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Truss

Alloway Creek Bridge (Salem County, New Jersey)
(Main design: Through truss)
Built 1905, altered 1976, closed 1991
Swing bridge over Alloway Creek on CR 623
Closed to all traffic

Almonaster Avenue Bridge (Never Built) (Orleans Parish, Louisiana)
Planned, But Never Constructed
Warren through truss bridge over Industrial Canal on Almonaster Avenue/With Railroad
Never built

Altitude-Miller Road Bridge (Monroe County, Ohio)
Through truss bridge over Sunfish Creek on Altitude-Miller Road (CR 6)
Open to traffic

Alton Bridge (Madison County, Illinois)
Construction began in July 1927. Bridge opened in July 1928. Closed for major repairs in 1959 and 1975; permanently closed January 4, 1994; first span imploded August 11, 1994, other 6 spans imploded August-October 1994
Lost seven-span through truss bridge over the Mississippi River on US 67 at Alton
Replaced by the Clark Bridge

Alton Bridge (Crawford County, Indiana)
(Main design: Pratt through truss)
Through truss bridge over Little Blue River on CR 1 South in Alton
Open to one-lane traffic

Altona Bridge (De Kalb County, Indiana)
Warren pony truss bridge over CSX Transportation on CR 7
Removed but not replaced

Alum Creek Bridge (Morrow County, Ohio)
Replaced 1986
Lost Bowstring pony truss bridge over Alum Creek on CR 15
Replaced by new bridge

Alum Creek Bridge (Delaware County, Ohio)
Built 1915, Replaced 1999
Lost Pony truss bridge over Alum Creek on N. Galena Road
Replaced by new bridge

Alum Creek Bridge (Kanawha County, West Virginia)
(Main design: Through truss)
Built 1919
Lost Through truss bridge over Coal River on Childress Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Alum Creek CR 225 (W. Liberty E. Rd.) Bridge (Morrow County, Ohio)
Built 1876 by the Wrought Iron Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 1942
Through truss bridge over Alum Creek on CR 225 (W. Liberty E. Rd.)
Open to traffic

Alum Creek TR 161 (Phillips Rd.) Bridge (Morrow County, Ohio)
Built 1900; rehabilitated 1990
Pony truss bridge over Alum Creek on TR 161 (Phillips Rd.)
Replaced, but put in storage and marketed for reuse.

Alum Creek TR 21 (Prospect-Mt. Vernon Rd.) Bridge (Morrow County, Ohio)
Built 1900; rehabilitated 1974
Pony truss bridge over Alum Creek on TR 21 (Prospect-Mt. Vernon Rd.)
Replaced, but put in storage and marketed for reuse.

Alum Creek TR 222 (Green Rd.) Bridge (Morrow County, Ohio)
Built 1906 by the Capitol Construction Co. of Columbus, Oh.; rehabilitated 1989
Pony truss bridge over Alum Creek on TR 222 (Green Rd.)
Open to traffic

Alva Bridge (Old) (Lee County, Florida)
Lost Through truss bridge over Caloosahatchee River on Broadway Street
No longer exists replaced

Alvey Bridge (Daviess County, Kentucky)
Lost Pony truss bridge over Panther Creek on Alvey Bridge Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Alvord Road Bridge (Otsego County, New York)
Built 1924; replaced 2011
Lost through truss bridge over Delaware & Hudson Railroad on Alvord Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Alvord Warren Pony Truss (Wise County, Texas)
Warren pony truss with alternating verticals bridge over Unnamed Creek on Road
Open to traffic on private property

AM - Fort Smith Bridge (Sebastian County, Arkansas)
Originally built by the St. Louis-San Francisco Railroad, now used by the Arkansas & Missouri Railroad
Vertical-lift through truss bridge over the Arkansas River on the Arkansas & Missouri Railroad between Fort Smith and Van Buren in Van Buren
Open for traffic

AM - Frog Bayou Bridge (Mountainburg) (Crawford County, Arkansas)
Built in 1898, originally Frisco railroad, now Arkansas and Missouri
Through truss bridge over Frog Bayou on Arkansas and Missouri Railroad in Mountainburg
Open to traffic

