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Truss

Six Mile Creek Bridge (Rush County, Indiana)
Built ca.1900; replaced in 1991
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Six Mile Creek on CR 1100N
Replaced by new bridge

Six Mile Creek Bridge (Rush County, Indiana)
Built in 1894 by the Toledo Bridge Company; replaced in 1989
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Six Mile Creek on CR 800N
Replaced by new bridge

Six Mile Creek Bridge (Logan County, Arkansas)
Replaced 1978
Lost Pony truss bridge over Six Mile Creek on County Rd D 65 (Carbon City Rd)


Six Mile Creek Bridge CR 51 W (Clay County, Indiana)
Built c. 1900
Bedstead Pratt pony truss bridge over Branch Six Mile Creek
Removed but not replaced

Six Mile Creek CR 400S Bridge (Jennings County, Indiana)
Built 1905; replaced 1998
Lost pony truss bridge over Six Mile Creek on CR 400 S
Replaced by new bridge

Six Mile Creek Road Bridge (Shiawassee County, Michigan)
Built 1886
Through truss bridge over Shiawassee River on Six Mile Creek Road
Closed to all traffic

Six Mile Creek- CR 900E Bridge (Northern one) (Hancock County, Indiana)
Built ca.1905; replaced in 1991
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Six Mile Creek on CR 900E
Replaced by new bridge

Six Mile Creek-CR 900E Bridge (Southern one) (Hancock County, Indiana)
Built ca.1900; replaced in 1991
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Six Mile Creek on CR 900E
Replaced by new bridge

Sixes Bridge Road Bridge (Frederick County, Maryland)
Built 1910; rehabilitated 1995
Two-span through truss bridge over Monocacy River on Sixes Bridge Road
Open to traffic

Sixmile Creek CR 500E Bridge (Wells County, Indiana)
Lost pony truss bridge over Sixmile Creek on CR 500E
Replaced by new bridge

Sixmile Creek-CR 325N Bridge (Hancock County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1900
Lost Pratt pony truss bridge over Sixmile Creek on County Road 325 East
Replaced by a new bridge

Sixth Street Bridge (Greene County, Arkansas)
Built 1934; rehabilitated 1995; removed sometime after 1997
Lost pony truss bridge over Eight Mile Creek on North Sixth Street in Paragould
No longer exists

Sixth Street Bridge (Spalding County, Georgia)
Built 1912; rehabilitated 1958
Through truss bridge over the Norfolk Southern Railroad on Sixth Street in Griffin
In storage or disassembled

Sixth Street Bridge (Kent County, Michigan)
Built 1886 by the Massillon Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 1978
Through truss bridge over Grand River on Sixth Street in Grand Rapids
Open to traffic

Sixth Street Bridge (Indiana County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1934
Pony truss bridge over Two Lick Creek on PA 403 in Clymer
Open to traffic

Sixth Street Bridge (Lynchburg, Virginia)
Built 1871-72; roadway deck removed in 1944
Baltimore deck truss bridge over Blackwater Creek on Sixth Street
Unknown status: Probably lost

Sixth Street Bridge (San Francisco County, California)
Built in 1891, Removed in 1965
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Mission Creek (China Basin) on Sixth Street
No longer exists

Sixth Street Bridge (Cass County, Indiana)
Lost through truss bridge over Eel River on Sixth Street in Logansport
Replaced by new bridge

Sixth Street Viaduct (Des Moines County, Iowa)
Built 1886; Enhanced 1903; Replaced 1993
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Over BNSF Railroad & Valley Street on 6th Street in Burlington
Replaced by new bridge

SJVR - Kings River Bridge (Fresno County, California)
Warren Deck truss railroad bridge
Open to traffic

Skaggs Bridge (Pulaski County, Missouri)
Replaced by the Pikes Peak Bridge in 1932
Lost multi-span through truss bridge over Gasconade River between Crocker and Waynesville
Replaced by new bridge

