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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.

Prince Bridge (Fayette County, West Virginia)
Built 1931
Lost through truss bridge over New River on WV 41
Replaced by a new bridge

Princeton Bridge (Old) (Washington County, Maine)
Lost Through truss bridge over Grand Falls flowage on Rt 1
Replaced by a new bridge

Prison Road Bridge (Greene County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1910
Through truss bridge over Tenmile Creek on TR 568
Closed to all traffic

Prophet Bridge (Lafayette County, Mississippi)
Built 1953
Through truss bridge over Yocona River on MS 315
Open to traffic

Prophetstown Bridge (Whiteside County, Illinois)
Built 1935; replaced 1994
Through truss bridge over Rock River on Ill 78
Replaced by a new bridge

Prospect Bridge (Old) (Marion County, Ohio)
Built 1913 by the Standard Engineering Co.; rehabilitated 1985
Lost through truss bridge over Scioto River on OH 47 in Prospect
Replaced

Prospect Bridge (Older) (Marion County, Ohio)
Lost Through truss bridge over Scioto River on Water Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Prospect Street Bridge (Grafton County, New Hampshire)
Built 1928 by the American Bridge Company
Truss bridge over Ammonoosuc River on Prospect Street in Bethlehem
Open to traffic

Prospect Street Bridge (New) (Niagara County, New York)
Built 2005
Modern through truss bridge over Erie Canal on Prospect Street/Stevens Street in Lockport
Open to traffic

Providence and Worcester Railroad I-278 Bridge (Bronx County, New York)
Built 1960
Baltimore through truss bridge over P&WRR;CSXTRR;Amtrac on I-278
Open to traffic

Providence Road Bridge (Robertson County, Texas)
Through truss bridge over Little Brazos River on Providence Road
Open to traffic

Province Line Road Bridge (Monmouth County, New Jersey)
Built 1891; rehabilitated 1994
Pratt through truss bridge with Phoenix Columns over Crosswicks Creek on Province Line Road
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

Prowers Bridge (Bent County, Colorado)
First built as a timber bridge in 1900 by the Kansas City Bridge Co. Truss spans added by the Pueblo Bridge Co. in 1902, 1906, 1909, and 1921
Five-span through truss bridge over Arkansas River on CR 34
Replaced by a new bridge in 1994, now closed to all traffic

PRR - Allegheny River Bridge (Larabee) (McKean County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1900
Pratt through truss bridge over Allegheny River on Norfork Southern Railroad (formerly Pennsylvania Railroad)
Open to traffic

PRR - Chesapeake & Delaware Canal Bridge (New Castle County, Delaware)
Built ca. 1925 to replace earlier bridge when canal expanded after acquisition by Army Corps of Engineers, replaced by new bridge 1/4 mile to south as canal realigned and widened in 1960s
Lost Through truss bridge over Chesapeake & Delaware Canal on Pennsylvania RR
No longer exists

PRR - Columbia-Wrightsville Bridge (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Built in 30 days in 1896 to be "temporary" replacement for destroyed covered bridge, with intent of road being added to upper level; neither replacement nor upper deck ever built. Removed 1963
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Pennsylvania Railroad & Lincoln Highway
Removed

PRR - Elk River Bridge (Abandoned) (Kanawha County, West Virginia)
(Main design: Whipple through truss)
Abandoned through truss bridge over Elk River on Pennsylvania Railroad
Abandoned

PRR - Erie Canal Bridge (Wayne County, New York)
Abandoned warren through truss bridge over Erie Canal on Railroad
Abandoned

PRR - Erie Canal Bridge (Monroe County, New York)
Built ca 1918
Abandoned warren through truss with all verticals bridge over Erie Canal on Pennsylvania Railroad
Derelict/abandoned

PRR - Erie Canal Bridge (west) (Monroe County, New York)
Warren through truss with all verticals bridge over Erie Canal on Pennsylvania Railroad
Carries pipelines, doesn't appear to be officially open as a pedestrian crossing

PRR - Grays Ferry Branch Swing Bridge (Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1901 by American Bridge Co. for Pennsylvania RR, opened 1902; abandoned 1984
Abandoned through truss bridge over Schuylkill River on former Pennsylvania Railroad
Derelict/abandoned

PRR - Great Miami River Bridge (Old) (Miami County, Ohio)
Built ?; Replaced 1913
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Great Miami River on Pennsylvania Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

PRR - Hackensack River Bridge (Old) (Hudson County, New Jersey)
Replaced 1920
Lost Through truss bridge over Hackensack River on Pennsylvania Railroad
No longer exists

PRR - Indiana Harbor Canal Bridge (Lake County, Indiana)
Lost Bridge over Indiana Harbor Canal on Pennsylvania Railroad
Lost

