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Truss

GMRC - Power Dam Canal Bridge (Windham County, Vermont)
Warren through truss bridge over Power Dam Canal on Railroad (GMCR & NECR)
Open to traffic

GMRC - Williams River Bridge No. 112 (Windham County, Vermont)
Built 1902
Baltimore through truss bridge over Williams River on Green Mountain Railroad
Open to traffic

GN - Great Falls Bridge (Old) (Cascade County, Montana)
Lost Through truss bridge over Missouri River on Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

GN - Harpole Covered Bridge 47-38-01 (Whitman County, Washington)
Built 1922, Truss housed 1928, Converted to vehicle usage 1967
Housed Howe through truss covered bridge over Palouse River on Abandoned of the Great Northern Railway
Open to traffic

GN - Sioux Falls Bridge (Minnehaha County, South Dakota)
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Big Sioux River on Great Northern Railway
Replaced by a new bridge

GN - Snohomish River Bridge (Snohomish County, Washington)
Built 1893; Replaced 1910
Bridge over Snohomish River on Great Northern Railway
Replaced by a new bridge

GNRR - Cartecay River Bridge (Gilmer County, Georgia)
Rail bridge on original Atlanta-Knoxville mainline of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad.
5 panel, pin connected, Pratt through truss bridge over Cartecay River on Georgia Northeastern Railroad in Ellijay
Open to traffic

GNRR - Little River Bridge (Cherokee County, Georgia)
Deck truss bridge over Little River on Georgia Northeastern Railroad
Still good. Last painted in 10-23-1957

GNRR - Toccoa River Bridge (Fannin County, Georgia)
Built 1926, carried the L&N Railroad, later acquired by CSX, sold by CSX to GNRR in the late 1980's
Pratt through truss bridge over CR 96 (River Road) & the Toccoa River on GNRR Railroad in McCaysville
Open to traffic

Goat Island Driveway Bridge (Alamance County, North Carolina)
(Main design: Warren pony truss)
Abandoned warren pony truss bridge over Haw River (West Channel) on Driveway
Abandoned

Goddard Covered Bridge 17-35-06 (Fleming County, Kentucky)
Goddard Covered Bridge is the only Town Lattice Truss Covered Bridge in KY. Original building date unknown but design patented in 1820. Bridge placed on National Register of Historic Places in 1975. Bridge restored in 2006.
Covered bridge over Sand Lick Creek on KY 3110
Open to traffic

Godwin-King Covered Bridge 01-63-02x (Tuscaloosa County, Alabama)
Built 1834; Burned by Union Army April 5, 1865
Lost Through truss bridge over Black Warrior River on Greensboro Avenue
Destroyed by fire

Goethals Bridge (Richmond County, New York)
Opened to traffic June 29, 1928. Closed to traffic June 9, 2017 as replacement opened.
Cantilevered through truss bridge over Arthur Kill on I-278 in New York City
Closed, in process of demolition June 2017

Gold Brook Covered Bridge 45-08-12 (Lamoille County, Vermont)
Built 1844; rehabilitated 1979
Covered Howe Truss bridge over Gold Brook on C3052 in Stowe
Open to traffic

Gold Star Memorial Bridge (New London County, Connecticut)
Built 1943; twin span built 1973
Pair of deck truss bridges over Thames River on I-95/US 1 in New London
Open to traffic

Gold Star Memorial Bridge (New London County, Connecticut)
Replaced 1943
Lost Through truss bridge over Thames River, Railroad, & Local Roads on Interstate-95
Replaced by new bridge

Golden Hill Road Bridge (Berkshire County, Massachusetts)
Built 1885; rehabilitated 1970
Lenticular pony truss bridge formerly over Housatonic River on Golden Hill Road
In storage and awaiting reconstruction at University of Massachusetts-Amherst

Goldsberry Creek CR 825W Bridge (Boone County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1920; replaced 2001
Lost pony truss bridge over Goldsberry Creek on CR 825 W
Replaced by new bridge

Goldsberry Creek CR 950W Bridge (Boone County, Indiana)
Lost pony truss bridge over Goldsberry Creek on CR 950 West
Replaced by a new bridge

Golf Course Road Bridge (Oneida County, New York)
Built ca.1885 and possibly relocated in 1910; rehabilitated 1959
Through truss bridge over Mohawk River on Golf Course Road in Rome
Open to traffic

Gomer Road Bridge (Allen County, Ohio)
Built 1951
Pony truss bridge over Pike Run Gomer Rd 20 on Gomer Road
Open to traffic

Good Hope Road Bridge (Live Oak County, Texas)
(Main design: Polygonal Warren pony truss with alternating verticals)
Built 1910; rehabilitated 1991
Pony truss bridge over Atascosa River on Good Hope Road
Open to traffic but load zoned.