Skagit River Bridge (Skagit County, Washington)
Built 1959
Through truss bridge over Skagit River on WA 9
Open to traffic

Skagit River Bridge (Old) (Skagit County, Washington)
Built 19XX; Replaced 1959
Lost Warren through truss bridge over Skagit River on WA 9
Replaced by a new bridge

Skalak Road Bridge (Austin County, Texas)
Built 1905; Relocated
Pony truss bridge over West Mill Creek on Skalak Road
Relocated to Clark Park in Bellville

Skalall Creek Bridge (Tulsa County, Oklahoma)
Built ca. 1910
Pony truss bridge over Skalall Creek on 176th St. N. (E0420) in Skiatook
Replaced by a new bridge

Skeleton Creek Bridge (Logan County, Oklahoma)
Built 1927
Through truss bridge over Skeleton Creek on US 77 in Guthrie
Replaced in 2008 by a new bridge.

Skelton Creek Bridge (Gibson County, Indiana)
Built 1925; replaced 1993
Lost pony truss bridge over Skelton Creek on Bill Dyall Road(CR 225S)
Replaced by new bridge

Ski Bowl Road Bridge (Greene County, New York)
Built 1935; rehabilitated 1962
Through truss bridge over Schoharie Creek on Ski Bowl Road in Hunter
Open to pedestrians only

Skillet Fork Bridge (Marion County, Illinois)
Built 1946
Through truss bridge over Skillet Fork Creek on IL 161, 1 mi. west of Helm
Reopened to traffic, September 3, 2010, after repairs.

Skillet Fork Bridge (Marion County, Illinois)
Built 1915
Through truss bridge over Skillet Fork on CH 30 (Kell Road)
Open to traffic

Skinners Falls Bridge (Wayne County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1902 by the American Bridge Co.
Through truss bridge over Delaware River on Skinners Falls Road (PA 1002)
Intact but closed to all traffic

SKOL - Arkansas River Bridge (Oxford) (Sumner County, Kansas)
Built 1902, Destroyed by flooding ca. 2009
Pratt through truss bridge over Arkansas River on former SKOL Railroad, ex-ATSF
Destroyed by flooding

SKOL - Big Hill Creek Bridge (Montgomery County, Kansas)
Built 1925 Using a Relocated Truss
Pratt through truss bridge over Big Hill Creek on South Kansas and Oklahoma Railroad.
Open to railroad traffic

SKOL - Fall River Bridge (Wilson County, Kansas)
Built 1905 for the St. Louis-San Francisco Railway
Pratt Through truss bridge over Fall River on Abandoned South Kansas & Oklahoma Railroad


SKOL - Fall River Bridge (Fredonia) (Wilson County, Kansas)
Built 1900
Pratt Through truss bridge over Fall River on South Kansas & Oklahoma Railroad in Fredonia
Open to traffic

SKOL - Neosho River Bridge (Chanute) (Neosho County, Kansas)
Built 1898
Pratt Through truss bridge over Neosho River on South Kansas & Oklahoma Railroad
Open to traffic

SKOL - Neosho River Bridge (Oswego) (Cherokee County, Kansas)
Built 1905, West Approach Rebuilt 1962
Baltimore through truss bridge over Neosho River on South Kansas and Oklahoma Railroad
Open to traffic

SKOL - Verdigris River Bridge (Benedict) (Wilson County, Kansas)
Built 1900
Pratt Through truss bridge over Verdigris River on Abandoned South Kansas & Oklahoma Railroad
Intact but closed to all traffic

SKOL - Verdigris River Bridge (Independence) (Montgomery County, Kansas)
Built 1902
Through truss bridge over Verdigris River on South Kansas & Oklahoma Railroad
Open to traffic

SKOL - Verdigris River Bridge (Neodesha) (Wilson County, Kansas)
Built 1905
Pratt Through truss bridge over Verdigris River on South Kansas & Oklahoma Railroad
Open to traffic

