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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 - Savannah River Bridge (Effingham County, Georgia)
Pratt through truss over Savannah River on former CSX Railroad
Open to traffic

CSX - Savannah River Bridge (Effingham 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 - St. Marys River Bridge (Nassau County, Florida)
Originally built for the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
Warren through truss bridge over St. Marys River on double railroad track of 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 - Big Sioux River Bridge (Hudson) (Sioux County, Iowa)
Built 1927
Warren pony truss with all verticals bridge over Big Sioux River on 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

Davis Street Ferry (St. Louis County, Missouri)
Lost ferry between South St. Louis County and East Carondelet, IL. Went obsolete when the Old JB Bridge opened in 1944.
Lost ferry across the Mississippi River
No longer exists

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 (1968 Westbound) (New Castle County, Delaware)
Built 1968 as an almost identical twin to the 1951 Delaware Memorial Bridge that carries northbound traffic
Suspension bridge over Delaware River on Westbound I-295/US 40
Open to traffic

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

DM&E - Sabula Bridge (Jackson County, Iowa)
Built 1906
Through truss bridge over Mississippi River on IC&E RR (formerly Milwaukee Road)
Open to traffic

Dorena-Hickman Ferry (Mississippi County, Missouri)
Ferry crossing over the Mississippi River on MO 77 between Dorena and Hickman
Toll ferry currently in operation

Drayton Bridge (Pembina County, North Dakota)
Built 1954; demolished February 2011
Lost Warren through truss bridge over Red River of the North on ND 66/MN 11
Replaced by a new bridge

Drayton Bridge (Kittson County, Minnesota)
Built 1954 replacing a 4 span pin connected Parker through truss bridge with a-frame portal bracings- main span was a vertical lift bridge.
Through truss bridge over Red River of the North on MN 11
Demolished and replaced.

Drayton Lift Bridge (Pembina County, North Dakota)
Built 1911; Removed 1955 when new steel bridge was built north of town
Lost Through truss bridge over Red River on former Almeron Avenue
Replaced by a new bridge

Dresbach Bridge (La Crosse County, Wisconsin)
Built 1967
Haunched deck plate girder bridge over Mississippi River on Interstate 90
Intact but closed to all traffic

Dresbach Bridge (Winona County, Minnesota)
Built 1967
Girder bridge over Mississippi River on I-90
To be replaced in 2013

Dubuque-Wisconsin Bridge (Dubuque County, Iowa)
Built 1982
Steel through arch bridge over the Mississippi River on US 61 and US 151
Open to traffic

Eads Bridge (St. Louis, Missouri)
Built 1869-1874 under the direction of engineer James Buchanan Eads; automobile deck closed 1989 - 2003 for rehabilitation and replacement; reopened July 4, 2003
Three-span steel arch bridge over the Mississippi River and N. Leonor K. Sullivan Blvd. in downtown St. Louis
Top deck open to four lanes of traffic with a pedestrian lane, bottom deck open to two tracks of MetroLink light rail service

Eagle Point Bridge (Dubuque County, Iowa)
Built 1901, subsequent work in 1907, 1922 and 1936, destroyed in 1983
Lost Truss bridge over Mississippi River on US 151/US 61 in Dubuque
Lost

East Branch Creek Bridge (Vermilion County, Illinois)
Built 1901, replaced in 1993
Lost Pony truss bridge over East Branch on TR 492A
Replaced by new bridge

East Pearl River US 90 Bridge (St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana)
Built 1933 by the Wisconsin Bridge & Iron Co.
Swing bridge over East Pearl River on US 90
Open to traffic

East River Mountain Tunnel (Bland County, Virginia)
Built 1974
Tunnel under East River Mountain on I-77
Open to traffic

Easton-Phillipsburg Toll Bridge (Northampton County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1937; rehabilitated 1990; rehabilitated 2013-2015
Through truss bridge over Delaware River on US 22 in Easton
Open to traffic

Eisenhower Bridge (Goodhue County, Minnesota)
Built 1958
Through truss bridge over Mississippi River on US 63 in Red Wing
Open to traffic

