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Pott's Ford Bridge (Cloud County, Kansas)
Built 1884 by the Wrought Iron Bridge Co.
Through truss bridge over Solomon River on 40th Road, southwest of Glasco
Open to one-lane traffic

Provo River Bridge (Utah County, Utah)
Built 1884; relocated in 1901 and 1919; abandoned 1969
Pratt through truss bridge over Provo River on abandoned Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad
Renovated for pedestrian use

Quarry Bridge (Marshall County, Iowa)
Built 1885
Through truss bridge over Iowa River on 3 Bridges Road
Closed to all traffic

Reading-Halls Station Bridge (Lycoming County, Pennsylvania)
Built ca. 1846 on the Philadelphia & Reading Railroad; later relocated here to carry vehicular traffic
Wrought and cast iron pony truss bridge over the former Philadelphia & Reading Railroad on a private driveway
In use for private road/drive

Riley Creek Bridge (Republic County, Kansas)
Built 1899 by the Wrought Iron Bridge Co. Bypassed by new bridge.
Pratt through truss bridge over Riley Creek on Old County Road 170
Closed to all traffic

River Park Road Bridge (Washington County, Maryland)
Built 1879; rehabilitated 1985
Pony truss bridge over C&O Canal on River Park Road
Open to traffic

River Street Bridge (Windham County, Connecticut)
Built 1886 by the Berlin Iron Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 1980; replaced 2001
Lost lenticular through truss bridge over Moosup River on River Street in Moosup
Reportedly in storage until suitable location is found.

Riverwalk Bridge (Buchanan County, Missouri)
Built 1879 by the Missouri Valley Bridge & Iron Works of Leavenworth, Kansas.
Pratt through truss bridge over Missouri River tributary on Riverwalk
Open to pedestrians

Rodrick Bridge (Licking County, Ohio)
Built 1872 by the Coshocton Iron Works using a design patented in 1841 by Squire Whipple. Relocated in 1998.
Bowstring through truss bridge originally located over Wills Creek on TR 144 in Coshocton County and relocated to Ohio State University-Newark Campus grounds
Open to pedestrians only

Romford Road Bridge (Litchfield County, Connecticut)
Built 1888 by the Berlin Iron Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 1998
Lenticular pony truss bridge over Bantam River on Romford Road in Washington
Open to traffic

Rough Hollow Bridge (Hickory County, Missouri)
Built 1890-91 by the Wrought Iron Bridge Co. at Hermitage; relocated here in 1932
Through truss bridge over Pomme de Terre River on CR 281 north of Hermitage, between Route Y and Route U
Open to traffic

Ruhle Road Bridge (Saratoga County, New York)
Originally built 1888 over Black Creek in Cambridge; relocated in 2001
Lenticular pony truss bridge over Ballston Creek at Malta
Open to pedestrians only

Rush's Mill Bridge (Berks County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1869 over Perkiomen Creek; relocated and rehabilitated for pedestrian traffic in 1980
Iron pony truss bridge over Plum Creek on the Union Canal Trail
Open to pedestrians

Salt Creek Bowstring Bridge (Cloud County, Kansas)
Bowstring pony truss bridge over Salt Creek on 212th Street, southeast of Hollis
Closed to traffic

Salt Fork Bowstring Bridge (Saline County, Missouri)
Built 1882 by the Missouri Valley Bridge & Iron Co., using stone abutments from an earlier 1875 bridge
Bowstring through truss bridge over Salt Fork on CR 225
Closed to all traffic. Future uncertain.

