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"Flying" Bridge (Chickasaw County, Iowa)
Built 1876 in Otterville, IA. Moved to Fredericksburg, IA in 1998.
Pratt through truss bridge over East Wapsipinicon River on Robert Mattke Park Trail
Open to pedestrians

1st Avenue Bridge (Old) (Linn County, Iowa)
Built 1885 ; replaced 1920
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Cedar River on 1st Avenue
Replaced by a new bridge

3rd Avenue Bridge (Original) (Linn County, Iowa)
Built 1872, Replaced 1911
Lost Bowstring through truss bridge over Cedar River on 3rd Avenue
Replaced by a new bridge

Abandoned CNW - Fox River Bridge (Kane County, Illinois)
Built 1879
Abandoned lattice through truss bridge over Fox River in Carpentersville on C&NW RR
Abandoned

Aiken Street Bridge (Middlesex County, Massachusetts)
Built 1883 by the Berlin Iron Bridge Co.; Rehabilitated 1998
Five-span lenticular through truss bridge over Merrimack River on Aiken Street in Lowell
Open to traffic

Air Line Railroad Bridge (Middlesex County, Connecticut)
Built 1872; Destroyed by Steamboat collision 1876; Replaced 1886
Lost Quadrangular lattice through truss bridge over Connecticut River on New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

Aldrich Change Bridge (Wayne County, New York)
Built 1858 to span the Erie Canal at Rochester; relocated 1880 to Palmyra; sold to farmer and relocated to cross Ganargua Creek; collapsed 1996; relocated and restored in Palmyra 2002-03
Parker pony truss bridge relocated and preserved at Aqueduct Park in Palmyra
Open to pedestrians

Ashland Road Bridge (Boone County, Missouri)
Built 1888 by H.W. Sebestian & Co.
Pratt through truss bridge over Hinkson Creek on Ashland Road in Columbia
Open to pedestrians

Assabet River Rail Trail - Assabet River Bridge (Middlesex County, Massachusetts)
Built 1887
Deck plate girder bridge over Assabet River on Assabet River Rail Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Assaria Smoky Hill River Bridge (Saline County, Kansas)
Built ca. 1900
Abandoned Pratt through truss bridge over Smoky Hill River
Abandoned

Atherton Bridge (Worcester County, Massachusetts)
Built 1870 by J.H. Cofrode & Co.; closed to traffic in 1975
Iron pony truss bridge over South Branch Nashua River on Bolton Road
Open to pedestrians

Augusta Vicinity Whitewater River Bridge (Butler County, Kansas)
Built in 1886 by P.E. Lane
Abandoned Pratt through truss bridge over Whitewater River on SW 90th St (Abandoned)
Abandoned

Austin Bridge (Neosho County, Kansas)
Built 1872 near Chanute by the King Iron Bridge Co. Moved downstream ca. 1910. Relocated to Santa Fe Park in Chanute, Kansas.
Relocated Bowstring through truss bridge over Little Turkey Creek
Open to pedestrians

B&A - Spencer Wire Spur Bridge (Worcester County, Massachusetts)
Built 1880s, relocated here ca. 1911
Abandoned double-intersection Warren pony truss bridge over Middle River on Spencer Wire Co. Railroad Spur
Derelict/abandoned

B&A - Springfield Bridge (Hampden County, Massachusetts)
Built 1873
Lost lattice through truss bridge over Connecticut River on Boston & Albany Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

B&A - Webster Branch Bridge (Worcester County, Massachusetts)
Built 1888, rebuilt 1916 and 1936, abandoned 1958
Abandoned lattice through truss bridge over French River and P&W Norwich Branch on B&A Webster Branch (abandoned)
Derelict/abandoned

B&O - Monogahela River Fink Truss Bridge (Marion County, West Virginia)
Fink iron bridge built here 1852; Destroyed by the CSA 1863; Replaced by indentical structure 1865; Replaced 1887
Lost Fink through truss bridge over Monongahela River on the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

