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19th Century

Crybaby Bridge (Piatt County, Illinois)
Built 1899; replaced 2002
Lost through truss bridge over Sangamon River on Crybaby Bridge Road (TR 100), 2 mi. southwest of White Heath
Replaced by a new bridge

Crystal Avenue Bridge (Macon County, Missouri)
Built ca. 1890; relocated here ca. 1920
Through truss bridge over the BNSF Railroad on Crystal Avenue
Open to traffic

Crystal Station Bridge CR 675 E (Dubois County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1890; replaced 1997
Lost through truss bridge over Patoka River on Dubois Rd NE (CR 675E)
Replaced by new bridge

CSOR - Connecticut River Bridge (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Built ca. 1873 by the Hartford, Providence and Fishkill Railroad
Warren through truss with all verticals bridge over Connecticut River on Connecticut Southern Railroad
Open to traffic

CSRX - Ammonoosuc River Bridge (Coos County, New Hampshire)
Built 1892 by Boston Bridge Works
Double intersection Warren through truss bridge over Ammonoosuc River on Railroad
Open to traffic

CSX - Anacostia River Bridge (Washington, District of Columbia)
Built 1892, rebuilt 1972
Pony/through plate girder bridge over Anacostia River on Conrail/CSX RR
Open to traffic

CSX - Boiling Fork Stone Arch Bridge (Franklin County, Tennessee)
Built 1851 as wooden trestle, replaced with stone arch bridge around turn of century
Spectacular stone arch bridge over Boiling Fork Creek on CSX Railroad
Open to traffic

CSX - Butler Creek Stone Arch Bridge (Columbia County, Georgia)
Built 1854
Stone arch bridge over Butler Creek on Railroad (CSX)
Open to traffic

CSX - Carrollton Viaduct (Baltimore, Maryland)
Built in 1829 for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, this is the oldest railroad bridge in the world still in use.
Stone arch bridge over Gwynn's Falls
Open to traffic

CSX - Cumberland Mountain Tunnel (Franklin County, Tennessee)
Built 1852 by Stevenson,V.K
Tunnel under Cumberland Mountains on CSX Railroad
Open to traffic

CSX - Double Arch Bridge (Hampden County, Massachusetts)
Built 1866
Stone arch bridge over West Branch of Westfield River on Railroad
Open to traffic

CSX - Harpers Ferry Tunnel (Washington County, Maryland)
Built 1896; Widened 1931
Tunnel on Railroad
Open to traffic

CSX - Hawk's Nest Bridge (Fayette County, West Virginia)
Originally built for the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway
Parker through truss bridge over New River
Open to traffic

CSX - Highland Falls Bridge (Orange County, New York)
Built 1883
Lattice through truss bridge over Hudson River Shoreline on CSX River Subdivision
Open to traffic

CSX - Hiwassee River Bridge (Reliance) (Polk County, Tennessee)
Built in 1890 on the old "Hook & Eye" route from Etowah to Copperhill, TN
Deck plate girder bridge over Hiwassee River on private railroad (former CSX Railroad Spur)
Open to traffic

CSX - Howard Street Tunnel (Baltimore, Maryland)
1895
Tunnel on CSX Railroad
Open to traffic

CSX - Levisa Branch Bridge (Pike County, Kentucky)
Built 1894 by the Pencoyd Bridge & Construction Co. over Ohio River, moved ca. 1960
Parker Camelback through truss bridge over Big Sandy River (Levisa Fork) at junction with Russell Fork on former CSX Levisa Branch
Closed to all traffic

CSX - New River Bridge (Fayette County, West Virginia)
Built 1899
Through truss bridge over New River on CSX Railroad
Open to traffic

CSX - Ohio River Bridge (Allegheny County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1894
Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Ohio River on Railroad (CSX)


CSX - Ohio River Bridge (Parkersburg) (Wood County, West Virginia)
Crosses Ohio River between Parkersburg, WV, and Belpre, OH. Constructed between 1868-1870 by B&O railroad. Longest in world upon completion at 7140 feet.
Through truss bridge over Ohio River on CSX Railroad
Open to traffic

