway Street; one span relocated here in 1987
Relocated through truss bridge over the Mississippi River (East Channel) on Merriam Street at Nicollet Island in Minneapolis
Open to traffic

Michael R. Haverty Bridge (Jackson County, Missouri)
Built 1892 next to Missouri River; abandoned 1960, relocated to Union Station 2006
Through truss bridge over Railroad tracks at Union Station in Kansas City
Open to pedestrians

Mill City Trail - North Fork Santiam River Bridge (Marion County, Oregon)
Built 1888 near San Jose, CA, Relocated to Mill City 1919.
Pratt through truss bridge over North Fork Santiam River on Mill City Trail
Open to pedestrians

Mill Creek CR 438 Bridge (Atchison County, Missouri)
Built 1928 in Oklahoma; relocated here in 1981; replaced 2010
Lost pony truss bridge over Mill Creek on CR 438
Replaced by a new bridge

Mill Road Bridge (Schenectady County, New York)
Relocated ca. 1983 from Parish, NY
Pratt pony truss bridge over Unnamed brook on Pedestrian Path
Open to pedestrians only

Miller Bridge (Madison County, Iowa)
Built 1884
Pony truss bridge over a drainage ditch on McBride Trl
Open to pedestrians

Milton Covered Bridge 48-06-01 (Cabell County, West Virginia)
Originally built on Route 25 over the Mud River just South of Milton
Bridge over Manmade pond on Walkway in Milton


MILW - Rock River Bridge (Old) (Ogle County, Illinois)
Built 1897, Replaced 1910
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Rock River on Former Chicago, Milwaukee St. Paul & Pacific Railway
Replaced by a new bridge

MILW - Rock River Bridge (Oldest) (Ogle County, Illinois)
Built 1882, Replaced 1897
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Rock River on Former Chicago, Milwaukee St. Paul & Pacific Railway
Replaced by a new bridge

Mississippi County Road 310 Bridge (Mississippi County, Missouri)
Built ca. 1922; relocated here 1966
Destroyed pony truss bridge over a drainage ditch on CR 310
Destroyed by flooding in May 2011

Mississippi County Road 314 Bridge (Mississippi County, Missouri)
Built 1922 as part of a bridge with at least two spans; relocated here in 1965
Pony truss bridge over Ditch 29 on CR 314, just off MO 77 south of Wyatt
Open to traffic

Mississippi County Road 319 Bridge (Mississippi County, Missouri)
Built 1922 as part of a bridge with at least two spans; relocated here 1965
Pony truss bridge over Ditch 29 on CR 319 just off MO 77
Open to traffic

Mississippi County Road 322 Bridge (Mississippi County, Missouri)
Built ca. 1922; relocated here 1966
Pony truss bridge over Spillway Ditch on CR 322 southeast of Charleston
Open to traffic on a gravel road

Mississippi County Road 325 Bridge (Mississippi County, Missouri)
Built 1922; relocated here in 1966
Pony truss bridge over Spillway Ditch on CR 325 southeast of Charleston
Open to traffic on a gravel road

Mississippi County Road 418 Bridge (Mississippi County, Missouri)
Built ca. 1922; relocated here 1970
Pony truss bridge over St. James Ditch on CR 418 west of MO 105
Open to traffic

Mississippi County Road 518 Bridge (Mississippi County, Missouri)
Built ca. 1922; relocated here 1965; replaced Summer 2005
Lost pony truss bridge over Four Mile Pond Drainage Ditch on CR 518 just east of MO 102
Replaced by a new bridge

Mississippi County Road 521 Bridge (Mississippi County, Missouri)
Built 1923; relocated here 1965; damaged by flooding in 2011; replaced 2014
Lost pony truss bridge on CR 521 over Wilkinson Drainage Ditch
Replaced by a new bridge

Mojave River Bridge (San Bernardino County, California)
Built ca. 1888; Converted to road ca. 1907; Replaced 1941 and relocated to Central America
Pratt through truss bridge over Mojave River on Dagget-Yermo Road
Replaced by a new bridge, relocated to Central America

Monsrud Bridge (Allamakee County, Iowa)
Built 1887 by the King Bridge Co.
Bowstring pony truss bridge over Paint Creek on Swebakken Road, now resides in Yellow River State Forest
Open to pedestrians only

