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Through truss

A span where the deck is between the truss webs and the top chords are connected with lateral bracing.

Advance Mills Road Bridge (Albemarle County, Virginia)
Built 1943
Through truss bridge over North Fork Rivanna River on Advance Mills Road
Demolished and replaced with a welded pony truss.

AEC - Neuse River Bridge (Lenoir County, North Carolina)
Built 1907
Through truss bridge over Neuse River on Atlantic & Eastern Carolina RR
Replaced by a new bridge

AERC - South Santiam River Bridge (Linn County, Oregon)
Built 1910
Pratt through truss bridge over South Santiam River on Albany and Eastern Railroad
Open to traffic

Aetnaville Bridge (Ohio County, West Virginia)
Built 1891; closed to traffic December 1988
Through truss bridge over Ohio River Back Channel on Georgia Street in Wheeling
Closed to all traffic

Agate Passage Bridge (Kitsap County, Washington)
Built 1950
Cantilevered through truss bridge over Agate Passage on WA 305 in Suquamish
Open to traffic

AGR - Alabama River Bridge (Wilcox County, Alabama)
Built 1915
Warren through truss bridge over Alabama River on Alabama & Gulf Coast Railway
Open to traffic

Aiken Street Bridge (Middlesex County, Massachusetts)
Built 1883 by the Berlin Iron Bridge Co.; Rehabilitated 1998
Five-span lenticular through truss bridge over Merrimack River on Aiken Street in Lowell
Open to traffic

Aikman Creek CR 700S (Daviess County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1905; Replaced 1990
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Aikman Creek on CR 700 S
Replaced by a new bridge

Air Line Blue River bridge (Jackson County, Missouri)
The route of the Air Line between Kansas City and Independence
Bridge over Big Blue River on abandoned KCS Air Line, just west of I-435
Rails removed and decked with boards. Open to railroad company street vehicles.

Air Line Railroad Bridge (Middlesex County, Connecticut)
Built 1872; Destroyed by Steamboat collision 1876; Replaced 1886
Lost Quadrangular lattice through truss bridge over Connecticut River on New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

Airtight Bridge (Coles County, Illinois)
Built 1914 by the Decatur Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 2010
Through truss bridge over Embarras River on TR 275, northeast of Charleston, 3 mi. northwest of Ashmore
Open to traffic

Airy Street Bridge (Montgomery County, Pennsylvania)
Replaced 1977
Lost Parker through truss bridge over Markley Street, Stony Creek, and railroad tracks on W. Airy Street (SR 3009)
Replaced by new bridge

Aitkin Bridge (Aitkin County, Minnesota)
Built 1896
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Mississippi River on MN 1 (Minnesota Ave.)
No longer exists

Ak-Sar-Ben Bridge (Douglas County, Nebraska)
Built 1888; widened with 3rd truss line added 1922-1924; tolls removed 1947; replaced by I-480 bridge in 1966
Lost Whipple through truss bridge over Missouri River on Douglas Street/US 6/US Alt 30
Replaced by new bridge

AKMD - Gulpha Creek Bridge (Garland County, Arkansas)
No builders plate found
Through truss & trestle bridge over Gulpha Creek on Union Pacific in Hot Springs. Rock ballast west abutment has a metal number plate (408.1 - is all that is on it) fastened to it.
Open to infrequent railroad traffic

AKMD - Jones Mill Bridge (Hot Spring County, Arkansas)
Built 1901
Through truss railroad bridge over Cove Creek on Arkansas Midland Railroad next to US 270
Open to railroad traffic

Akron Bridge (Plymouth County, Iowa)
Built 1900
Lost Camelback through truss bridge over Big Sioux River on Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Alamosa Bridge (Alamosa County, Colorado)
Lost Through truss bridge over Rio Grande on State Avenue
Replaced by a new bridge

Alamuchee-Bellamy Covered Bridge 01-60-01 (Sumter County, Alabama)
See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alamuchee-Bellamy_Covered_Bridge for a detailed history
Lattice through truss bridge over a duck pond on a pedestrian walkway
Open to pedestrians only

Alanthus Grove Bridge (Gentry County, Missouri)
Built ca. 1920; rehabilitated or reconstructed in 1996(?)
Through truss bridge over Grand River on 285th Street
Open to traffic

