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19th Century

NP - St. Louis River Bridge (Carlton County, Minnesota)
Built 1870
Lost Bridge over St. Louis River on RR
Demolished

NP - Yellowstone River Bridge (Park County, Montana)
Pratt through truss bridge over Yellowstone River on Abandoned Northern Pacific Line
Closed to all traffic

NRM - South Fork Snoqualmie River Bridge (King County, Washington)
Built 1891 crossing the Elkstone River in Montana; Moved here 1923-4, Rehabbed 2003-4
Pratt through truss bridge over South Fork Snoqualmie River on Railroad
Open to traffic

NS - 61st Street Bridge (Cook County, Illinois)
Built 1898
Pony/through plate girder bridge over 61st Street on Norfolk Southern Railway
Open to traffic

NS - Allegheny Tunnel (Blair County, Pennsylvania)
Constructed 1851-854, Reconstructed in 1941, Adapted for COFC trains in 1994-1995
Tunnel under Allegheny Mountains on Norfolk Southern Railway (formerly PRR)
Open to traffic

NS - Askew Bridge (Berks County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1857
Stone arch bridge over 6th Street on Philadelphia & Reading Railroad
Open to traffic

NS - Biddles Island Bridge (S) (Cass County, Indiana)
Built 1882; Replaced 1998
Lost through truss bridge over Wabash River fork on Norfolk Southern Railway (Norfolk and Western, Wabash Railroads) in Logansport
Replaced

NS - Black Rock Tunnel (Chester County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1838-39, Enlarged 1915, 1994
Tunnel under Black Rock Road on Norfolk Southern Railroad (Former Reading RR)
Open to traffic

NS - Boot Road Overpass (Chester County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1887
Stone arch bridge over Boot Road on Amtrak in East Calan Twp, PA
Open to traffic

NS - Bostian Bridge (Iredell County, North Carolina)
On Aug. 27, 1891 passenger train Number 9 going from Salisbury to Asheville derailed and fell 60 feet off of Bostian Bridge. The wreck killed 30 people and injured many more.
Stone arch bridge over Third Creek on Norfolk Southern RR, 2 miles w. of Statesville, NC along Buffalo Shoals Rd.
Open to traffic

NS - Bristol Road Overpass (Bucks County, Pennsylvania)
Built ca. 1890
Stone arch bridge over Bristol Road on Norfolk Southern Railway in Lower Southampton Twp, PA
Open to traffic

NS - Buck Road Overpass (Bucks County, Pennsylvania)
Built ca. 1890
Stone arch bridge over Buck Road on Norfolk Southern Railway (Former PRR Trenton Cut-Off)
Open to traffic

NS - Consolidated Road Overpass (Preble County, Ohio)
Built in 1880 by unknown Railroad; currently used by Conrail
Stone arch bridge over Consolidated Road on Norfolk Southern Railway
Open to traffic

NS - Flat Rock Tunnel (Montgomery County, Pennsylvania)
Construction started 1838, completed 1840 by the Reading Railroad, widened 1859-60. Height increased early 21st century
Bridge on Norfolk Southern Railroad
Open to traffic

NS - Fourmile Creek Bridge (Polk County, Iowa)
Original 112' bridge built 1891; rebuilt 1904 with this bridge
Timber stringer bridge over Fourmile Creek on Wabash Railroad
Open to rail traffic

NS - Grimm Road Overpass (Woodford County, Illinois)
Built 1888
Stone arch bridge over CR 1550 E (Grimm Rd) on Norfolk Southern RR
Open to traffic

NS - Hannibal Tunnel (Marion County, Missouri)
Built 1871
Tunnel on the Norfolk Southern Railroad just west of the Hannibal Railroad Bridge in Hannibal
Open to railroad traffic

NS - Heaton Road Overpass (Montgomery County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1890
Stone arch bridge over Heaton Road on Norfolk Southern Railway
Open to traffic

NS - Lake Pontchartrain Trestle (St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana)
Originally built 1884. several upgrades have been made since
Bascule bridge over Lake Pontchartrain on Norfolk Southern Railway (former Southern Railway)
Open to traffic

