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Powder River Bridge (Private) (Baker County, Oregon)
Built 1920 in Baker City, Removed 1987, Relocated Ca. 1988
Pratt pony truss bridge over Powder River on Private Road
Open to traffic

Powder River Bridge (Private) (Baker County, Oregon)
Built ca. 1910
Warren pony truss with alternating verticals bridge over Powder River on Private Drive
Open to traffic

Provo River Parkway - Provo River Bridge (Utah County, Utah)
Built 1884; relocated in 1901 and 1919; abandoned 1969
Pratt through truss bridge over Provo River on Provo River Parkway
Open to pedestrians only

Quivira Scout Camp Bridge (Chautauqua County, Kansas)
Built 1909 in Wichita. Replaced 1963. Moved to this site in 1965.
Pony truss bridge over North Caney Creek, 7.0 mi. north and 1.0 mi. west of Sedan
Open to traffic

R. F. Baker Covered Bridge 35-23-33 (Fairfield County, Ohio)
Built 1871; relocated 1981
Covered bridge over a pond at Fairfield Union High School
Open to pedestrians only

Ramp Creek Covered Bridge 14-07-02 (Brown County, Indiana)
Built 1838, relocated 1932, rehabilitated 1986
Covered bridge over North Fork Salt Creek at Brown County State Park
Open to two lane traffic

Ray Lovin Memorial Bridge (Loudon County, Tennessee)
Originally built across Round Lick Creek in Smith County, relocated to Loudon County in 1986.
Pratt pony truss bridge over Steekee Creek on bicycle-foot path
Open to pedestrians

RCP&E - Bad River Bridge #10 (Stanley County, South Dakota)
Built 1886 in Winona, Minnesota; Relocated here Ca. 1928
Quadrangular lattice through truss bridge over Bad River on Dakota, Minnesota, and Eastern Railroad
Open to traffic

RCP&E - Bad River Bridge #13 (Stanley County, South Dakota)
Built 1885 in Winona, Minnesota; Relocated here Ca. 1928
Quadrangular lattice through truss bridge over Bad River on Rapid City, Pierre & Eastern Railroad
Open to traffic

RCP&E - Bad River Bridge #14 (Stanley County, South Dakota)
Built 1885 in Winona, Relocated here Ca. 1928
Quadrangular lattice through truss bridge over Bad River on Rapid City, Pierre & Eastern Railroad
Open to traffic

RCP&E - Bad River Bridge #3 (Haakon County, South Dakota)
Built 1885 in Winona, Minnesota; Relocated here Ca. 1928
Quadrangular lattice through truss bridge over Bad River on Rapid City, Pierre & Eastern Railroad
Open to traffic

RCP&E - Bad River Bridge #4 (Haakon County, South Dakota)
Built 1886 in Winona, Minnesota; Relocated here Ca. 1928
Quadrangular lattice through truss bridge over Bad River on Rapid City, Pierre & Eastern Railroad
Open to traffic

RCP&E - Bad River Bridge #6 (Haakon County, South Dakota)
Built 1886 in Winona, Minnesota; Relocated here Ca. 1928
Quadrangular lattice through truss bridge over Bad River on Rapid City, Pierre & Eastern Railroad
Open to traffic

RCP&E - Bad River Bridge #7 (Jones County, South Dakota)
Built 1885 in Winona, Minnesota; Relocated here Ca. 1928
Quadrangular lattice through truss bridge over Bad River on Rapid City, Pierre & Eastern Railroad
Open to traffic

RCP&E - Boxelder Creek Bridge (Black Hawk) (Pennington County, South Dakota)
Built 1879 in Wisconsin, Relocated Here Ca. 1896
Quadrangular Lattice through truss bridge over boxelder Creek on Rapid City, Pierre & Eastern Railroad
Open to traffic

RCP&E - Cheyenne River Bridge (Pennington County, South Dakota)
Built 1927, Using two 1885 Spans
Through truss bridge over Cheyenne River on Rapid City, Pierre & Eastern Railroad
Open to traffic

RCP&E - Cheyenne River Bridge (Fall River County, South Dakota)
Built 1910 using Relocated 1898 Trusses
Pratt through truss bridge over Cheyenne River on Rapid City, Pierre & Eastern Railroad
Open to traffic