PRR - Juniata River Bridge (Mifflin County, Pennsylvania)
Lost Through truss bridge over Juniata River on Pennsylvania Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

PRR - Morris Canal Inclined Plane 11 Bridge (Northampton County, Pennsylvania)
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Morris Canal Inclined Plane 11 on Pennsylvania Railroad
Removed

PRR - Muscatatuck River Bridge (Jackson County, Indiana)
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Muscatatuck River on Pennsylvania Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

PRR - Muskingum River Bridge (Coshocton County, Ohio)
Destroyed by flood & replaced 1913
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Muskingum River on Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

PRR - Ohio Connecting Railroad Bridge (Old) (Allegheny County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1890; replaced 1915
Lost Through truss bridge over Ohio River on Pennsylvania Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

PRR - Passaic River Bridge (Old) (Essex County, New Jersey)
Built 1911; Replaced 1935
Pennsylvania Railroad Bridge over the Passaic River
Replaced by a new bridge

PRR - Phoenixville Bridge (Old) (Chester County, Pennsylvania)
(Main design: Pratt deck truss)
Built 1884; Replaced 1915
Lost Pratt deck truss bridge over Schuylkill River on Pennsylvania Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

PRR - Ronks Haupt Bridge (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1851
Haupt through truss bridge over Amtrak (former PRR) on Private farm road
In storage or disassembled

PRR - Shenango River Bridge (Lawrence County, Pennsylvania)
Through truss bridge over Shenago River on Pennsylvania Railroad
Abandoned

PRR - Shenango River Bridge (Mercer County, Pennsylvania)
Abandoned pratt through truss bridge over Shenango River on former Pennsylvania Railroad
Derelict/abandoned

PRR - Sleepy Hollow Bridge (Cecil County, Maryland)
Abandoned through truss bridge over Basin Run Creek on Railroad
Derelict/abandoned

PRR - South Branch Chicago River Bridge (Cook County, Illinois)
Lost Through truss bridge over South Branch Chicago River on Pennsylvania Railroad
No longer exists

PRR - Vernon Fork Muscatatuck River Bridge (Jackson County, Indiana)
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Vernon Fork Muscatatuck River on Pennsylvania Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

PRR - Wabash River Bridge (Cass County, Indiana)
Built 1861
Lost Through truss bridge over Wabash River on former Pennylvania Railroad at Logansport
Lost

PRR - West Fork White River Bridge (Delaware County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1885 by the Pennsylvania Railroad
Abandoned pratt through truss bridge over West Fork White River
Abandoned

PRR - Whitford Flyover (Chester County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1904
Through truss bridge over Whitford Station
Abandoned with deck removed

PRR/Erie Overpass (Erie County, Pennsylvania)
Parker through truss bridge over Pennsylvania Railroad on Erie Railway
Abandoned

PRSL - Crook Horn Creek Bridge (Cape May County, New Jersey)
Built 1910; abandoned 1981, removed Nov. 1992
Lost Pratt through truss drawbridge over Crook Horn Creek on Conrail RR
No longer exists

Pruitt Bridge (Newton County, Arkansas)
Built 1931 by the Virginia Bridge & Iron Co.
Through truss bridge over Buffalo River on AR 7
Open to traffic

Pryor Creek Bridge (Mayes County, Oklahoma)
Built ca. 1930
Through truss bridge over Pryor Creek on E0500 in Pryor Creek
Replaced by a new bridge

Pryor Creek Bridge (Rogers County, Oklahoma)
Built 1926
Through truss bridge over Pryor Creek on 1st St. (Old Rt. 66).
Open to traffic

Pryor Creek RR Bridge (Mayes County, Oklahoma)
Built in 1898 by A&P Roberts Co
Pratt through truss bridge over Pryor Creek
Open to traffic, as a loading rail, no thru trains,

PSAP - Hoquiam River Swing Bridge (Grays Harbor County, Washington)
Warren through truss bridge over Hoquiam River on Railroad (PSAP)
Open to traffic

PSAP - Satsop River Bridge (Grays Harbor County, Washington)
Built 1908
Bridge over Satsop River on Railroad
Open to traffic

PSE - Duwamish River Bridge (King County, Washington)
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Duwamish River on Puget Sound Electric Railway
Removed

PSE - Puyallup River Bridge (Pierce County, Washington)
Lost Parker through truss bridge over Puyallup River on Puget Sound Electric Railway
Removed

PSNJ - Hackensack River Swing Bridge (Bergen County, New Jersey)
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Hackensack River on Public Service Corporation of New Jersey
No longer exists

PTC - Illinois River Bridge (Peoria County, Illinois)
Built 1900; Removed ca. 1973
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Illinois River on Peoria Terminal Co.
Destroyed by collision

PTC - Kickapoo Creek Bridge (Peoria County, Illinois)
Built 1900; Replaced 1936
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Kickapoo Creek on Peoria Terminal Co.
Replaced by a new bridge

Puente Arenas (Cayey, Puerto Rico)
Built 1893; bypassed by new bridge in 2004
Eiffel through truss bridge over Río de La Plata on PR 735
Looks to be open to traffic via cars approaching and heading away from bridge on each side.