NS - Landis Ridge Tunnel (Bucks County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1853-1857; Alterations 1911
Tunnel under Landis Ridge on Railroad
Open to traffic

NS - Lehigh River Bridge (Northampton County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1897; Two trusses (One deck, one through) lost to flooding 1902; Pinned Pratt through truss Built Late 1902: Rveted Warren Deck Truss Built 1903
Through truss bridge over Lehigh Rive & 3rd Street on Railroad
Open to traffic

NS - Little Conemaugh River Bridge #3 (Cambria County, Pennsylvania)
Built by the PRR
Stone arch bridge over Old Route 53 (Tunnel Street) and Little Conemaugh River on Norfolk Southern RR
Open to traffic

NS - Lower Shellpot Bridge (New Castle County, Delaware)
Built 1888
Pratt through truss bridge over Christina River on Norfolk Southern Railway
Open to traffic

NS - Moline Creek Bridge (St. Louis County, Missouri)
Bridge constructed 1896
Concrete deck girder bridge over Moline Creek on Wabash, later N&W, now NS Railway
Open to traffic

NS - Natural Tunnel (Scott County, Virginia)
Railroad built through the naturally-formed tunnel in 1893.
Tunnel under Natural Tunnel on Norfolk Southern Railway
Open to traffic

NS - Newtown Pike Overpass (S) (Bucks County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1890
Stone arch bridge over Newtown Pike on Norfolk Southern Railway (Former PRR Trenton Cut Off)
Open to traffic

NS - Paris Bridge (Monroe County, Missouri)
Originally built by the Missouri-Kansas-Texas ("Katy") Railroad in 1894, who owned the line from Hannibal westward through Moberly
Through truss bridge over Middle Fork Salt River on the Norfolk Southern Railroad in Paris
Open to railroad traffic

NS - Pioneer Road Overpass (Montgomery County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1890
Stone arch bridge over Pioneer Road on Norfolks Southern RR (formerly Pennsuylvani RR Trenton Cut Off) in Lower Moreland Twp, PA
Open to traffic

NS - Portage Street Overpass (Cambria County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1895
Stone arch bridge over PA 53 (Portage St.) on NS
Open to traffic

NS - Princeton Avenue Bridge (Cook County, Illinois)
Built 1898
Pony/through plate girder bridge over Princeton Avenue on Norfolk Southern Railway
Open to traffic

NS - Sandusky Bay Bridge (Oldest) (Erie County, Ohio)
Built 1896; replaced 1908
Lost Bridge over Sandusky Bay on Norfolk Southern
No longer exists

NS - St. Mary's River Bridge (Allen County, Indiana)
Built 1895
Camelback through truss bridge over St Mary's River on Norfolk Southern Railway
Open to traffic

NS - Standing Stone Creek (Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1891-92, rebuilt 1948
Stone arch bridge over Standing Stone Creek on Norfolk Southern Railway (former PRR)
Open to traffic

NS - Stone Bridge (Cambria County, Pennsylvania)
Built in 1887 by the Pennsylvania Railroad
Stone arch bridge over Conemaugh River on Norfolk Southern main line in Johnstown
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 - Tenn Bridge (Hamilton County, Tennessee)
Built 1880-86, rebuilt 1917-20
Vertical lift through Warren through truss bridge over Tennessee River on the Norfolk-Southern Railway in Chattanooga
Open to railroad traffic

NS - Tributary of Mauvaise Terre Creek Culvert (Morgan County, Illinois)
Built 1875
Stone box culvert over unknown ditch on Wabash, later N&W, later NS Railway
Open to traffic

NS - Tributary of North Fork Mauvaise Terre Creek Bridge #1 (Morgan County, Illinois)
Built 1874
Stone arch bridge over Tributary of North Fork Mauvaise Terre Creek on NS Railway
Open to traffic

NS - Tributary of North Fork Mauvaise Terre Creek Bridge #2 (Morgan County, Illinois)
Built 1869
Stone & brick arch bridge over Tributary of North Fork Mauvaise Terre Creek on NS Railway
Open to traffic