Alaska - Indian River Bridge (Matanuska-Susitna Borough, Alaska)
Through truss bridge over Indian River on Alaska Railroad
Open to traffic

Alaska - Mears Memorial Bridge (Yukon-Koyukuk Census Area, Alaska)
Built 1923
Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Tanana River on single track of the Alaska Railroad in Nenana
Open to traffic

Alaska - Placer River Bridge (Kenai Peninsula Borough, Alaska)
Camelback through truss bridge over Placer River on Alaska Railroad
Open to traffic

Alaska - Snow River Bridge (Kenai Peninsula Borough, Alaska)
Warren through truss bridge over Snow River on Alaska Railroad
Open to traffic

Alaska - Susitna River Bridge (Matanuska-Susitna Borough, Alaska)
Completed Feb. 1921 by the American Bridge Co.
Through truss bridge over Susitna River on Alaska Railroad
Open

Alaska - Talkeetna River Bridge (Matanuska-Susitna Borough, Alaska)
Through truss bridge over Talkeetna River on Alaska Railroad
Open to traffic

Alaska Highway Bridge (Southeast Fairbanks Census Area, Alaska)
Built 1944; Lost 2011
Lost cantilever truss (Subdivided Warren truss) over Tanana River on Alaska Highway in Tetlin
Replaced by a new bridge

Albany Bridge (Fayette County, Iowa)
Built 1907
Through truss bridge over Volga River on Hill Road
Intact but closed to all traffic

Albany Bridge (Delaware County, Indiana)
Built 1905; rehabilitated 1985; moved and restored 2019
Through truss bridge over Mississinewa River on CR 800 East
In storage or disassembled

Albany County Rail-Trail - Normans Kill Bridge (Albany County, New York)
Built ca. 1880, CP Rail proposed abandoning the line in 2003, purchased by Albany County in 2009, new deck for trail use placed in 2015.
Pratt through truss bridge over Normans Kill on Albany County Rail-Trail
Open to pedestrians and cyclists only

Albany Covered Bridge 29-02-06 (Carroll County, New Hampshire)
Built 1858; rehabilitated 1970
Covered bridge over Swift River on Dugway Road in Albany
Open to traffic

Albany Southern - Rensselaer Viaduct (Rensselaer County, New York)
Lost Warren through truss bridge over New York Central Railroad & Boston & Albany Railroad on Albany Southern Railroad
Removed

Albany Turnpike Bridge (Columbia County, New York)
Built 1909 rehabilitated 1943
Lost Lattice through truss bridge over CSX Railroad on Albany Turnpike
Replaced by a new bridge

Albee Road Bridge (Old) (Sarasota County, Florida)
Lost Through truss bridge over Intracoastal Waterway on Casey Key Road
No longer exists

Albert Lea Viaduct (Freeborn County, Minnesota)
Built 1934 by A. Guthrie & Co. of Minneapolis; replaced 2001
Lost two-span through truss bridge over the Union Pacific Railroad tracks on MN 13 in Albert Lea
Replaced by modern bridge

Albright Bridge (Hamilton County, Iowa)
Built 1907
Pratt through truss bridge over Boone River on Inkpaduta Avenue
Open to traffic

Albright Bridge (Tarrant County, Texas)
Built ca 1890, replaced by new bridge 100 meters south in 1936
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over West Fork Trinity River on County Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Alcovy Trestle Road Bridge (Newton County, Georgia)
Lost Through truss bridge over Alcovy River on Alcovy Trestle Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Alden Bridge (Old) (Hardin County, Iowa)
Built ?; Replaced 1935
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Iowa River on Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Alderbrook Bridge (Sonoma County, California)
Originally built in Santa Barbara County; Relocated here in 1941; Replaced 1979
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Santa Rosa Creek on Alderbrook Drive
Replaced by new bridge

Alex-Bell Road - Holes Creek Bridge (Montgomery County, Ohio)
Built 1883
Lost Through truss bridge over Holes Creek on Alexandersville-Bellbrook Road
Collapsed; replaced by new bridge

Alexandria Bay Railroad Bridge (Jefferson County, New York)
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Alexandria Bay/ St Lawrence River on railroad
No longer exists

Aline Covered Bridge 38-55-04 (Snyder County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1884
Covered bridge over North Branch Mahantango Creek in Meiserville
Open to pedestrians only