B&O - Patterson Bollman Bridge (Howard County, Maryland)
Built 1869 atop washed-out ruins of Patterson Viaduct, replaced 1902-03 by line realignment
Lost Bollman through truss bridge over Patapsco River on Former Baltimore & Ohio Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

Bancroft Falls Bridge (Old) (Franklin County, Vermont)
Built 1888 by the Berlin Iron Bridge Co.; destroyed by the Great Flood of 1927
Lost Wire suspension bridge over Missisquoi River on Unknown Dirt road
Destroyed by flooding

Bardwell's Ferry Bridge (Franklin County, Massachusetts)
Built 1882 by the Berlin Iron Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 1995
Pin-connected Lenticular through truss bridge over Deerfield River on Bardwell's Ferry Road in Conway
Open to traffic

Bear Tavern Bridge (Mercer County, New Jersey)
Built 1882 by the King Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 1950; closed to traffic Sept. 2009
Through truss bridge over Jacobs Creek on Bear Tavern Road (CR 579)
New bridge open; Truss stored

Bennett Road Bridge (Morrow County, Ohio)
Built 1887 by the Mt. Vernon Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 1969
Through truss bridge over Whetstone Creek on TR 129 (Bennett Road)
Closed to traffic following damage from an excessive load

Bentonsport Bridge (Van Buren County, Iowa)
Built 1882, removed from vehicular service 1985
Through truss bridge over Des Moines River on trail
Open to pedestrians

Bevington Bridge (Madison County, Iowa)
Built 1884; replaced 1992
Lost pratt through truss bridge over Middle River on Waren Street in Bevington
Replaced by a new bridge

Bieneman Bridge (Racine County, Wisconsin)
Built 1877; Purchased by Bieneman Family 1922 and moved; Oldest known through truss in Wisconsin
Through truss bridge over Honey Creek on Private Driveway in Burlington
Privately Owned Driveway

Big Elm Creek Bridge (Falls County, Texas)
Built likely in the 1870s.
Bowstring pony truss bridge over Big Elm Creek on CR 179
Open to traffic

Big Jim Bridge (Marion County, Indiana)
Originally built in 1873 in Montgomery County, moved to Marion County
Bowstring pony truss bridge over Central Canal on trail behind Indianapolis Museum of Art in Indianapolis
Renovated and reopened for pederstrians

Black Vermillion River Bridge (Marshall County, Kansas)
Abandoned pratt through truss bridge over Black Vermillion River on Wildcat Road (Abandoned)
Derelict/abandoned

Blackstone River Bikeway - Blackstone River Bridge (Worcester County, Massachusetts)
Built 1887; relocated to this site 2001
Pin connected Lenticular pony truss bridge over Blackstone River on Blackstone River Bikeway
Open to pedestrians only

Blackstone River Bikeway - Worcester Flood Diversion Channel Bridge (Worcester County, Massachusetts)
Relocated circa 2001
Double-intersection Warren pony truss bridge over Worcester Flood Diversion Channel on Blackstone River Bikeway
Open to pedestrians only

BM - Marlborough Trestle (Cheshire County, New Hampshire)
Built 1884
Lost Warren deck truss with alternating verticals bridge over Minnewawa Brook Tributary on B&M Keene Branch
Removed but not replaced

Boat Yard Ford Bridge (Saline County, Missouri)
Built 1888 by the Kansas City Bridge & Iron Co.
Lost wrought iron through truss bridge over Blackwater River on CR 220 near Nelson
Lost

Bobtown Bridge (Webster County, Iowa)
Built 1876; Replaced 1919
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Des Moines River on Hawkeye Avenue
Replaced by a new bridge

Bois D'Arc Bridge (Butler County, Kansas)
Built 1885
Through truss bridge over Little Walnut River, 3.8 mi. east and 0.5 mi. north of Gordon
Open to traffic with a 6'6" height restriction.