NS - Tributary of North Fork Mauvaise Terre Creek Bridge #3 (Morgan County, Illinois)
Stone arch culvert over Tributary of North Fork Mauvaise Terre Creek on NS Railway
Open to traffic

NS - Unnamed Stream Culvert (Floyd County, Indiana)
Built 1885
Concrete culvert bridge over unamed drainage ditch on NS (Former Southern) Railway in New Albany
Open to traffic

NS - Upper Shellpot Bridge (New Castle County, Delaware)
Built 1888; Rehabilitated 2003;
Pratt through truss bridge over Christina River on Norfolk Southern Railway
Open to traffic

NS - Wissahickon Creek Viaduct (Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1881-1882; Altered 1930
Bridge over Wissahickon Creek, Lincoln Drive, and Wissahickon Bike Trail on Formerly P&R; currently Norfolk Southern & SEPTA
Open to traffic

NS Little Chucky Creek Stone Arch (Greene County, Tennessee)
Built 1858
Stone arch bridge over Little Chucky Creek on Railroad
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

Nubia Bridge (Tompkins County, New York)
Built 1877 by Groton Bridge Company over Fall Creek on Elm Street in Nubia, and relocated to Groton's town park in 1981
Bowstring pony truss bridge on a pedestrian path in the town's park


Nuttallburg Bridge (Fayette County, West Virginia)
Built 1899, abandoned during the 1960s
Lost Pedestrian Suspension Bridge over the New River
Removed but not replaced

NW 80th Road Bridge (Barton County, Missouri)
Built ca. 1890 by the Missouri Valley Bridge & Iron Co.; probably later relocated here
Pony truss bridge over a branch of Dry Wood Creek on NW 80th Road
Open to traffic with a 5 ton weight limit

NWP - Petaluma River Bridge (San Bernardino County, California)
Built in 1891
Parker through truss bridge over Petaluma River on Northwestern Pacific RR
No longer exists

NYC - Catskill Creek Bridge (Greene County, New York)
Built 1884
Lost Whipple deck truss bridge over Catskill Creek on New York Central Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

NYC - Harlem River Bascule Bridge (New York County, New York)
Built 1867; Replaced 1897
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Harlem River on Metro North RR
Replaced by a new bridge

NYC - Harlem River Swing Bridge (New York County, New York)
Built 1896; Replaced 1954
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Harlem River on New York Central Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

NYC - Hudson Arch Bridge (Lenawee County, Michigan)
Built 1871 to replaced a wooden trestle built in 1840
Stone arch bridge over Bean Creek on New York Central RR (abandoned)
Closed to all traffic

NYC - Maiden Lane Bridge (Albany County, New York)
Built 1899, Demolished 1968.
Lost Baltimore through truss bridge over Hudson River, Maiden Lane on New York Central Railroad
Removed

NYC - Maiden Lane Bridge (Old) (Albany County, New York)
Built 1872; Replaced 1899
Lost Whipple through truss bridge over Hudson River on New York Central Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

NYC - New Hamburg Tunnel (Dutchess County, New York)
Built 1848-9, bypassed 1930
Abandoned tunnel on New York Central & Hudson River Railroad
Abandoned

NYC - Rondout Bridge (Ulster County, New York)
Built 1882
Lost Whipple through truss bridge over Rondout Creek on NYC West Shore Line
Replaced by a new bridge

NYC - Rouge River Bridge (Old) (Wayne County, Michigan)
Built 1887; Replaced in 1920
Lost Through truss bridge over Rouge River on New York Central RR
Replaced by a new bridge

NYC - Upper Bridge (Old) (Rensselaer County, New York)
Built 1870; Replaced 1901
Lost Lattice through truss bridge over Hudson River on New York Central Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

NYC - Upper Bridge (Oldest) (Rensselaer County, New York)
Built 1866, Replaced 1870
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Hudson River on New York Central Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

NYLB - Raritan River Bridge (Old) (Middlesex County, New Jersey)
Built 1875; Replaced 1908
Lost Post through truss bridge over Raritan River on New York & Long Branch Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