Allegany Bridge (Old) (Cattaraugus County, New York)
Lost Through truss bridge over Allegheny River on 1st Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Allegheny Highlands Trail - Shavers Fork Bridge (Tucker County, West Virginia)
Baltimore through truss bridge over Shavers Fork on Allegheny Highlands Trail of WV (formerly West Virginia Central and Pittsburg Railway)
Open to pedestrians only

Allegheny River - 7th Street Bridge (Potter County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1883 at 7th Street by the King Iron Bridge Co.; reinforcement arch added 1983; relocated to 4th Street as a pedestrian bridge in 2011
Pratt through truss bridge over Allegheny River relocated to 4th Street
Open to pedestrians

Allegheny River Bridge (Cattaraugus County, New York)
Abandoned through truss bridge over Allegheny River on 9 Mile Road
Abandoned

Allegheny River Bridge - Tidioute (Warren County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1933; rehabilitated 1978, 2002
Through truss bridge over Allegheny River on Buckingham Street in Tidioute
Open to traffic

Allen Bridge (Bell Bridge) (Cherry County, Nebraska)
Built 1903 by the Canton Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 2002
Through truss bridge over Niobrara River on a county road, 1 mi. north and 11 mi. east of Valentine. West of Smith Falls State Park.
Open to traffic

Allen Bridge Road Bridge (Orleans County, New York)
Built 1909
Through truss bridge over Erie Canal on Allen Bridge Road
Closed to all traffic

Allen Hollis Covered Bridge 29-05-e (Grafton County, New Hampshire)
Built 1981
Multiple Kingpost through truss bridge over Lost River
Open to pedestrians only

Allen Street Bridge (Cowlitz County, Washington)
Built 1923; rehabilitated 1970, Replaced 2000
Lost through truss bridge over Cowlitz River on Allen Street in Kelso
Replaced by a new bridge in 2000

Allenville Bridge (Cape Girardeau County, Missouri)
Built 1918 using a relocated span; destroyed by an overweight tractor April 14, 1977; eventually replaced by a concrete bridge in 1980
Lost through truss bridge over the Diversion Channel just south of Allenville on CR 238, just off Route N
Collapsed

Allenville Covered Bridge 25-16-02x (Cape Girardeau County, Missouri)
Built soon after the Civil War to replace an earlier structure. Destroyed by a severe thunderstorm during the morning of Nov. 2, 1945.
Lost covered bridge over Old Channel Whitewater River near Allenville
Destroyed by a severe thunderstorm

Allenwood River Bridge (Union County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1895, replaced by new bridge 1989-90
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Bridge Avenue (Route 44)
Replaced by a new bridge

Allerton Road Bridge East Bradford Township (Chester County, Pennsylvania)
Built ca. 1905
Through truss bridge over East Branch of Brandywine Creek on Allerton Road of fPa. 842 Southwest of West Chester, PA
Open to traffic

Alley Ford Bridge (Franklin County, Indiana)
Built 1927; rehabilitated 2010
Pratt through truss bridge over Pipe Creek on Pipe Creek Road
Open to traffic

Alloway Creek Bridge (Salem County, New Jersey)
Built 1905, altered 1976, closed 1991
Swing bridge over Alloway Creek on CR 623
Closed to all traffic

Almonaster Avenue Bridge (Never Built) (Orleans Parish, Louisiana)
Planned, But Never Constructed
Warren through truss bridge over Industrial Canal on Almonaster Avenue/With Railroad
Never built

Altitude-Miller Road Bridge (Monroe County, Ohio)
Through truss bridge over Sunfish Creek on Altitude-Miller Road (CR 6)
Intact but closed to all traffic

Alton Bridge (Madison County, Illinois)
Construction began in July 1927. Bridge opened in July 1928. Closed for major repairs in 1959 and 1975; permanently closed January 4, 1994; first span imploded August 11, 1994, other 6 spans imploded August-October 1994
Lost seven-span through truss bridge over the Mississippi River on US 67 at Alton
Replaced by the Clark Bridge

Alton Bridge (Crawford County, Indiana)
Through truss bridge over Little Blue River on CR 1 South in Alton
Open to one-lane traffic