Bollman Bridge (Howard County, Maryland)
Built for the main line of the B&O Railroad in 1869. Moved to present location around 1887. Remained in service until 1947. Restored in 1968 (perhaps 1983).
Bollman through truss bridge over Little Patuxent River in Savage, near the intersection of Goman Road and Foundry Street
Open to pedestrians

Bollman Bridge (Somerset County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1871 as railroad bridge; Erected here 1910; Removed
Warren through truss bridge over Railroad on Long Road (T381)
Removed and relocated

Bonanza Bridge (Caldwell County, Missouri)
Built 1883; replaced and relocated in 1994-95
Whipple through truss bridge over Shoal Creek on Bonanza Road
Relocated to a field next to the original site

Branch South Fork Solomon Bridge (Osborne County, Kansas)
Built ca. 1890
Pony truss bridge over a branch of South Fork Solomon, 0.3 mi. east of Alton
Open to traffic

Breeden's Bridge (Harrison County, Indiana)
Bridge reportedly relocated to its present location in 1959. Parker Truss span built in 1900 and the Pratt Truss span built in 1883. Breeden's Bridge is scheduled to be rehabilitated and retrofitted for use as a pedestrian bridge.
Parker through truss bridge over Blue River on CR 650S, an old logging trail over the Blue River in O'Bannon Woods State Park east of IN 62 about three miles south of Leavenworth, IN
Closed to all traffic

Bridge L-158, Goldens Bridge (Westchester County, New York)
This bridge was originally part of a three span bridge and located approximately one mile south of Kingston NY. Moved to its current location c.1907
Whipple through truss bridge over Croton River
Closed to all traffic

Bridge Street Lenticular Bridge (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Built 1888; swept away August 19, 1955
Lost Lenticular through truss bridge over Farmington River on Bridge Street / State Route 179
Destroyed by flooding

Bruns' Bridge (Franklin County, Missouri)
Built 1888 by the King Iron Bridge Co.; bypassed by new bridge in 1993, destroyed by flooding on May 1st, 2017.
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Meramec River on Mill Hill Road south of Moselle
Lost

Bunker Mill Bridge (Washington County, Iowa)
Built 1887; M-frame portal bracing was added to the Town Lattice portal bracing in 1909.; closed to traffic in 2003, damaged by arson in 2013, later purchased by private group with plans to restore it.
Pratt through truss bridge over English River on Nutmeg Avenue
Open to pedestrians only

Burton Lane Bridge (Morgan County, Indiana)
Built 1875 by the Massillon Bridge Co.; replaced 1998; parts currently in storage.
Bowstring arch bridge over Indian Creek on Burton Lane, in storage after being damaged by truck.
Replaced by new bridge, but parts in storage

Butler Bridge (Berkshire County, Massachusetts)
Built 1881-82
Pratt truss bridge over Housatonic River on Butler Road
Open to pedestrians

C&A - Louisiana Bridge (Pike County, Missouri)
Built 1873; 2nd pier collapsed destroying two spand November 6th, 1876; Replaced 1897
Lost Whipple through truss bridge over Mississippi River on Chicago & Alton Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

Calhoun County Historic Bridge Park Bridge #6 - Charlotte Highway Bridge (Calhoun County, Michigan)
Built 1886 over the Grand River in Ionia County, MI and carried the Charlotte Highway. It was rehabilitated and relocated to the H.B.P. in 2005-06
Whipple through truss bridge over Bridge Park Drive on a pedestrian path in the Historic Bridge Park
Open to pedestrians

Calhoun Street Bridge (Bucks County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1884 by the Phoenix Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 2010
Through truss bridge over Delaware River on Calhoun Street/Trenton Avenue
Open to traffic

Cambridge Bridge (Story County, Iowa)
Built 1876; Replaced 1916
Lost Bowstring through truss bridge over South Skunk River on Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Caplinger Mills Bridge (Cedar County, Missouri)
Built 1895 by the Chicago Bridge Co.
Through truss bridge over Sac River at Caplinger Mills
Open to pedestrians only

