Susquehanna River

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Amtrak - Susquehanna River Bridge (Harford County, Maryland)
Built 1904-06
Through and deck truss bridge with swing spans over Susquehanna River on Amtrak between Harvre de Grace and Perryville
Open to rail traffic

Athens Bridge (Bradford County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1916; rehabilitated 1953; replaced 2005
Lost through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on PA1056
Replaced by a new bridge

B&O - Susquehanna River Bridge (Harford County, Maryland)
Built 1886 for Baltimore & Ohio Railroad; Replaced in stages 1907-10; 377-foot span collapsed during ongoing span replacement project Sept. 23, 1908.
Lost Bridge over Susquehanna River on Baltimore & Ohio Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

Bainbridge Street Bridge (Old) (Snyder County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1928, demolished 1986-87
Lost Pony/through plate girder bridge over Susquehanna River on Bainbridge Street (and Sunbury & Selinsgrove Electric Ry. 1928-1934)
Replaced by new bridge

Bainbridge Street Bridge (Older) (Northumberland County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1905-1907 by York Bridge Co. for Sunbury Bridge Co., demolished 1927
Lost Parker through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Banbridge Street and Sunbury & Selinsgrove Electric Railway
Replaced by new bridge

Berwick Bridge (Columbia County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1907;
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Berwick Bridge ( Replacement) (Columbia County, Pennsylvania)
Bridge
Open to traffic

CACV - Susquehanna River Bridge #1 (Otsego County, New York)
Built 1904
Lattice through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad
Open to traffic

CACV - Susquehanna River Bridge #2 (Otsego County, New York)
Lattice through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad
Open to traffic

CACV - Susquehanna River Bridge #3 (Otsego County, New York)
Built 1896
Lattice through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad
Open to traffic

Center Village Bridge (Broome County, New York)
Built 1890; bypassed 1990
Pratt through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Old Bridge Street
Intact but closed to all traffic

Chapel Street Susquehanna River Bridge (Broome County, New York)
Built 1935; rehabilitated 1992
Through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on CR 28 (Chapel Street) in Windsor
Open to traffic

CNYK - Susquehanna River Bridge (Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania)
Through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Central New York Railroad
Open to traffic

Court Street Bridge (Tioga County, New York)
Built 1933; rehabilitated 1973; replaced 2003 by a modern deck truss bridge
Lost through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Court Street
Replaced by a new bridge

CSX - Susquehanna River Bridge (Harford County, Maryland)
Built 1907-09 by Baltimore & Ohio RR as double-track bridge and opened January 6, 1910, later single-tracked
Through and deck truss bridge over Susquehanna on railroad
Open to traffic

CV - Susquehanna River Bridge (Dauphin County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1916
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Susquehanna River on former CRVV
Tracks removed

CV - Susquehanna River Bridge (Dauphin County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1886; replaced 1916
Lost Deck truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Cumberland Valley Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

CVR - Susquehanna River Covered Bridge (Oldest) (Dauphin County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1839; destroyed by fire 1844
Lost Town lattice truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Cumberland Valley Railroad
Destroyed by fire

CVR - Susquehanna River Covered Bridge (Second) (Dauphin County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1855; destroyed by flood 1877
Lost Deck truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Cumberland Valley Railroad
Destroyed by flooding

DH - Susquehanna River Bridge (Broome County, New York)
Built 1908
Abandoned through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Delaware & Hudson RR
Derelict/abandoned

Eighth Street Bridge (Luzerne County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1900
Through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on PA 1021 (Eighth Street) in West Wyoming
Demolished and replaced.

Exchange Street Bridge (Broome County, New York)
Built 1901; rehabilitated 1989
Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Exchange Street in Binghamton
Open to traffic

Hemlock Road Bridge (Otsego County, New York)
Built 1901; rehabilitated 1993
Pony truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Hemlock Road
Open to traffic

Lewisburg Susquehanna River Bridge (Union County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1910; demolished 1987
Lost Bridge over West Branch Susquehanna River on PA 45
Replaced by a new bridge 1987-88

Lewisburg Susquehanna River Covered Railroad Bridge (Union County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1865-68 as joint railroad/road bridge; 5 spans washed away June 1, 1889 and replaced; three spans destroyed in flood of May 21, 1894 and rebuilt; replaced 1912 with new railroad bridge
Lost Bridge over Susquehanna River between Lewisburg and Montandon
Replaced by a new bridge

