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Burlington-Bristol Bridge (Burlington County, New Jersey)
Built 1931; rehabilitated 1996
Vertical lift bridge over Delaware River on CR 413 in Burlington
Open to traffic

Burr's Ferry Bridge (Newton County, Texas)
Built 1937
Parker through truss bridge over Sabine River on TX 63/LA 8
Repaired after flood damage and reopened to traffic

Burton's Ferry Bridge (Screven County, Georgia)
Built 1938
Parker through truss bridge over Savannah River on U.S. 301 / Burton's Ferry Highway
Derelict/abanoned

C&A - Louisiana Bridge (Pike County, Missouri)
Built 1873; 2nd pier collapsed destroying two spand November 6th, 1876; Replaced 1897
Lost Whipple through truss bridge over Mississippi River on Chicago & Alton Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

C&O Railroad Bridge (Hamilton County, Ohio)
Built 1929
Cantilevered through truss bridge over the Ohio River at Cincinnati
Open to railroad traffic

Cairo Mississippi River Bridge (Alexander County, Illinois)
Built 1929; tolls removed 1954; rehabilitated 1983, 2005, 2011, and 2015
Cantilevered through truss bridge over the Mississippi River on U. S. Highway 60 / 62 between Birds Point, MO, and Cairo, IL
Open to traffic

Cairo Ohio River Bridge (Alexander County, Illinois)
Built 1937; rehabilitated 1979
Cantilevered through truss over the Ohio River on US 51/60/62 between Cairo, Illinois and Wickliffe, Kentucky
Open to two-lane traffic

Calhoun Street Bridge (Bucks County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1884 by the Phoenix Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 2010
Through truss bridge over Delaware River on Calhoun Street/Trenton Avenue
Open to traffic

Canton Ferry (Lewis County, Missouri)
Ferry across Mississippi River
Closed as of 2014

Cape Girardeau Bridge (Cape Girardeau County, Missouri)
Built 1928, closed to all traffic on December 13, 2003, main spans demolished on September 9, 2004
Lost continuous through truss bridge over the Mississippi River on MO 34/IL 146 at Cape Girardeau
Replaced by Bill Emerson Memorial Bridge

Carl D. Perkins Memorial Bridge (Scioto County, Ohio)
Built 1987
Warren cantilevered through truss bridge over Ohio River, CSX Railroad tracks on Kentucky State Highway 8-Spur and U.S. 23 Truck Route, between West Portsmouth, Ohio and South Portsmouth, Kentucky
Open to traffic

Carpendale Rail Trail - Potomac River Bridge (Mineral County, West Virginia)
Built 1904, converted to trail use 2010
Deck plate girder bridge over Potomac River on Carpendale Rail to Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Carpenters Bluff Bridge (Grayson County, Texas)
Built 1910; Renovated for auto use 1965, rehabilitated 1981
Through truss bridge over Red River on Carpenters Bluff Road (formerly KO&G RR)
Open to one lane traffic and includes a Wagon Shelf extension of South deck

Carroll Lee Cropper Bridge (Dearborn County, Indiana)
Built 1977
Steel through arch bridge over Ohio River on I-275
Open to traffic

Caruthersville Bridge (Pemiscot County, Missouri)
Built 1976; rehabilitated 1987
Continuous through truss over the Mississippi River on I-155, southeast of Caruthersville
Open to four lanes of traffic

Cassville Ferry (Grant County, Wisconsin)
Ferry first operated in 1833
Toll ferry over the Mississippi River between Cassville, Wisconsin, and Turkey River, Iowa
Operates daily during the summer; weekends only fall and spring; closed in winter

Cave-in-Rock Ferry (Hardin County, Illinois)
Free ferry over the Ohio River on IL 1/KY 91 at Cave-in-Rock in Cave-In-Rock
Open to traffic

CB&Q - Mississippi River Bridge (Winona) (Winona County, Minnesota)
Built in 1891; burned in a fire in 1989; later removed in 1990
Lost through truss bridge over Mississippi River on Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad (later BN RR)
Removed

CB&Q - Quincy Railroad Bridge (Old) (Adams County, Illinois)
Built 1899; Wagon decks removed 1930; Replaced 1961
Warren through truss swing bridge over Mississippi River on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy & Highway (Until 1930)
Replaced by a new bridge