Puente Histórico de Añasco (Anasco, Puerto Rico)
Abandoned Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Rio Grande de Añasco on Former alignment of PR-2
Derelict/abandoned

Puente Histórico de Trujillo Alto (Trujillo Alto, Puerto Rico)
Built 1939
Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Río Grande de Loíza on Pedestrian Trail (Former alignment of PR-181)
Open to pedestrians only

Puente Mata de Plátanos (Ciales, Puerto Rico)
Built 1905
Double-intersection Pratt through truss bridge over Rio Manati on PR 6685
Open to traffic

Puente Plata (Bayamon, Puerto Rico)
Built 1908; Bypassed 1982
Parker through truss bridge over Río de La Plata on PR 167
Still standing next to replacement bridge

Pugh Ford Bridge (Bartholomew County, Indiana)
Built 1911 by the Elkhart Bridge & Iron Co.; rehabilitated 1997
Two-span through truss bridge over Flatrock River on CR 900 North
Open to traffic

Pulaski County Free Bridge (Pulaski County, Arkansas)
Lost through truss bridge over the Arkansas River at Little Rock
No longer exists

Pulaski Skyway Bridge (Hudson County, New Jersey)
Built 1932; rehabilitated 1984
Cantilevered through and deck truss bridge over the Passaic and Hackensack Rivers on US 1/US 9 in Jersey City
Open to traffic

Pulaski Street Bridge (Fairfield County, Connecticut)
Built 1887 by Berlin Iron Bridge Co.; Replaced 1987
Lost Lenticular through truss bridge over Rippowan River on Pulaski Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Pulp Mill Bridge (Coos County, New Hampshire)
Built circa 1868; Bypassed 1921
Abandoned Whipple through truss bridge
Derelict/abandoned

Pulp Mill Covered Bridge 45-01-04#2 (Addison County, Vermont)
Built 1853; Piers added 1979; Rehabilitated 1991; Rehabilitated 2012
Modified Burr arch-truss covered bridge over Otter Creek
Open to traffic

Pump Station Road Bridge (Greene County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1902 by Nelson & Buchanan
Through truss bridge over Ten Mile Creek on TR 659
Gone, replaced by new bridge

Pumphouse Road Bridge (Clark County, Ohio)
Built 1905 by the Rogers Iron Co.; rehabilitated 1967
Through truss bridge over Beaver Creek on Pumphouse Road in Springfield
Pedestrian traffic only now

Pumping Station Covered Bridge 21-06-02 #2 (Franklin County, Massachusetts)
Original Built 1870, Replaced 1972
Howe through truss bridge over Green River on Eunice Williams Dr


Pumping Station Covered Bridge 37-27-02x (Polk County, Oregon)
Built 1915; Destroyed by flood 1987
Lost Covered Howe through truss bridge over Rickreall Creek on Access Road
Destroyed by flooding

Pumpkin Run Road Bridge (Greene County, Pennsylvania)
Built ca. 1895, by the Wrought Iron Bridge Co.
Through truss bridge over a branch of Dunkard Creek on TR 716 (Pumpkin Run Road)
Open to traffic

Pumpkin Vine Railroad Wabash River Bridge (Fountain County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1873, most likely removed around 1880
Lost Through truss bridge over Wabash River on former Chicago, Danville and Vincennes Railroad northwest of Covington
Removed

Purcell Bridge (Jasper County, Missouri)
Built 1912 by the Blodgett Construction Co.; replaced 1993
Lost through truss bridge over North Fork Spring River on CR 210
Replaced by new bridge

Purple People Bridge (Hamilton County, Ohio)
First built 1872 as a Whipple through truss bridge; reconstructed 1897; railroad service discontinued 1987; closed to road traffic 2001; rehabilitated and reopened to pedestrians 2003
Five-span through truss bridge over the Ohio River formerly carrying the Louisville & Nashville Railroad) and US 27 between Cincinnati and Newport
Open to pedestrian traffic only

Putman Covered Bridge 01-05-02x / 01-22-13x (Blount County, Alabama)
Lost Lattice through truss bridge over Mulberry Fork on Co Rd 10
Lost

Putnam Bridge (New York County, New York)
Built 1881; Closed 1958; Removed 1960
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Harlem River on New York & Putnam Railroad & Interborough Rapid Transit Company
Removed

Putnam Street Bridge (Old) (Washington County, Ohio)
Built 1913; rehabilitated 1951
Lost Parker through truss bridge over Muskingum River on Putnam Street
Bridge has been replaced.