SKOL - Walnut River Bridge (Cowley County, Kansas)
Built 1903, Approach Rebuilt 1925
Pratt through truss bridge over Walnut River on South Kansas & Oklahoma Railroad
Open to traffic

Skookumchuck River Bridge (Lewis County, Washington)
Built 1928
Through truss bridge over Skookumchuck River on WA 507 in Centralia
Open to traffic

Skull Creek Bridge (Payne County, Oklahoma)
Built 1922
Pony truss bridge over Skull Creek on N3520 Norfolk in Cushing
Open to traffic

Skull Fork Covered Bridge 35-34-19 (Harrison County, Ohio)
Unknown
Covered Bridge over Skull Fork Creek on TR123 (Covered Bridge Rd.)
Bypassed by a new bridge

Skunk Hollow Road Bridge (Logan County, Illinois)
Built 1904
Through truss bridge over Kickapoo Creek on Skunk Hollow Road
Open to traffic

Skunk River Bowstring (Keokuk County, Iowa)
Lost Bowstring pony truss bridge over Skunk River on Fairfield, Keota, & Cedar Rapids Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Skunk River Bridge (Story County, Iowa)
(Main design: Warren through truss)
Built 1876; moved here 1916; rehabilitated 1974; abandoned 1990
Warren through truss bridge over Skunk River on (Vacated) 255th Street in Ames
Abandoned

Skunk River Bridge (Des Moines County, Iowa)
Built 1888; Removed ?
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Skunk River on Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Slade's Ferry Bridge (Bristol County, Massachusetts)
(Main design: Pony/through plate girder)
Built 1875; Swing span struck 1932 by a tanker and replaced with a bascule; Replaced 1970
Lost double-decker truss bridge over Taunton River on Remington Avenue
Removed

Slagle Creek Bridge (Bollinger County, Missouri)
Built ca. 1925 by Miller & Borcherding Bridge Builders of St. Louis
Pony truss bridge over Slagle Creek on CR 714
Open to traffic

Slash Creek Bridge (Shelby County, Indiana)
Built ca.1900
Pony truss bridge over Slash Creek on vacated section of CR 900S (Walnut St.)
In use on private lane

Slate Bank Ford Bridge (Lewis County, Missouri)
Built 1901-02 by the James B. Diver Bridge Co.
Lost through truss bridge over Middle Fabius River on CR 391 (107th Avenue)
Bridge has been removed

Slate Covered Bridge 29-03-06 (Cheshire County, New Hampshire)
Built 1862; destroyed by arson March 8, 1993; reconstructed 2001
Reconstructed covered bridge over Ashuelot River on Westport Village Road in Swanzey
Open to traffic

Slate Creek Bridge (Summit County, Colorado)
Built 1924 rehabiliated 1951
Pony truss bridge over Blue River on Slate Creek Road (CR 1450)
Open to traffic

Slate Creek Bridge (Idaho County, Idaho)
Built 1932
Pony truss bridge over Slate Creek on CR 95
Open to traffic

Slateford Road Bridge (Old) (Northampton County, Pennsylvania)
Lost Pony truss bridge over Slateford Creek on Slateford Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Slater Cotton Mill Bridge (New London County, Connecticut)
Built c. 1890; removed late 1980's
Lost Lenticular pony truss bridge over Mill Tailrace on Access Road; now named Wedgewood Drive
Removed but not replaced

Slates Mill Bridge (Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1885 by the King Iron Bridge Co.
Through truss bridge over South Branch Tunkhannock Creek on TR 439 at Lackawanna State Park
Removed but not replaced

Slaughterhouse Covered Bridge 45-12-09 (Washington County, Vermont)
Built 1872
Covered bridge over Dog River on Slaughterhouse Road (C3014) in Northfield
Open to traffic

Slay Bridge (Clarke County, Mississippi)
Bypassed by a new bridge in 1975
Abandoned pratt pony truss bridge over Bucatunna Creek on former CR 670 (Linton Rd)
Abandoned