Goodman Bridge (Nacogdoches County, Texas)
Built 1929
Pony truss bridge over Angelina River on CR 789
Replaced, awaiting restoration and reassembly at park

Goodpasture Covered Bridge 37-20-10 (Lane County, Oregon)
Built 1938
Covered Howe through truss bridge over Mckenzie River on Goodpasture Road
Open to traffic

Goodrich Bridge (Ogemaw County, Michigan)
Pony truss bridge over a tributary of East Branch Tittabawassee River next to Greenwood Road (CH F18)
Open to pedestrians only

Goodwater Creek CR 233 Bridge (Audrain County, Missouri)
Built 1924 on a state highway, later relocated here
Pony truss bridge over Goodwater Creek on CR 233
Open to traffic

Goodwin Road Bridge (Ionia County, Michigan)
Built 1909 by the Riverside Bridge Company of Martin's Ferry, Ohio
Through truss bridge over Grand River on Goodwin Road
Closed to all traffic

Goodwin Road Bridge (Chelan County, Washington)
Built 1929
Deck truss bridge over Wenatchee River on Goodwin Road
Open to traffic

Goolsby Creek Bridge (Richardson County, Nebraska)
Built 1915
Through truss bridge over Goolsby Creek on CR 714
Open to traffic

Goolsby Creek Bridge (Richardson County, Nebraska)
Built 1935; rehabilitated 1954
Pony truss bridge over Goolsby Creek on CR 710
Open to traffic

Goose Creek Bridge (Caldwell County, Missouri)
Built ca. 1930; replaced 2007
Lost pony truss bridge over Goose Creek on John Deere Road
Replaced by new bridge

Goose Creek Bridge (Gibson County, Indiana)
Built 1912; replaced 1993
Lost pony truss bridge over Goose Creek on CR 400E(Thompson Road)
Replaced by new bridge

Goose Creek Bridge (Loudoun County, Virginia)
Built 1932
Warren pony truss bridge over Goose Creek on Golf Club Road (Old VA 7 Alignment)
Open to pedestrians

Gooseberry Falls State Park (Hwy. 61) Bridge (Lake County, Minnesota)
Built 1922; rehabilitated 1937 and 1941
Lost Deck truss bridge over Gooseberry River on MN Hwy. 61
Replaced by new bridge

Goosecreek Road Bridge (Vinton County, Ohio)
Pony truss bridge over Middle Fork Salt Creek on Goosecreek Road
Open to traffic

Gooseneck Bridge (Newton County, Indiana)
Built 1879
Lost Whipple through truss bridge over Iroquois River on CR 300 W
Removed but not replaced

Gootch's Mill Bridge (Cooper County, Missouri)
Built 1907 over Lamine River by Kansas City Bridge Co.; one span relocated here in 1938
Lost through truss bridge over Petite Saline Creek at the end of Route V, southeast of Boonville
Replaced by a new bridge

Gopher Hill Road Bridge (Plumas County, California)
Built 1969
Pony truss bridge over Spanish Creek on Gopher Hill Ldfl R
Open to traffic

Gordon Bridge (Butler County, Kansas)
Built in 1885 by the Kansas City Bridge & Iron Co. immediately before they built the nearby Bois d'arc Bridge. Bypassed by new bridge in 1985
Abandoned through truss bridge over Walnut River on SW 163rd, west of Gordon
Abandoned with deck removed

Gordon Bridge (Shelby County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1880
Lost Bowstring through truss bridge over Big Blue River on Old Marion Road (Now Morristown Rd.)
Replaced by a new bridge

