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Truss

NYC - Indiana Harbor Canal Bridges (Lake County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1909
Abandoned through truss bridge over Indiana Harbor Canal on Railroad (Abandoned New York Central)
Derelict/abandoned

NYC - Iroquois River Bridge (Newton County, Indiana)
Built 1905 by the American Bridge Company
Pratt through truss bridge over Iroquois River on New York Central Railroad
Abandoned

NYC - Maiden Lane Bridge (Albany County, New York)
Built 1899, Demolished 1968.
Lost Baltimore through truss bridge over Hudson River, Maiden Lane on New York Central Railroad
Removed

NYC - Maiden Lane Bridge (Old) (Albany County, New York)
(Main design: Whipple through truss)
Built 1872; Replaced 1899
Lost Whipple through truss bridge over Hudson River on New York Central Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

NYC - NY 5S Overpass (Herkimer County, New York)
Built 1920
Through truss bridge over NY 5S on an abandoned railroad
Open to traffic

NYC - Raisin River Bridge (Lenawee County, Michigan)
Replaced 1907
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Raisin River on New York Central Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

NYC - Rondout Bridge (Ulster County, New York)
Built 1882
Lost Whipple through truss bridge over Rondout Creek on NYC West Shore Line
Replaced by a new bridge

NYC - Rouge River Bridge (Old) (Wayne County, Michigan)
Built 1887; Replaced in 1920
Lost Through truss bridge over Rouge River on New York Central RR
Replaced by a new bridge

NYC - Sandusky River Bridge (Seneca County, Ohio)
Lost Through truss bridge over Sandusky River on Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

NYC - Tonawanda Creek Bridge (Niagara County, New York)
Through truss bridge over Tonawanda Creek/New York State Barge Canal on New York Central RR
Derelict/abandoned

NYC - Upper Bridge (Old) (Rensselaer County, New York)
(Main design: Lattice through truss)
Built 1870; Replaced 1901
Lost Lattice through truss bridge over Hudson River on New York Central Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

NYC - Upper Bridge (Oldest) (Rensselaer County, New York)
(Main design: Howe through truss)
Built 1866, Replaced 1870
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Hudson River on New York Central Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

NYCTA - Beach Channel Drawbridge (Queens County, New York)
Built 1956
Warren through truss bridge over Jamaica Bay on New York City Metropolitan Transit Authority
Open to traffic

NYCTA - Broad Channel Drawbridge (Queens County, New York)
Built 1956
Warren through truss bridge over Broad Channel on New York City Metropolitan Transit Authority
Open to traffic

NYCTA - Bronx River Bridge (Bronx County, New York)
Built 1916
Through truss bridge over Bronx River on NYCTA
Open to traffic

NYCTA - Culver Viaduct (Kings County, New York)
Built 1929
Truss bridge over Gowanus Canal/2nd Avenue/3rd Avenue/4th Avenue on New York City Transit Authority
Open to traffic

NYCTA/Amtrak Overpass (Bronx County, New York)
Built 1916
Warren through truss bridge over Amtrak/Westchester Avenue on New York City Transit Authority
Open to traffic

NYLB - Raritan River Bridge (Old) (Middlesex County, New Jersey)
(Main design: Whipple through truss)
Built 1875; Replaced 1908
Lost Post through truss bridge over Raritan River on New York & Long Branch Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

Nyssa Bridge (Malheur County, Oregon)
Built Ca. 1900, Replaced 1957
Lost Parker through truss bridge over Snake River on Old Oregon-Idaho Highway
Replaced by new bridge

NYSW - Hackensack River Bridge (Old) (Bergen County, New Jersey)
Built XXXX; Replaced 1914
Lost Through truss bridge over Hackensack River on New York Susquehanna & Western Railway
Replaced by a new bridge

NYSW - Tusten Station Bridge (Sullivan County, New York)
Built 1904
Through truss bridge over Delaware River on Central New York Railroad


