Cumberland River

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Andrew J. Sullivan Memorial Bridge (Whitley County, Kentucky)
Built 1923 by the Luten Bridge Co.; replaced 2001
Lost concrete arch bridge over Cumberland River on KY 904
Replaced by new bridge

Austin Peay Bridge (Jackson County, Tennessee)
Built by the Nashville Bridge Company in 1924 and replaced 1994
Lost K-Truss through truss bridge over Cumberland River on Tn 56
Replaced by new bridge

CNTP Cumberland River Bridge (Pulaski County, Kentucky)
Built ca. 1950 as a part of the Lake Cumberland project
Deck truss bridge over Cumberland River on Cincinnati Southern Railway and leased by Norfolk Southern
Open to traffic

CNTP Cumberland River Bridge (Pulaski County, Kentucky)
Built in 1880 by the Cincinnati Southern Railway, a company owned by the city of Cincinnati, Ohio. The line was operated by Cincinnati, New Orleans, & Texas Pacific Railway for a time then by Southern Railroad and Norfolk Southern,
Lost Pony/through plate girder bridge over Cumberland River on railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

Cordell Hull Bridge (Smith County, Tennessee)
Built 1934; rehabilitated 1992
Through truss bridge over Cumberland River on NFA A392 in Carthage
Closed to all traffic

CSX (L&N) Cumberland Swing Bridge (Old Civil War Version) (Davidson County, Tennessee)
Originally a covered bridge, but uncovered and fortified during Civil War. Bridge burnt by Hood's forces during the Battle of Nashville (1864) and then replaced.
Former L@N over Cumberland River on the L&N Railroad (today CSX), the current CSX Cumberland Swing Bridge sits on its original piers.
Destroyed by fire

CSX - Cumberland Bypass Bridge (Davidson County, Tennessee)
Built as a spur of the main line of the old Louisville & Nashville Railroad, to bypass the Union Station downtown
One Camelback through truss and 3 Warren through trusses over the Cumberland River on CSX Railroad
Open to traffic

CSX - Cumberland River Bridge (Harlan County, Kentucky)
3-span, Warren through truss bridge over Cumberland River on CSX Railroad
Open to traffic

CSX - Cumberland Swing Bridge (Davidson County, Tennessee)
Built 1916 by the Fort Pitt Bridge Works to handle N.C. & St. L's Louisville to Birmingham line (bypass bridge 7 miles upriver)
Camelback through truss bridge over Cumberland River on CSX Railroad in downtown Nashville
Open to traffic

CTRN - Cumberland River Bridge (Davidson County, Tennessee)
Abandoned polygonal Warren through truss with sub-panels bridge over Cumberland River on Abandoned Central Tennessee Railway and Navigation Company
Derelict/abandoned

Cumberland Falls Bridge (Whitley County, Kentucky)
Built 1954
Stone covered concrete arch bridge over Cumberland River on KY 90
Open to traffic

Cumberland River Bridge (Wilson County, Tennessee)
Built 1954
Through truss bridge over Cumberland River on TN 109 in Gallatin
Open to traffic

Cumberland River Ferry (Monroe County, Kentucky)
Ferry across Cumberland River on KY 214
Open to traffic

Cumberland River KY 779 Bridge (Whitley County, Kentucky)
Built 1925
Closed spandrel "Luten" type arch bridge over Cumberland River on KY 779
Open to traffic

Cumberland River KY 90 Bridge (Pulaski County, Kentucky)
Built 1951 as a part of the Lake Cumberland Project; replaced 2005
Lost deck truss bridge over Cumberland River on KY 90 in Burnside
Replaced by new bridge

Cumberland River KY 92 Bridge (Whitley County, Kentucky)
Built 1937
Through truss bridge over Cumberland River on KY 92
Open to traffic

Cumberland River TN 45 Bridge (Davidson County, Tennessee)
First bridge built 1928; second bridge built 1967
Pair of through truss bridges over Cumberland River on TN 45 in Nashville
Open to traffic

Cumberland River US 27 Bridge (Pulaski County, Kentucky)
Built ca. 1950; replaced 2001
Lost deck truss bridge over Cumberland River on US 27
Replaced by a new bridge

Cumberland River US 62 Bridge (Livingston County, Kentucky)
Built 1952
Through truss bridge over Cumberland River on US 62
Open to traffic

Gateway Bridge (Davidson County, Tennessee)
Built 2004
Steel through arch bridge over Cumberland River on Gateway Blvd. in downtown Nashville
Open to traffic

Jefferson Street Bridge (Davidson County, Tennessee)
Built 1910; replaced 1990
Lost through truss bridge over Cumberland River on Jefferson Street in downtown Nashville
Replaced by a modern bridge

John T. Cunningham Memorial Bridge (Montgomery County, Tennessee)
Built 1925, replaced 1986
Lost K-Truss through truss bridge over Cumberland River on Old State Route 13
Replaced by new bridge

Lake Barkley US 68 Bridge (Trigg County, Kentucky)
Built 1932; rehabilitated 1944
Through truss bridge over Lake Barkley on US 68
Open to traffic

New Cumberland River KY 90 Bridge (Pulaski County, Kentucky)
Built 2005
Warren through truss bridge over Cumberland River on KY 90
Open to traffic

Old Burnside Tunnel (Pulaski County, Kentucky)
Built 1927-1928; abandoned 1950
Tunnel on U.S. 27
Closed to all traffic

Old Burnside US 27 Bridge (Pulaski County, Kentucky)
Lost Through truss bridge over Cumberland River on US 27
Replaced by a new bridge

Old Railroad Lane Cumberland River Bridge (Knox County, Kentucky)
Built 1905 for the Cumberland Railroad Company
Through truss bridge over Cumberland River on Old Railroad Lane
Open to traffic

RJCM - Cumberland River Swing Bridge (Montgomery County, Tennessee)
Built 1891 by the Pencoyd Bridge & Construction Co.
Swing through truss bridge over Cumberland River at Clarksville
Open to traffic

Rome Ferry (Smith County, Tennessee)
Established 1830
Abandoned ferry across Cumberland River on Rome Road
Derelict/abandoned

Shelby Street Bridge (Davidson County, Tennessee)
Built 1907-09; rehabilitated for pedestrian use in 2003
Three-span through truss bridge over Cumberland River on Shelby Street in downtown Nashville
Open to pedestrians only

Smithland Bridge (Livingston County, Kentucky)
Built 1931; rehabilitated 1954
Through truss bridge over Cumberland River on US 60 at Smithland
Open to traffic

State Route 2014 Bridge (Bell County, Kentucky)
Built 1873 by the Louisville Bridge and Iron Co.; replaced 1993
Lost Warren through truss bridge over Cumberland River on State Route 2014
Bridge has been replaced.

Williamsburg Bridge (Whitley County, Kentucky)
Built ca. 1890; replaced 1989
Lost through truss bridge over Cumberland River on Main Street (KY 296) at Williamsburg
Replaced by new bridge