Gorge Dam Powerhouse Bridge (Whatcom County, Washington)
Pratt through truss bridge over Skagit River on Gorge Dam Access Road
Open to private traffic

Gorham Covered Bridge 45-11-04 (Rutland County, Vermont)
Built in 1842 by Abraham Owen and Nicholas Powers; completely rebuilt in 2004
Covered Town Lattice through truss bridge over Otter Creek on C3006 in Proctor
Open to traffic

Goshen Land Company Bridge (Rockbridge County, Virginia)
Built 1890, Rehabilitated 2001-02
Two-span Pratt through truss bridge over Calfpasture River on Route 746 in Goshen
Open to traffic

Goshen Road Rest Area bridge (Jefferson County, Illinois)
Built 1991
Modern pratt pony truss bridge over Drainage Ditch on Pedestrian Walkway behind Goshen Road Rest Area building off westbound I-64
Open to pedestrians

Gospel Ridge Road Bridge (Schuyler County, Missouri)
Built 1909 by the Illinois Steel Bridge Co.; relocated here ca. 1932
Pratt through truss bridge over Chariton River on Gospel Ridge Road in Lancaster
Closed to all traffic

Gospel Street Bridge (Orange County, Indiana)
Built 1880 by the Cleveland Bridge and Iron Company.
Through truss bridge over Lick Creek on Gospel Street in Paoli
Under repair and restoration as of January, 2017

Gospel Street Pedestrian Bridge (Orange County, Indiana)
Believed was built in the 1930's
Bowstring pony truss bridge over Lick Creek on Walkway in Paoli
Open to pedestrians

Gosport Covered Bridge 14-53-14x (Owen County, Indiana)
Built 1870, west span replaced in 1885, closed to traffic on December 14, 1949, destroyed by fire on October 28, 1955
Lost Through truss bridge over East Fork White River on N. Moon Road at Gosport
Destroyed by fire

Gottlieb Brown Covered Bridge 38-47-01 / 38-49-11 (Montour County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1881 by George W. Keefer
Covered bridge over Chillesquaque Creek on Bridge Road (TR 594), east of Milton
Open to traffic

Gould Bridge (Kingfisher County, Oklahoma)
Built 1918
Through truss bridge over Cimarron River on N2935
Closed to all traffic

Gould Farm Bridge (Caldwell County, Missouri)
Built 1885 by the Cleveland Bridge Co.; replaced 1990
Lost through truss bridge over Shoal Creek on Gould Farm Road northeast of Kingston
Replaced by concrete bridge

Goulds Ridge Road Bridge (Penobscot County, Maine)
Built 1938
Warren pony truss bridge over Passadumkeag River on Goulds Ridge Road in Passadumkeag
Open to traffic

Gourd Neck Road Bridge (Hot Spring County, Arkansas)
Built ca. 1920; rebuilt 2000
Rebuilt pony truss bridge over Cove Creek on Gourd Neck Road (CR 77)
Open to traffic

Government Bridge (Scott County, Iowa)
Built 1872, Replaced 1895
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Mississippi River on Railroad and Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Government Bridge (Natrona County, Wyoming)
Warren through truss bridge over North Platte River on an old alignment of WY 220
Open to pedestrians only

Governor Kirker Covered Bridge 35-01-10 (Adams County, Ohio)
Built 1890, don't know the date of bypass.
Covered bridge over Eagle Creek, East Fork in Liberty
Open only to pedestrians. below average condition

Governor's Bridge (Prince George's County, Maryland)
Built 1912
Through truss bridge over Patuxent River on Governor Bridge Road in Bowie
Open to one-lane traffic

Gower Road Bridge (Branch County, Michigan)
Built 1900
Pony truss bridge over Coldwater River on Gower Road
Closed to all traffic

GR&I - St. Mary's River bridge (Adams County, Indiana)
Part of the Grand Rapids and Indiana Railroad "Fishing Line" from Cincinatti to Northern Michigan in conjunction with the Pere Marquette Railroad, later part of the Pennsylvania Railroad empire. Formerly used to get from Ft. Wayne to Decatur.
Pratt through truss bridge over St. Mary's River on Chicago Fort Wayne and Eastern Railroad via lease from CSX Transportation(nee Conrail, Penn Central, Pennsylvania Railroad, Grand Rapids and Indiana Railroad)
Replaced, dismantled and saved for possible reuse.