Moody Ford Bridge (Barton County, Missouri)
Built 1884 by the Missouri Valley Bridge & Iron Co.; replaced 1998; relocated to private property in Nov. 1999
Through truss bridge formerly over North Fork Spring River on SW 60th Road (CR 432)
Open to traffic on a private lane

Morgan Bridge (Madison County, Iowa)
Built 1891 by local contractor using King Iron Bridge Co. superstructure; originally carried local road over Branch of Clanton Creek
Pratt pony truss bridge
Open to pedestrians only

Moseley Bridge (Bennington County, Vermont)
Built 1865; Dismantled 1958; Reconstructed 2013
Tubular wrough iron bowstring pony arch bridge over creek on pedestrian pathway
Open to pedestrians only

Moseley Wrought Iron Arch Bridge (Essex County, Massachusetts)
Built 1864 at Pacific Mills in Lawrence; relocated 1989; reopened to foot traffic in 1995
Relocated wrought-iron through arch bridge on the grounds of Merrimack College in North Andover
Open to pedestrians

Mount Hope Road Bridge (Tolland County, Connecticut)
Built 1901; rehabilitated 1977; replaced 1998
Warren pony truss with no verticals bridge over Mount Hope River on Mount Hope Road
Trusses relocated to the Nipmuck Trail

Mud Creek Park Bridge (Henry County, Iowa)
Built 1907, moved here in 2002
Bedstead double-intersection Warren pony truss bridge at Mud Creek Park
Open to pedestrians only

Mussel Fork Route D Bridge (Chariton County, Missouri)
Originally built 1926 on US 36 over Medicine Creek in Livingston County; removed and put in storage 1946; re-erected 1947
Skewed pony truss bridge over Mussel Fork on Route D
Open to traffic

Musselshell River Bridge (Wheatland County, Montana)
Pony truss bridge over Musselshell River on a driveway/ranch road
Open to traffic

Nahma Bridge (Delta County, Michigan)
Built 1917 by the Joliet Bridge & Iron Co.; closed to traffic in 1995; relocated Summer 2006
Pony truss bridge formerly over Sturgeon River on CR 497
Relocated to a golf course

Neosho River Bridge (Neosho County, Kansas)
Built ca. 1910
Through truss bridge over Neosho River, 2.2 mi. east and 2.9 mi. south of Chanute
Removed but not replaced

Neosho Steam Electric Station Bridge (Labette County, Kansas)
Built 1953 using Older Parts
Pratt through truss bridge over Neosho River on Former Access Road
Closed with approaches removed.

New Brownsville Covered Bridge 14-03-08 (Bartholomew County, Indiana)
Built 1840; relocated and shortened 1986; rehabilitated 1991
Covered bridge over a branch of Driftwood River in Mill Race Park
Open to traffic

New Lick Log Creek Bridge (Bollinger County, Missouri)
Originally built 1922 over Opossum Creek on MO 51 near Marble Hill, relocated here in 1995
Relocated pony truss bridge over Lick Log Creek on CR 736 near Gipsy
Open to traffic with no posted restrictions

Niangua River Route K Bridge (Dallas County, Missouri)
Built ca. 1910; relocated here 1936; replaced 2011
Lost through truss bridge over Niangua River on Route K
Replaced by a new bridge

Nipmuck Trail Iron Bridge North (Tolland County, Connecticut)
Built 1914 by the American Bridge Co.; trusses relocated here 1997
Warren pony truss with alternating verticals bridge over Fenton River on Nipmuck Trail/Fenton River Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Nipmuck Trail Iron Bridge South (Tolland County, Connecticut)
Built 1901 by the Berlin Construction Co.; narrowed and relocated 1997
Warren pony truss with no verticals bridge over Fenton River on Nipmuck Trail/Fenton River Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Nixon Bridge (Gallatin County, Montana)
Built 1891; Relocated here in 1923; rehabilitated 2000
Through truss bridge over Gallatin River on CR 216
Open to traffic

Noah's Ark Covered Bridge 25-83-01x (Platte County, Missouri)
Built 1878; bypassed by new bridge in 1957; damaged by flood in July 1965 and dismantled
Lost covered bridge over Little Platte River on Route B
Destroyed by flood