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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.

Navy Drive Bridge (San Joaquin County, California)
Built 1941, replaced 2017
Swing bridge over San Joaquin River on Navy Drive in Stockton
Replaced by a new bridge

NC 126 Lake James Canal Bridge (Burke County, North Carolina)
Built in 1919 for the Southern Power Company; replaced in 1981
Lost Through truss bridge over Lake James Canal on NC 126
Replaced by a new bridge

NCIR - Shenango River Bridge (Lawrence County, Pennsylvania)
Through truss bridge over Shenango River on New Castle Industrial Railroad


NCRC - Elkhorn River Bridge (Madison County, Nebraska)
Built 1918, Collapsed during flooding in June 2010; Rebuilt July 2010
Through truss bridge over Elkhorn River on Nebraska Central Railroad
Repaired in July 2010 after center pier collapsed in a June flood.

NCRC - South Loup River Bridge (Howard County, Nebraska)
Built 1916
Warren through truss bridge over South Loup River on Railroad
Open to traffic

NCRC - Spring Branch Bridge (Madison County, Nebraska)
Built 1889; Bypassed 2012
Quadrangular lattice through truss bridge over Spring Branch on Railroad
Bypassed

NCRy - Dresser Bridge (Alameda County, California)
Warren through truss bridge over Alameda Creek, Hwy 84 on Niles Canyon Railway/Union Pacific Railroad


NCRy - Farwell Bridge (Alameda County, California)
Built in 1865-66 as part of the original transcontinental railroad by the Western Pacific RR as part of the line form Sacramento to San Francisco. The WPRR was engulfed by the Central Pacific RR in 1867 and eventually folded into the Southern Pacif .
Pratt through truss bridge over Alameda Creek (also CA 84) on Niles Canyon Railroad (NCRy)
Open to traffic

ND&C - West Glenham Bridge (Oldest) (Dutchess County, New York)
Built before 1881; Replaced 1894
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Fishkill Creek on ND&C Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

NE 67 North Fork Little Nemaha River Bridge (Otoe County, Nebraska)
Built 1951; replaced 2017
Lost through truss bridge over North Fork Little Nemaha River on NE 67, at Lorton
Replaced by a new bridge

NE 90th Avenue Bridge (Grundy County, Missouri)
Built ca. 1890
Through truss bridge over Little Medicine Creek on NE 90th Street
Removed but not replaced

NE Cascade Highway Bridge (King County, Washington)
Lost Through truss bridge over South Fork Skykomish River on NE Old Cascade Highway
Replaced by a new bridge

Neal Bridge (Grant County, Oregon)
Built 1962; rehabilitated 1986
Parker through truss bridge over North Fork John Day River on CR 29
Open to traffic

Neal Covered Bridge (Brown County, Ohio)
Built 1875; destroyed by flooding on March 7, 1997
Lost covered bridge over Eagle Creek on OH 763, south of Decatur
Destroyed by flooding

Neal Lane Covered Bridge 37-10-07 (Douglas County, Oregon)
Built 1939
Covered bridge over South Myrtle Creek on CR 124 in Myrtle Creek
Open to traffic

Nebraska Bridge (Forest County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1933; rehabilitated 1999
Through truss bridge over Tionesta Dam Creek on Golinza Road
Open to traffic

NECR - Bridge 39.56 (Windsor County, Vermont)
Warren through truss with all verticals bridge over Third Branch White River on New England Central Railroad
Open to traffic

NECR - Connecticut River Bridge #2 (Windham County, Vermont)
Built 1930
Warren through truss bridge over Connecticut River on Railroad (NECR)
Open to traffic

NECR - Dog River Bridge #13 (Washington County, Vermont)
Built 1936
Warren Through truss bridge over VT 12 and Dog River on New England Central Railroad in Berlin
Open to traffic

NECR - West River Bridge (Windham County, Vermont)
Built 1930
Warren through truss with all verticals bridge over West River on New England Central Railroad
Open to traffic

NECR - Willington Depot Bridge (Tolland County, Connecticut)
Pratt through truss bridge over Willimantic River on New England Central Railroad in Willington
Open to traffic

NECR - Winooski River Bridge #1 (Washington County, Vermont)
Built 1929 by American Bridge Co.
Warren through truss with all verticals bridge over Winooski River on New England Central Railroad
Open to traffic

NECR - Winooski River Bridge #4 (Chittenden County, Vermont)
Warren through truss with all verticals bridge over Winooski River on New England Central Railroad
Open to traffic

NECR - Yantic Falls Bridge (New London County, Connecticut)
Warren through truss with all verticals bridge over Yantic River on New England Central Railroad in Norwich
Open to traffic

