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Truss

Newburg Mill Bridge (Mitchell County, Iowa)
Destryed by tornado in 1894
Lost Bowstring through truss bridge over Cedar River on Mill Road
Destroyed by severe weather

Newburg Road Bridge (Macon County, Illinois)
Built 1898
Lost through truss bridge over Friends Creek on Newburg Road (TR 23), 1.0 mi. east of Argenta
Replaced by new concrete bridge December 2008.

Newburgh-Beacon Bridge (Orange County, New York)
Built 1963, rehabilitated 1984. Second span built 1980;
Through truss bridge over Grand Avenue, Hudson River on Rte I84
Open to traffic

Newcastle Bridge (Young County, Texas)
Parker through truss bridge over Brazos River on Old Hwy 380
Bypassed and closed to traffic in 1988

Newcastle Bridge (McClain County, Oklahoma)
Built 1923, Lost to tornado 2013
Lost through truss bridge over S. Canadian River on old US 62/277
Two spans collapsed in May 20, 2013 tornado. Seven surviving spans were then demolished, and the remaining single span donated to Newcastle.

Newell Covered Bridge 45-12-10 (Washington County, Vermont)
Built 1872; rehabilitated 1979
Covered bridge over Cox Brook on Cox Brook Road (C2003) in Northfield Falls
Open to traffic

Newfield Covered Bridge 32-55-01 (Tompkins County, New York)
Built 1853; rehabilitated 1972
Town Lattice through truss with supplemental arches over West Branch Cayuga Inlet on Covered Bridge Street in Newfield Hamlet
Open to traffic

Newkirk Bridge (Cherokee County, Oklahoma)
Built 1949; Replaced 2016
Through truss bridge over Neosho River on OK 51
Replaced by a new bridge

Newkirk Road Bridge (Wayne County, Ohio)
Built 1910; rehabilitated 1963
Pony truss bridge over Melvin Richey Ditch on Newkirk Road (TR 104)
Open to traffic

Newkirk Viaduct 38-51-04x (Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1847; destroyed by fire 1863
Lost Through truss bridge over Schuylkill River on Road & railroad
Destroyed by fire & replaced

Newlan Bridge (Moultrie County, Illinois)
Built 1899; replaced 2001
Lost through truss bridge over West Okaw River on TR 33
Replaced by a new bridge

Newman Lateral CR 1200S Bridge (Gibson County, Indiana)
Built 1927
Lost pony truss bridge over Newman Lateral on Newman Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Newman Road - Pine River Bridge (St. Clair County, Michigan)
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Pine River Bridge on Newman Road
Replaced by a new bridge in 1978

Newport & Cincinnati Bridge (Hamilton County, Ohio)
Built 1872 superstructure replaced 1897
Lost Whipple through truss bridge over Ohio River on L&N Railroad
Superstructure replaced

Newport Bridge (Jackson County, Arkansas)
Built 1930
Cantilevered through truss bridge on AR 367 (formerly US 67) over White River at Newport
Open to two-lane traffic

Newport Covered Bridge 14-83-04 (Vermillion County, Indiana)
Built 1885, rehabilitated 1983
Covered bridge over Little Vermillion River on CR 50 North
Open to traffic

Newry Bridge (1885) (Jackson County, Indiana)
Built 1885 by the Indianapolis Bridge Company; Replaced 1923
Lost Baltimore through truss bridge over Vernon Fork Muscatatuck River on US 31
Replaced by a new bridge

Newsom's Mill Bridge (Davidson County, Tennessee)
Built 1904, replaced 1985
Lost Warren pony truss bridge over Harpeth River on Newsom Station Rd
Replaced by new bridge

Newsome Gap Road Bridge (Dade County, Georgia)
Lost truss bridge over Lookout Creek on old alignment of Newsome Gap Road
Replaced by new bridge in 1963, all that's left are abutments and columns

Newton Falls Cemetery Bridge (Trumbull County, Ohio)
Through truss bridge over Mahoning River on Cemetery trail.
Open to pedestrians only

Newton Falls Covered Bridge 35-78-01 (Trumbull County, Ohio)
Built ca. 1831; rehabilitated 2007
Covered bridge over East Branch Mahoning River on Arlington Street in Newton Falls
Open to traffic