ELS - Kingsford Bridge (Marinette County, Wisconsin)
Built 1902
Steel arch bridge over Menominee River on Escanaba & Lake Superior Railroad
Open to traffic

Enloe Bridge (Wilkin County, Minnesota)
Built 1917. Closed to traffic after flood damaged bridge in 1990. Replaced 1994 with the truss bridge relocated to an area east of Breckinridge
Pratt through truss bridge over Red River of The North on Csah 28
Replaced by new bridge; truss bridge relocated to an area east of Breckinridge

Escatawpa River Bridge (George County, Mississippi)
Built 1986
Stringer bridge over Escatawpa River on US 98
Open to traffic

Eufala Covered Bridge (Barbour County, Alabama)
Built 1839, Replaced 1925
Lost Town lattice through truss bridge over Chattahoochee River on Raod
No longer exists

EVWR - Maunie Swing Bridge (White County, Illinois)
Built 1926
Through truss bridge over Wabash River on Evansville Western Railroad southeast of Maunie
Open to traffic

Fairfax Bridge (Platte County, Missouri)
Built 1935; rehabilitated 1979; Closed October 31, 2014, demolished on 18 January, 2015
Through truss bridge over the Missouri River on Southbound US 69 in Kansas City
Demolished- replacement bridge to be built once the bridge parts are removed from the river.

Falls of the Ohio Bridge (Jefferson County, Kentucky)
Built 1919
Through truss railroad bridge over the Ohio River at Louisville
Open to railroad traffic

FCRD - St. Mary's River Bridge (Nassau County, Florida)
Built 1926 by the Mt. Vernon Bridge Co. for the Seaboard Air Line Railway
Deck plate girder bridge over St. Mary's River on First Coast Railroad
Open to traffic

First Bridge (Rock Island County, Illinois)
Built 1856, Replaced 1866.
Lost howe through truss bridge over Mississippi River
Lost

First Cairo Railroad Bridge (Alexander County, Illinois)
Built 1889 under engineer George S. Morison; replaced 1949-52
Lost through and deck truss bridge over the Ohio River carrying the Illinois Central Railroad in Cairo
Replaced by the current bridge, reusing many of the piers in the process

First Cincinnati Southern Railroad Bridge (Hamilton County, Ohio)
Built 1869-1877; superstructure replaced by current bridge in 1922
Lost through truss swing bridge over Ohio River on the Cincinnati Southern Railroad at Cincinnati
Superstructure replaced

First Vincennes Highway Bridge 13-51-03x / 14-42-01x (Lawrence County, Illinois)
Replaced by the Lincoln Memorial Bridge
Lost Bowstring through truss bridge over Wabash River on Main Street
Replaced by new bridge

Florence Covered Bridge (Stewart County, Georgia)
Built 1836, Destroyed by flooding 1846
Lost Town lattice truss bridge over Chattahoochie River on Road
Destroyed by flooding

FMRC - Red River Bridge (Wilbarger County, Texas)
Abandoned timber stringer bridge over Red River on Farmrail Corporation
Stripped of track and abandoned.

Fort Leavenworth Bridge (Leavenworth County, Kansas)
Built 1871; Burned and abandoned 1913 , Converted to road 1917
Lost Post through truss bridge over Missouri River
Removed

Fort Madison Bridge (Lee County, Iowa)
Built 1927
Toll double-decker through truss swing bridge over the Mississippi River on IA 2/IL 9/BNSF Railroad at Fort Madison
Open to traffic

Fort Madison Bridge (Old) (Lee County, Iowa)
Built 1888; Replaced 1923
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Mississippi River on Railroad and Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Fort Steuben Bridge (Jefferson County, Ohio)
Built 1928 by the Dravo Contracting Co.; rehabilitated 1972; closed 2008. Imploded Feb. 21, 2012.
Lost suspension bridge over the Ohio River on OH 822 between Steubenville and Weirton
Demolished