RCP&E - N. Fork Bad River Bridge (Haakon County, South Dakota)
Double-intersection Warren pony truss bridge over N. Fork Bad River on Rapid City, Pierre & Eastern Railroad
Open to traffic

Reading-Halls Station Bridge (Lycoming County, Pennsylvania)
Built ca. 1846 on the Philadelphia & Reading Railroad; later relocated here to carry vehicular traffic
Wrought and cast iron pony truss bridge over the former Philadelphia & Reading Railroad on a private driveway
In use for private road/drive

Red Cedar State Trail - Downsville Bridge (Dunn County, Wisconsin)
Built Ca. 1881, Relocated here 1910
Pratt through truss bridge over Red Cedar River on Red Cedar State Trail
Open to pedestrians

Red Cedar State Trail - Dunnville Bottoms Bridge (Dunn County, Wisconsin)
Whipple span built 1892, other spans built 1910
Through truss bridge over Chippewa River on Red Cedar State Trail
Open to pedestrians

Revenue Bridge (Clackamas County, Oregon)
Built 1952, Replaced 2008-09
Lost Pratt deck truss bridge over Sandy River on Ten Eyck Road
Replaced by a steel plate girder bridge in 2008-09

Rezner Bowstring Bridge (Jasper County, Indiana)
Originally built in 1871 at one of two possible locations. Relocated to the Gangloff-Sayler Farm ca. 1916 and finally moved and restored in Potawatomi Park in 2012.
Bowstring pony truss bridge over Iroquois River in Rensselaer
Open to pedestrians only

RI - Matheson Bridge (Elbert County, Colorado)
Originally built 1883 by the American Bridge Co. as an eight-span bridge at Colona, Illinois, over the Rock River. Two spans relocated here in 1920 to replace an 1899 trestle. Rails removed in 1992.
Abandoned two-span through truss bridge over Big Sandy Creek on former Rock Island RR east of Matheson
Railroad line discontinued with tracks removed

Richardson Bridge (Lane County, Oregon)
Built over Crooked River in Crook County, OR in 1912, Relocated to Siuslaw River in Lane County, OR in 1956, Relocated to present location in 1986
Double-intersection Warren through truss bridge over Amazon Creek on Fern Ridge Trail
Open to pedestrians

Ridgeview Estates Bridge #1 (Ralls County, Missouri)
Pony truss bridge over Mills Creek on Ridgeview Estates Road
Open to traffic on a private drive

Ridgeview Estates Bridge #2 (Ralls County, Missouri)
Relocated here ca. 2015
Pratt pony truss bridge over Mills Creek on Ridgeview Estates Road
Open to traffic in a private subdivision

Riverside Avenue Bridge (Fairfield County, Connecticut)
Built 1871 as part of a six-span bridge over the Housatonic River; relocated here 1895; reconstructed 1989
Whipple through truss bridge over Northeast Corridor (Metro North Railroad) on Riverside Avenue
Open to traffic

Riverside Bridge (Christian County, Missouri)
Built 1909 by the Canton Bridge Co. at Ozark Mill and later relocated here; reopened Aug. 23, 2013
Two-span Pratt through truss bridge over Finley Creek on Riverside Drive north of Ozark in Ozark
Closed indefinitely due to flooding. Replacement most likely

Riverside Park Bridge (Lynchburg, Virginia)
Built 1870 for Norfolk & Western RR, moved to Old Forest road for car use over N&W Mainline in 1893, then moved to current location in 1985
Fink Deck truss bridge over unknown creek on Trail
Open to pedestrians

Riverwalk Bridge (Buchanan County, Missouri)
Built 1879 by the Missouri Valley Bridge & Iron Works of Leavenworth, Kansas.
Pratt through truss bridge over Missouri River tributary on Riverwalk
Open to pedestrians

Roaring Run Bridge (Montgomery County, Virginia)
Built by the King Bridge Co. in 1878 Over Roaring Creek in Bedford County VA, closed in 1971. Relocated to present location in 1977; Oldest metal bridge in Virginia
Bowstring pony truss bridge over Ditch on Walkway
Open to pedestrians