Newton Falls Covered Bridge 35-78-01x (Trumbull County, Ohio)
Built 1856 demolished 1945
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Mahoning River
Lost

Newton Stewart Bridge (Orange County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1880 by the Wrought Iron Bridge Company
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Patoka River on Road
No longer exists

Newville Bridge (Dane County, Wisconsin)
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Rock River on WI 59
Replaced by a new bridge

Newville Covered Bridge 14-17-05x (De Kalb County, Indiana)
Built 1867 by William Valleau; destroyed ca. 1875.
Lost Haupt through truss bridge over St. Joseph River on Road
Destroyed by disaster

Newville Iron Bridge (De Kalb County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1875 to replace the Newville Covered Bridge; destroyed by flooding and ice in 1912.
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over St. Joseph's River
Destroyed by flood

Newville Road Overpass (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1900; rehabilitated 1960
Lost pony truss bridge over Amtrak on Newville Road
Replaced by a new bridge

NH - Apponaug Cove Bridge (Providence County, Rhode Island)
Through truss later replaced with steel beam
Through truss bridge over Apponaug Cove on NYNH&H Shore Line
Open to traffic

NH - Cape Cod Canal Bridge (Barnstable County, Massachusetts)
Built 1910; Replaced 1935
Lost Bridge over Cape Cod Canal on New York New Haven & Hartford Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

NH - Cape Cod Canal Bridge (Old) (Barnstable County, Massachusetts)
Replaced in 1910
Lost Pony truss bridge over Cape Cod Conal on New York New Haven & Hartford Railroad
No longer exists

NH - Croton River Bridge (Old) (Putnam County, New York)
Replaced 1905
Lost Deck truss bridge over Croton River on New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

NH - Devon Bridge (2nd) (New Haven County, Connecticut)
Built 1871; replaced 1884
Lost Whipple through truss bridge over Housatonic River on New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

NH - Farmington River Bridge (N) (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Built 1904
Lost Bridge over Farmington River on New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad
Removed after railroad line abandoned due to flood damage in 1955.

NH - Housatonic River Bridge (New Haven County, Connecticut)
Built 1905-6; abandoned & removed in 1948
Lost Double-intersection Warren deck truss bridge over Housatonic River on New Haven Railroad
Removed but not replaced

NH - India Point Bridge (Providence County, Rhode Island)
(Main design: Baltimore through truss)
Built 1903, abandoned 1974, movable span removed early 2000s
Lost Baltimore through truss bridge over Seekonk River on NYNH&H Fox Point Branch (abandoned)
Partially Demolished; 2 east pony trusses remain

NH - India Point Bridge (Old) (Providence County, Rhode Island)
Built 1867; replaced 1903
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Seekonk River on New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

NH - Lyman Viaduct (New London County, Connecticut)
Built 1871-73, buried by fill in 1912-13, railroad abandoned in 1965
Buried Deck truss bridge over Dickinson Creek on former New Haven, Middletown and Willimantic Railroad in Colchester
Filled in

NH - Mystic River Bridge (Older) (New London County, Connecticut)
Built 1905; Replaced 1919
Lost Through truss bridge over Mystic River on New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad in Mystic
Replaced by a new bridge

NH - Naugatuck River Bridge (Litchfield County, Connecticut)
Built 1888
Bridge over West Branch Naugatuck River on Naugatuck Railroad in Torrington
Replaced by a new bridge

NH - Niantic River Bridge (Old) (New London County, Connecticut)
Built 1891; Replaced 1907
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Niantic River on New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad in Niantic
Replaced by a new bridge

NH - Pequonnock River Bridge (Older) (Fairfield County, Connecticut)
Lost Pony truss bridge over Pequonnock River on New York New Haven Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

NH - Rapallo Viaduct (Middlesex County, Connecticut)
Built 1873, buried by fill in 1912-13, railroad abandoned in 1965
Buried Deck truss bridge over Flat Brook on former New Haven, Middletown and Willimantic Railroad
Filled in