Amarugia Road Bridge (Cass County, Missouri)
Built ca. 1940
Pony truss bridge over Black Creek on Amarugia Road
Open to traffic

Ambridge-Aliquippa Bridge (Beaver County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1927 by the Dravo Contracting and American Bridge Company.
Cantilevered through truss bridge over the Ohio River on PA 3052/11th Street in Ambridge
Open to traffic

Amelia Earhart Bridge (Atchison County, Kansas)
Built 1937-38; rehabilitated 1975; Demolished 2013
Through truss bridge over the Missouri River on US 59 at Atchison
Replaced by new bridge

American Legion Memorial Bridge (Sullivan County, Tennessee)
Authorized by the Tennessee Valley Authority, in cooperation with the Tennessee Highway Department, built in 1949-50 upon the impoundment of the South Holston Lake.
1 2-span Warren Riveted through truss bridge over Holston River, South Fork on U.S. 421 (State Highway 34)
Open to traffic

American Mill Bridge (Jasper County, Missouri)
Built 1886 by the Missouri Valley Bridge & Iron Co.; replaced 1985
Lost through truss bridge over Center Creek on CR 110 southeast of Carthage
Replaced by a modern bridge

American Railroad - Puente Caño de San Antonio (Añejo) (San Juan, Puerto Rico)
Built 1890; Replaced 1922
Lost Howe deck truss bridge over Caño de San Antonio on American Railroad Co. of Puerto Rico
Replaced by a new bridge

American Railroad - Puente de Cambalache (Arecibo, Puerto Rico)
Built 1893
Whipple through truss bridge over Río Grande de Arecibo on Compañía de los Ferrocarriles de Puerto Rico
Abandoned

American Railroad - Puente Quebrada Mala (Quebradillas, Puerto Rico)
Built ?; Replaced 1922
Lost Double-intersection Warren deck truss bridge over Quebrada Mala on American Railroad Co. of Puerto Rico
Replaced by a new bridge

American Railroad - Puente Río Tallaboa (Penuelas, Puerto Rico)
Lost Through truss bridge over Río Tallaboa on American Railroad Co. of Puerto Rico
Removed

American Railroad - Puente Río Yagüez (Mayaguez, Puerto Rico)
Lost Warren pony truss bridge over Río Yagüez on American Railroad Co. of Puerto Rico
Removed

American Railroad - Puente Río Yauco (Yauco, Puerto Rico)
Lost Whipple through truss bridge over Río Yauco on American Railroad Co. of Puerto Rico
Removed

American Railroad - Viaducto Río Guajataca (Isabela, Puerto Rico)
Built 1904
Lost Deck truss bridge over Río Guajataca on American Railroad Co. of Puerto Rico
Removed

American River H Street Bridge (Sacramento County, California)
Built 1932; rehabilitated 1992
Through truss bridge over American River on H Street in Sacramento
Open to traffic

Americus Bridge (Tippecanoe County, Indiana)
Built in 1893 by Lafayette Bridge Company; replaced in 1983
Lost Whipple through truss bridge over Wabash River on Grant Road
Replaced by new bridge

Ames Branch Bridge (Lafayette County, Wisconsin)
Built 1938; rehabilitated 1979; replaced in 2008
Lost through truss bridge over Ames Branch on WI 23
This bridge was replaced in 2008 by a pre-cast concrete girder structure with a poured concrete road deck.

Ammonoosuc Rail-Trail - Ammonoosuc River Bridge (Grafton County, New Hampshire)
Built by Boston & Maine RR; line taken over by New Hampshire & Vermont RR, bridge abandoned 1997
Skewed Baltimore through truss bridge over Ammonoosuc River on Ammonoosuc Rail-Trail (Former Railroad)
Open to pedestrians only

Ammonoosuc Rail-Trail - Amonoosuc River Bridge (Littleton, E) (Grafton County, New Hampshire)
Built by Boston & Maine RR; line taken over by New Hampshire & Vermont RR, bridge abandoned ca. 1997
Pin connected Pratt through truss bridge over Ammonoosuc River on former Boston & Maine Railroad
Open to pedestrians only