NYSW - Wanaque River Bridge (Passaic County, New Jersey)
Through truss bridge over Wanaque River on NYS&W Railroad
Open to traffic

NYWS&B - Clyde River Bridge (Cayuga County, New York)
Built 1908; Removed ?
Lost Warren through truss with sub-panels bridge over Clyde River/Erie Canal on New York, West Shore, & Buffalo Railway
Removed

O Road Little Nemaha River Bridge (Otoe County, Nebraska)
Built 1895
Pratt through truss bridge over North Fork Little Nemaha River on CR-O, 1 mi. south of Lorton
Open to traffic, 3 to 6 ton weight limit

O Street Viaduct (Douglas County, Nebraska)
Built in 1880s as a railroad bridge; relocated here 1904; Removed 2001
Lost Whipple through truss bridge over South Omaha Stockyards on "O" Street
Removed

O&BSL - Dunbar Creek Bridge (Fayette County, Pennsylvania)
Mostly removed and abandoned deck truss bridge over Dunbar Creek on Railroad
Mostly removed and abandoned

O&BSL - Youghiogheny River Bridge (Fayette County, Pennsylvania)
Lost Deck truss bridge over Youghioogheny River on Railroad (O&BSL)
Removed

O&CRR - Grave Creek Bridge (Josephine County, Oregon)
Replaced
Lost Deck truss bridge over Grave Creek on Oregon & California Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

O&M - Wabash River Bridge (Knox County, Indiana)
Replaced 1897
Lost Post through truss bridge over Wabash River on Ohio & Mississippi Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

O&W Bridge (Scott County, Tennessee)
Built in the 1880s; Bridge relocated to this site in 1915 by the Nashville Bridge Co.; Used as a railroad bridge until 1954.
Whipple through truss bridge over Big South Fork Cumberland River on O & W Road
Open to vehicles, horses, and pedestrians

O'Neal Bridge (Colbert County, Alabama)
(Main design: Warren through truss)
Built 1939
Cantilevered Warren through truss bridge over Tennessee River on US 43 between Florence and Sheffield
Open to traffic

O'Neal Bridge (Boone County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1892; restored 2008-09
Pratt through truss over Big Eagle Creek on Holliday Drive off of US 421, north of Zionsville
Heavily damaged in farm equipment accident

O.K. Allen Bridge (Rapides Parish, Louisiana)
(Main design: K-Parker through truss)
Built 1936; Lost 2015
K-Parker through truss bridge over Red River on US 71
Replaced by new bridge; destroyed September 2015

Oak Creek Bridge (Adams County, Illinois)
Pony truss bridge over Oak Creek on TR 77, 2 mi. northwest of Marcelline
open to all traffic

Oak Creek Bridge (Smith County, Kansas)
Built ca. 1910
Pony truss bridge over Oak Creek, 5.0 mi. south and 1.0 mi. east of Bellaire
Open to traffic

Oak Creek Bridge (Smith County, Kansas)
Pony truss bridge over Oak Creek, 5.0 mi. north and 9.0 mi. east of Portis
Open to traffic

Oak Creek Bridge (Latimer County, Oklahoma)
Built 1934
Pony truss bridge over Oak Creek on N4461 in Red Oak
Open to traffic

Oak Creek Bridge (Noble County, Oklahoma)
Built ca. 1910
Pony truss bridge over Oak Creek on E0500
Open to traffic

Oak Creek Bridge (Runnels County, Texas)
Built 1930
Pony truss bridge over Oak Creek on CR 216
Open to traffic

Oak Creek Footbridge (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
Through truss bridge over Oak Creek on Pedestrian Walkway in Grant Park in South Milwaukee
Open to pedestrians

Oak Creek Trail - Oak Creek Bridge (Saunders County, Nebraska)
Built 1908, Abandoned 1993. Converted 1996.
Pratt through truss bridge over Oak Creek on Oak Creek Trail
Open to pedestrians