NYLE - Dayton Tunnel (Cattaraugus County, New York)
Built 1865 by Buffalo & Southwestern Railroad
Tunnel on Erie Railroad
Open to traffic

NYNHL - Norwalk River Bridge (Old) (Fairfield County, Connecticut)
Built in 1895 Removed in 1897
Lost Bridge over Norwalk River on New York New Haven Line RR
Demolished

NYSW - Edgewater Tunnel (Bergen County, New Jersey)
Built 1894 by New York, Susquehanna & Western Railroad to gain access to Hudson River Waterfront. Tracks removed 1992, Pipeline project completed 2013
Tunnel on Railroad through Hudson Palisades
Derelict/abandoned

NYWS&B - Oswego Canal Bridge (Onondaga County, New York)
Built 1884
Lost Bridge over Oswego Canal on New York West Shore & Buffalo RR
No longer exists

O Road Little Nemaha River Bridge (Otoe County, Nebraska)
Built 1895
Pratt through truss bridge over North Fork Little Nemaha River on CR-O, 1 mi. south of Lorton
Open to traffic, 3 to 6 ton weight limit

O'Neal Bridge (Boone County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1892; restored 2008-09
Pratt through truss over Big Eagle Creek on Holliday Drive off of US 421, north of Zionsville
Heavily damaged in farm equipment accident

Oak Grove Road Bridge (Highland County, Ohio)
Built 1874 by the Wrought Iron Bridge Co.
Lost bowstring truss bridge over East Fork Little Miami River on Oak Grove Road (CR 42)
No longer exists. HAER documentation sometime after 1983, bridge removed after that.

Oak Knoll Park Bridge (Stark County, Ohio)
Built 1859 by Joseph Davenport near Alliance; relocated to Massillon in 1899; rehabilitated 2010
Howe pony truss bridge on a footpath at Oak Knoll Park in Massillon
Open to pedestrians

Oak Leaf Trail - Hubbard Park Stone Arch (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
Built 1884
Stone arch bridge over Hubbard Park Drive on Oak Leaf Bike Trail in Shorewood
Open to traffic

Oak Ridge Bridge (Nelson County, Virginia)
Built 1882
Pratt through truss bridge over Norfolk Southern Railway on Wilson Road (Route 653)
Open to traffic

Oak Street Bridge (Hardin County, Iowa)
Built 1898, Replaced 1928
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Iowa River on Oak Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Oak Street Overpass (Strafford County, New Hampshire)
Built 1890; Reconstructed 1928
Lost Bridge over Bmrr on Oak Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Oakalla Covered Bridge 14-67-10 (Putnam County, Indiana)
Built 1898
Covered bridge over Big Walnut Creek on CR 375W
Open to traffic

Oakdale Dam Bridge (Carroll County, Indiana)
Built 1888 by the Columbia Bridge Company, demolished in 1984
Lost Through truss bridge over Tippecanoe River on CR 725N
Demolished

Oakland Mills Bridge (Henry County, Iowa)
Built in 1876; converted to pedestrian bridge in the 1970s and became part of the state park
Pratt through truss bridge over Skunk River on Pedestrian trail (formerly county road) at Oakland Mills State Park
Open to pedestrians

Oaks Creek Bridge (Otsego County, New York)
Built ca.1880 by the Wrought Iron Bridge Company
Through truss bridge over Oaks Creek on Lower Toddsville Road
Closed to all traffic

Oakville Bridge (Louisa County, Iowa)
Built 1895, Replaced 1947
Lost Camelback through truss bridge over Iowa River on Road
Replaced by new bridge

Oakwood Avenue (Shiawassee County, Michigan)
Whipple through truss bridge over Shiawassee River on Oakwood Avenue
Open to pedestrians only

OC&E State Trail - USRS "A" Canal Bridge (Klamath County, Oregon)
Built 1898, 1917 Relocated to Klamath Falls
Pratt through truss bridge over USRS "A" Canal on Oregon, California & Eastern Railroad Trail
Open to pedestrians

