Pecos River

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BNSF - Pecos River Bridge (De Baca County, New Mexico)
Built 1906
Deck plate girder bridge over Pecos River on Railroad (BNSF)
Open to traffic

Crane Road Bridge (Crane County, Texas)
Abandoned through truss bridge over Pecos River on the Old Crane Road, east of Imperial
Abandoned with deck missing

Old Pecos River Bridge at Terrero (San Miguel County, New Mexico)
Built by the U.S. Forest Service in 1921. In the late 1920s, the road became NM 63
Howe through truss bridge over Pecos River on former NM 63
Open to pedestrians only

Old Route 66 Bridge (San Miguel County, New Mexico)
Built 1921
Parker through truss bridge over Pecos River on an old alignment of US 66 (pre 1937 alignment)
Closed to all traffic

Pecos River Bridge (Crockett County, Texas)
Built 1933
Parker through truss bridge over Pecos River on SH 290
Open to traffic

Pecos River Bridge (Val Verde County, Texas)
Built 1957
Deck truss bridge over Pecos River on US 90
Open to traffic

Pecos River Flume (Eddy County, New Mexico)
Built 1903
Four-span concrete arch aqueduct carrying Southern Main Canal over Pecos River at Carlsbad
Still carries water

Pecos River Railroad Trestle (Guadalupe County, New Mexico)
Deck plate girder bridge over Pecos River on Union Pacific Railroad (formerly Southern Pacific Railroad)
Open to traffic

SP - Pecos River Viaduct (Val Verde County, Texas)
Built 1892, Strengthened in 1910 and 1929, Replaced 1944, Removed 1949
Lost Deck truss bridge over Pecos River on Southern Pacific Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

UP - Pecos River Bridge (Ward County, Texas)
Pony/through plate girder bridge over Pecos River on Railroad
Open to traffic

UP - Pecos River High Bridge (Val Verde County, Texas)
Built 1944, replacing an earlier 1892 viaduct
Massive cantilevered deck truss bridge over Pecos River on the Union Pacific Railroad
Open to traffic