Oak Dale Branch Bridge (Shelby County, Missouri)
Built ca. 1910
Pony truss bridge over Oak Dale Branch on CR 371
Open to one-lane traffic

Oak Dale Road Bridge (Moniteau County, Missouri)
Built ca. 1930
Through truss bridge over Straight Fork on Oak Dale Road northwest of Latham
Open to one-lane traffic with a 15 ton weight limit

Oak Forest Bridge (Gonzales County, Texas)
Built 1913; Replacement bridge constructed in 2003 and main span relocated for a pedestrian trail over Kerr Creek in Gonzales
Reolcated through truss bridge. Formerly CR 143 bridge over the Guadalupe River.
Relocated from CR 143 over the Guadalupe River to a pedestrian trail over Kerr Creek in Gonzales

Oak Grove Bridge (Madison County, Missouri)
Built 1922; made obsolete by new bridge in 1972
Pony truss bridge over Barnes Creek on CR 504 (Old MO 72, formerly MO 70) west of Fredericktown
Open to traffic on a paved road

Oak Grove Road Bridge (Holmes County, Mississippi)
Built 1925
Pony truss bridge over a branch of Harland Creek on Oak Grove Road
Closed to all traffic

Oak Grove Road Bridge (Highland County, Ohio)
Built 1874 by the Wrought Iron Bridge Co.
Lost bowstring truss bridge over East Fork Little Miami River on Oak Grove Road (CR 42)
No longer exists. HAER documentation sometime after 1983, bridge removed after that.

Oak Grove Road Bridge (Clarke County, Mississippi)
Bypassed in 1986
Abandoned through truss bridge over Okatibbee Creek on CR 379 (Oak Grove Road)
Abandoned

Oak Hill Cemetery Bridge (Christian County, Illinois)
Built ca. 1910 by the Vincennes Bridge Company, replaced in 1987
Lost Through truss bridge over South Fork Sangamon River on Cemetary Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Oak Knoll Park Bridge (Stark County, Ohio)
Built 1859 by Joseph Davenport near Alliance; relocated to Massillon in 1899; rehabilitated 2010
Howe pony truss bridge on a footpath at Oak Knoll Park in Massillon
Open to pedestrians

Oak Orchard Creek Bridge (Orleans County, New York)
Built 1936; rehabilitated 1998
Through truss bridge over Oak Orchard Creek on NY 18
Open to traffic

Oak Ridge Bridge (Nelson County, Virginia)
Built 1882
Pratt through truss bridge over Norfolk Southern Railway on Wilson Road (Route 653)
Open to traffic

Oak Street Bridge (Clayton County, Iowa)
Built 1915
Pony truss bridge over Nagle Creek on Oak Street in Volga
Open to traffic

Oak Street Bridge (Sullivan County, New Hampshire)
Built 1937; rehabilitated 1971
Through truss bridge over Sugar River on Oak Street in Newport
Open to traffic

Oak Street Bridge (Hardin County, Iowa)
Built 1898, Replaced 1928
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Iowa River on Oak Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Oak Street Bridge (Old) (Orange County, New York)
Lost Pony truss bridge over Wallkill River on Oak Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Oak Street Bridge (Old) (Yellow Medicine County, Minnesota)
Built 1911; Replaced 1974
Camelback through truss bridge over Minnesota River
Replaced by a new bridge

Oak Street Overpass (Strafford County, New Hampshire)
Built 1890; Reconstructed 1928
Lost Bridge over Bmrr on Oak Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Oakachoy Covered Bridge 01-19-01x (Coosa County, Alabama)
Built 1916; Burnt down by vandals June 2, 2001
Lost Queenpost through truss bridge over Oakachoy Creek on Newman Road
Destroyed by fire

Oakalla Covered Bridge 14-67-10 (Putnam County, Indiana)
Built 1898
Covered bridge over Big Walnut Creek on CR 375W
Open to traffic