Sandy Hook Bridge (Fairfield County, Connecticut)
Built 1890
Pratt through truss bridge over Pootatuck River on Dayton Street
Open to pedestrians only

Santa Fe Truss Bridge (Monroe County, Missouri)
Built 1888 as a triple-span bridge near Florida, MO by the St. Louis Bridge & Iron Co.; relocated here in 1932; replaced 1992
Lost wrought-iron through truss bridge over South Fork Salt River on CR 645 just south of Santa Fe
Replaced by a modern bridge

Scarlets Mill Bridge (Berks County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1881
Relocated pony truss bridge on the Horseshoe Trail


School Street Bridge (Hunterdon County, New Jersey)
Built 1870 by the Cowin Iron Works; rehabilitated 1993
Pony truss bridge over Spruce Run River on School Street in Glen Gardner
Open to traffic

Second 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

Sharon Station Bridge (Litchfield County, Connecticut)
Built 1885 by the Berlin Iron Bridge Co.; reconstructed in 1956
Lenticular pony truss bridge over Webatuck Creek on Sharon Station Road
Open to traffic

Shaw Bridge (Columbia County, New York)
Built 1870 by J.D. Hutchinson
Abandoned bowstring pony truss bridge over Claverack Creek on Van Wyck Lane
Abandoned

Sheep Bridge (York County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1889 by Wrought Iron Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 1950 and 2010
Through truss bridge over Conewago Creek on Sheepbridge Road (SR 4021)
Open to traffic

Siloam Springs State Park Bridge (Adams County, Illinois)
Bowstring pony truss bridge over Branch McKee Creek on a pedestrian walkway
Open to traffic

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

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

Sockman Road Bridge (Knox County, Ohio)
Built 1873 by the Russell Bridge Co.; replaced 1996
Lost pony truss bridge over Granny Creek on Sockman Road (TR 384)
No longer exists

Southern - Ocmulgee River Bridge (Pulaski County, Georgia)
Built 1890 Lost 1993
Lost Warren through truss with no verticals bridge over Ocmulgee River on Southern Railway Company
Removed

Spencer's Crossing Bridge (Anderson County, Kansas)
Built 1885 by the Wrought Iron Bridge Co. Closed to traffic in 2001 and bypassed in 2005
Through truss bridge over Pottawatomie Creek, 0.6 mi. west and 0.1 mi. north of Greeley
Preserved

Springfield Bridge (Faulkner County, Arkansas)
Completed July 1874 by the King Bridge Manufactory & Iron Works of Iola, Kansas, a branch of the King Bridge Co. of Cleveland, Ohio. Bypassed by a new bridge 1991.
Iron bowstring truss bridge over Cadron Creek near Springfield on the Conway-Faulkner County line
Abandoned, with portion of deck missing

Station Road Bridge (Cuyahoga County, Ohio)
Built 1881-82 by the Massillon Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 1992
Through truss bridge over the Cuyahoga River on Station Road in Cuyahoga Valley National Park
Open to pedestrians only

Stillwater Road Bridge (Providence County, Rhode Island)
Originally located over the Woonasqustucket River on Stillwater Road in Georgiaville
Lenticular pony truss bridge over old mill race in Valley Falls Heritage Park
Open to pedestrians only

Stinson Creek Trail - Stinson Creek Bridge (Callaway County, Missouri)
Built 1878 over Sni-A-Bar Creek in Grain Valley; relocated here in 1902; rehabilitated 1944; converted to pedestrian use in 2006
Through truss bridge over Stinson Creek, just off Hickman Avenue in Fulton
Open to pedestrians only

Stone Arch Road Bridge (Johnson County, Indiana)
Built 1885 by the Massillon Bridge Co., Restored 2011
Through truss bridge over Nineveh Creek on Stone Arch Road in Atterbury Fish and Wildlife Area
Open to traffic

Sugar Creek Road Bridge (Limestone County, Alabama)
Build 1888; Relocated to current location 1947; Closed 2005
Pratt through truss bridge over Sugar Creek on Sugar Creek Road-future ATV/hiking trail
Open to pedestrians only

Sylvan Island Railroad Bridge (Rock Island County, Illinois)
Built 1868 as part of a larger bridge over the Mississippi River at Burlington; one span relocated here and shortened in 1891
1 Span Whipple through truss bridge with Phoenix columns over Mississippi River on former railroad spur in Moline.
Abandoned.