Four Mile Creek Bridge (Rock County, Minnesota)
Built 1913, Replaced with box culverts
Concrete arch bridge over Four Mile Creek on CR 39
Replaced by a new bridge

Fourmile Creek Bridge (Nemaha County, Kansas)
Built ca. 1910
Lost pony truss bridge over Fourmile Creek, 2.5 mi. north and 0.5 mi. east of Bern
Replaced by a new bridge

Fourmile Creek Bridge (Cherokee County, Kansas)
Built ca. 1910
Pony truss bridge over Fourmile Creek, 1.4 mi. east and 2.2 mi. south of Melrose
Open to traffic

Francis Scott Key Bridge (Washington, District of Columbia)
Built 1925; rehabilitated 1986; rehabilitated 2017
Concrete arch bridge over Whitehurst Freeway, George Washington Memorial Parkway, and Potomac River on Water Street (U.S. 29)
Open to traffic

Frank "Gunner" Gatski Memorial Bridge (Cabell County, West Virginia)
Built 1985
Cable-stayed bridge over the Ohio River on WV 106 in Huntington
Open to traffic

Fred Schwengel Memorial Bridge (Scott County, Iowa)
Built 1966; Rehab 1996
Haunched deck plate girder bridge over Mississippi River on I-80 in Le Claire
Open to traffic

Freeburn Railroad Bridge (Mingo County, West Virginia)
Pratt through truss bridge over Tug Fork on Norfolk Southern Railway
Open to traffic

Frenchtown Bridge (Bucks County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1931; rehabilitated 2001
Through truss bridge over Delaware River on PA 32-NJ 29
Open to traffic

Frisco - Kennett Railroad Bridge (Dunklin County, Missouri)
Lost Deck plate girder bridge over St Francis River on St Louis and San Francisco Railroad
removed

Frisco Bridge (Shelby County, Tennessee)
Completed May 12, 1892, under the direction of engineer George S. Morison
Cantilevered through truss railroad bridge over the Mississippi River at Memphis
Open to railroad traffic

Gateway Bridge (Clinton County, Iowa)
Built 1956
Suspension bridge over Mississippi River on US 30 at Clinton
Open to traffic

George Rogers Clark Memorial Bridge (Jefferson County, Kentucky)
Built 1929 by the American Bridge Co.; tolls removed 1946; rehabilitated 1958
Cantilevered through truss bridge over Ohio River on US 31 between Louisville and Jeffersonville
Open to traffic

George Washington Bridge (New York County, New York)
Opened to traffic October 25, 1931; lower level opened August 29, 1962
Suspension bridge over Hudson River on I-95 in New York
Open to a total of 14 lanes of traffic

Georgia-Carolina Memorial Bridge (Elbert County, Georgia)
Built in 1927; Replaced 1981
Lost Open-spandrel arch bridge over Savannah River on Sr 72
Replaced by new bridge

Glover Cary Bridge (Daviess County, Kentucky)
Opened Sept. 1940
Through truss bridge over Ohio River on IN 161 (formerly US 231) at downtown Owensboro
Open to two-lane traffic

GMRC - Bellows Falls Stone Arch Bridge (Windham County, Vermont)
Built 1899
Stone arch bridge over Connecticut River on Green Mountain Railroad
Open to traffic

Goethals Bridge (Richmond County, New York)
Opened to traffic June 29, 1928. Closed to traffic June 9, 2017 as replacement opened.
Cantilevered through truss bridge over Arthur Kill on I-278 in New York City
Closed, in process of demolition June 2017

Goethals Bridge (New) (EB) (Richmond County, New York)
Built 2017
Cable-stayed bridge over Arthur Kill on I-278 EB
Open to traffic

Golden Eagle Ferry (Calhoun County, Illinois)
Ferry across Mississippi River
Open to traffic

Gormania Bridge (Garrett County, Maryland)
Built 1985
Steel stringer bridge over CSX and North Branch Potomac River on U.S. 50 / George Washington Highway
Open to traffic

Government Bridge (Scott County, Iowa)
Built 1872, Replaced 1895
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Mississippi River on Railroad and Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Grafton Ferry (Jersey County, Illinois)
Opened 2003 as a toll ferry.
Toll ferry across Mississippi River.
open to seasonal toll traffic. Operating hours 10A to 10P Mon-Sat; 8A to 8P Sun.