NECR - Yantic Village Bridge (New London County, Connecticut)
Through truss bridge over Yantic River on New England Central Railroad in Yantic
Open to traffic

NECR Burlington Branch - Winooski River Bridge #1 (Chittenden County, Vermont)
Warren through truss with all verticals bridge over Winooski River on NECR Burlington Branch
Open to traffic

NECR Burlington Branch - Winooski River Bridge #2 (Chittenden County, Vermont)
Polygonal Warren through truss with all verticals bridge over Winooski River on NECR Burlington Branch
Open to traffic

NECR Burlington Branch - Winooski River Bridge #3 (Chittenden County, Vermont)
Polygonal Warren through truss with all verticals bridge over Winooski River on NECR Burlington Branch
Open to traffic

Nectar Covered Bridge 01-05-04x (Blount County, Alabama)
Built 1932; Destroyed by arson 1993
Lost covered bridge over Locust Fork River on Covered Bridge Road
Destroyed by fire

Nee Bridge (Lincoln County, Washington)
Inundated by Lake Roosevelt in 1940
Through truss bridge over Spokane River
Inundated

Needham Ford Bridge (Johnson County, Indiana)
Built 1870; Abandoned 1974; Removed 1982.
Lost Bowstring through truss bridge over Sugar Creek on County Road 150 North (Old SR 44)
Removed but not replaced

Needmore Road - Great Miami River Bridge (Montgomery County, Ohio)
Built after the flood of 1913 destroyed the previous bridge
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Great Miami River on Needmore Road
Replaced by a new bridge in 1956

Neet Covered Bridge 14-61-18 (Parke County, Indiana)
Built 1904
Covered bridge over Little Raccoon Creek on a bypassed section of Bridgeton Road
Open to pedestrians

Neff Bridge (Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1889; rehabilitated 1974
Through truss bridge over Frankstown Branch Juniata River on PA 4005
Open to traffic

Neff's Mill Covered Bridge 38-36-22 (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1875
Covered bridge over Pequea Creek on Penn Grant Road
In storage or disassembled

Negley Bridge (Columbiana County, Ohio)
Built 1882 by the Columbia Bridge Works of Dayton, Ohio
Through truss bridge over North Fork Little Beaver Creek on Carmel Achor Road (TR 1026)
Open to traffic

NEGS - Merrimack River Bridge (Merrimack County, New Hampshire)
Warren through truss with all verticals bridge over Merrimack River on New England Southern Railroad
Open to traffic

NEGS - Pemigewasset River Bridge (Ashland) (Grafton County, New Hampshire)
Warren through truss with all verticals bridge over Pemigewasset River on New England Southern Railroad
Open to traffic

Nehalem River Bridge (Columbia County, Oregon)
Built 1938
Parker through truss bridge over Nehalem River on OR 47 in Vernonia
Open to traffic

Nehalem River Bridge (Tillamook County, Oregon)
Built 1922, Replaced with post-tensioned box girder in 1984.
Lost swing bridge over Nehalem River
No longer exists

Nehemiah Jewett Covered Bridge 21-09-01x (Middlesex County, Massachusetts)
Built 1847; Pedestrian walkway installed 1920; Replaced 1962
Lost Town lattice truss bridge over Nashua River on Groton Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Nekoosa Bridge (Wood County, Wisconsin)
Built 1916, Replaced 1963
Lost Parker through truss bridge over Wisconsin River on WI-73
Replaced by a new bridge

Neligh Mill Bridge (Antelope County, Nebraska)
Built 1910 by the Western Bridge & Construction Co. Collapsed into river in June 2011, restoration planned with donation made end of 2013..
Through truss bridge over Elkhorn River on Elm Street at Neligh
Collapsed into river, but remains and is feasible to restore.

Nelson Bar Steel Bridge (Butte County, California)
Through truss bridge
Inundated

Nelson Bridge (Winnebago County, Illinois)
Built 1892; Replaced 1934
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Rock River on 15th Avenue
Replaced by a new bridge

Nelson Creek Bridge (Plumas County, California)
Built 1890
Pratt through truss bridge over Nelson Creek on Old Quincy La Porte Road
Open to pedestrians

Nelson Mountain Covered Bridge 37-20-06 (Lane County, Oregon)
Built 1928; rehabilitated 1984
Covered Howe through truss bridge over Lake Creek on Nelson Mountain Road
Open to traffic

Nemadji River bridge (Douglas County, Wisconsin)
Damaged by fire and abandoned in 1976
Pratt through truss bridge over Nemadji River on E Hammond Ave/E Limits Rd
Abandoned

Nemo Bridge (Morgan County, Tennessee)
(Main design: Camelback through truss)
Built 1929 after this and nearby bridges at Oakdale and Deermont were destroyed by floods in 1906
Camelback through truss bridge over Emory River on Catoosa Road
Open to pedestrians