Carroll County Road 314 Bridge (Carroll County, Missouri)
Built ca. 1895 by the Edge Moor Bridge Works; later relocated here
Through truss bridge over the BNSF Railway on CR 314
Open to traffic

Cedar Bluff Bridge (Cedar County, Iowa)
Built 1877; Replaced 1972
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Cedar River on Road
Replaced by new bridge

Cedar Street Bridge (Franklin County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1876; rehabilitated ca. 1960
Through truss bridge over Back Creek on Feed Mill Road


Cherry Creek Trail Bridge (Delagny Street) (Denver County, Colorado)
Built 1891 by the Burlington & Missouri River Railroad; relocated here in 1923
Through truss bridge over Cherry Creek on Delgany Street in Denver
Open to Pedestrians

Clark Bridge (Cass County, Missouri)
Built 1880 by the Missouri Valley Bridge & Iron Works
Abandoned through truss bridge over Old Channel South Grand River on S. Hess Road/315th Street
Abandoned

Clarks Creek Bridge (Geary County, Kansas)
Built ca. 1880, rehabilitated ca. 2012-2013.
Through truss bridge over Clarks Creek, 5.5 mi. south and 3.0 mi. east of Wreford
Open

Clarks Creek Bridge (Geary County, Kansas)
Built 1878 by the King Iron Bridge Co. Abandoned after 1951.
Abandoned Whipple through truss bridge over Clarks Creek on Humboldt Creek Road (Abandoned Section - now Private)
Derelict/abandoned

Clement Street Bridge (Hampshire County, Massachusetts)
Built 1894; rehabilitated 1923; closed July 2007; reopened 2010
Through truss bridge over Mill River on Clement Street in Northampton
Open to traffic

Cloie Bridge (Dubuque County, Iowa)
Formerly an approach span on Dubuque Railroad Bridge (1872 bridge)
Relocated Pratt through truss bridge formerly over Little Maquoketa River on Clay Hill Drive
Replaced by new bridge; truss bridge sitting next to Heritage Trail just NW of Access Road

Collinsville Lenticular Bridge (Hartford County, Connecticut)
BIBCo Lenticular bridge over headrace in ex-Collins Axe Co. millyard.
Replaced by a new bridge

Columbia Bridge (Franklin County, Kansas)
Built in 1880 by the Columbia Bridge Works of Dayton, Ohio. Bypassed in 1980, but never removed. Collapsed 2010.
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Marais des Cygnes River on what appears to be a former alignment of Labette Road.
Lost

County Line Bowstring Bridge (Cloud County, Kansas)
Built in 1876 as part of a four span bridge in the Concordia vicinity.
Bowstring truss bridge over West Creek on Republic Road, northwest of Hollis
Open to one-lane traffic on a low-maintenance road

Cox Ford Bridge (Caldwell County, Missouri)
Built 1888 by the King Iron Bridge Co.
Lost wrought iron through truss bridge over Shoal Creek on Bonanza Road
Caldwell County removed bridge and has it in storage.

CPRR - Bear River Bridge (Box Elder County, Utah)
Built 1882; Replaced & relocated 1886
Whipple through truss bridge over Bear River on Central Pacific Railroad relocated to Springfield, Oregon.
Replaced by a new bridge

Crossman Road Bridge (Wyoming County, New York)
Built 1887
Pratt through truss bridge over Oatka Creek on Crossman Road
Closed to all traffic

Cummington Ball Bridge (Hampshire County, Massachusetts)
Moved here from Stage Road
Kingpost pipe bridge built by Charles H. Ball
Open to pedestrians only

Cunningham Bridge (Madison County, Iowa)
Built 1886; Moved to a trail in 2008
Pony truss bridge over North River on Upland Trl
Open to pedestrians only