NH - Sakonnet River Bridge (Newport County, Rhode Island)
Built 1899; Closed 1980 after being damaged by an overweight train; Hit by boat 1988; Demolished 2006-7
Abandoned pratt through truss bridge over Sakonnet River on New York New Haven & Hartford RR
Removed

NH - Seymour Covered Bridge (New Haven County, Connecticut)
(Main design: Howe through truss)
Built 1849 ; One span removed & replaced by a Keystone span 1879; Other span replaced ca. 1896
Lost Bridge over Naugatuck River on New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

NH - Shetucket River Bridge (1876) (New London County, Connecticut)
Completed January, 1876. Withstood freshet of February 13-14, 1886. Replaced 1900.
Lost Whipple through truss bridge over Shetucket River on Norwich & Worcester Railroad in Norwich
Replaced by a new steel bridge

NH - Triple Bridge (Suffolk County, Massachusetts)
Built 1899
Lost Warren through truss Scherzer rolling lift bascule bridge over Fort Point Channel on Railroad (Amtrak and MBTA)
Replaced by new bridge

NH - Two Mile Bridge (Litchfield County, Connecticut)
Removed with construction of Thomaston Dam
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Naugatuck River on New Haven RR
Replaced by a new bridge

NH - Warehouse Point Bridge (Old) (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Built 1865; Replaced 1903
Lattice deck truss bridge over Connecticut River on New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

NH - West Branch Farmington River Bridge (Litchfield County, Connecticut)
Destroyed by flooding 1955; line north of Collinsville shortly thereafter
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over West Branch Farmington River & US 44 on NH New Hartford Branch in New Hartford.
Destroyed by flooding

NH - West Glenham Bridge (Old) (Dutchess County, New York)
Built 1894; Replaced by current bridge
Lost Warren deck truss bridge over Fishkill Creek on ND&C Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

NH - Westfield River Bridge (Hampden County, Massachusetts)
Built 1899, abandoned 1921, lost 1940s
Lost Deck truss bridge over Westfield River on Central New England Railway
Removed but not replaced

NH - Woodlawn Junction Bridge (Bronx County, New York)
Built 1891
Lost Through truss bridge over Railroad on New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

NH - Woonsocket Covered Bridge (Providence County, Rhode Island)
(Main design: Howe through truss)
Built 1898; destroyed by flooding 1955
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Blackstone River on New Haven Railroad - Spur to Social Village
Destroyed by flooding

NHCR - Upper Ammonoosuc River Bridge (Coos County, New Hampshire)
Built in 1883 by Boston Bridge Works
Through truss bridge over Upper Ammonoosuc River on New Hampshire Central Railroad
Open to traffic

NHM&W - Rockfall Bridge (Middlesex County, Connecticut)
Replaced ca. 1898 by current bridge
Pratt deck truss bridge over Coginchaug River on New Haven, Middletown & Willimantic Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

Niagara River Tonawanda Island Railroad Bridge (Niagara County, New York)
Built 1886, abandoned 1996 after failed safety inspection
Abandoned swing through truss bridge over Little River on TIRLRR & Road
Derelict/abandoned

Niagara Street Bridge (Erie County, New York)
Built 1909
Through truss bridge over Ellicott Creek on Niagara Street in Tonawanda
Open to pedestrians

Niangua Bridge (Camden County, Missouri)
Built 1935-36; demolished in 2003
Lost deck truss bridge over Niangua Arm, Lake of the Ozarks, on MO 5/7 northwest of Camdenton
Replaced by modern bridge

Niangua River Old US 66 Bridge (Webster County, Missouri)
Built 1924 by contractor M.E. Gillioz
Pony truss bridge on Route CC (Old US 66) over East Fork Niangua River
Open to traffic

Niangua River Route K Bridge (Dallas County, Missouri)
Built ca. 1910; relocated here 1936; replaced 2011
Lost through truss bridge over Niangua River on Route K
Replaced by a new bridge

Niantic River Bridge (Old) (New London County, Connecticut)
(Main design: Warren through truss)
Lost Warren through truss bridge over Niantic River on Route 156 in Niantic
Replaced by a new bridge

Nice's Mill Bridge (Rutherford County, Tennessee)
Partial Collapse & Repair 1972; Closed 1977; Replaced 1978
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over West Fork Stones River on Sulphur Springs Road
Replaced by new bridge