Oakdale Dam Bridge (Carroll County, Indiana)
Built 1888 by the Columbia Bridge Company, demolished in 1984
Lost Through truss bridge over Tippecanoe River on CR 725N
Demolished

Oakland Bridge (Douglas County, Oregon)
Built 1925
Deck truss bridge over Calapooya Creek on Shady Highway in Oakland
Open to traffic

Oakland Mills Bridge (Henry County, Iowa)
(Main design: Pratt through truss)
Built in 1876; converted to pedestrian bridge in the 1970s and became part of the state park
Pratt through truss bridge over Skunk River on Pedestrian trail (formerly county road) at Oakland Mills State Park
Open to pedestrians

Oakman Parrish Road Bridge (Walker County, Alabama)
Built 1920
Pratt through truss bridge over Lost Creek on Oakman Parrish Road
Closed to all traffic

Oakridge Park Bridge (Elkhart County, Indiana)
Built in 1928 on Wilden Ave in Goshen, one span relocated to Oakridge Park in 2002
Warren pony truss with alternating verticals bridge over Rock Run Creek on Maple City Greenway Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Oaks Creek Bridge (Otsego County, New York)
Built ca.1880 by the Wrought Iron Bridge Company
Through truss bridge over Oaks Creek on Lower Toddsville Road
Closed to all traffic

Oakville Bridge (Louisa County, Iowa)
Built 1895, Replaced 1947
Lost Camelback through truss bridge over Iowa River on Road
Replaced by new bridge

Oakwood Avenue (Shiawassee County, Michigan)
Whipple through truss bridge over Shiawassee River on Oakwood Avenue
Open to pedestrians only

Oatka Creek Bridge (Wyoming County, New York)
Built 1937; rehabilitated 1992
Pony truss bridge over Oatka Creek on NY 19
Open to traffic

Oatsville Road Bridge (Gibson County, Indiana)
Built 1925; replaced 1999
Lost through truss bridge over New Patoka River on Oatsville Road
Replaced by new bridge

Obed Bridge (Navajo County, Arizona)
Built 1912; rehabilitated 1978, replaced 2010
Lost Pratt pony truss bridge over Little Colorado River on Obed Road
Replaced by new bridge

Obion Creek Bridge (Hickman County, Kentucky)
Abandoned through truss bridge over Obion Creek on Old Road
destroyed

Obion Creek KY 58 Bridge (Hickman County, Kentucky)
Built 1928
Pony truss bridge over Obion Creek on KY 58
Open to traffic

Obion River Bridge (Dyer County, Tennessee)
Built 1948; rehabilitated 1993
Through truss bridge over Obion River on TN 104
Open to traffic

Obion River Bridge (Obion County, Tennessee)
Built 1928 and operated as toll bridge until 1939
Through truss bridge over Obion River on old TN 211 at Obion
Closed to all traffic about 1990

OC&E State Trail - USRS "A" Canal Bridge (Klamath County, Oregon)
Built 1898, 1917 Relocated to Klamath Falls
Pratt through truss bridge over USRS "A" Canal on Oregon, California & Eastern Railroad Trail
Open to pedestrians

Occoquan River Bridge (Prince William County, Virginia)
Parker through truss bridge over Occoquan River on Richmond, Fredericksburg and Potomac Railroad
Open to traffic

Ocean Aveue Bridge (Suffolk County, New York)
Lost Through truss bridge over Quogue Canal on Ocean Avenue
No longer exists

Ocean to Ocean Highway Bridge (Yuma County, Arizona)
Built 1914; rehabilitated 1943; rehabilitated again in 2002.
Through truss bridge over Colorado River on Penitentiary Avenue
Open to traffic

Ocheydan River Bridge (Clay County, Iowa)
(Main design: Warren pony truss with alternating verticals)
Built ca. 1900; Replaced 2015
Warren pony truss bridge over Ocheyedan River on 300th Street
Center pier between pony's - Cap rotted out - Closed after last inspection

