Duck River

Tennessee
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Carpenter Ford Bridge (Maury County, Tennessee)
Built in 1904 by the W. T. Young Bridge Company; Bypassed by new bridge in 1962
Abandoned pin-connected Pennsylvania (camelback) through truss bridge over Duck River on Carpenter Bridge Road
Abandoned

Centerville Bridge (Hickman County, Tennessee)
Built 1913; Bypassed by new bridge 1970; destroyed May 2010
Lost two-span through truss bridge over Duck River at Centerville
Destroyed by flooding in May 2010

Charles Thompson Bridge (Hickman County, Tennessee)
Built 1951; Replaced 2016
Parker through truss bridge over Duck River on TN 50 near Centerville
Replaced

Cold Branch Bridge (Humphreys County, Tennessee)
Built 1945
Through truss bridge over Duck River on Bakerville Rd (NFA 910, SA 4302)
Open to traffic

Dement Bridge (Bedford County, Tennessee)
Built 1930; Bypassed by new bridge in 1993
Concrete stringer bridge over Duck River on TN 269
Open to Local Traffic/ Not blocked

Duck River Bridge (Maury County, Tennessee)
Built 1965
Concrete tee beam bridge over Duck River on Nfa A570 (Sa 6015)
Closed to all traffic

Duck River Bridge (Maury County, Tennessee)
Built 1938
Lost through truss bridge over Duck River on TN 7 in Columbia
Replaced by new bridge

Duck River Bridge (Humphreys County, Tennessee)
Built 1949; replaced 2005
Lost through truss bridge over Duck River on TN 13
Replaced by new bridge

Duck River Bridge (Bedford County, Tennessee)
Built 1934
Two-span Warren pony truss bridge over Duck River on FAU 130 in Shelbyville
Open to traffic

Hopkins Bridge (Marshall County, Tennessee)
Built (year unknown) by the Champion Bridge Company, Wilmington, Ohio
Lost Pratt single-span through truss bridge over Duck River on Hopkins Bridge Road in Eastern Marshall County-Western Bedford County
Replaced by new concrete I-beam bridge with two middle piers

Kettle Mill Bridge (Maury County, Tennessee)
Built 1904 by the Nashville Bridge Co.; bypassed by new bridge in 1960; approach span destroyed by May 2010 flood
Abandoned pennsylvania through truss bridge over Duck River on former Kettle Mills Road
Abandoned

L&N - Duck River Bridge (Marshall County, Tennessee)
Built 1913;
Warren through truss bridge over Duck River in Northern Marshall County
Open to traffic

Leatherwood Bridge (Hickman County, Tennessee)
Built 1918; Bypassed by new bridge in 1987
Abandoned Pratt through truss bridge over Duck River
Abandoned

Nickells Valley Road Bridge (Hickman County, Tennessee)
Bypassed by new bridge in 1962
Abandoned camelback through truss bridge over Duck River on Nickells Valley Rd
Abandoned

Old Stone Fort Bridge (Coffee County, Tennessee)
Built 1906 by the Joliet Bridge Co. at the Dabbs Ford over the Elk River; bridge relocated to present location in 1971, piers rehabilitated 2009
Pratt through truss bridge over Duck River on County Road B-188 (Campground Road) in Manchester
Open to traffic

Only Bridge (Hickman County, Tennessee)
Built 1907 by the Nashville Bridge Co.; Bypassed by a new bridge in 1962.
Derelict through truss bridge over Duck River on TN 50 near Only
Derelict with deck and approaches removed

SCTR - Centerville Bridge (Hickman County, Tennessee)
Rehabbed, retaining all truss spans, but replacing timber approaches
Massive railroad bridge over Duck River on the South Central Tennessee Railroad near Centerville
Open to railroad traffic

Sowell Mill Bridge (Maury County, Tennessee)
Built 1925
Arch bridge over Duck River on Sowell Mill Pike (NFA 1903) in Columbia
Open to traffic

Tanksley Bridge (Humphreys County, Tennessee)
Built 1904 by the Nashville Bridge Co.; bypassed by a new bridge in 1980; one span destroyed by flooding May 2010
Abandoned through truss bridge over Duck River on former State Route 13
Abandoned with one span destroyed by flooding

Verona-Caney Bridge (Marshall County, Tennessee)
Collapsed by overweight 18-wheeler.. span on south end collapsed under the weight into the river.. rest of bridge later demolished
Lost 4 span Pratt pony through truss bridge over Duck River on Verona-Caney Road in Northern Marshall County
Collapsed under overweight 18-wheeler, and replaced with a concrete deck bridge

Veterans Memorial Bridge (Coffee County, Tennessee)
Built 1931; replaced 2010
Lost Warren Camelback polygonal through truss bridge over Duck River on U.S. 41 in Manchester
no longer exists