Roberts Covered Bridge 35-68-05 (Preble County, Ohio)
Built 1829 by Orlistus Roberts on Old Camden Road; damaged by arson 1986; relocated and restored 1991
Covered bridge over Seven Mile Creek in Eaton
Open to pedestrians

Robertson Bridge (Josephine County, Oregon)
Built in Grants Pass 1909, Relocated 1929, Abandoned 2001
Abandoned Parker through truss bridge over Rogue River on Lower River Road
Abandoned

Rock of Ages Pedestrian Bridge (Washington County, Vermont)
Built 1924; Removed and put into storage 1989; Reconstructed as pedestrian bridge 2006
Warren pony truss with alternating verticals bridge over Stevens Branch on Pedestrian Path
Open to pedestrians only

Rodrick Bridge (Licking County, Ohio)
Built 1872 by the Coshocton Iron Works using a design patented in 1841 by Squire Whipple. Relocated in 1998.
Bowstring through truss bridge originally located over Wills Creek on TR 144 in Coshocton County and relocated to Ohio State University-Newark Campus grounds
Open to pedestrians only

Root River Trail - Lanesboro Bridge (E) (Fillmore County, Minnesota)
Built 1911 using relocated pieces
Pratt Pony Truss Bridge over Root River on Root River Trail
Open to pedestrians

Root River Trail - Lanesboro Bridge (W) (Fillmore County, Minnesota)
Built 1910 using relocated parts
Through truss bridge over Root River on the Root River State Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Rough Hollow Bridge (Hickory County, Missouri)
Built 1890-91 by the Wrought Iron Bridge Co. at Hermitage; relocated here in 1932
Through truss bridge over Pomme de Terre River on CR 281 north of Hermitage, between Route Y and Route U
Open to traffic

Roundup Bridge (Musselshell County, Montana)
Built 1893-94 by the Hewett Bridge Co.; relocated in 1911
Wooden through truss bridge over Musselshell River on CR 118
Closed to all traffic and abandoned

Route B Locust Creek Bridge (Linn County, Missouri)
Built 1925 or earlier in Chariton County; relocated here in August 1939
Lost through truss bridge over Locust Creek on Route B, west of Linneus
Replaced by a new bridge

RRVT - Adel Bridge (Dallas County, Iowa)
Built 1899 for Milwaukee Road in Oxford Junction; Relocated here 1949
Pratt pony truss bridge over Raccoon River on Racoon River Valley Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Ruffner/Moore Covered Bridge 35-64-84 (Perry County, Ohio)
Moved to current location in 1986
Multiple Kingpost through truss bridge over pond


Ruhle Road Bridge (Saratoga County, New York)
Originally built 1888 over Black Creek in Cambridge; relocated in 2001
Lenticular pony truss bridge over Ballston Creek at Malta
Open to pedestrians only

Rush's Mill Bridge (Berks County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1869 over Perkiomen Creek; relocated and rehabilitated for pedestrian traffic in 1980
Iron pony truss bridge over Plum Creek on the Union Canal Trail
Open to pedestrians

Salem Shotwell Covered Bridge 01-41-04 (Lee County, Alabama)
Bridge was originally built in 1900 over Wacoochee Creek near Salem. Damaged by a falling tree in 2005. Relocated and rebuilt in 2007 at its present location.
Relocated lattice through truss bridge over Rocky Brook on a pedestrian path at Opelika Municipal Park
Open to pedestrians

Salmond Covered Bridge 45-14-05 (Windsor County, Vermont)
Built 1875 by James F. Tasker; Removed and used for storage 1959; Restored and put in current location 1986
Covered Multiple Kingspost through truss bridge over Sherman Brook on Henry Gould Road
Open to traffic

Salt Creek Bridge (Seminole County, Oklahoma)
Built as a railroad bridge in 1886, rebuilt in 1947 (widened) as a road bridge.
Through truss bridge over Salt Creek on OK 9A. Originally a railroad span built in 1886, was adapted to road use and installed in 1947.
Intact but closed to all traffic