CSX - Oliver Viaduct (Baltimore County, Maryland)
Built 1829, Spans over Baltimore & Frederick Turnpike/Main Street removed 1931 and replaced.
Stone arch bridge over Tiber River and (Formerly) Baltimore & Frederick Turnpike on CSX Railroad
Open to traffic

CSX - Pinkerton Tunnel (Somerset County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1885, daylighted ca. 2012 for higher clearances
Tunnel on Railroad (CSX)
Demolished

CSX - Salt River Swing Bridge (Bullitt County, Kentucky)
Built ca 1889
Lost Warren through truss bridge over Salt River on CSX Line
Replaced by new bridge

CSX - Schuylkill River Viaduct (Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1853-56; Altered 1935
Stone arch bridge over Schuylkill River on CSX Railroad


CSX - Seneca Lift Bridge (Grundy County, Illinois)
Three-span through truss railroad bridge with center lift span over the Illinois River east of Seneca. Damaged by a train derailment and collapse in 1916.
Three-span Pratt through truss bridge with center lift span over Illinois River on CSX Rail spur in Seneca
In use; rail line leased by CSX Transportation through 2030

CSX - Sugar Creek Bridge (Montgomery County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1893 for the Monon Railroad
Deck girder bridge over Sugar Creek on CSX Transportation north of Crawfordsville
Open to traffic

CSX - Thomas Viaduct (Howard County, Maryland)
Built 1835
Eight-span stone arch bridge over Patapsco River on the B&O Railroad between Relay and Elkridge
Open to traffic

CSX - Town Hill Road Overpass (Hampshire County, Massachusetts)
Built 1865, widened 1913
Stone arch bridge over Water Factory Brook & Town Hill Road on Railroad
Open to traffic

CSX - Tunnelton Tunnel (Lawrence County, Indiana)
Originally built for 6' gauge. Lined with brick and shortened to 1731 ft. about 1898
Tunnel on CSX Transportation
Open to traffic

CSX - White River Bridge (Marion County, Indiana)
Built in 1886 by the Keystone Bridge Company.
Through truss bridge over White River in Indianapolis
Open to traffic

CSX - Wildcat Creek Trestle (Carroll County, Indiana)
Built 1893, abandoned in 1992, main span damaged by high water in 2004, demolished summer 2013
Abandoned Deck girder over Wildcat Creek on former Monon Railroad north of Owasco
Removed

CSX Cumberland Gap Tunnel (Claiborne County, Tennessee)
Built in 1888 -1889 by the Powell's Valley Railroad; sold the same year to the Knoxville, Cumberland Gap and Louisville Railroad; sold in 1896 to the Louisville & Nashville Railroad. Now owned by CSX Railroad to connect Norfolk-Southern RR
Tunnel under Cumberland Mountain on CSX Railroad at Cumberland Gap
Open to traffic

CSX Indian Creek Viaduct (Fayette County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1868
Stone arch bridge over Indian Creek on Railroad
Open to traffic

CSX Rt. 155 Overpass (Harford County, Maryland)
Built ca. 1890
Stone arch bridge over Md. Rt. 155 (Superior Street) on CSX Transportation (former Baltimore & Ohio Railroad)
Open to railroad traffic

CSX Spur - I&M Canal Bridge (Will County, Illinois)
Original canal bridge possibly pre-1900
Old Railroad Swing bridge over I&M Canal on CSX RR Industial Spur
Seldom Used

CTA Green Line/IC Overpass (Cook County, Illinois)
Built 1892; Closed 1982; Removed 1984
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Illinois Central Railroad on Chicago Transit Authority Green Line
Removed

CTM - Bloomingdale Line Swing Bridge (Cook County, Illinois)
Built 1899 to replace earlier wooden through truss swing bridge
Deck plate girder bridge over North Branch Chicago River on Chicago Terminal Railway
Open to traffic