Alum Creek Bridge (Kanawha County, West Virginia)
Built 1919
Lost Through truss bridge over Coal River on Childress Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Alum Creek CR 225 (W. Liberty E. Rd.) Bridge (Morrow County, Ohio)
Built 1876 by the Wrought Iron Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 1942
Through truss bridge over Alum Creek on CR 225 (W. Liberty E. Rd.)
Open to traffic

Alva Bridge (Old) (Lee County, Florida)
Lost Through truss bridge over Caloosahatchee River on Broadway Street
No longer exists replaced

Alvord Road Bridge (Otsego County, New York)
Built 1924; replaced 2011
Lost through truss bridge over Delaware & Hudson Railroad on Alvord Road
Replaced by a new bridge

AM - Fort Smith Bridge (Sebastian County, Arkansas)
Originally built by the St. Louis-San Francisco Railroad, now used by the Arkansas & Missouri Railroad. Vertical lift span added in the 1970s.
Vertical-lift through truss bridge over the Arkansas River on the Arkansas & Missouri Railroad between Fort Smith and Van Buren in Van Buren
Open for traffic

AM - Frog Bayou Bridge (Mountainburg) (Crawford County, Arkansas)
Built in 1898, originally Frisco railroad, now Arkansas and Missouri
Through truss bridge over Frog Bayou on Arkansas and Missouri Railroad in Mountainburg
Open to traffic

Ambridge-Aliquippa Bridge (Beaver County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1927 by the Dravo Contracting and American Bridge Company.
Cantilevered through truss bridge over the Ohio River on PA 3052/11th Street in Ambridge
Open to traffic

Amelia Earhart Bridge (Atchison County, Kansas)
Built 1937-38; rehabilitated 1975; Demolished 2013
Through truss bridge over the Missouri River on US 59 at Atchison
Replaced by new bridge

American Legion Memorial Bridge (Sullivan County, Tennessee)
Authorized by the Tennessee Valley Authority, in cooperation with the Tennessee Highway Department, built in 1949-50 upon the impoundment of the South Holston Lake.
1 2-span Warren Riveted through truss bridge over Holston River, South Fork on U.S. 421 (State Highway 34)
Open to traffic

American Mill Bridge (Jasper County, Missouri)
Built 1886 by the Missouri Valley Bridge & Iron Co.; replaced 1985
Lost through truss bridge over Center Creek on CR 110 southeast of Carthage
Replaced by a modern bridge

American Railroad - Puente de Cambalache (Arecibo, Puerto Rico)
Built 1893
Whipple through truss bridge over Río Grande de Arecibo on Compañía de los Ferrocarriles de Puerto Rico
Abandoned

American Railroad - Puente Río Tallaboa (Penuelas, Puerto Rico)
Lost Through truss bridge over Río Tallaboa on American Railroad Co. of Puerto Rico
Removed

American Railroad - Puente Río Yauco (Yauco, Puerto Rico)
Lost Whipple through truss bridge over Río Yauco on American Railroad Co. of Puerto Rico
Removed

American River H Street Bridge (Sacramento County, California)
Built 1932; rehabilitated 1992
Through truss bridge over American River on H Street in Sacramento
Open to traffic

Americus Bridge (Tippecanoe County, Indiana)
Built in 1893 by Lafayette Bridge Company; replaced in 1983
Lost Whipple through truss bridge over Wabash River on Grant Road
Replaced by new bridge

Ames Branch Bridge (Lafayette County, Wisconsin)
Built 1938; rehabilitated 1979; replaced in 2008
Lost through truss bridge over Ames Branch on WI 23
This bridge was replaced in 2008 by a pre-cast concrete girder structure with a poured concrete road deck.

Amherst Street Bridge (Erie County, New York)
Lost Bowstring through truss bridge over Erie Canal on Amherst Street
Removed but not replaced

Amite River US 190 Bridge (WB) (Livingston Parish, Louisiana)
Built 1932, replaced 2009
Through truss bridge over Amite River on westbound US 190 at Denham Springs
Replaced by a new bridge

Ammonoosuc Rail-Trail - Ammonoosuc River Bridge (Grafton County, New Hampshire)
Built by Boston & Maine RR; line taken over by New Hampshire & Vermont RR, bridge abandoned 1997
Skewed Baltimore through truss bridge over Ammonoosuc River on Ammonoosuc Rail-Trail (Former Railroad)
Open to pedestrians only