Ammonoosuc Rail-Trail - Amonoosuc River Bridge (Littleton, Middle) (Grafton County, New Hampshire)
Built 1924 by Boston Bridge Works; Line Abandoned 1997
Baltimore through truss bridge over Ammonoosuc River on Ammonoosuc Rail-Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Ammonoosuc Rail-Trail - Amonoosuc River Bridge (Littleton, W) (Grafton County, New Hampshire)
Built 1911 by Boston Bridge Works; Line abandoned 1997
Warren through truss bridge over Amonoosuc River on Amonoosuc Rail Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Ammonoosuc River Bridge (Grafton County, New Hampshire)
Built 1928 by the American Bridge Company; rehabilitated 1998
Through truss bridge over Ammonoosuc River on NH 142 in Bethlehem
Open to traffic

Amnicon Falls Bridge 49-16-a (Douglas County, Wisconsin)
Built ca. 1900 by Charles Horton, moved to Amnicon Fall State Park in 1930 and roof added in 1939.
Bowstring pony truss bridge over Amnicon River on Amnicon Falls State Park Trail
Open to pedestrians

Amory Road Bridge (Old) (Monroe County, Mississippi)
Parker through truss bridge over Tombigbee River
No longer exists

Amoskeag Bridge (Hillsborough County, New Hampshire)
Built 1825
Lost Lattice through truss bridge over Merrimack River on Bridge Street
Destroyed by flooding

Amoskeag Company Bridge (Hillsborough County, New Hampshire)
Lost Bridges over Merrimack River on the current alignment of Foundry Street


Amoskeag Falls Bridge 29-06-20x (Hillsborough County, New Hampshire)
Built 1854
Burr long Through truss bridge over Merrimack River
Collapsed

Amsterdam Bridge (4th) (Montgomery County, New York)
Built 1876; One Post truss span washed away by flooding 1913; Replacement timber trestle span washed away 1914; Replaced 1916
Lost Post through truss bridge over Mohawk River on Road
Destroyed by flooding

AMTK - Canal Street Lift Bridge (Cook County, Illinois)
Built 1915
Pratt through truss bridge over South Branch of Chicago River on Amtrak
Open to traffic

Amtrak - Bronx Kill Bridge (New York County, New York)
Through truss bridge over Bronx Kill on Amtrak
Open to traffic

Amtrak - Bronx River Bascules (Bronx County, New York)
Built 1908
Warren through truss bridge over Bronx River on Amtrak RR (6 tracks)
Open to traffic

Amtrak - Dock Bridge (Essex County, New Jersey)
Built 1935
Warren through truss with all verticals bridge over Passaic River on Amtrak (formerly Pennsylvania RR)
Open to traffic

Amtrak - Groton Bridge (New London County, Connecticut)
(Main design: Warren through truss)
Built 1919 by the American Bridge Co. as a bascule bridge; draw span replaced by vertical lift in 2008
Vertical-lift through truss bridge over Thames River on Northeast Corridor (Amtrak)
Open to traffic

Amtrak - Hutchinson River Bridge (Bronx County, New York)
Buit 1908
Warren through truss bridge over Hutchinson River on Amtrak RR (2 tracks)
Open to traffic

Amtrak - Mystic River Bridge (New London County, Connecticut)
Built 1982
Warren through truss bridge over Mystic River on Amtrak
Open to traffic

Amtrak - Mystic River Bridge (Old) (New London County, Connecticut)
Built 1919, replaced 1984
Through truss bridge over Mystic River on New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad
Superstructure replaced

Amtrak - Old Saybrook-Old Lyme Bridge (Middlesex County, Connecticut)
Built 1907
Warren through truss bridge over Connecticut River on (Amtrak, Shore Line East)
Open to traffic

Amtrak - Pawcatuck River Bridge #1 (New London County, Connecticut)
Built 1909; moved 100' upriver 1912
Double-intersection Warren deck truss bridge over Pawcatuck River on Amtrak Northeast Corridor
Open to traffic

Amtrak - Pawcatuck River Bridge #3 (Washington County, Rhode Island)
Built 1905
Pratt pony truss bridge over Pawcatuck River on Amtrak Northeast Corridor
Open to railroad traffic