CB&Q - Quincy Railroad Bridge (Oldest) (Adams County, Illinois)
Built 1866; Replaced 1898
Lost Whipple through truss bridge over Mississippi River on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

CB&Q - Rulo Bridge (Richardson County, Nebraska)
Built 1887 under the direction of George S. Morison; replaced 1977 by new truss spans reusing the existing piers
Lost Whipple through truss bridge over Missouri River
Superstructure replaced

CCRR - Connecticut River Bridge (Grafton County, New Hampshire)
Deck plate girder bridge over the Connecticut River on the former Claremont Concord Railroad Corporation
Open to traffic

Centennial Bridge (Scott County, Iowa)
Completed July 12, 1940; rehabilitated 1996; tolls removed May 2, 2003
Steel through arch bridge over the Mississippi River on US 67 between Davenport and Rock Island
Open to traffic

Center Avenue Bridge (Clay County, Minnesota)
Built 1937; rehabilitated 1987
Steel stringer bridge over Red River & 3rd Street on Center Ave. (Moorhead side) and NP Ave. (Fargo side) in Moorhead
Open to traffic

Central Bridge (Campbell County, Kentucky)
Built 1891 by the King Bridge Co.; demolished using explosives in 1992
Lost through truss bridge over Ohio River on US 27
No longer exists

Centre Bridge (Bucks County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1926; rehabilitated 1990
Through truss bridge over Delaware River on PA 263-NJ 29 between Center Bridge, PA & Stockton, NJ
Open to traffic

Chable Bridge (Murray County, Georgia)
According to the Murray County Heritage book, it was moved from Conasauga, TN by the CCC (1930's) and reinstalled at this location. Torn down and replaced with new bridge 2002
Lost through truss bridge over Jacks River on Cisco Alaculsy Road
No longer exists

Chain Bridge (Eighth) (Washington, District of Columbia)
Built 1937-38; rehabilitated 1983
Haunched deck plate girder bridge over Potomac River and Chesapeake & Ohio Canal
Open to traffic

Chain Bridge (Sixth) (Washington, District of Columbia)
Lost to flooding 1870
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Potomac River and Chesapeake and Ohio Canal on Chain Bridge Road
No longer exists

Champ Clark Bridge (Pike County, Missouri)
Built 1927-28; rehabilitated 1981 and 2005
Five-span through truss bridge over the Mississippi River on US 54 at Louisiana
Open to two-lane traffic

Chattahoochee River Bridge (Muscogee County, Georgia)
Built 1921
Concrete arch bridge over Chattahoochee River on 14th Street in Columbus
Bridge is preserved as part of Columbus, GA and Phenix City, AL's Riverwalk Park

Cheshire - Connecticut River Covered Bridge 45-13-55x / 29-03-23x (Windham County, Vermont)
Built 1849; Replaced 1899
Lost Burr arch-truss bridge over Connecticut River on Chesire Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

Cheshire Bridge (Sullivan County, New Hampshire)
Built 1930; rehabilitated 1992
Through truss bridge over Connecticut River on VT 11 / NH 11 in Charlestown
Open to traffic

Chester Bridge (Randolph County, Illinois)
Opened Aug. 23, 1942 as a toll bridge. Main span destroyed by severe thunderstorm July 29, 1944; reopened Aug. 24, 1946. Tolls removed Jan. 1, 1989.
Through and deck truss bridge over the Mississippi River on MO 51/IL 150 at Chester
Open to two-lane traffic

Chester Bridge (Hancock County, West Virginia)
Built 1897
Lost Suspension bridge over Ohio River on Lincoln Highway/US 30
Lost 1969

Chesterfield-Brattleboro Bridge (Cheshire County, New Hampshire)
Built 1937 by Bethlehem Steel Co.; Bypassed in 2003
Steel through arch bridge over Connecticut River on former Hwy 9 in Chesterfield
Open to Pedestrians

Chesterfield-Brattleboro Bridge (New) (Cheshire County, New Hampshire)
Built 2003
Steel through arch bridge over Connecticut River on NH 9/Franklin Pierce Hwy
Open to traffic