CTT - South Branch Chicago River Lift Bridge (Cook County, Illinois)
Built 1899
Lost Warren double leaf rolling lift through truss bascule bridge over South Branch Chicago River on Grand Central Station RR
No longer exists

CTT - West Fork South Branch Chicago River Bridge (Cook County, Illinois)
Built 1898
Lost deck plate girder bridge over West Fork South Branch Chicago River (No longer exists) on Chicago Terminal Transfer Railroad
No longer exists

Cuba Road Bridge (Baltimore County, Maryland)
Built 1893 by the Wrought Iron Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 1979
Through truss bridge over Western Run on Cuba Road
Open to traffic

Culbertson Covered Bridge 35-80-03 (Union County, Ohio)
Built 1868
Covered bridge over Treacle Creek on Winget Road
Open to one-lane traffic

Culvert Road Tunnel (Orleans County, New York)
Built 1823
Stone arch tunnel under the Erie Canal on Culvert Road
Open to traffic

Cumberland Covered Bridge 14-27-01 (Grant County, Indiana)
Built 1877; rehabilitated 1999
Covered bridge over Mississinewa River on CR 990E in Matthews
Open to traffic

Cumberland Valley RR Bunker Hill Bridge (Berkeley County, West Virginia)
Built 1889
Stone arch bridge over Mill Creek on Wincheater & Western RR (former PRR/Cumberland Valley RR)
Open to traffic

Cunningham Bridge (Madison County, Iowa)
Built 1886; Moved to a trail in 2008
Pony truss bridge over North River on Upland Trl
Open to pedestrians only

Cunningham Lane Bridge (Richland County, Wisconsin)
Built 1895; Replaced 1988
Lost Pratt pony truss bridge over Pine River on Cunningham Lane in Town of Rockbridge
Replaced by new bridge

Cunningham Road Bridge (Adams County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1894 by the Pittsburgh Bridge Co./Nelson & Buchanan
Through truss bridge over Marsh Creek on PA 3008
Demolished and replaced.

Cuppett's Covered Bridge 38-05-18 (Bedford County, Pennsylvania)
Built i 1882
Burr arch-truss bridge over Dunning Creek
Open to pedestrians only

Curtis Creek Bridge (Adams County, Illinois)
Built 1899; rehabilitated 1995
Stone arch bridge over Curtis Creek on South 8th Street in Quincy
Open to two-lane traffic

Cussewago Creek Bridge (Crawford County, Pennsylvania)
Built ca. 1895; rehabilitated ca. 1955
Pony truss bridge over Cussewago Creek on TR 751
Open to traffic

Cussewago Creek Bridge (Crawford County, Pennsylvania)
Built ca. 1895; rehabilitated ca. 1990
Pony truss bridge over Cussewago Creek on Center Road (TR 841)
Replaced by a new bridge

Cutler Covered Bridge 14-08-04x (Carroll County, Indiana)
Built 1876
Burr arch-truss covered bridge over Wildcat Creek on 500s west of Cutler.
lost

Cutler-Donahoe Covered Bridge (Madison County, Iowa)
Built 1871; relocated in 1970; rehabilitated 1997
Covered bridge over a ditch in Winterset City Park
Open to pedestrians only

Cuttalossa Creek Bridge in Solebury Twp, PA (Bucks County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1886
Stone arch bridge over Cuttalossa Creek on Sugan Road in Solebury Township, Pa. Bucks Count Bridge #169
Open to traffic

Cuzco Road Bridge (Dubois County, Indiana)
Built in 1891 by the Lafayette Bridge Company; abandoned for many years before being replaced
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Patoka River on Cuzco Road
Replaced by new bridge

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

CWI - Calumet River Bridge (Older) (Cook County, Illinois)
Built 1895 Replaced 1912
Lost Through truss bridge over Calumet River on Chicago & Western Indiana RR
Replaced by a new bridge

CWRR - Yakima River Bridge (Yakima County, Washington)
Built 1891; Nnearly destroyed in the flood of 1964 and placed on new piers.
Pratt through truss bridge over Yakima River on Central Washington Railroad
Open to traffic