GR&I - Wabash River Bridge (Adams County, Indiana)
Part of the Grand Rapids and Indiana Railroad "Fishing Line" from Cincinatti to Northern Michigan in conjunction with the Pere Marquette Railroad, later part of the Pennsylvania Railroad empire.
Abandoned through truss bridge over Wabash River on former Penn Central (ex- Grand Rapids and Indiana Railroad, Pennsylvania Railroad) Not included in Conrail system after Penn Central failure. in Ceylon, between Geneva and Berne.
Abandoned, South span removed, North one remains. Original South span damaged in derailment and replaced. After abandonment, newer South span removed and reused in unknown location.

Grafton Bridge (Taylor County, West Virginia)
Lost Through truss bridge over Tygart Valley River on Highway 119
Replaced by a new bridge

Graham Church Bridge (Jennings County, Indiana)
(Main design: Pratt through truss)
Built in 1906 by the Pan American Bridge Company of New Castle, IN; replaced in 1986.
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Graham Creek on County Road 600 East
Replaced by a new bridge

Graham Creek Branch-Base Road Bridge (Jennings County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1890
Lost Warren pony truss bridge over Branch of Graham Creek on Base Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Graham Creek IN 3 Bridge (Jennings County, Indiana)
Built 1933; rehabilitated 1979
Through truss bridge over Graham Creek on IN 3
Replaced by a new bridge

Graham Mill Covered Bridge 25-59-01x (Livingston County, Missouri)
Built 1866; replaced in the 1940's
Lost covered bridge northwest of Chillicothe
No longer exists

Graham Road Bridge (Knox County, Ohio)
Pony truss bridge over Dry Creek on Graham Road (TR 122)
Open to traffic

Graham Road Covered Bridge 35-04-13 (Ashtabula County, Ohio)
Built 1867 over East Fork Ashtabula River; relocated to dry land in 1972
Covered bridge over dry ground on Graham Road, northwest of Pierpont
Open to pedestrians only

Grand Avenue Bridge (Cook County, Illinois)
Built 1913; rehabilitated 1974
Bascule bridge over North Branch Chicago River on Grand Avenue in Chicago
Open to traffic

Grand Avenue Bridge (Old) (Cook County, Illinois)
Built in 1869 Replaced in 1910
Lost Howe through truss bridge over North Branch Chicago River on Grand Avenue
Replaced by a new bridge

Grand Avenue Bridge (Older) (Polk County, Iowa)
Replaced 1918
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Des Moines River on Grand Avenue
Replaced by a new bridge

Grand Avenue Viaduct (Cook County, Illinois)
Built 1888; Removed 1975
Lost Double-intersection Warren through truss bridge over Railroad Tracks on Grand Avenue
Removed but not replaced

Grand Avenue-Killbuck Creek Bridge (Madison County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1920; rehabilitated 1985
Lost Pony truss bridge over Killbuck Creek on Grand Avenue in Anderson
Replaced by a concrete span

Grand Glaize Bridge (Camden County, Missouri)
Construction started March 1930 and finished January 1931 in conjunction with the creation of Lake of the Ozarks. New parallel bridge (now carrying westbound traffic) completed in 1984; eastbound bridge finished 1995.
Lost deck truss bridge over the Grand Glaize Arm, Lake of the Ozarks, on US 54 between Laguna Beach and Osage Beach
Replaced by a new bridge

Grand Junction State Bridge (Mesa County, Colorado)
Built 1886; replaced by the Fifth Street Bridge in 1933
Lost through truss bridge over Colorado River on Fifth Street at Grand Junction
Replaced by new bridge

Grand Ridge Road Bridge (Grundy County, Illinois)
Built ca. 1910; rehabilitated 1965
Closed pony truss bridge over West Fork Mazon River on Grand Ridge Road (TR 109B), .49 mi. east of Tynan Rd
Closed to traffic

Grand River Bridge (Adair County, Iowa)
Built 1939
Through truss bridge over Grand River on 250th Street
Open to traffic

