Bull Shoals Lake

Missouri-Arkansas
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Bull Shoals Lake Bridge (Boone County, Arkansas)
Abandoned circa 1954
Concrete stringer bridge over Bull Shoals Lake on Old Ar 14
Inundated

Kissee Mills Bridge (Taney County, Missouri)
Built 1953 in conjunction with the creation of Bull Shoals Lake
Through truss bridge over Beaver Creek (arm of Bull Shoals Lake) on US 160 east of Kissee Mills
Open to two-lane traffic

Peel Ferry (Marion County, Arkansas)
Opened with the completion of the Bull Shoals Dam.
Ferry across Bull Shoals Lake on AR-125
Open to traffic

Swan Creek Arch Bridge (Taney County, Missouri)
Built 1932 by contractor M.E. Gillioz; made obsolete in 1951 by the parallel truss bridge
Open-spandrel arch bridge over Swan Creek (part of Bull Shoals Lake) on Old US 160 near Forsyth
Open to traffic

Swan Creek US 160 Bridge (Taney County, Missouri)
Built 1952
Two-span through truss bridge over Swan Creek (part of Bull Shoals Lake) on US 160 near Forsyth
Open to two-lane traffic

Theodosia Bridge (Ozark County, Missouri)
Built 1951-52; Refurbished 2016
Ten-span through truss bridge over Little North Fork White River (arm of Bull Shoals Lake) on US 160 near Theodosia
Open to two-lane traffic

White River MO 76 Bridge (Taney County, Missouri)
Built 1953 to cross the new Bull Shoals Lake. The dam for the lake was completed in 1951.
Five-span through truss bridge over White River (Bull Shoals Lake) on MO 76 near Forsyth
Open to two-lane traffic