Nichols Ford Bridge (St. Clair County, Missouri)
Built 1922 by the Pioneer Construction Co.
Lost through truss bridge over Sac River on SW 1050th Road, beyond the end of Route W
Replaced by new bridge

Nichols Ridge Road (Adams County, Ohio)
Built 1945; rehabilitated 2000
Pony truss bridge over Georges Creek on Nichols Ridge Road (CR 10H)
Open to traffic

Nichols Ridge Road Bridge (Adams County, Ohio)
Built 1931
Truss bridge over small creek near Nichols Ridge
Open to traffic, Weight Limit of 1 Ton posted

Nicholson Road Bridge (Denton County, Texas)
Built 1925
Pony truss bridge over Clear Creek on Nicholson Road in Denton
Replaced by a concrete bridge. The original structure was relocated to the City of Trenton.

Nickajack Bridge (Macon County, North Carolina)
Warren through truss bridge over Little Tennessee River on Little Tennessee River Greenway
Open to pedestrians only

Nickel Plate Trail - Wabash River Bridge (Miami County, Indiana)
one of the oldest rail lines in Indiana, this bridge was built by Nickel Plate Road(later Norfolk & Western, Norfolk Southern). Last used by Central Railroad of Indy, Now Railbanked and property of Indiana Trails Fund
Through truss bridge over Wabash River on abandoned Norfolk Southern Railway, soon Nickel Plate Trail in Peru
Open to pedestrians on Nickle Plate Trail

Nickel Plate-St. Mary's River Bridge (Northern) (Allen County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1895 by the Nickel Plate Railroad
Camelback through truss bridge over St Mary's River on Norfolk Southern Railway
Open to traffic

Nickel Plate-St. Mary's River Bridge (Southern) (Allen County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1895 by the Nickel Plate Railroad; removed sometime prior to 1981.
Lost Camelback through truss bridge over St Mary's River on Railroad
Removed but not replaced

Nickel Road Bridge (Clayton County, Iowa)
Built 1935; rehabilitated 1989
Pony truss bridge over Little Turkey River on Nickel Road
Open to traffic

Nickells Valley Road Bridge (Hickman County, Tennessee)
Bypassed by new bridge in 1962
Abandoned Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Duck River on Nickells Valley Rd
Abandoned

Nickelsen Creek Bridge #1 (Adams County, Indiana)
Unknown, likely moved from nearby location.
Pratt pony truss and deck plate girder bridge over Nickelsen Creek off of CR 550W
Open to traffic on a private lane

Nickelsen Creek Bridge #2 (Adams County, Indiana)
Unknown, but likely moved here from another location
Warren pony truss bridge over Nickelsen Creek off of CR 550W
Open to traffic on a private lane

Nickle Plate Bridge (Lorain County, Ohio)
Through truss bridge over Black River on he New York, Chicago & St. Louis Railroad


Niles Greenway - Mahoning River Bridge (Trumbull County, Ohio)
(Main design: Pratt through truss)
Bridge over Mahoning River on former Erie Railroad's Niles & Lisbon Branch
Open to traffic

Ninabuck Road Bridge (Dodge County, Wisconsin)
Built ca. 1907; Replaced 1996 Reused in 2006 at Astico County Park
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Crawfish River on Ninabuck Road in Town of Elba
Replaced by new bridge and reused in Astico County Park

Nine Bridge Road Bridge (Hall County, Nebraska)
Built 1924; rehabilitated 1971
Six-span pony truss bridge over South Channel Platte River on Nine Bridge Road, 1.8 mi. north of Doniphan
Open to traffic

Nine Mile Creek Bridge (Adair County, Iowa)
Built 1948
Pony truss bridge over Nine Mile Creek on Delta Avenue
Replaced by a new bridge

Nine Span Bridge (Lake County, Indiana)
Built 1935, rehabilitated in 1984, to be demolished 2013
Lost through truss bridge over Gibson Rail Yard on Indianapolis Blvd. in Hammond
Demolished and replaced.