Clark Bridge (Madison County, Illinois)
Opened January 4, 1994, replacing the Alton Bridge
Cable-stayed bridge over the Mississippi River on US 67 at Alton
Open to four lanes of traffic

Clay Wade Bailey Bridge (Hamilton County, Ohio)
Built 1974
Through truss bridge over Ohio River on US 25/US 42/US 127 in Cincinnati
Open to traffic

CN - Cedar Bend Drawbridge (Washington County, Minnesota)
Built 1887, trestle replaced by I-Beam spans 1962
Warren through truss bridge over St. Croix River on Canadian National Railroad
Open to traffic

CN - Dubuque Bridge (Dubuque County, Iowa)
Most spans and piers built 1900, with the swing span being built 1892, approach spans being rebuilt 2012/2013 with heavier chords
Mississippi River crossing on BNSF Railway, Canadian National Railway in Dubuque
Open to railroad traffic

CN - IL 78 Overpass (Jo Daviess County, Illinois)
Built 1993
Pony/through plate girder bridge over IL Rte 78 on CNRR (former Illinois Central RR)
Open

CN - Menominee River Bridge (Michigan) (Menominee County, Michigan)
Deck plate girder bridge over Menominee River on CN Railroad
Open to traffic

CN - Menominee River Bridge (Wisconsin) (Marinette County, Wisconsin)
Deck plate girder bridge over Menominee River on CN Railroad
Open to traffic

CN Cairo Bridge (Alexander County, Illinois)
Built 1949-52, replacing the original bridge
Through truss bridge over the Ohio River carrying the Canadian National Railway (former Illinois Central Railroad) in Cairo
Open to railroad traffic

CNJ/Bel-Del/LV - Delaware River Double-Decker Bridge (Northampton County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1854; Supllemental Spans added 1866; Replaced 1876
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Delaware River on Central Railroad of New Jersey/Lehigh Valley Railway (Upper Deck) & Belvidere Delaware Railroad (Lower Deck)
Replaced by a new bridge

CNW - Clinton Bridge (West Channel) (Clinton County, Iowa)
Built 1865; Reconstructed 1874; Drawspan replaced 1887; A few spans replaced in 1898; replaced by a new bridge in 1908
Lost Bollman through truss bridge over Mississippi River on Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

CNW - Winona Swing Bridge (Winona County, Minnesota)
Swing Span built 1899, approaches replaced in 1928, abandoned and mostly removed 1977
Lost through truss bridge over Mississippi River on Former Chicago & Northwestern Railway
Mostly Removed

CNYK - Bridge No. 9 (Sullivan County, New York)
Through truss bridge over Delaware River on Central New York Railroad


CNYK - Delaware River Bridge (Orange County, New York)
Deck truss bridge over Delaware River on former Erie Railway
Open to traffic

Cochecton Dam Road Bridge (Sullivan County, New York)
Built 1950; rehabilitated 1978
Through truss bridge over Delaware River on Cochecton Dam Road
Open to traffic

Cochecton Dam Road Bridge (old) (Sullivan County, New York)
Built 1902; Replaced 1950
Lost Bridge over Delaware River on Newburgh Turnpike
Replaced by a new bridge

Columbia Covered Bridge 45-05-02 / 29-04-07 (Coos County, New Hampshire)
Built 1912; rehabilitated 1981
Covered bridge over Connecticut River on Columbia Bridge Road in Columbia
Open to traffic

Combination Bridge (Woodbury County, Iowa)
Built 1890-96; North Approach replaced 1907; Nebraska swing span electrified 1919; South approach replaced 1922; North Approach rebuilt 1929; Rails removed 1937; Iowa swing span removed 1957; Cantilevered roadways widened 1961-62; Replaced 1980
Lost Through truss bridge over Missouri River on Old US 20 in Sioux City
Replaced by new bridge

Commodore Barry Bridge (Gloucester County, New Jersey)
Built 1974
Cantilevered through truss bridge over Delaware River on US 322
Open to traffic

Connecticut River Bridge (Coos County, New Hampshire)
Built 1950 by the American Bridge Co.
Through truss bridge over Connecticut River on US 2 in Lancaster
Open to traffic