Slayden Bridge (Gonzales County, Texas)
Built 1907
Through truss bridge over San Marcos River on CR 232
Open to traffic

Slayton Settlement Road Bridge (Niagara County, New York)
Built 1911; rehabilitated 1993
Through truss bridge over Erie Canal on Slayton Settlement Road
Open to traffic

Slickaway Run Bridge (Clermont County, Ohio)
Warren pony truss bridge over Slickaway Run on No Data
Open to traffic

Sligo Bridge (De Kalb County, Tennessee)
Original Camelback bridge spans replaced and elevated with Parker spans in 1948 when river was impounded. Bridge was replaced in 2015.
Five-span Parker through truss bridge over Caney Fork on US 70
Demolished and replaced.

Slippery Rock Crossing (Belknap County, New Hampshire)
Modern wooden Warren through truss with no verticals covered bridge over Tioga River on Pedestrian path
Open to pedestrians only

Sloan Bridge (Whitfield County, Georgia)
Built 1912, abandoned late 1970's when the road was closed
Abandoned camelback through truss bridge over Conasauga River on Tilton Rd (Sloan Bridge Rd)
Abandoned on private property with missing deck

Sloan Covered Bridge 35-68-10x (Preble County, Ohio)
Built 1891; Removed from SR-726 over Bantas Fork in 1958 and moved to this location; Now a storage shed
Relocated covered bridge originally over Bantas Fork on SR726
In storage or disassembled

Sloat Poplar Valley Road Bridge (Plumas County, California)
(Main design: Deck plate girder)
Built 1959, replaced unknown year.
Deck plate girder bridge over Middle Fork Feather River on Sloat-Poplar Valley Road
Replaced by Bailey truss bridge

Slough Bridge (Muscatine County, Iowa)
Lost Queenpost pony truss bridge over Muscatine Slough
No longer exists

Slough Creek Bridge (Jefferson County, Kansas)
Built 1923
Pony truss bridge over Slough Creek on McCall Drive, 1.9 mi. north of Oskaloosa
Open to traffic

Slough Creek Bridge (Dyer County, Tennessee)
Built 1950
Lost pony truss bridge over Slough Creek on Jackson Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Slough Creek CR 480W Bridge (Jasper County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1910
Lost Pratt pony truss bridge over Slough Creek on County Road 480 West
Replaced by a new bridge

Slough Creek CR 650W Bridge (Jasper County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1920; replaced 1993
Lost pony truss bridge over Slough Creek on County Road 650 West
Replaced by new bridge

Slough Creek CR 800S Bridge (Jasper County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1905
Lost Warren pony truss bridge over Slough Creek on County Road 800 South
Replaced by a culvert

Slover Bridge (Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma)
Built ca. 1935 and later relocated here
Through truss bridge over North Canadian River on Clearpond Road in Shawnee.
Closed to traffic after failing an inspection in May 2009

SLR - Little Androscoggin River Bridge (Hotel Road) (Androscoggin County, Maine)
Warren through truss with all verticals bridge over Little Androscoggin River on St. Lawrence and Atlantic Railroad Company
Open to traffic

SLR - Little Androscoggin River Bridge (Mechanic Falls) (Androscoggin County, Maine)
Pratt deck truss bridge over LITTLE ANDROSCOGGIN RIVER on St. Lawrence and Atlantic Railroad Company
Open to traffic

SLR - Royal River Bridge (Cumberland County, Maine)
Through truss bridge over Royal River on Railroad (SLR)
Open to traffic

SLR - South Paris Bridge (Oxford County, Maine)
Built 1912
Warren deck truss bridge over Little Androscoggin River on St. Lawrence and Atlantic Railroad
Open to traffic

SLS&E - Skagit River Bridge (Skagit County, Washington)
Built 1890 replaced
Howe through truss bridge over Skagit River on Seattle Lakeshore & Eastern Railroad
No longer exists