Lincoln Highway Columbia-Wrightsville Bridge (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1929; rehabilitated 1988
Open-spandrel arch bridge over Susquehanna River on PA 462 (Old Lincoln Highway) between Columbia and York Counties
Open to traffic

LV - Towanda Bridge (Old) (Bradford County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1877, Replaced 1906
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Lehigh Valley Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

Main Street Bridge (Delaware County, New York)
Built 1936; rehabilitated 1969
Pony truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Main Street in Sidney
Open to traffic

Market Street Bridge (Dauphin County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1928
Sixteen-span concrete arch bridge over East Channel Susquehanna River on Market Street (PA 3012) in Harrisburg
Open to traffic

Market Street Bridge (3rd) (Lycoming County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1885 destroyed 1889
Lost Lenticular through truss bridge over West Branch Susquehanna River on Market Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Market Street Bridge (4th) (Lycoming County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1889 reusing parts from predecessor bridge; Destroyed by flooding 1891
Lost Lenticular through truss bridge over West Branch Susquehanna River on Market Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Market Street Bridge (5th) (Lycoming County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1894; Demolished 1949
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over West Branch Susquehanna River on Market Street & Interurban
Replaced by a new bridge

Market Street Bridge (6th) (Lycoming County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1951; Replaced 2007
Lost Steel stringer bridge over West Branch Susquehanna River on US 15
Replaced by a new bridge

Marysville Railroad Covered Bridge 38-22-27x / 38-50-42x (Perry County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1858, superstructure removed in 1884 with only the piers remaining
Lost bridge over Susquehanna River on Northern Central Railway
Lost

Millard E. Tydings Memorial Bridge (Cecil County, Maryland)
Built 1962; Rehabilitated 1988
Deck truss bridge over Susquehanna River on I-95
Open to traffic

Milton River Crossing (Union County, Pennsylvania)
Lost Whipple through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Philadelphia & Reading RR
No longer exists

NS (DLW) - Susquehanna River Bridge (Broome County, New York)
Lattice through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Norfolk Southern Railroad
Open to traffic

NS - Rockville Bridge (Dauphin County, Pennsylvania)
Longest stone masonry arch railroad viaduct in the world, this is the third bridge to be built at this location completed on March 30, 1902
Masonry stone arch viaduct over Susquehanna River on Norfolk Southern Railway
Open to traffic

NS - Susquehanna River Bridge (Dauphin County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1924
Bridge over Susquehanna River on Norfolk Southern Railway
Open to traffic

NS - Susquehanna River Bridge (Broome County, New York)
Through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Norfolk Southern Railway
Open to traffic

NS - Susquehanna River Bridge (Selinsgrove) (Snyder County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1888-1892 to replace 1871 wooden bridge, opened 1890, altered 1901, 1925, 1930 rebuilt 1947 with truss reinforcements; one pier rebuilt after flood damage in 1972
12-span Through truss bridge over North Branch Susquehanna River on Norfolk Southern Railroad (former Pennsylvania RR)
Open to traffic

NS - Towanda Bridge (Bradford County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1907
Deck plate girder bridge over Susquehanna River on Norfolk Southern Railway
Open to traffic

NS Susquehanna River Island Bridge (Selinsgrove) (Snyder County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1892, rebuilt with strengthened trusses ca. 1947
Four-span through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Norfolk Southern Railroad (former Pennsylvania RR)
Open to traffic

Ouaquaga Bridge (Broome County, New York)
Built 1888 by the Berlin Iron Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 1990
Two-span lenticular through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Dutchtown Road
Open to pedestrians only

PA Turnpike Susquehanna River Bridge (York County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1949, opened 1950 with Turnpike's Philadelphia Extension; rehabilitated 1979; replaced 2007
Lost Deck plate girder bridge over Susquehanna River on Pa Turnpike (I-76) in Harrisburg
Replaced by Concrete Segmental Bridge

PA29 Susquehanna River Bridge (Old) (Wyoming County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1903; Replaced 1979
Lost Through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on SR-29
Replaced by a new bridge

Phoenix Road Bridge (Otsego County, New York)
Built around 1895 by the Groton Bridge & Mfg., Co.
Abandoned truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Phoenix Road
Derelict/abandoned