Ammonoosuc Rail-Trail - Amonoosuc River Bridge (Littleton, E) (Grafton County, New Hampshire)
Built by Boston & Maine RR; line taken over by New Hampshire & Vermont RR, bridge abandoned ca. 1997
Pin connected Pratt through truss bridge over Ammonoosuc River on former Boston & Maine Railroad
Open to pedestrians only

Ammonoosuc Rail-Trail - Amonoosuc River Bridge (Littleton, Middle) (Grafton County, New Hampshire)
Built 1924 by Boston Bridge Works; Line Abandoned 1997
Baltimore through truss bridge over Ammonoosuc River on Ammonoosuc Rail-Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Ammonoosuc Rail-Trail - Amonoosuc River Bridge (Littleton, W) (Grafton County, New Hampshire)
Built 1911 by Boston Bridge Works; Line abandoned 1997
Warren through truss bridge over Amonoosuc River on Amonoosuc Rail Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Ammonoosuc River Bridge (Grafton County, New Hampshire)
Built 1928 by the American Bridge Company; rehabilitated 1998
Through truss bridge over Ammonoosuc River on NH 142 in Bethlehem
Open to traffic

Amory Road Bridge (Old) (Monroe County, Mississippi)
Parker through truss bridge over Tombigbee River
No longer exists

Amoskeag Bridge (Hillsborough County, New Hampshire)
Built 1825
Lost Lattice through truss bridge over Merrimack River on Bridge Street
Destroyed by flooding

Amoskeag Company Bridge (Hillsborough County, New Hampshire)
Lost Bridges over Merrimack River on the current alignment of Foundry Street


Amoskeag Falls Bridge 29-06-20x (Hillsborough County, New Hampshire)
Built 1854
Burr long Through truss bridge over Merrimack River
Collapsed

Amsterdam Bridge (4th) (Montgomery County, New York)
Built 1876; One Post truss span washed away by flooding 1913; Replacement timber trestle span washed away 1914; Replaced 1916
Lost Post through truss bridge over Mohawk River on Road
Destroyed by flooding

Amsterdam Bridge (5th) (Montgomery County, New York)
Built 1916; Replaced 1972
Lost Through truss bridge over Mohawk River on Road
Replaced by a new bridge

AMTK - Canal Street Lift Bridge (Cook County, Illinois)
Built 1915
Pratt through truss bridge over South Branch of Chicago River on Amtrak
Open to traffic

Amtrak - Bronx Kill Bridge (New York County, New York)
Through truss bridge over Bronx Kill on Amtrak
Open to traffic

Amtrak - Bronx River Bascules (Bronx County, New York)
Built 1908; west of 3 bascules (NewYork Westchester & Boston) removed
Warren through truss bridge over Bronx River on Amtrak RR (6 tracks)
Open to traffic

Amtrak - Christiana Borough Bridge (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1893-1895; modifications in 1907 to accommodate trolley lines; catenary attachments for electric lines and traffic and pedestrian protection screens added in 1937 when railroad electrified;1952 repairs made to structural steel; Replaced 1985
Lost Whipple Through truss bridge over Amtrak on Bridge Street (Sr 2025)
Replaced by new bridge

Amtrak - Dock Bridge (Essex County, New Jersey)
Built 1935
Warren through truss with all verticals bridges over Passaic River on Amtrak (formerly Pennsylvania RR)
Open to traffic

Amtrak - Dominican Camp Bridge (Dutchess County, New York)
Through truss bridge over Amtrak on Footpath
Intact but closed to all traffic

Amtrak - Erie Boulevard Overpass (Schenectady County, New York)
Built 1905
Baltimore through truss bridge over Erie Boulevard on Amtrak
Open to traffic

Amtrak - Groton Bridge (New London County, Connecticut)
(Main design: Warren through truss)
Built 1919 by the American Bridge Co. as a bascule bridge; draw span replaced by vertical lift in 2008
Vertical-lift through truss bridge over Thames River on Northeast Corridor (Amtrak)
Open to traffic

Amtrak - Hutchinson River Bridge (Bronx County, New York)
Built 1908; originally three parallel 2-track lift spans
Warren through truss bridge over Hutchinson River on Amtrak RR (2 tracks)
Open to traffic