Neosho Rapids Bridge (Lyon County, Kansas)
Built 1940
Through truss bridge over Neosho River, 0.5 mi. west of Neosho Rapids
Open to traffic

Neosho River Bridge (Lyon County, Kansas)
Built ca. 1930; replaced 2001
Lost through truss bridge over Neosho River, 4.0 mi. east of Emporia on Road 170
No longer exists

Neosho River Bridge (Neosho County, Kansas)
Built 1928
Through truss bridge over Neosho River, 1.2 mi. south and 0.4 mi. west of Erie
Open to traffic

Neosho River Bridge (Ottawa County, Oklahoma)
Built 1937; replaced 1997
Lost K-truss bridge over Neosho River on US 69 in Miami
Replaced by prestressed concrete girder bridge in 1997.

Neosho River Bridge (Neosho County, Kansas)
Built pre-1900
Through truss bridge over Neosho River on 42.5-17.6 Local, 1.0 mi. east and 2.6 mi. south of St. Paul
Open to traffic

Neosho River Bridge (Coffey County, Kansas)
Lost Bowstring through truss bridge over Neosho River on Reaper Ln SE
Replaced by a new bridge

Neosho River Bridge (Labette County, Kansas)
Lost Bowstring through truss bridge over Neosho River
Demolished

Neosho River-130th/135th Rd. Bridge (Neosho County, Kansas)
Built 1908 by A.M. Blodgett
Through truss bridge over Neosho River, 2.4 mi. west of Erie
Abandoned with deck removed

Neosho River-Old Trego Rd. Bridge (Neosho County, Kansas)
Parker through truss bridge over Neosho River
Landlocked after the 1951 flood rerouted the river, bridge and section of road were abandoned.

Neosho River-Old Udall Rd. Bridge (Neosho County, Kansas)
Abandoned Parker through truss bridge over Neosho River
Abandoned

Neosho Steam Electric Station Bridge (Labette County, Kansas)
Built 1953 using Older Parts
Pratt through truss bridge over Neosho River on Former Access Road
Closed with approaches removed.

Nepesta Bridge (Pueblo County, Colorado)
Built 1905-06 by the Pueblo Bridge Co.; replaced 1989
Lost two-span through truss bridge over Arkansas River on Nepesta Road (CR 613) southeast of Boone
Replaced by a new bridge

NER - American River Bridge (Old) (Sacramento County, California)
Built 1906; Collapsed 1913
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over American River on Northern Electric Railway
Collapsed

NER - Oroville Bridge (Butte County, California)
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Feather River on Northern Electric Railway
Replaced by a new bridge

NERR - Bordeaux Railroad Bridge (Davidson County, Tennessee)
(Main design: Polygonal Warren through truss with sub-panels)
Polygonal Warren through truss with sub-panels bridge over Cumberland River
Open to traffic

NERR - Caney Fork River Bridge (Smith County, Tennessee)
Built 1907
Through truss bridge over Caney Fork River on former Tennessee Central Railway
Open to traffic

NERR - Stones River Railroad Bridge (Davidson County, Tennessee)
Warren through truss with all verticals bridge over Stones River on Nashville and Eastern Railroad (formerly Tennessee Central Railway)
Open to traffic

Nesbitt Bridge (Macon County, Illinois)
Built at a cost of $16,000
Camelback through truss bridge over Sangamon River (Lake Decatur) on a closed section of Coulter's Mill Road
Derelict/abandoned

Nescopeck Creek Bridge (Luzerne County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1927
Through truss bridge over Nescopeck Creek on TR 340
Closed to all traffic

Neshannock Creek Bridge (Mercer County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1922
Through truss bridge over Neshannock Creek on TR 401 (Old Mercer Road)
Open to traffic

Neshannock Creek Bridge (Mercer County, Pennsylvania)
Built ca. 1880 by Wrought Iron Bridge Co.
Lost through truss bridge over Neshannock Creek on PA 2004 (Milburn Road)
Demolished and replaced.