Cynthiana Covered Bridge 17-49-05x (Harrison County, Kentucky)
Built 1808; Played important role in the raid on Cynthiana during Civil War; Removed 1948
Lost Burr arch-truss bridge over South Fork Licking River on Bridge Street
Removed

D&W - Charles Street Overpass (Fayette County, Iowa)
Built ca. 1899
Concrete stringer bridge over Charles Street on D&W Railroad
Open to traffic

Dade Terrell Bridge (Delaware County, Ohio)
Built 1874, declared unsafe by the county after January 1959 flood, torn down and sold for scrap
Lost Bridge over Alum Creek on Howard Road (Twp Rd, 77)
Torn down and sold for scrap in 1959

DAIR - Big Sioux Crossing (Hawarden) (Sioux County, Iowa)
Built Ca. 1894, Moved Here Ca. 1914
Pratt through truss bridge over Big Sioux River on Dakota & Iowa Railroad
Open to traffic

Dairy Lane Bridge (Atoka County, Oklahoma)
Through truss bridge over the Union Pacific Railroad on Dairy Lane (E1844)
Open to traffic

Dakota City Bridge (Older) (Humboldt County, Iowa)
Built 1871, replaced 1913
Lost bowstring through truss bridge over East Fork Des Moines River on local road
Replaced by a new bridge

Dalehead Arch (New York County, New York)
Built 1860-62 by Calvert Vaux
Stone arch bridge over the bridle path on West Drive in Central Park
Open to traffic

Dalton Covered Bridge 29-07-05 (Merrimack County, New Hampshire)
Built 1853 by Joshua Sanborn; Rehabilitated 1963
Covered Queenspost/Long through truss bridge over Warner River on Joppa Road West in Warner
Open to traffic

Dan River Riverwalk Bridge (Danville, Virginia)
Built 1898 by the A&P Roberts Co.
Warren through truss bridge over Dan River on pedestrian path (formerly Richmond and Danville Railroad) in Danville
Open to pedestrians

Danville Bowstring Bridge (Piers Only) (Yell County, Arkansas)
Built 1880
Piers only. Original bowstring bridge over Petit Jean River at this location was relocated in 1922 to Mickles, ARK.
Replaced by new bridge

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

Darlington Covered Bridge 14-54-01 (Montgomery County, Indiana)
Built 1868
Two-span covered bridge over Sugar Creek on CR 500 North, west of Darlington
Open to pedestrians only

Daro Road Bridge (Luzerne County, Pennsylvania)
Built ca. 1895
Pony truss bridge over Huntington Creek on TR 490
Open to traffic

David Murdock Trail - Stevens Creek Bridge (Lancaster County, Nebraska)
Built 1889
Deck plate girder bridge over Stevens Creek on Trail
Open to pedestrians

Davis Avenue Bridge (Allegheny County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1898, rehabilitated 1986, closed to traffic in 2001, demolished on May 6, 2009
Lost deck truss bridge over Woods Run Avenue on Davis Avenue in Pittsburgh
Demolished

Davis Bridge (Howard County, Iowa)
Built 1879; Replaced 1992
Lost Bowstring through truss bridge over Upper Iowa River on Mill Road in Forest City Township
Replaced by new bridge

Davis Covered Bridge 38-19-16 (Columbia County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1875; rehabilitated 1997
Covered bridge over Roaring Creek on Shakespeare Road, south of Catawissa
Open to traffic

Davis Ferry Bridge (Lawrence County, Indiana)
Built 1875; Raized in the 1920's
Lost Through truss Bridge over East Fork White River on possible old alignment of US 50
Removed but not replaced

Davis Lane Bridge (Mason County, Kentucky)
Built 1894
Pratt through truss bridge over North Fork Licking River on Davis Lane
Open to traffic

Day Covered Bridge 38-63-12 (Washington County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1875
Queenpost through truss bridge over Short Creek on Covered Bridge Road
Open to traffic

De Witt Mill Bridge (Gage County, Nebraska)
Built 1887 by the King Iron Bridge Co.
Abandoned pratt through truss bridge over Big Blue River on an abandoned road
Abandoned