Sandy Watkins Park/Old Augusta-Turtle Creek Bridge (Henderson County, Kentucky)
Built 1880 and moved to Augusta, KY in 1920s; later moved to Sandy Watkins Park
Bowstring pony truss bridge over a canal linking two ponds in Sandy Watkins Park on a pedestrian trail
Open to pedestrians only

Sank Bridge (Bollinger County, Missouri)
Built 1908 near Zalma by Stupp Brothers Bridge & Iron Co.; relocated here in 1927
Lost bedstead pony truss bridge over Clubb Creek on CR 530, northeast of Zalma
Replaced by a new bridge

Santa Fe Truss Bridge (Monroe County, Missouri)
Built 1888 as a triple-span bridge near Florida, MO by the St. Louis Bridge & Iron Co.; relocated here in 1932; replaced 1992
Lost wrought-iron through truss bridge over South Fork Salt River on CR 645 just south of Santa Fe
Replaced by a modern bridge

SARX - Poplar Creek Bridge (Roane County, Tennessee)
Bridge was relocated here to serve the K-25 plant
Quadralateral Warren through truss bridge over Poplar Creek at the old K-25 Gaseous Diffusion Plant, Oak Ridge. Resembles a whipple truss which was very popular with railroads for their strength under heavy loads.
Open to traffic

Saxton Ford Bridge (Buchanan County, Missouri)
Built 1925 by the Witham Construction Co.; replaced 1989
Lost through truss bridge over Platte River on Saxton-Easton Road
Replaced by a modern bridge

SC&MB - Soquel Creek Bridge (Santa Cruz County, California)
Pratt Deck truss bridge over Soquel Creek on The Santa Cruz & Monterey Bay Railroad
Open Railroad only

Scarlets Mill Bridge (Berks County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1881
Relocated Foreman pony truss bridge on the Horseshoe Trail


Schilpp Road Bridge (Lee County, Illinois)
Built 1915; relocated August 2006
Relocated pony truss bridge formerly over Five Mile Branch on Schilpp Road
Awaiting reconstruction at a site near Franklin Grove

Schoneman Park Bridge (Rock County, Minnesota)
Built 1908 by the Hewett Bridge Co.; relocated here 1990
Kingpost pony truss bridge on a footpath within Schoneman Park, south of Luverne
Open to pedestrian traffic

Scofield Road Overpass (Dodge County, Wisconsin)
Built Prior to 1891, Moved to this location and reinforced in 1891; Rebuilt 1910 for highway use; Removed circa 1996, Reused in 2006 at Astico County Park
Double-intersection Warren pony truss bridge over Union Pacific Railroad (Formerly Chicago & Northwestern) on Scofield Road near Lebanon
Relocated

SE 9th Street Bridge (Polk County, Iowa)
Built 1871 at Walnut Street, Relocated here 1891; Abandoned 1934; Removed 1941
Lost Bowstring through truss bridge over Des Moines River on SE 9th Street
Removed

Second Creek Road Bridge (Clay County, Missouri)
Built or relocated here ca. 1970
Pony truss bridge over Second Creek on Second Creek Road at Smithville
Open to two-lane traffic

Seven Island Bridge (Stokes County, North Carolina)
Built 1905 in the Pine Hall area, moved to Danbury in 1926, closed to traffic in 1998, removed and placed in storage in 2005 with plans for it to be relocated and rehabilitated in Danbury's Moratock Park as a pedestrian bridge across the Dan River.
Pratt through truss bridge
In storage. Resting on ground fully assembled.

Sevenmile Bridge (Mineral County, Colorado)
Built 1935; relocated 1981
Deck truss bridge over the Rio Grande at the entrance to Marshall Park Campground, just off CO 149
Open to traffic

Shannon Creek Bridge (Mason County, Kentucky)
Built 1887; replaced 2004
Relocated pony truss bridge formerly over Shannon Creek on Lowell Road
Relocated to private property at 8166 Day Pike, Plumville, KY and fully restored

Shea Bridge (Providence County, Rhode Island)
Built 1885 by Berlin Iron Bridge Co; Closed to Traffic 1987; Relocated here 1994
Lenticular pony truss bridge over old mill race in Valley Falls Heritage Park
Open to pedestrians only