SLS&E High Bridge (Spokane County, Washington)
Built in 1888 during construction of the SLS&E RR. Used by Great Northern 1892-1902.
Bridge over Spokane River on Seattle, Lake Shore & Eastern Railroad
Removed but not replaced

SLWC - Deep Fork Bridge (Lincoln County, Oklahoma)
Built 1946
Through truss bridge over Deep Fork on Railroad
Open to traffic

SLWC - Polecat Creek Bridge (Creek County, Oklahoma)
Built 1946
Railroad through truss bridge over Polecat Creek on Stillwater Central Railroad
Open to traffic

Sly Fork CR 400S Bridge (Madison County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1915
Lost Warren pony truss bridge over Sly Fork of Fall Creek on County Road 400 South
Replaced by a new bridge

Sly Park Dam Pedestrian Bridge (El Dorado County, California)
Warren pony truss with all verticals bridge over Sly Park Dam Spillway on Pedestrian Walkway
Open to pedestrians only

Smackover Creek AR 7 Bridge (Union County, Arkansas)
Replaced 1990
Lost pony truss bridge over Smackover Creek on AR 7 (northbound)
Replaced by a new bridge

Small Creek Bridge (Greene County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1919; rehabilitated ca. 1970
Pony truss bridge over Small Creek on TR 332
Open to traffic

Small Engine Rail Bridge (Clay County, Illinois)
Wooden Baltimore deck truss bridge over Creek on Railroad
Open to traffic

Smalling Bridge (Carter County, Tennessee)
Built 1941
Pratt through truss bridge over Watauga River on Smalling Road
Open to traffic, one-lane bridge

Smalls Creek Bridge CR N 650 NE (Knox County, Indiana)
Built 1905; replaced 1997
Lost pony truss bridge over Smalls Creek on CR N 650 NE
Replaced by new bridge

SMART - Haystack's Landing Bridge (New) (Sonoma County, California)
Built 2015
Warren through truss bridge over Petaluma River on Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit
Open to traffic

Smart Ditch Bridge (Jackson County, Indiana)
Built 1908; replaced 1992
Lost pony truss bridge over Smart Ditch on IN 39
Replaced by new bridge

Smart Ditch CR 600E Bridge (Jackson County, Indiana)
Pratt through truss bridge over Smart Ditch on County Road 600 East
Closed

Smart Ditch CR 700E Bridge (Jackson County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1900
Lost Pratt pony truss bridge over Smart Ditch on County Road 700 East
Replaced by a new bridge

Smart Ditch SR 39 Bridge (Jackson County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1900
Lost Pratt pony truss bridge over Smart Ditch on State Road 39
Replaced by a new bridge

Smiley Bayou Bridge (Yell County, Arkansas)
Built 1924 by the International Steel & Iron Co.
Abandoned through truss bridge over Smiley Bayou on CR 54
Abandoned

Smith Avenue High Bridge (Old) (Ramsey County, Minnesota)
Built 1887-89, five spans damaged by tornado in 1904, rebuilt in 1905, one northern span rehabilitated in 1933-34, closed to traffic in 1984, replaced in 1985
Lost deck truss bridge over Mississippi River and Canadian Pacific Railway on MN 149 at St. Paul
Replaced by new bridge

Smith Branch MO 161 Bridge (Montgomery County, Missouri)
Built 1934
Pony truss bridge over Smith Branch on MO 161
Open to traffic

Smith Bridge (Will County, Illinois)
Built 1957 as part of US 66; rehabilitated 1979, 1997, and 2014.
Pair of cantilevered through truss bridges over Des Plaines River on I-55 southwest of Joliet in Channahon
Open to four lanes of traffic

Smith Bridge (Aroostook County, Maine)
Replaced 1994
Lost Warren pony truss bridge over Meduxnekeag River (N Br) on Lowery Road
Replaced by new bridge