Danville-Mickles Bowstring Bridge (Yell County, Arkansas)
Originally built July 1880 by the King Bridge Co. at Danville; relocated in 1920
Relocated bowstring through truss bridge next to Danville City Hall
Open to pedestrians

Delray Bridge (Iroquois County, Illinois)
Built 1883 in Concord Township, relocated to this location in 1931, replaced in 2002
Lost Through truss bridge over Spring Creek on E1200N Road
Replaced by new bridge

Denniston Bridge (Miami County, Indiana)
Built 1883 by the Massillon Bridge Co.
Two-span through truss bridge over Eel River on CR 440 West
Open to one-lane traffic

Dixon Truesdell Bridge (Lee County, Illinois)
Built in 1869, collapsed 1873 May 4 during a baptism in the river. Spectators were on the bridge when it collapsed, killing about 45 people.
Lost Truesdell pony truss bridge over Rock River
Collapsed in 1873

Dorrington Road Bridge (Allegheny County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1888 by the Pittsburgh Bridge Co.; demolished 2009
Lost pony truss bridge over Robinson Run on Dorrington Road
Demolished to make way for replacement bridge

Dresden Road Bridge (Pettis County, Missouri)
Built 1890-91 by the King Iron Bridge Co.
Lost through truss bridge over Muddy Creek on Dresden Road
No longer exists

Dubuque Wagon Bridge (Dubuque County, Iowa)
Built 1886; Demolished 1943
Lost Through truss bridge over Mississippi River on Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Eagle City Bridge (Hardin County, Iowa)
Built in the 1870s; Bypassed 1983 and remained open to pedestrians as per the funding agreement; Illegally demolished under the direction of county engineer Rodney Vlotho in 1989
Lost Bowstring through truss bridge over Iowa River on 160th Street
Illegally demolished

East Mineral Road Bridge (Franklin County, Massachusetts)
Built 1889 by the Wrought Iron Bridge Co.; rebuilt 1939
Pratt through truss bridge over Millers River on E Mineral Road
Open to pedestrians only

East Riley Creek Bridge (Republic County, Kansas)
Built 1899 by the Wrought Iron Bridge Co.
Through truss bridge over Riley Creek, 2.0 mi. south and 0.2 mi. east of Belleville
Open to traffic

Egypt Pike Bridge (Pickaway County, Ohio)
Built in 1876. Replaced in 1987, but moved next to new bridge for pedestrian use.
Bowstring pony truss bridge over Mud Run on Egypt Pike
Open to pedestrians

Elk Falls Bridge (Elk County, Kansas)
Built 1893 by the George E. King Bridge Co.
Through truss bridge over Elk River beyond the end of Montgomery Street in Elk Falls
Open to pedestrians only

Elk Fork Bridge (Bates County, Missouri)
Built 1884 by the Missouri Valley Bridge & Iron Co.; replaced 1992
Lost wrought-iron pony truss bridge over Elk Fork Creek on 15004 Road
Replaced by new bridge

Elm Street Bridge (Windsor County, Vermont)
Built 1870 by the National Bridge & Iron Works; Rehabilitated c. 1900; Rehabilitated 1980
Parker Patent pony truss bridge over Ottauquechee River on VT 12 (Elm Street)
Open to traffic

Ember Avenue Bridge (Daviess County, Missouri)
Built 1893 by the Dildine Bridge Co.; later moved here
Wrought iron through truss bridge over Sampson Creek on Ember Avenue (CR 330)
Replaced by a new bridge

Emlenton Bridge (Venango County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1883 by the Wrought Iron Bridge Co.; replaced 1987
Lost Whipple through truss bridge over Allegheny River on PA 38 (Emlenton Street)
Replaced by new bridge

Eureka Bridge (Winneshiek County, Iowa)
Built 1872; Relocated to City Park, Castalia, Iowa 1995
Bowstring pony truss bridge over land, it is displayed on flat ground in Castalia
Open to pedestrians