Deacon Mesmer Bridge (Shelby County, Missouri)
Built 1899; later relocated here
Camelback through truss bridge over South Fabius River on CR 166/310th Lane
Open to one-lane traffic on a minimal-maintenance road

Dean Road Bridge (Lorain County, Ohio)
Built 1898 by the Massillon Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 1992
Through truss bridge over Vermilion River on Dean Road
Open to traffic

Dearborn River High Bridge (Lewis and Clark County, Montana)
Built 1897 by the King Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 2003
Deck truss bridge over Dearborn River on CR 300
Open to traffic

Dearborn Street Drawbridge (Oldest) (Cook County, Illinois)
Built 1834 as Chicago's first drawbridge; removed 1839
Lost Timber drawbridge over Chicago River on Dearborn Street
Replaced by a new bridge

DeArmond Ford Bridge (Decatur County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1890
Three-span stone arch bridge over Sand Creek on CR 400 South
Open to traffic

Deep Cut Lake Road Bridge #46 (Martin County, Indiana)
Built 1890; rehabilitated 1994
Pony truss bridge over Beaver Creek on CR 420E (Deep Cut Lake Road)
Open to traffic

Deep Cut Lake Road Bridge #47 (Martin County, Indiana)
Built 1890; rehabilitated 1994
Pratt pony truss bridge over Beaver Creek on Deep Cut Lake Road
Open to traffic

Deep Cut Lake Road Bridge #50 (Martin County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1890; rehabilitated 1995
Pratt through truss bridge over Beaver Creek on Deep Cut Lake Road
Open to traffic

Deer Creek CR 25W Bridge (Miami County, Indiana)
Replaced 1992
Lost pony truss bridge over Deer Creek on CR 25 W
Replaced by new bridge

Deer Creek CR 400E Bridge (Cass County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1885
Lost Pratt pony truss bridge over Deer Creek on County Road 400 East
Replaced by a new bridge

Deer Creek SR75 Bridge (Carroll County, Indiana)
Built ca.1889 by the Indiana Bridge Company
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Deer Creek on Old section of SR75 South of Camden
Replaced by new bridge

Deer Creek-Old Queens Rd. Bridge (Labette County, Kansas)
Abandoned pony truss bridge over Deer Creek on Queens Road (Abandoned)
Derelict/abandoned

Deer Lakes Golf Course Bridge (Livingston County, Kentucky)
According to website (http://www.deerlakesgc.com/) bridge was built 1898 as an original bridge for the Trail of Tears
Lattice pony truss bridge over Sandy Creek on a golf cart trail and a portion of the Trail of Tears
Open to golf cart traffic

Deer Park Golf Course Bridge (Harris County, Texas)
Built 1891 over Leon River in Coryell County, relocated to CR 322 in same county on or around 1950, and then relocated to current location in 1993
Pratt through truss bridge over a lake on a golfcart/pedestrian trail in Deer Park Golf Course
Open to pedestrians

Deer River Bridge (Lewis County, New York)
Built 1890
Pratt pony truss bridge over Deer River on Vorce Road
Open to pedestrians

Deer's Mill Covered Bridge 14-54-03 (Montgomery County, Indiana)
Built 1878
Covered bridge over Sugar Creek at Deer's Mill
Open to pedestrians

Delaware Aqueduct (Pike County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1848 by John A. Roebling to carry the Delaware & Hudson Canal; later converted for highway traffic; rehabilitated 1985
Suspension bridge over Delaware River on the former Delaware & Hudson Canal
Open to one-lane traffic

Delaware Avenue Trail - Black Bridge (Albany County, New York)
Built ca. 1890
Lattice through truss bridge over Mohawk River on former Delaware & Hudson Railroad
Open to pedestrians

Delevan Covered Bridge (Cattaraugus County, New York)
Built 1872, Replaced 1921
Lost Town lattice through truss bridge over South Branch Cattaraugus Creek on RT 16
Replaced by a new bridge