Amtrak - Pawcatuck River Bridge #4 (Washington County, Rhode Island)
Built 1905
Pratt pony truss bridge over Pawcatuck River on Amtrak Northeast Corridor
Open to traffic

Amtrak - Pawtuxet River Bridge (Kent County, Rhode Island)
Built 1906
Through truss over the Pawtuxet River on Amtrak between Cranston and Warwick
Open to railroad traffic

Amtrak - Portal Bridge (Hudson County, New Jersey)
Built 1905-1910
Through truss swing bridge over Hackensack River on Northeast Corridor (Amtrak)
Open to traffic; owned by Amtrak, which also receives lease payments from New Jersey Transit

Amtrak - Shaw's Cove Bridge (New London County, Connecticut)
Built 1984
Through truss bridge over Shaw Cove/Coits Cove on Amtrak
Open to traffic

Amtrak - Shaw's Cove Bridge (Old) (New London County, Connecticut)
Built 1913, replaced 1984
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Shaw Cove/Coits Cove on New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad
Superstructure replaced

Amtrak - Spuyten Duyvil Bridge (New York County, New York)
Built 1900
Baltimore through truss bridge swing bridge over Spuyten Duyvil Creek on Amtrak Empire Corridor
Under reconstruction

Amtrak - St. Joseph River Bridge (Berrien County, Michigan)
Built 1899
Deck truss bridge over St. Joseph River on Amtrak in Niles
Open to traffic

Amtrak - Susquehanna River Bridge (Harford County, Maryland)
(Main design: Pratt through truss)
Built 1904-06
Through and deck truss bridge with swing spans over Susquehanna River on Amtrak between Harvre de Grace and Perryville
Open to rail traffic

Amtrak - Warehouse Point Bridge (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Built 1903
Deck girder bridge over Connecticut River on Amtrak Springfield Line
Open to traffic

Amtrak pipeline Bridge (Dauphin County, Pennsylvania)
Pratt through truss bridge over Amtrak on Pipeline
Open

Amtrak/NECR Overpass (New London County, Connecticut)
Likely built 1919 in conjunction with neighboring Thames River bridge
Warren through truss with all verticals bridge over New England Central Railroad on Amtrak Northeast Corridor
Open to traffic

AN - Apalachicola River Bridge (Franklin County, Florida)
(Main design: Parker through truss)
Built 1906
Parker through truss bridge over Apalachicola River on Apalachicola Northern RR
Open to traffic

Anacostia River Bridge (Old) (Washington, District of Columbia)
Built 1875; Rails added 1876; Replaced 1908
Lost Pratt Through truss bridge over Anacostia River in 11th Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Anamosa Bridge (Jones County, Iowa)
Built 1887; Replaced 1929; Closed to vehicular traffic 1955; Restored 1975; Damaged by flooding in 2008 and closed to all traffic; Reopened after repairs, ca 2011-2012
Pratt through truss bridge over Wapsipinicon River on Pedestrian Walkway in Anamosa
Open to Pedestrian Traffic

Anceney Bridge (Gallatin County, Montana)
Warren pony truss bridge over Gallatin River on Access Road
Open to traffic

Anchor River Bridge (Kenai Peninsula Borough, Alaska)
Built 1949
Through truss bridge over Anchor River on Old Sterling Highway in Anchor Point
Open to traffic

Anchor Thread Bridge (Burlington County, New Jersey)
Built 1882; Replaced 1981
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Crosswicks Creek on Groveville Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Anderson / Rismiller Bridge (Ralls County, Missouri)
Built 1911 by Stupp Brothers, Rehabilitated 2011, carelessly tossed into a nearby field in 2016
Through truss bridge over Spencer Creek on Brush Creek Road west of Frankford
Removed and dumped nearby

Anderson Bridge (Lyon County, Iowa)
Built 1900
Through truss bridge over Rock River on 250th Street north of Doon
Open to traffic

Anderson Creek Bridge (Muskogee County, Oklahoma)
Built 1911
Pony truss bridge over Anderson Creek on E0990 Rd.
Replaced by a new bridge