Euritt Bridge (Decatur County, Iowa)
Built 1882 by Phoenix Iron Co. erected by Daniel and Webster; Current status unknown
Pratt through truss bridge over Grand River on River Road near Leon
Intact but appears to be closed to traffic according to Bing

Eveland Bridge (Mahaska County, Iowa)
Built 1876-77 by McKay & Nelson; one span replaced in 1903
Abandoned three-span Whipple through truss bridge over the Des Moines River on Fulton Avenue
Abandoned with deck missing

Fairground Street Bridge (Warren County, Mississippi)
One span was approach span on 1868 Dubuque RR Bridge; erected here in 1895; one panel removed; 2nd span relocated from unknown location; both spans built by the Keystone Bridge Company; closed to traffic 1993
Abandoned Pratt through truss over Illinois Central Railroad on Fairground St; one span was approach span Dubuque RR Bridge (1868 bridge) shortened by 1 panel (approx. 12 ft). 2nd span was also a RR bridge of unknown origin - shortened by 13.5 ft.
Abandoned

Falling Rock Camp Iron Bridge (Licking County, Ohio)
Built ca. 1872; relocated 1927 and 1931
Iron pony truss bridge over Rocky Fork at Falling Rock Boy Scout Camp
Has been moved and restored in the camp.

Falls Island Bridge (St. Lawrence County, New York)
Built 1870 by the King Bridge Co.; Rehabilitated for pedestrian use 2007
Bowstring pony truss bridge over Grasse River on the Grasse River Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians

Farley Bridge (Franklin County, Massachusetts)
Built 1889 by Dean & Westbrook
Pin connected Pratt through truss bridge over Millers River on Farley Road in Erving
Open to traffic

Faust Street Bridge (Comal County, Texas)
Built 1887 by the King Bridge Co.; made obsolete by new bridge in 1932; rehabilitated 1998
Through truss bridge over Guadalupe River on Faust Street in New Braunfels
Open to pedestrians only

Fayette Station Bridge (Fayette County, West Virginia)
Built 1889; closed to traffic in 1977; reconstructed 1997
Through truss bridge over New River on CR 82
Open to one-way traffic

Featherbed Lane Bridge (Loudoun County, Virginia)
Built in 1889 by the Variety Iron Works; relocated here in 1932
Through truss bridge over Catoctin Creek on Featherbed Lane (Rt673)
Open to traffic

Feederdam Bridge (Clay County, Indiana)
Built 1894
Closed through truss bridge over Eel River on Towpath Road
Closed to all traffic

Fink Through Truss Bridge (Hunterdon County, New Jersey)
Built 1858
Lost wrought iron through truss over South Branch Raritan River on CR 2 (Hamden Rd) in Hamden
Destroyed by vehicle collision in 1978

Fisher Street Bridge (Worcester County, Massachusetts)
Built 1894; moved here 1916; rehabilitated 1941
Double-intersection Warren pony truss bridge over MBTA Worcester Line on Fisher Street
Open to pedestrians only

Fort Leavenworth Bridge (Leavenworth County, Kansas)
Built 1871; Burned and abandoned 1913 , Converted to road 1917
Lost Post through truss bridge over Missouri River
Removed

Fort River Bridge (Hampshire County, Massachusetts)
Built 1880 and bypassed in 1965 by new bridge. Rebuilt at some point later into a pedestrian bridge.
Lenticular pony truss bridge over Fort River on a pedestrian path next to MA 116
Open to pedestrians

Foundry Road Bridge (Orange County, Vermont)
Built 1889 by Vermont Construction Co., rehabilitated 2010
Warren pony truss bridge over First Branch White River on C3025 in Tunbridge
Open to traffic

Fourpoints Bridge (Frederick County, Maryland)
Built ca. 1876 by the Wrought Iron Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 1997
Through truss bridge over Tom's Creek on Keysville Road
Open to traffic