Port Trevorton Railroad Bridge (Snyder County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1853-55 to connect coal mines on east side of river with Pennsylvania Canal on west side; abandoned August 1870 and later demolished
Lost Long through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Trevorton, Mahanoy & Susquehanna Railroad
Removed

PRR - Columbia-Wrightsville Bridge (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Built in 30 days in 1896 to be "temporary" replacement for destroyed covered bridge, with intent of road being added to upper level; neither replacement nor upper deck ever built. Removed 1963
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Pennsylvania Railroad & Lincoln Highway
Removed

PRR - Rockville Bridge (Old) (Dauphin County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1877; replaced 1902
Lost Howe deck truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Pennsylvania Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

PRR - Susquehanna River Bridge (Selinsgrove, First) (Snyder County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1870-71 by Billmeyer, Nogel & Co. for Sunbury & Lewistown RR, which was absorbed by Pennsylvania RR. Destroyed by fire Feb. 1877.
Lost Long through truss bridge over North Branch Susquehanna River on Sunbury & Lewistown RR, later Penna. RR
Replaced by new bridge

PWB Railroad Bridge (Harford County, Maryland)
Built 1866, replaced in stages through the 1870s by an iron truss structure on the same footings
Lost truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Philadelphia, Wilmington & Baltimore Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

Reading - Rupert Bridge (Columbia County, Pennsylvania)
Approaches built 1911, new trusses built 1933/34, abandoned ca. 1976
Bridge over North Branch Susquehanna River on abandoned Reading RR right-of-way
Intact but closed to all traffic

Reading - Sunbury Bridge (Northumberland County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1917
Lost Pony/through plate girder bridge over Susquehanna River on Reading Railroad
Removed but not replaced

Retreat Access Road Bridge (Luzerne County, Pennsylvania)
Built ca. 1910; rehabilitated ca. 1930
Through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Retreat Access Road
Open to traffic

Route 40 Bridge (Cecil County, Maryland)
Built 1928
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Route 40
No longer exists

Shocks Mills Bridge (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1905
Brick arch bridge over Susquehanna River on Norfolk Southern Railway
Open to traffic

South Washington Street Parabolic Bridge (Broome County, New York)
Built 1886 by Berlin Iron Bridge Co.; Closed to vehicles 1969; Rehabilitated 1997 & 2015
Pin connected Lenticular through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on South Washington Street
Open to pedestrians

Susquehanna River Bridge (Broome County, New York)
Built 1935; rehabilitated 1987
Warren through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on CR 48 in Endicott
Open to traffic

Susquehanna River Bridge (Otsego County, New York)
Built 1935; rehabilitated 1974
Through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on NY 357 in Unadilla
Open to traffic

Susquehanna River Bridge (Otsego County, New York)
Built 1932; rehabilitated 1991
Through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on CR 11C


Susquehanna River Bridge (Otsego County, New York)
Built 1932; replaced 2002
Lost pony truss bridge over Susquehanna River on CR 35
No longer exists

Susquehanna River Bridge (Otsego County, New York)
Built 1928; rehabilitated 1971
Concrete arch bridge over Susquehanna River on CR 52 (Susquehanna Road) in Cooperstown
Open to traffic

Susquehanna River Bridge (Bradford County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1942; rehabilitated 1993
Through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on PA 2010
Open to traffic

Susquehanna River Bridge (Luzerne County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1926-29; rehabilitated 1986
Open-spandrel arch bridge over Susquehanna River on PA 1009 (Market Street) in Wilkes-Barre
Open to traffic

Susquehanna River Bridge (Clinton County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1939; replaced 1999
Lost open-spandrel arch bridge over Susquehanna River on PA 150
Replaced by new bridge

Susquehanna River Bridge (Harford County, Maryland)
Original bridge replaced in stages 1873-1880; Converted to road use ca 1910 by private owners; Converted to a double-decker ca. 1923 by the state of Maryland; Replaced 1940; Removed 1943
Lost Pratt through truss and swing bridge over Susquehanna River on Road
Removed but not replaced at exact site

Thomas J. Hatem Memorial Bridge (Harford County, Maryland)
Built 1939; rehabilitated 1988
Through arch bridge over Susquehanna River on US 40 in Havre de Grace
Open to traffic

Water Street Bridge (Luzerne County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1914 by the Penn Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 1984
Through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Water Street in Pittston
Open to traffic

West Nanticoke Bridge (Luzerne County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1914; rehabilitated 1987
Through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Market Street in Nanticoke
Open to traffic