Grand River Bridge (Union County, Iowa)
Built ca. 1890
Through truss bridge over Grand River on 230th Street
Closed

Grand River Bridge (Grundy County, Missouri)
Lost through truss bridge over Grand River somewhere near Trenton
No longer exists

Grand River Bridge (Mayes County, Oklahoma)
Built ca. 1940
Pony truss bridge over Grand River on OK 82 in Spavinaw
Replaced by a new bridge

Grand River Bridge (Muskogee County, Oklahoma)
Built 1926
Through truss bridge over Grand River on 5172C in Fort Gibson
Open to traffic

Grand River Bridge (Madison County, Iowa)
Built 1894; replaced 1992
Lost pony truss bridge over Grand River on Bittersweet Avenue
Replaced by new bridge

Grand River Bridge (Daviess County, Missouri)
Built 1883 by the Kansas City Bridge & Iron Co.; closed to traffic in the 1990s. Road originally called number 5 and ran between Pattonsburg and Santa Rosa Missouri. Highway 69, built in 1932 paralleled this road and bridge just 1 mile east
Whipple through truss bridge over Grand River on 137th Street
Abandoned with deck partially missing

Grand River Bridge (Ashtabula County, Ohio)
Pony truss bridge over Grand River on New Hudson Road
Open to traffic

Grand River Bridge (Ottawa County, Michigan)
(Main design: Through truss)
Built 1916
Lost Through truss bridge over Grand River on 68th Avenue
Replaced by a new bridge

Grand River Bridge (Ionia County, Michigan)
(Main design: Bowstring through truss)
Lost Bowstring through truss bridge over Grand River on North Bridge Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Grand River Bridge (Old) (Ottawa County, Michigan)
Lost Through truss bridge over Grand River on US Highway 31
Replaced by a new bridge

Grand River Bridge Lyons (Old) (Ionia County, Michigan)
Lost Through truss bridge over Grand River on Bridge Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Grand View Bridge (Owyhee County, Idaho)
Built 1921; Replaced 1970
Lost Parker through truss bridge over Snake River on Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Grange City Covered Bridge 17-35-05 (Fleming County, Kentucky)
Built sometime between 1865-70. Placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.
Multiple Kingpost through truss bridge over Fox Creek on KY 111
Open to pedestrians

Granger Hill Road Bridge (Muskingum County, Ohio)
Modern pony truss bridge over Moxahala Creek on Road in South Zanesville
Open to traffic

Granite Avenue Bridge (Daviess County, Missouri)
Built ca. 1910, probably by the Dildine Bridge Co.
Through truss bridge over Big Creek on Granite Avenue (CR 359)
Open to traffic

Granite Bridge (Chaffee County, Colorado)
Built 1911
Pony truss bridge over Arkansas River at Granite on CR 397 just off US 24
Open to traffic with a 15 ton weight limit

Granite Road-Rondout Creek (Old) (Ulster County, New York)
Lost Through truss bridge over Rondout Creek on Granite Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Granite Street Bridge (Washington County, Vermont)
Built 1902; rehabilitated 1992; Rehabilitated 2014
Baltimore through truss bridge over Winooski River on Granite Street in Montpelier
Open to traffic

Granite Street Bridge (1851-1896) (Hillsborough County, New Hampshire)
Lost Covered deck truss bridge over Merrimack River on Granite St
Replaced by a new bridge

Granite Street Bridge (1896-1954) (Hillsborough County, New Hampshire)
Built 1896
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Merrimack River on Granit St
Replaced by a new bridge

Grant Avenue Bridge (Benton County, Washington)
Built 1911; replaced 1986
Lost through truss bridge over Yakima River on Grant Avenue in Prosser
Replaced by new bridge

Grant Avenue Howe Bridge (Geary County, Kansas)
Howe through truss bridge over Republican River on Grant Avenue


Grant Avenue Truss Bridge (Geary County, Kansas)
Built 1884; Destroyed 1915
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Republican River on Grant Avenue
Destroyed by flooding

Grant Creek Bridge (Chautauqua County, Kansas)
Built ca. 1930
Pony truss bridge over Grant Creek on a local road, 0.5 mi. south and 1.0 mi. east of Layton
Intact but closed to all traffic