White River

Arkansas-Missouri
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AR 74 White River Bridge (Washington County, Arkansas)
Built 1959; rehabilitated 1990; Replaced 2016
Steel stringer bridge over White River on SH 74
Replaced by a new bridge

Augusta Bridge (Woodruff County, Arkansas)
Completed in November 1930; replaced 2001
Lost cantilevered through truss over White River on US 64 at Augusta
Replaced by a new bridge

Batesville Bridge (Independence County, Arkansas)
Built 1926-27; Replaced by a modern bridge in 1979
Lost through truss swing bridge over White River on US 167 at Batesville
Replaced by a new bridge

Beaver Bridge (Carroll County, Arkansas)
Built 1949 by the Pioneer Construction Co. of Malvern, Arkansas
Suspension bridge over White River (Table Rock Reservoir) on AR 187 at Beaver, northwest of Eureka Springs
Open to one-lane traffic with a 10 ton weight limit

Branson Truss Bridge (Taney County, Missouri)
Lost to Flooding 1943
Lost two-span through truss bridge over the White River in Branson
Destroyed by flooding

BST - Lake Taneycomo Bridge (Taney County, Missouri)
Deck plate girder bridge over Lake Taneycomo (White River) on the MNA Railroad in Branson
Open to traffic

Bull Shoals Dam (Marion County, Arkansas)
Built 1951
Girder bridge over Bull Shoals Dam Spillway on Arkansas Hwy 178
Open to traffic

Clarendon Bridge (Monroe County, Arkansas)
Built 1931 by the Austin Bridge Co.
Cantilevered through truss bridge over White River on US 79 in Clarendon
Intact but closed to all traffic

Cotter Bridge (Baxter County, Arkansas)
Built 1930 by the Marsh Engineering Co. and Bateman Contracting Co.; rehabilitated 2003-04
Six-span rainbow arch bridge over White River on US 62B at Cotter
Open to two-lane traffic

De Valls Bluff Bridge (Prairie County, Arkansas)
Built 1924; new approaches added 1931; repaired in 1972 and 1988; replaced 2002
Lost vertical-lift through truss bridge over White River on US 70 at De Valls Bluff
Replaced by a new bridge

Des Arc Swinging Bridge (Prairie County, Arkansas)
Built 1940-41; Removed in 1970
Lost swinging bridge over White River on AR 38 at Des Arc
No longer exists

Elkins Bridge (Washington County, Arkansas)
Built 1921 by the Luten Bridge Co.
Three-span concrete arch bridge over White River on CR 44 (Mt. Olive Road) in Elkins
Open to one-lane traffic

Kimberling City Bridge (Stone County, Missouri)
Built 1956, replacing an earlier truss bridge inundated by the lake
Through truss bridge on MO 13 over Table Rock Lake (White River) at Kimberling City
Open to traffic

Lake Taneycomo Bridge (Taney County, Missouri)
Built 1931 by Fred Luttjohann, replacing an earlier truss bridge; Refurbished 2011
Five-span open-spandrel arch bridge over Lake Taneycomo (White River) on MO 76/Business US 65 at Branson
Open to traffic

M&NA - White River Bridge (Beaver) (Carroll County, Arkansas)
Built 1907 by the Wisconsin Bridge & Iron Co., replacing an earlier 1882 bridge
Abandoned through truss railroad bridge over White River at Beaver
Derelict with entire deck removed

MNA - White River Bridge (Cotter) (Baxter County, Arkansas)
Built 1905 for the St. Louis, Iron Mountain, and Southern Railway. Swing system only operated one time as a post-construction test.
Through truss swing railroad bridge over White River on the M&NA Railroad at Cotter
Open to railroad traffic

MoPac - Benzel Bridge (Desha County, Arkansas)
Built 1903
Vertical lift through truss bridge over White River on Railroad
Closed to all traffic

Mystery Bridge (Washington County, Arkansas)
Lost through truss bridge somewhere in Washington County, possibly over Middle Fork White River
No longer exists

Newport Bridge (Jackson County, Arkansas)
Built 1930
Cantilevered through truss bridge on AR 367 (formerly US 67) over White River at Newport
Open to two-lane traffic

Old Kimberling City Bridge (Stone County, Missouri)
Built 1927; replaced by new bridge 1956-57 and inundated by waters of Table Rock Lake
Two-span through truss bridge on MO 13, submerged by Table Rock Lake
Submerged under Table Rock Lake but still partially intact with only the north main truss and pony truss spans intact.

Old White River Bridge (Carroll County, Arkansas)
Replaced 1952
Lost Through truss bridge over White River on US 62
Replaced by new bridge

Porter's Bluff Bridge (Benton County, Arkansas)
Built 1902; replaced 1963
Lost through truss over White River (now Beaver Lake) on AR 12 east of Rogers
Replaced by a modern bridge in conjunction with the creation of Beaver Lake

St Charles Ferry (Arkansas County, Arkansas)
Built 1955, replaced by bridge 1982
Lost Ferry across White River on Arkansas Rt 1
No longer exists

Table Rock Lake MO 39 Bridge (Barry County, Missouri)
Built 1958
Cantilevered through truss bridge over Table Rock Lake (White River) on MO 39 near Shell Knob
Currently being repainted and a new deck being installed.

UP - Augusta Bridge (Woodruff County, Arkansas)
Built 1913
Through truss swing bridge over White River on Union Pacific Railroad
Open to traffic

UP - Clarendon Bridge (Monroe County, Arkansas)
Built 1935 by the Virginia Bridge & Iron Co.
Swing-draw through truss railroad bridge over White River at Clarendon, south of the highway bridge
Open to railroad traffic

US62 White River Bridge (Carroll County, Arkansas)
Built 1952 by the Forcum James Company of Dyersburg, Tennessee
Five-span deck truss bridge over White River on US 62
Open to traffic

White River AR 16 Bridge (Washington County, Arkansas)
Lost open-spandrel arch bridge over White River on AR 16, near Fayetteville
No longer exists

White River AR 16 Bridge (Madison County, Arkansas)
Built 1935
Steel stringer bridge over White River on AR 16
Open to traffic

White River Bridge (Washington County, Arkansas)
Built 1947; replaced 2000
Lost Steel stringer bridge over White River on SH 45
Replaced by new bridge

White River Bridge (Washington County, Arkansas)
Built 1961; Replaced 1999
Lost Steel stringer bridge over White River on US 412
Replaced by bridge on new alignment

White River Bridge (Madison County, Arkansas)
Built 1929; Replaced 1992
Lost Steel stringer bridge over White River on AR 23
Replaced by new bridge

White River MO 76 Bridge (Taney County, Missouri)
Built 1953 to cross the new Bull Shoals Lake. The dam for the lake was completed in 1951.
Five-span through truss bridge over White River (Bull Shoals Lake) on MO 76 near Forsyth
Open to two-lane traffic

Wyman Bridge (Washington County, Arkansas)
Built 1908 by the Vincennes Bridge Co.; replaced 2002
Lost through truss over White River on CR 48 (Wyman Road) east of Fayetteville in Fayetteville
Replaced by a new bridge