Puyallup Avenue Bridge (Pierce County, Washington)
Built 1925
Through truss bridge over Puyallup River on Puyallup Avenue in Tacoma
Open to traffic

Puyallup Avenue Bridge (Pierce County, Washington)
Built 1925
Warren through truss bridge over railroad tracks on Puyallup Avenue in Tacoma
Open to traffic

Puyallup Avenue Bridge (Pierce County, Washington)
Built 1925
Through truss bridge over railroad tracks on Puyallup Avenue in Tacoma
Open to traffic

Puyallup Waterway Bridge (Pierce County, Washington)
Built 1930
Through truss bridge over Puyallup Waterway on East 11th Street in Tacoma
Intact but closed to all traffic

PVRR - Elm Street Overpass (Hampden County, Massachusetts)
Built 1889
Abandoned through truss bridge over Elm Street/Route 10 on NYNH&H Canal Line
Derelict/abandoned

PVRR - Westfield River Bridge (Hampden County, Massachusetts)
Built 1910, raised 1919
Abandoned double-intersection Warren through truss bridge over Westfield River on NYNH&H Canal Line
Derelict/abandoned

PW - Middletown Swing Bridge (Middlesex County, Connecticut)
Replaced an earlier bridge at this location built in 1872.
Swing through truss bridge over the Connecticut River on the Connecticut Central Railroad in Middletown
Open to traffic

PW - Omega Pond Bridge (Providence County, Rhode Island)
Double-intersection Warren through truss bridge over Omega Pond outflow/Ten Mile River on Providence & Worcester Railroad
Open to traffic

PW - Shetucket River Bridge (New London County, Connecticut)
Built 1890 for the Providence and Worcester Railroad
Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Shetucket River on Providence and Worcester Railroad
Open to traffic

PW - Triad Bridge (Worcester County, Massachusetts)
Through truss bridge over Blackstone River on P&W Providence Main
Open to traffic

PWB Railroad Bridge (Harford County, Maryland)
Built 1866, replaced in stages through the 1870s by an iron truss structure on the same footings
Lost truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Philadelphia, Wilmington & Baltimore Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

Pyrmont Road Bridge (Preble County, Ohio)
Built 1904 by the Indiana Bridge Co. of Muncie, IN; rehabilitated 1995
Through truss bridge over Twin Creek on TR 453
Open to traffic

Q Street Viaduct (Douglas County, Nebraska)
Built 1908
Parker through truss over Railroad Yard on Q Street
Removed

Q Street Viaduct (Old) (Douglas County, Nebraska)
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Union Pacific Railroad on Q Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Quaker Bridge (Mercer County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1898, bypassed approx 2006. Left in original location.
Bypassed Through truss bridge over Little Shenango River on PA 4006 (Williamson Road)
Bypassed and open only to pedestrians. Very good condition!

Quaker Bridge Road Bridge (Westchester County, New York)
Built 1894; rehabilitated 1994
Through truss bridge over Croton River on Quaker Bridge Road in Croton-on-Hudson
Open to traffic

Quaker Mill Bridge (Delaware County, Iowa)
Lost Bowstring pony truss bridge over Maquoketa River on road
Replaced by a new bridge

Quaker Road Bridge (Wayne County, New York)
Built 1914
Through truss bridge over Erie Canal on Quaker Road in Macedon
Open to traffic

Quaking Aspen Ranch Bridge (Stillwater County, Montana)
Pratt through truss bridge over East Rosebud River on a driveway
Open to traffic

Quapaw Creek Bridge (Osage County, Oklahoma)
Built 1938
Through truss bridge over Quapaw Creek on W. Oak St. in Skiatook
Open to traffic

Quarry Bridge (Marshall County, Iowa)
Built 1885
Through truss bridge over Iowa River on 3 Bridges Road
Closed to all traffic

Quasqueton Bridge (Buchanan County, Iowa)
(Main design: Camelback through truss)
Replaced 1959
Camelback through truss bridge over Wapsipinicon River on Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Queens Avenue Bridge (Mahaska County, Iowa)
Lost through truss bridge over North Skunk River on Queens Avenue
Destroyed by flooding 2012-2013; Currently in a heap 100 yards down stream from original location

Queens Bridge (Somerset County, New Jersey)
Built 1875; Replaced 1984; Stone piers still in use
Lost Through truss bridge over Raritan River on County Road 527
Replaced by a new bridge using old stone piers