Connecticut River Bridge (Grafton County, New Hampshire)
Built 1923 by Boston Bridge Works; rehabilitated 2003
Steel through arch bridge over Connecticut River on US 302 in Haverhill
Open to traffic

Cornish-Windsor Covered Bridge 45-14-14 / 29-10-09 (Sullivan County, New Hampshire)
Built 1866; Tolls removed 1943; Rehabilitated 1989
Covered Town Lattice through truss bridge over Connecticut River between Cornish, NH, and Windsor, VT
Open to one-lane traffic

Cotton Belt - St Francis Bridge (Dunklin County, Missouri)
Lost Bridge over St. Francis River on St Louis & Southwestern Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

Cotton Belt - St Francis River Bridge (Greene County, Arkansas)
Lost Deck plate girder bridge over St Francis River on St Louis & Southwestern Railroad
Removed but not replaced

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 - Red River of the North Bridge (Marshall County, Minnesota)
Built 1912, Approaches Replaced 2011-2013
Warren through truss bridge over Red River of the North on Canadian Pacific Railway
Open to traffic

CRCX - Arthur Kill Vertical Lift Bridge (Richmond County, New York)
Built 1959; use suspended 1991; rehabilitated 2006; returned to service 2007
Through truss bridge over Arthur Kill on PATH (formerly B&O RR)
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

Crown Point Bridge (Essex County, New York)
Built 1929 by American Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 1991; closed to traffic Oct. 16, 2009, demolished Dec. 28, 2009
Lost through and deck truss bridge over Lake Champlain on NY 185/VT 17
No longer exists

CSX - "Big Sandy Junction" Bridge (Boyd County, Kentucky)
Warren through truss (Camelback designed) bridges over Big Sandy River on CSX Railroad
Open to traffic

CSX - Big Pool Bridge (Washington County, Maryland)
Through truss bridge over Potomac River on CSX Railroad


CSX - Great Miami River Bridge (Lawrenceburg) (Dearborn County, Indiana)
Built 1921
Warren through truss bridge over Great Miami River on CSX Railroad
Open to traffic

CSX - Henderson Bridge (Henderson County, Kentucky)
Built 1932 by the American Bridge Co. , replacing an earlier 1885 bridge
Through truss bridge over the Ohio River on CSX Railroad in Henderson
Open to traffic

CSX - Magnolia Bridge (Allegany County, Maryland)
Built 1914
Deck plate girder bridge over Potomac River on CSX Cumberland Subdivision
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 - Potomac River Bridge (Jefferson County, West Virginia)
Built 1931
Deck plate girder bridge over Potomac River on CSX Railroad
Open to traffic

CSX - Potomac River Bridge (Allegany County, Maryland)
Deck plate girder bridge over North Branch Potomac River on CSX Transportation (former Baltimore & Ohio)
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 - Savannah River Bridge (Effingham County, Georgia)
Pratt through truss over Savannah River on former CSX Railroad
Open to traffic

CSX - Savannah River Bridge (Chatham County, Georgia)
Rebuilt in 1968-69
Through truss bridge over Savannah River on railroad
Open

CSX - Savannah River Bridge (Richmond County, Georgia)
Built 1912
Warren through truss bridge over Savannah River on CSX Railroad
Open

CSX - Sciotoville Bridge (Scioto County, Ohio)
Built 1914-17 under the direction of Gustav Lindenthal, opened to railroad traffic July 31, 1917
Cantilevered through truss bridge over the Ohio River at Sciotoville
Open to traffic

CSX - Sleepy Creek Bridge (Morgan County, West Virginia)
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Sleepy Creek on CSX Railroad
Open to traffic

CSX - Vincennes Bridge (Knox County, Indiana)
Through truss bridge over Wabash River on old former Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. The span nearest Vincennes was originally a swing span.
Open to traffic

CSX Cumberland Gap Tunnel (Claiborne County, Tennessee)
Built in 1888 -1889 by the Powell's Valley Railroad; sold the same year to the Knoxville, Cumberland Gap and Louisville Railroad; sold in 1896 to the Louisville & Nashville Railroad. Now owned by CSX Railroad to connect Norfolk-Southern RR
Tunnel under Cumberland Mountain on CSX Railroad at Cumberland Gap
Open to traffic

