Barren River

Kentucky
The US Army Corps of Engineers built and operated a Lock and Dam system on the Green River and Barren River in Kentucky. The primary function of this system was for transport of Kentucky Western Coal from the mines to the Ohio River system. The Green River was navigable to Brownsville KY, just downstream from Mammoth Cave National Park; the Barren River was navigable to Bowling Green KY

College Street Bridge (Warren County, Kentucky)
First bridge built 1839. Bridge burned during Civil War in 1862 by Confederate Soldiers. Second bridge built in 1864. Present bridge replaced second bridge in 1915 but original (first bridge) main span pier remains in use to this day.
Pratt through truss bridge over Barren River on College Street
Open to pedestrians

CSX - Barren River Bridge (Warren County, Kentucky)
The first bridge erected on this site in 1839. Was burned by soldiers Feb 14, 1862. Rebuilt in 1864, and again burned Feb 12, 1915.
Through truss bridge over Barren River on the CSX Railroad
Open to traffic

East Fork Little Barren River Bridge (Metcalfe County, Kentucky)
Built 1911
Through truss bridge over East Fork Little Barren River on Mosby Ridge Road
Open to traffic

Old Louisville Road (US 31) Barren River Bridge (Warren County, Kentucky)
Built 1943
Steel stringer bridge over Barren River on Old Louiville Road
Open to traffic

Old Richardsville Road Bridge (Warren County, Kentucky)
Built 1889
Three span Bowstring Arch Truss bridge over Barren River on Old Richardsville Road in Bowling Green
Open to traffic.