Ocmulgee River Bridge (Pulaski County, Georgia)
Built in 1921
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Ocmulgee River on Route 341 Golden Isle Parkway
No longer exists

Oconaluftee River Bridge (Swain County, North Carolina)
Built 2005
Pony truss bridge over Oconaluftee River on Tow String Road
Open to traffic

Oconee River Bridge (Laurens County, Georgia)
(Main design: Pratt through truss)
Built 1923; Replaced 1952
Lost Pratt through truss swing bridge over Oconee River on Jackson Street
No longer exists

Oconee River Bridge (Montgomery County, Georgia)
(Main design: Through truss)
Built 1914; Destroyed by flooding 1925
Lost Through truss bridge over Oconee River on Route 280
Destroyed by flooding

Oconto River Bridge (Oconto County, Wisconsin)
Built 1938; rehabilitated 1983; replaced 2014
Lost Continuous pony truss bridge over Oconto River on WI 32
Replaced by a new bridge

Ocqueoc River Bridge (Presque Isle County, Michigan)
Built 1937; rehabilitated 1994
Deck truss bridge over Ocqueoc River on US 23
Open to traffic

OCSR - Nehalem River Bridge (Tillamook County, Oregon)
Originally built for the Central Pacific over the Truckee River at Verdi, California.
Through truss bridge over Nehalem River on Port of Tillamook Bay Railroad
Open

OCTL - Diverging Through Truss Bridge (Crawford County, Pennsylvania)
Lattice through truss bridge over French Creek on Oil Creek & Titusville Lines (Nee Erie Railway)


OCTL - French Creek Bridge (Crawford County, Pennsylvania)
Lattice through truss bridge over French Creek on Erie Railway
Open to traffic

OCTL - Oil Creek Bridge #4 (Venango County, Pennsylvania)
Warren through truss bridge over Oil Creek on Oil Creek & Titusville Lines
Open to traffic

Oden Bridge (Montgomery County, Arkansas)
Lost Through truss bridge over Ouachita River
Lost

Oelke Road Bridge (Monroe County, Michigan)
Built 1899
Pony truss bridge over North Macon Creek on Oelke Road
Closed to all traffic

Office Covered Bridge 37-20-39 (Lane County, Oregon)
Built 1945; rehabilitated 1993
Covered Howe through truss bridge over North Middle Fork Willamette River on CR 6129 in Westfir
Open to traffic

Offield Creek CR 325W Bridge (Montgomery County, Indiana)
Built 1915; replaced 1991
Lost through truss bridge over Offield Creek on County Road 325 West
Replaced by new bridge

Offield Creek CR 400W Bridge (Montgomery County, Indiana)
Built 1914; replaced 1999
Lost through truss bridge over Offield Creek on County Road 400 West
Replaced by new bridge

Offutt's Ford Covered Bridge 14-70-02 (Rush County, Indiana)
Built 1884 by Kennedy Bros.
Covered bridge over Little Blue River on Offutt Bridge Road
Open to traffic

Ogden Avenue Viaduct (Cook County, Illinois)
Built 1932; closed to traffic March 24, 1992; demolished 1993
Lost viaduct over Chicago River North Branch and city streets on Ogden Avenue
No longer exists

Ogden Slip Lake Shore Drive Bridge (Cook County, Illinois)
Built 1937, demolished 1982 and replaced with a fixed span
Through truss bascule bridge over Ogden Slip on Lake Shore Drive US 41
Replaced by a fixed span

Ogden Street Bridge (Older) (Marinette County, Wisconsin)
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Menominee River on Ogden Street /1 Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Ogeese Creek Bridge (Neosho County, Kansas)
Built 1905 by A.M. Blodgett, Kansas City, MO.
Lost pony truss bridge over a branch of Neosho River, 0.5 mi. west and 3.9 mi. south of Erie
Destroyed by severe storm.