Nesika Bridge (Lewis County, Washington)
Built 1914; destroyed & lost 1967
Lost Through truss bridge over the Cowlitz River on State Road 5
No longer exists

Netcher Road Covered Bridge 35-04-63 (Ashtabula County, Ohio)
Built 1999
Haupt through truss bridge over Mill Creek on Netcher Road
Open to traffic

Neuse River Norfolk Southern Railway Bridge (Johnston County, North Carolina)
Built 1929
Warren through truss with all verticals bridge over Neuse River on NSRR
Open to traffic

Neversink River Bridge (Orange County, New York)
Built 1928; rehabilitated 1975
Through truss bridge over Neversink River on US 209
Open to traffic

Neversink River Bridge (Orange County, New York)
Built 1929
Through truss bridge over Neversink River on US 6 in Port Jervis
Replaced by a new bridge

Neversink River Bridge (Sullivan County, New York)
Through truss bridge over Neversink River on Grey Rd
Used for foot traffic only

Nevins Covered Bridge 14-61-05 (Parke County, Indiana)
Built 1920
Covered bridge over Little Raccoon Creek on CR S130E
Open to traffic

Nevius Street Bridge (Somerset County, New Jersey)
Built 1886 by the Wrought Iron Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 1938 and 2006
Whipple through truss bridge over Raritan River on Nevius Street in Raritan
Open to pedestrians

New Alexandria Toll Bridge (Indiana County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1832
Lost Through truss bridge over Loyalhanna Creek on road
Removed but not replaced

New Amsterdam Bridge (Harrison County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1900
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Branch of Ohio River on Green Street
Replaced by a new bridge

New Athens Bridge (St. Clair County, Illinois)
Built 1919; removed after 1979
Lost Bridge over Kaskaskia River on IL 13, IL 156 in New Athens
Replaced by new bridge

New Athens Wagon Bridge (St. Clair County, Illinois)
Lost Whipple truss bridge over Kaskaskia River
No longer exists

New Baltimore Covered Bridge 38-56-09 #2 (Somerset County, Pennsylvania)
Replaced a covered bridge buit in 1879
Multiple Kingpost through truss bridge over Raystown Br of Juniata River on TR812 Town Hill Rd.
Open to traffic

New Bedford Bridge (Bureau County, Illinois)
Lost Pratt Through Truss Bridge over Green River on Main Street
No longer exists

New Bedford-Fairhaven Middle Bridge (Bristol County, Massachusetts)
Swing span built 1897-99
Through truss swing bridge over Acushnet River on US 6 at New Bedford
Open to traffic

New Braunfels Avenue Bridge (Bexar County, Texas)
Built for Morgan City, Louisiana in 1881; Relocated here 1910. Closed 1975; Demolished 1981
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Southern Pacific RR on New Braunfels Avenue
Replaced by a new bridge

New Bridge Road Bridge (Cecil County, Maryland)
Built 1884
Through truss bridge over Octoraro Creek on New Bridge Road
Open to traffic

New Canal Bridge (Madison County, Illinois)
Built ca. 1963
Pair of cantilevered through truss bridges over Chain of Rocks Canal on I-270 in Granite City
Replaced by a new bridge

New Corydon Bridge (Jay County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1887 by H.P. Hepburn
Lost Whipple through truss bridge over Wabash River on CR 750E
Replaced by new bridge

New Cumberland River KY 90 Bridge (Pulaski County, Kentucky)
Built 2005
Warren through truss bridge over Cumberland River on KY 90
Open to traffic

New England College Covered Bridge 29-07-12 (Merrimack County, New Hampshire)
Built 1972
Town lattice truss bridge over Contoocook River on Footbridge
Open to pedestrians only

New Ford Bridge (Jackson County, Indiana)
Built 1891 with two of the spans salvaged from an 1884 bridge; replaced in 1987
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over East Fork White River on New Ford Road (CR550N)
Replaced by new bridge

New Garden Covered Bridge (Wayne County, Indiana)
Lost Multiple Kingpost through truss bridge over Nolands Fork on New Garden Road
Replaced by a new bridge

New Germantown Covered Bridge 38-50-11 (Perry County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1891
Covered bridge over Shermans Creek on TR 302 (Lower Buck Ridge Rd)
Open to traffic

New Harmony Bridge (Posey County, Indiana)
Built 1930, Ownership transferred to White County Bridge Commision in 1941.
Four-span through truss toll bridge over Wabash River on IL 14 at New Harmony, Indiana
Closed to traffic May 21, 2012

New Haven Bridge (Gallatin County, Illinois)
Built in 1895 by the Chicago Bridge Company
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Little Wabash River
No longer exists

New Home Road Bridge (Bates County, Missouri)
Built 1907-08 by the Kansas City Bridge Co.
Through truss bridge over a drainage ditch on New Home Road (7081 Road)
Closed to all traffic

New Hope Bridge (Bartholomew County, Indiana)
Built 1913; rehabilitated 1999
Two-span through truss bridge over Flatrock River on CR 400 North in Columbus
Open to traffic

New Hope Covered Bridge 35-08-05 (Brown County, Ohio)
Built 1878 by Josiah Bryant
Covered bridge over Whiteoak Creek on Bethel New Hope Road
Open to pedestrians only

New Hope Landing Bridge (San Joaquin County, California)
Replaced 1960
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over South Fork Mokelumne River on Walnut Grove Road
No longer exists