Grand Tower Pipeline Bridge (Jackson County, Illinois)
Built 1955
Pipeline suspension bridge over the Mississippi River at Grand Tower
Still carries natural gas

Grassy Point Drawbridge (Douglas County, Wisconsin)
Built 1912
Pratt through truss bridge over St. Louis River on BNSF Railway
Open to traffic

Grayville Railroad Bridge (White County, Illinois)
Built 1892, rehabilitated in 1972, abandoned in 1996, partially destroyed by flooding in 2005
Through truss bridge over Wabash River on former Illinois Central Railroad south of Grayville
Partially destroyed by flood

Great River Bridge (Des Moines County, Iowa)
Built 1993
Cable-stayed bridge over Mississippi River on US Hwy 34 in Burlington
Open to traffic

Greenup Dam Ohio River Bridge (Greenup County, Kentucky)
Built 1986
Bridge over Ohio River on Ohio State Highway 253 - Kentucky State Highway 10
Open to traffic

Greenville Bridge (Chicot County, Arkansas)
Built 2010
Cable-stayed bridge over Mississippi River on US 82
Opened August 4, 2010

Greenville-Lake Village Bridge (Chicot County, Arkansas)
Opened to traffic Sept. 17, 1940; Closed to all traffic August 4, 2010 ; Demolished 2011
Cantilevered Warren through truss bridge over the Mississippi River on US 82 between Greenville and Lake Village
No Longer Exists Western Portal pillars and markers still in place.

GSWR - Chattahoochee River Bridge (Barbour County, Alabama)
Baltimore through truss bridge over Chattahoochee River on South Carolina Central Railroad
Open to traffic

GSWR - Omaha Bridge (Stewart County, Georgia)
Vertical lift through truss bridge over Chattahoochee River on the former Seaboard Air Line Railway
Intact but closed to all traffic

Hale's Bridge (Cheshire County, New Hampshire)
Built 1785 Replaced 1840 by Tucker Toll Bridge
Lost Timber stringer bridge over Connecticut River
Replaced by a new bridge

Hancock Bridge (Washington County, Maryland)
Built 1937
Deck truss bridge over Potomac River on US 522 in Bartonsville
Open to traffic

Harahan Bridge (Shelby County, Tennessee)
Completed 1916 under the direction of engineer Ralph Modjeski
Cantilevered through truss railroad bridge over the Mississippi River at Memphis
Open to railroad traffic on two tracks; road deck rebuilt for pedestrian use

Harry W. Nice Memorial Bridge (Charles County, Maryland)
Built 1939; rehabilitated 1984
Through truss bridge over Potomac River on US 301 connecting King George County, Va., and Charles County, Md.
Open to traffic

Helena Bridge (Phillips County, Arkansas)
Built 1961; rehabilitated 1991
Cantilevered Warren through truss bridge over the Mississippi River on US 49 at Helena
Open to traffic

Hernando DeSoto Bridge (Shelby County, Tennessee)
Built 1973
Two-span steel through arch bridge over the Mississippi River on I-40 at Memphis
Open to traffic

High Bridge (Muscatine County, Iowa)
Built 1891; Collapsed in 1899; Collapsed in again in 1956; Demolished in 1973
Lost Cantilevered Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Mississippi River on Walnut Street
Replaced by a new bridge upriver.

Highline Bridge (Wyandotte County, Kansas)
Built 1917; rehabilitated 2005
Two-level through truss bridge and network of approaches over Kansas River on the KCTRR in Kansas City
Open to traffic

Holcomb Bridge (Dunklin County, Missouri)
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over St Francis River on Missouri State Route 34 (old)
Replaced by a new bridge - BH 45288 (Bridgehunter.com ID)