Petit Jean River

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1st Petit Jean Bridge (at Magazine) (Logan County, Arkansas)
Built 1909, Demolished 1982
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Petit Jean River on AR 109 just south of Magazine
Demolished to make way for upgrade of hwy. 109

2nd Petit Jean Bridge (at Magazine) (Logan County, Arkansas)
Built 1922; Bypassed by new bridge 1982
Tthrough truss bridge over Petit Jean River on Old AR 109 south of Magazine
Bypassed by modern bridge in 1982

3rd Bridge (at Sugar Grove) (Logan County, Arkansas)
Built 1906 by the Joliet Bridge Co.; closed to traffic ca. 1998
Closed through truss bridge over Petit Jean River on Old AR 109 just north of Sugar Grove, 4 miles south of Magazine.
Closed to all traffic

Booneville Sanatorium Bridge (Logan County, Arkansas)
Built ca. 1929
Lost pony truss bridge over Petit Jean River on AR 23 south of Booneville
Replaced by a modern bridge

Carolan Bridge (Logan County, Arkansas)
Lost through truss bridge over Petit Jean River on Carolan Road (CR 11) southwest of Booneville
No longer exists

Cow Ford Bridge (Logan County, Arkansas)
One of just 9 steel bridges built across the Petit Jean River in Logan Co., Arkansas.
Lost Through truss bridge over Petit Jean River on Former Logan County Road
Collapsed

Dale Bend Bridge (Yell County, Arkansas)
Built 1930 by the Vincennes Bridge Co. of Vincennes, Indiana
Through truss bridge over Petit Jean River on Dale Bend Road (CR 49)
Open to one-lane traffic

Danville-Mickles Bowstring Bridge (Yell County, Arkansas)
Originally built July 1880 by the King Bridge Co. at Danville; relocated in 1920
Relocated bowstring through truss bridge next to Danville City Hall
Open to pedestrians

DO&S - Petit Jean River Bridge (Yell County, Arkansas)
Rail line abandoned circa 1938
Lost Bridge over Petit Jean River on former Dardanelle, Ola, and Southern Railroad
All that remains are these 2 very nice rock piers.

Kilburn Bridge (Logan County, Arkansas)
Destroyed by flood in May 1990 and replaced
Lost through truss bridge over Petit Jean River on Thomas Road west of Magazine
Destroyed by flooding

LRWN - Petit Jean River Bridge (Yell County, Arkansas)
Built 1899 by the Pennsylvania Steel Co. of Steelton, PA
Through truss bridge over Petit Jean River on the LRWN Railroad near Danville
Railroad line currently out of service

Petit Jean River AR 7 Bridge (Yell County, Arkansas)
Built 1930; replaced 1993
Lost pony truss bridge over Petit Jean River on AR 7
Replaced by a new bridge