Cumberland Gap Tunnel (Claiborne County, Tennessee)
Constructed started 1991; opened to traffic Oct. 18, 1996
Twin-bore tunnel under Cumberland Mountain on US 25-E at Cumberland Gap
Open to four lanes of traffic

DAIR - Big Sioux Crossing (Hawarden) (Sioux County, Iowa)
Built Ca. 1894, Moved Here Ca. 1914
Pratt through truss bridge over Big Sioux River on Dakota & Iowa Railroad
Open to traffic

DAIR - Big Sioux River Bridge (Sioux County, Iowa)
Built 1907
Three-span through truss bridge over Big Sioux River on the Dakota & Iowa Railroad at Hawarden
Open to railroad traffic

DAIR - Big Sioux River Bridge (Union County, South Dakota)
Built 1900, Moved Here 1907
Pratt through truss bridge over Big Sioux River on Dakota & Iowa Railroad
Open to traffic

DAIR - Canton Bridge (Lincoln County, South Dakota)
Through truss bridge over Big Sioux River on Dakota & Iowa Railroad
Open to railroad traffic

DAIR - Fairview Bridge (Lincoln County, South Dakota)
Built 1905 and 1911, Truss replaced 1911 spans in 1932
Pony truss bridge over Big Sioux River on the Dakota & Iowa Railroad
Open to railroad traffic

DAIR - Oak Ridge Bridge (Sioux County, Iowa)
Built 1914, Rehabilitated 2014
Pratt pony truss bridge over Big Sioux River on Dakota & Iowa Railroad
Open to traffic

Dale Gardner Veterans Memorial Bridge 52&64 (Carroll County, Illinois)
Built 2016
Bridge over Pool 13 of the Mississippi River on US-52 US-64
Under construction

Decatur Bridge (Burt County, Nebraska)
Built 1950
Through truss bridge over Missouri River on NE 51/IA 175 at Decatur
Open to traffic

Delaware Aqueduct (Pike County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1848 by John A. Roebling to carry the Delaware & Hudson Canal; later converted for highway traffic; rehabilitated 1985
Suspension bridge over Delaware River on the former Delaware & Hudson Canal
Open to one-lane traffic

Delaware Memorial Bridge (New Castle County, Delaware)
Built as an almost identical twin to the 1951 Delaware Memorial Bridge that carries northbound traffic
Wire suspension bridge over Delaware River on I-295/US 40
Open to traffic

Delaware River Bridge (Bucks County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1933 by the McClintic-Marshall Co.
Through truss bridge over Delaware River on PA 32-NJ 519 between Upper Black Eddy, PA & Milford, NJ
Open to traffic

Delaware River Bridge (Pike County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1941
Through truss bridge over Delaware River on PA 434
Demolished and replaced.

DeMers Avenue Bridge (Grand Forks County, North Dakota)
Lost Bridge over Red River on DeMers Avenue
Replaced by a new bridge

Dillingham Street Bridge (Muscogee County, Georgia)
Built 1910-12 by B.H. Hardaway
Concrete arch bridge over Chattahoochee River on Dillingham Street in Columbus
Open to traffic

Dillingham Street Covered Bridge (Muscogee County, Georgia)
Built 1832, Rebuilt thice (1841 after the 1938 flood destoryed the original, ?, 1865 after Union troops burned the second bridge.), Replaced 1910
Lost Town lattice truss bridge over Chattahoochee River on Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Dingman's Ferry Bridge (Pike County, Pennsylvania)
Relocated here 1900 from the Susquehanna River
Through truss bridge over Delaware River on PA 739
Open to vehicular traffic only (no pedestrians allowed)

DL&W - Delaware River Bridge (Northampton County, Pennsylvania)
Through truss bridge over Delaware River on DL&W Railroad
Abandoned

DL&W - Delaware River Viaduct (Warren County, New Jersey)
Built 1908-1911 as part of the 28.5 mile New Jersey Cut-Off; abandoned in 1979, tracks removed in 1984
Concrete arch bridge over Interstate 80, Delaware River and Stateford Road on former Delaware Lackawanna and Western Railroad
Abandoned, but intact