Nineteenth Street Bridge (Denver County, Colorado)
Built 1888 by the Missouri Valley Bridge & Iron Works; rehabilitated 1965; closed to traffic 1986; new bridge built 1992
Two-span wrought-iron through truss bridge over South Platte River on 19th Street in Denver
Open to pedestrians only

Nineveh Bridge (Adair County, Missouri)
Built 1885; replaced 1989
Lost through truss bridge over Old Channel Chariton River on CR 175 east of Connelsville
Replaced by a concrete bridge

Nineveh Bridge (Middlesex County, Connecticut)
Lost Pony truss bridge over Hammonasset River on Branford Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Ninnescah River Bridge (Sedgwick County, Kansas)
Lost 2000
Lost pony truss bridge over Ninnescah River, 1.8 mi. west of Clearwater
Replaced by a new bridge

Ninnescah River Bridge (Sumner County, Kansas)
Built 1962
Through truss bridge over Ninnescah River, 2.0 mi. east and 3.8 mi. south of Belle Plaine
Open to traffic

Ninth Street Bridge (Lynchburg, Virginia)
Built 1817
Lost Through truss bridge over James River on Ninth Street
Destroyed by flood in 1870 and 1877

Ninth Street Swing Bridge (Will County, Illinois)
Lost Through truss bridge over Sanitary & Ship Canal on Old 9th Street
Replaced by a new bridge in 1972

Niobrara River Bridge (Sheridan County, Nebraska)
Built 1981
Pony truss bridge over Niobrara River on County Highway
Open to traffic

Niobrara Trail - Niobrara River Bridge (Knox County, Nebraska)
Built 1929 by the Chicago and North Western Railway, replacing a previous structure. Abandoned in the 1970s. Reopened to pedestrians.
Warren through truss bridge over Niobrara River on Niobrara Trail
Open to pedestrians

Nipmuck Trail Iron Bridge North (Tolland County, Connecticut)
Built 1914 by the American Bridge Co.; trusses relocated here 1997
Warren pony truss with alternating verticals bridge over Fenton River on Nipmuck Trail/Fenton River Trail in Mansfield
Open to pedestrians only

Nipmuck Trail Iron Bridge South (Tolland County, Connecticut)
Built 1901 by the Berlin Construction Co.; narrowed and relocated 1997
Warren pony truss with no verticals bridge over Fenton River on Nipmuck Trail/Fenton River Trail in Mansfield
Open to pedestrians only

NIR - Berrien Springs Bridge (Berrien County, Michigan)
Built 1906; Removed 1939
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over St. Joseph River on Southern Michigan Railway
Removed but not replaced, abutments still extant

Nishnabotna River Bridge (Audubon County, Iowa)
Built or relocated 1977
Pony truss bridge over Nishnabotna River on Lark Avenue
Open to traffic

Nishnabotna River Bridge (Audubon County, Iowa)
(Main design: Pratt through truss)
Built 1958
Through truss bridge over Nishnabotna River on 250 St
Open to traffic

Nishnabotna River Bridge (Audubon County, Iowa)
Built 1924
Pony truss bridge over Nishnabotna River on Mockingbrid Avenue
Derelict/abandoned

Nishnabotna River Bridge (Crawford County, Iowa)
Built 1945
Bowstring pony truss bridge over Nishnabotna Creek on 300th Street near Manilla
Open to traffic

Nishnabotna River Bridge (Mills County, Iowa)
Located southwest of Henderson in northwestern Mills County, this rigid-connected pony truss carries a paved county road (once a part of a state highway) over the Nishnabotna River. The bridge is comprised of two skewed trusses, each configured as a
Other deck truss bridge over West Nishnabotna River Bridge on County Road M-16/370th Street
Open to traffic

Nixon Bridge (Gallatin County, Montana)
Built 1891; Relocated here in 1923; rehabilitated 2000
Through truss bridge over Gallatin River on CR 216
Open to traffic

Nizina River Bridge (Valdez-Cordova Census Area, Alaska)
Abandoned pennsylvania through truss bridge over Nizina River on Nizina Road (Abandoned Section)
Abandoned

NJ 139 Bridge (Hudson County, New Jersey)
Built 1927
Deck truss bridge over Conrail Shared Assets on NJ 139 in Jersey City
Open to traffic