Sheely Bridge (Pitkin County, Colorado)
Built 1911; relocated in 1966
Through truss bridge in Mill Street Park in Aspen
Open to pedestrians only

Shelhorn Covered Bridge 14-45-01 (Lake County, Indiana)
Built 1878, moved in 1933 to the current location
Covered bridge over park gully on a pedestrian trail
Open to pedestrians

Shiloh Bridge (Barton County, Missouri)
Built ca. 1910; relocated here in 1926
Pony truss bridge over Dry Wood Creek on NW 80th Road
Open to traffic with a 5 ton weight limit

Skalak Road Bridge (Austin County, Texas)
Built 1905; Relocated
Pony truss bridge over West Mill Creek on Skalak Road
Relocated to Clark Park in Bellville

Skunk River Bridge (Story County, Iowa)
Built 1876; moved here 1916; rehabilitated 1974; abandoned 1990
Warren through truss bridge over Skunk River on (Vacated) 255th Street in Ames
Abandoned

Slover Bridge (Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma)
Built ca. 1935 and later relocated here
Through truss bridge over North Canadian River on Clearpond Road in Shawnee.
Closed to traffic after failing an inspection in May 2009

Smiths Creek Bridge (Franklin County, Arkansas)
Built 1928 by the Virginia Bridge & Iron Co.; replaced 2004 and relocated to a nearby field
Pony truss bridge formerly over Smiths Creek on AR 309
Closed to all traffic

South County Line Road Bridge (Montcalm County, Michigan)
Built 1880; Replaced 1996; Relocated
Relocated Pratt through truss bridge that was over Flat River on South County Line Road near Greenville
Relocated to Fred Meijer Heartland Trail and replaced by new bridge

South Fabius River CR 159 Bridge (Marion County, Missouri)
Built ca. 1930; probably relocated or erected here to replace Pratt Thru Truss.
Through truss bridge over South Fabius River on CR 159
Open to traffic

South Fork Trail - Santa Clara River Bridge (Los Angeles County, California)
Built in 1898 to connect Ventura and Saugus mainly for agricultural freight.
Parker through truss bridge over Santa Clara River on South Fork Trail in Santa Clarita
Open to pedestrians

South Perkasie Covered Bridge 38-09-05 (Bucks County, Pennsylvania)
Buuilt in 1832.Formerly on Pleasant Spring Creek moved to dry ground in Lenape Park in Perkasie, PA in 1958.
Covered bridge over dry land in Lenape Park
Open to pedestrians

South Raccoon River Bridge (Guthrie County, Iowa)
Built or relocated here 1948
Pony truss bridge over South Raccoon River on CR N70 (Locust Avenue)
Open to traffic

South Umpqua River Bridge (Douglas County, Oregon)
Built 1925
Pennsylvania-Petit through truss bridge over South Umpqua River on Days Creek Cut-Off Road
Open to traffic

Southern Pacific Railroad Bridge (Sacramento County, California)
Built 1884 by Phoenix Bridge Company, originally located near Saugus, later relocated to Tehachapi Creek and later to Danville
Pratt through truss bridge on Display train
Intact but closed to all traffic

SP - Salmon Creek Bridge (Lane County, Oregon)
Built 1906; moved here 1948; abandoned 1990
Abandoned through truss bridge over Salmon Creek on Southern Pacific Railroad
Derelict/abandoned

Spade Farm Covered Bridge 45-01-02 (Addison County, Vermont)
Built 1824 by Justin Miller; Relocated to private farm 1958
Covered Town lattice through truss bridge on pedestrian walkway
Open to pedestrians

Spalding Bridge (Menominee County, Michigan)
Built 1918; Moved 1934; Altered in 1988; Replaced 1995; Relocated 1997
Relocated Pratt pony truss bridge over Big Cedar River on Old US 2/Old US 41 in Spalding
Replaced by new bridge; Relocated 1997

Spencer Island Bridge (Snohomish County, Washington)
Built 1914, moved here in 1993
Warren through truss bridge over Union Slough on Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Spile Bridge (St. Lawrence County, New York)
Built 1874 by the King Bridge Co.; later relocated here; closed to traffic May 12, 2010
Three-span bowstring through truss bridge over Black Lake Outlet on Spile Bridge Road
Closed to traffic