Anderson Farm Covered Bridge 38-01-05 (Adams County, Pennsylvania)
Burr arch-truss bridge
Open to private traffic only

Anderson Hill Road Bridge (Adams County, Ohio)
Built 1921; off-site rehabilitation by U.S. Bridge in 2007
Pony truss bridge over Mill Creek on Anderson Hill Road (TR 157)
Open to traffic

Anderson River Bridge (Perry County, Indiana)
Built 1924; rehabilitated 1977; replaced 1999
Lost through truss bridge over Anderson River on IN 62
Replaced by new bridge

Anderson River Bridge (Spencer County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1930; replaced 1999
Lost pony truss bridge over Anderson River on 1950 N
Replaced by new bridge

Anderson River North County Line Road (Perry County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1910
Lost Warren pony truss bridge over Anderson River on North County Line Road, Siberia Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Anderson River Sinai Road (Perry County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1893; Replaced 1989
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Anderson River on Sinai Road, CR 158
Replaced by a new bridge

Anderson River Taylor Hollow Road (Dubois County, Indiana)
Built ca. 12990; Replaced 1986
Lost Pratt pony truss bridge over Anderson River on Taylor Hollow Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Andrew County Road 164 Bridge (Andrew County, Missouri)
Built ca. 1940
Pony truss bridge over a branch of 102 River on CR 164
Open to traffic

Andrew Swanson Bridge (Knox County, Illinois)
Built 1909
Lost Pony truss bridge
No longer exists

Andrews Street Bridge (Old) (Monroe County, New York)
Replaced 1895
Lost Bowstring through truss bridge over Genessee River on Andrews Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Androscoggin River Bridge (Oxford County, Maine)
Built 1955; Replaced 2015
Through truss bridge over Androscoggin River on ME 232 in Rumford
Replaced by a new bridge

Angelica Creek Bridge (Allegany County, New York)
Built 1930
Through truss bridge over Angelica Creek on CR 43
Replaced by a new bridge

Angelica Creek Bridge (Allegany County, New York)
Built 1931; rehabilitated 1974; Replaced 2003
Warren deck truss bridge over Angelica Creek on County Route 16
Replaced by a new bridge

Angels Footbridge (Calaveras County, California)
Originally built during 1890s, washed out during flood 1909; Rebuilt 1916, Condemned 1966, Restored 1996
Miller & Borcherding pony truss bridge over Angels Creek on Walkway
Open to pedestrians only

Animas River Bridge (San Juan County, New Mexico)
(Main design: Parker through truss)
Built 1929
Through truss bridge over Animas River on Business NM 516 in Aztec
Open to traffic

Animas River Footbridge (La Plata County, Colorado)
Abandoned pony truss bridge over Animas River on Abandoned Trail?
Abandoned and partially collapsed

Animas River-Old Cedar Hill Bridge (San Juan County, New Mexico)
Through truss bridge over Animas River at Cedar Hill
Intact but closed to all traffic

Ann Street Bridge (Kent County, Michigan)
Built 1908
Parker through truss bridge over Grand River on Ann Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Anna Farms Bridge (Collin County, Texas)
Warren pony truss bridge over unnamed creek on road
Open to traffic

Anna Hunt Marsh Bridge (Cheshire County, New Hampshire)
Built 1920 by American Bridge Co.; Rehabilitated 1988
Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Connecticut River on NH 119 in Hinsdale
Open to traffic

Annapolis Road Bridge (Sonoma County, California)
Built 1920; rehabilitated 1971
Parker Through truss bridge over Gualala River (Clark Xing) on Annapolis Road
Open to traffic

Anne Pedestrian Bridge (Ward County, North Dakota)
Warren through truss footbridge over Mouse River and Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway on a pedestrian trail in Minot
Open to pedestrians

Antelope Creek Bridge (Graham County, Kansas)
Built ca. 1910
Pony truss bridge over Antelope Creek, 1.1 mi. north and 2.3 mi. west of Morland
Open to traffic

Antelope Creek Covered Bridge 37-15-02 (Jackson County, Oregon)
Built 1922, Relocated 1987
Queenpost through truss bridge over Little Butte Creek on Pedestrian Path in Eagle Point
Open to pedestrians