Tariffville Road Bridge (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Built 1894 by John E. Buddington of New Haven
Lost Parker through truss bridge over Farmington River on Tariffville Road, CT Route 315
Replaced by a new bridge

Tilton Island Park Bridge (Belknap County, New Hampshire)
Built 1881
Truesdell pony truss bridge over Winnipesautee River on Pedestrian Trail
Open to pedestrians

Tioga Bridge (Carroll County, Indiana)
Built 1890 by the Wrought Iron Bridge Co.
Two-span through truss bridge over Tippecanoe River on Tioga Road
Open to pedestrians only

Tioronda Bridge (Dutchess County, New York)
Built 1872-73; closed to traffic 1985; dismantled 2006
Three-span bowstring pony truss bridge over Fishkill Creek on South Avenue
Trusses disassembled and placed in storage; piers and abutments still standing

Town Line Bridge (Cortland County, New York)
Built 1888; Pony truss added to east side by Groton Bridge Co 1903.; closed 1990's
Lenticular through truss bridge over Otselic River on Townline Road
Closed to all traffic

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 truss bridge over Rock River
Collapsed in 1873

Tug Fork Bridge (McDowell County, West Virginia)
Built or relocated here in 1907
Through truss bridge over Tug Fork on CR 7/13
Demolished

Twin Bridge (Hendricks County, Indiana)
Built 1886, restored for pedestrian use in 2008
Through truss bridge over West Fork White Lick Creek on pedestrian trail
Open to pedestrians only

Upper Bluffton Bridge (Winneshiek County, Iowa)
Built 1878 by the Wrought Iron Bridge Co.; rehabilitated in 2001; closed to traffic in 2009; queenpost span now private property, through truss span is gone
Through truss bridge over Upper Iowa River on W. Ravine Road
Queenpost span is relocated to a nearby property to be used as a driveway; through truss span was scrapped.

Upper Keeseville Bridge (Essex County, New York)
Built 1878 by Murray, Dougal & Co. of Milton, PA
Two-span wrought-iron through truss bridge over AuSable River on River Street in Keeseville
Closed to all traffic

Valley Road Bridge (York County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1870; relocated here in 1885
Wrought iron pony truss bridge over Valley Road on the Stewartstown Railroad
Intact, but out of service since 2004

Van Zile Road Bridge (Allen County, Indiana)
Built 1883 by the Massillon Bridge Company; rehabilitated 1999
Whipple through truss bridge over St. Joseph River on Van Zile Road
Open to traffic

Vera Cruz Bridge (Wells County, Indiana)
Built in 1887 by Indiana Bridge Co., bypassed by a new bridge
Whipple through truss bridge over Wabash River on a bypassed section of SR 301
Closed to all traffic

Vine Street Bridge (Washington County, Vermont)
Built ca. 1870; bypassed 1989
Parker pony truss bridge over New England Central Railroad on Vine Street
Open to pedestrians

Vischers Ferry Bridge (Saratoga County, New York)
Built 1869 over the Erie Canal at Fultonville; relocated 1919 to cross Cayadutta Creek at Fonda; moved and preserved 1996-98
Bowstring pony truss bridge over abandoned section of Erie Canal on a pedestrian walkway in Vischer Ferry Nature and Historic Preserve
Open to pedestrians

Vole Drive Bridge (Newton County, Missouri)
Originally built 1886 at Redings Mill by the Wrought Iron Bridge Co., then relocated here in 1932. Replaced by a new bridge in 1993.
Lost through truss bridge over Clear Creek on Vole Drive (CR 312) east of Ritchie
Replaced by a modern stringer bridge

Walnut River Bridge (Butler County, Kansas)
Built by the Wrought Iron Bridge Co.
Through truss bridge over Walnut River, 0.7 mi. west and 2.0 mi. south of Douglass
Open to traffic with 6'4" height restriction.