OCSR - Nehalem River Bridge (Tillamook County, Oregon)
Originally built for the Central Pacific over the Truckee River at Verdi, California.
Through truss bridge over Nehalem River on Port of Tillamook Bay Railroad
Open

Oelke Road Bridge (Monroe County, Michigan)
Built 1899
Pony truss bridge over North Macon Creek on Oelke Road
Closed to all traffic

Offutt's Ford Covered Bridge 14-70-02 (Rush County, Indiana)
Built 1884 by Kennedy Bros.
Covered bridge over Little Blue River on Offutt Bridge Road
Open to traffic

OH-424 Benien Creek Bridge (Henry County, Ohio)
Built 1850
Stone arch bridge over Benien Creek on OH 424
Open to traffic

OH-424 Oberhaus Creek Bridge (Henry County, Ohio)
Built ca. 1842
Stone arch bridge with pony truss addition over Oberhaus Creek on OH 424 in Napoleon
Open to traffic

Ohio Canal OH 335 Bridge (Pike County, Ohio)
Built 1830-31 by the Ohio Canal Commission
Stone arch bridge over Ohio Canal on OH 335
Open to traffic

Ohio River Blvd. Bridge (Allegheny County, Pennsylvania)
Built ca. 1875
Stone arch bridge over Ferry Street on Ohio River Blvd. in Sewickley
Open to traffic

Ohio Street Bridge (Vanderburgh County, Indiana)
Built 1891 by the Pittsburgh Bridge Co.
Through truss bridge over Pigeon Creek on Ohio Street
Open to pedestrians

Oil Creek Bridge (Venango County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1888 by Massillon Bridge Co.
Through truss bridge over Oil Creek on TR 635 (Miller Farm Road)
Open to traffic

Okoboji Swing Bridge (Dickinson County, Iowa)
Built 1883; Replaced 1909
Lost Timber stringer bridge over Okoboji Lake on Okoboji Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Old 4th St Bridge (Rice County, Minnesota)
Built 1864
Lost Haupt through truss bridge over Cannon River on 4th st
Lost

Old Alton Bridge (Denton County, Texas)
Built 1884 by the King Iron and Bridge Co.; later bypassed
Through truss bridge over Hickory Creek on Old Alton Road in Denton
Open to pedestrians only

Old Appleton Bridge (Cape Girardeau County, Missouri)
Built 1879 by H.W. Sebastian & Co. of St. Louis; washed away by flash flood on December 3, 1982; reconstructed 2005
Wrought-iron through truss bridge over Apple Creek on Main Street in Old Appleton
Open to pedestrians and bicyclists only

Old Arch Bridge (Mifflin County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1813; rehabilitated 2006
Stone arch bridge over Jack's Creek in Lewistown
Open to pedestrians

Old Black Bridge (Covered) (Lawrence County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1815; destroyed by flood 1913
Lost Through truss bridge over Shenango River on Road
Destroyed by flooding

Old Bridgeton Covered Bridge 14-61-04x (Parke County, Indiana)
Built 1868, rehabilitated in 1940, bypassed in 1967, closed to traffic in 1968, arsoned on April 29, 2005, replica bridge built in September 2006
Lost covered bridge over Big Raccoon Creek on CR780S in Bridgeton
Destroyed by fire

Old Carr Bridge (Hillsborough County, New Hampshire)
Built in 1840 by Captain Jonathan Carr
Stone arch bridge over Beard's Brook on Jones Road in Hillsborough
Open to traffic

Old Cedar Avenue Bridge (Dakota County, Minnesota)
Built 1890, removed in 1980 shortly after the current bridge was built.
Lost Through truss bridge over Minnesota River on Cedar Avneue
Removed

Old Clairton Road Bridge (Allegheny County, Pennsylvania)
Built ca. 1886; rehabilitated 1967; removed 2002
Lost wrought-iron through truss bridge over CSX Railroad on Old Clairton Road
Removed but not replaced

Old Clay's Ferry Bridge (Fayette County, Kentucky)
Built 1871; rehabilitated 1955
Two-span through truss bridge over Kentucky River on KY 2328 (Old US 25) in Lexington
Open to traffic