Splice Creek Road Bridge (Moniteau County, Missouri)
Built or relocated here ca. 1930
Pony truss bridge over Splice Creek on East Splice Creek Road near Lupus
Open to one-lane traffic

Spoetzl Brewery Bridge (Lavaca County, Texas)
Formerly over Rocky Creek on CR 286
Through truss bridge over Boggy Creek on 6th Street
Open to pedestrians and bicycles only

Spring Creek Road Bridge (Ellis County, Texas)
Built 1890
Through truss bridge over Grove Creek on Spring Creek Road in Waxahachie
Preserved awaiting full restoration

Stinson Creek Trail - Stinson Creek Bridge (Callaway County, Missouri)
Built 1878 over Sni-A-Bar Creek in Grain Valley; relocated here in 1902; rehabilitated 1944; converted to pedestrian use in 2006
Through truss bridge over Stinson Creek on Stinson Creek Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Stone Mountain Covered Bridge 10-44-01 (DeKalb County, Georgia)
Built 1891; relocated 1965
Covered bridge over Stone Mountain Creek within Stone Mountain Park
Open to traffic

Sturgis Road Bridge (Faulkner County, Arkansas)
Originally built 1918 over Gold Creek on Sturgis Road; replaced and relocated in 1998
Relocated through truss bridge over an inlet of Gold Creek at Wilhelmina Cove Subdivision
Open to pedestrians only

Sugar Creek CR 203 Bridge (Maries County, Missouri)
Built 1998-99 with a superstructure relocated from elsewhere
Pony truss bridge over Sugar Creek on CR 203 south of Meta
Open to traffic

Sugar Creek Road Bridge (Limestone County, Alabama)
Build 1888; Relocated to current location 1947; Closed 2005
Pratt through truss bridge over Sugar Creek on Sugar Creek Road-future ATV/hiking trail
Open to pedestrians only

Sulfur Creek Bridge (Martin County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1940; rehabilitated 1991; Replaced 2017 and relocated
Pony truss bridge over Sulfur Creek on CR 160 East
Replaced by a new bridge and apparently relocated to Ohio.

Summit Hill Road Bridge (Berkshire County, Massachusetts)
Moved here in 1926 using 1904 railroad turntable from Chester, MA
Deck plate girder bridge over CSX RR on Summit Hill Road
Open to traffic

Sumner Road Bridge (Chariton County, Missouri)
Built 1925 by the Pan American Bridge Co.; relocated here in 1963
Lost through truss bridge over Locust Creek on Sumner Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Sunset Bridge (Polk County, Missouri)
Built 1884-85 on the Bolivar-Buffalo Road at Burns by the King Bridge Co.; relocated to Sunset Ford in 1931-32
Lost through truss bridge over Pomme de Terre River on 475th Road between the ends of Route Y and Route YY
No longer exists

Surf City Bridge (Pender County, North Carolina)
Built 1954-55
Swing bridge over Intracoastal Waterway on NC50/NC210 in Surf City
Open to traffic

Sylvan Island Railroad Bridge (Rock Island County, Illinois)
Built 1868 as part of a larger bridge over the Mississippi River at Burlington; one span relocated here and shortened in 1891
1 Span Whipple through truss bridge with Phoenix columns over Mississippi River on former railroad spur in Moline.
Abandoned.

Taylor's Ford Bridge (Buchanan County, Iowa)
Originally built 1872 by the Wrought Iron Bridge Co. on Main Street in Independence; relocated here in 1891
Bowstring through truss bridge over Wapsipinicon River on Nolen Avenue, southeast of Independence
Open to pedestrians only

TMER&L - Milwaukee River Bridge (Ozaukee County, Wisconsin)
Built 1850 for the Michigan Central, relocated here for the Milwaukee Northern (Later TMER&L) in 1906; Abandoned 1948
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Milwaukee River on TMER&L interurban line
Demolished

Tod Ranch Road Bridge (Wabaunsee County, Kansas)
Built 1887 as a Railroad Bridge, Moved Here by Private Party 1950
Pratt through truss bridge over Mill Creek on Tod Ranch Road
Open to traffic