Walnut Street Bridge (Northampton County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1860
Pratt through truss bridge formerly over Saucon Creek on Walnut Street in Hellertown
Open to pedestrians

Washington State Park Bridge (Washington County, Missouri)
Built 1885-86 at Lemay Ferry by the St. Louis Bridge & Iron Co.; relocated here in 1917
Closed through truss bridge over Big River just northeast of Washington State Park
Closed to all traffic

Watkins Glen Footbridge (Schuyler County, New York)
Built ca. 1873
Bowstring pony truss bridge over Watkins Glen Gorge on a pedestrian trail at Watkins Glen State Park
Open to pedestrians

Wea Creek Bridge (Shawnee County, Kansas)
Built 1870 by the Buckeye Bridge Works; relocated 1988
Relocated bowstring truss bridge on the grounds of the Kansas State Historical Society in Topeka
Open to pedestrians only

Wells Street Bridge (Allen County, Indiana)
Built 1884 by the Wrought Iron Bridge Co.
Whipple through truss bridge over St. Marys River on Wells Street in Fort Wayne
Open to pedestrians only

West Auburn Bridge (Fayette County, Iowa)
Built 1881; bypassed by a new bridge in 1996 but left standing.
Whipple through truss bridge over Little Turkey River on Bn Road near West Union
Replaced by bridge on new alignment but left standing.Can be seen from the new bridge.

West Fork Pigeon River Bridge (Haywood County, North Carolina)
Built 1891
Pratt through truss bridge over West Fork Pigeon River on NC 1112
Open to traffic

West Main Street Bridge (Hunterdon County, New Jersey)
Built 1870 by the Cowin Iron Works
Two-span iron pony truss bridge over South Branch Raritan River on W. Main Street in Clinton
Open to one-way traffic

Whetstone Creek TR 127 (Loren Rd.) Bridge (Morrow County, Ohio)
Built ca. 1879; closed to traffic in 2005
Bowstring through truss bridge over Whetstone Creek on TR 127 (Loren Rd.) in Mt. Gilead
Closed to all traffic

White Water Creek Bridge (Dubuque County, Iowa)
Built 1872 as part of a seven-span bridge over a Mississippi River slough at Dubuque; relocated here ca. 1890; and again back to Dubuque to serve as a recreational area at a local park in 2007
Through truss bridge over White Water Creek on Whitewater Drive
Replaced by a new bridge; Truss bridge relocated to a park in Dubuque

White Water Creek Bridge (Dubuque County, Iowa)
Built ca. 1890; replaced 1999; former approach span of original (1868) Dubuque RR bridge. Currently sits beside road near replacement bridge.
Lost through truss bridge over White Water Creek on Hempstead Rd.
Replaced by new bridge; sits beside road near replacement bridge

Williams Road Bridge (Venango County, Pennsylvania)
Originally built 1884 over French Creek in Franklin as a two-span bridge; portions of one span relocated here in 1911-12
Pratt through truss bridge over Sugar Creek Middle Branch on Williams Road (TR 627)
Still in place and open to traffic

Windsor Harbor Bridge (Jefferson County, Missouri)
Originally built 1874 by the Keystone Bridge Co. over River Des Peres at Lemay Ferry in St. Louis. Relocated to Kimmswick in 1930; bypassed by new bridge in 1985.
Wrought-iron through truss over Rock Creek on Windsor Harbor Road in Kimmswick
Open to pedestrians only

Yeakle's Mill Bridge (Franklin County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1888 by the Pittsburgh Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 1949
Pony truss bridge over Little Cove Creek on PA 3026 (Mill Drive)
Replaced by new bridge

Young's Ford Bridge (Vernon County, Missouri)
Built 1884 by the St. Louis Bridge & Iron Co.
Wrought iron through truss bridge over Clear Creek on Logan Road
Open to traffic

Zoarville Station Bridge (Tuscarawas County, Ohio)
Built in 1868 by Smith,Latrobe,& Co., relocated and restored in 2007.
Fink through truss bridge over Conotton Creek on Old section SR-212
Open to pedestrians