Built 1854

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Abandoned NYC - Blues Creek Stone Arch (Delaware County, Ohio)
Built ca. 1854
Abandoned stone arch bridge over Blues Creek on Abandoned railroad
Abandoned

Amoskeag Falls Bridge 29-06-20x (Hillsborough County, New Hampshire)
Built 1854
Burr long Through truss bridge over Merrimack River
Collapsed

B&O - Grafton Bridge (Taylor County, West Virginia)
Built 1854
Lost Fink through truss bridge over Tygart Valley River on B&O Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

Barryville-Shohola Suspension Bridge (Pike County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1854; Damaged by severe wind storm 1859; Cables snapped 1865; Repaired & rehabilitated 1866; Replaced 1941
Lost Wire suspension bridge over Deleware River on SR434
Replaced by a new bridge

Bement Covered Bridge 29-07-03 (Merrimack County, New Hampshire)
Built 1854; rehabilitated 1964
Covered bridge over West Branch Warner River on Bradford Center Road in Bradford
Open to traffic

Bowerston Tunnel (Harrison County, Ohio)
Built by the Steubenville & Indiana, bypassed by the Pennsylvania RR in 1950
Abandoned tunnel on Former PPR
Derelict/abandoned

Cades Mill Covered Bridge 14-23-02 (Fountain County, Indiana)
Built 1854 by Captain White
Covered bridge over Coal Creek on Cades Hollow Road
Open to pedestrians only

Carver-Wismer Road Bridge in Carversville, PA (Bucks County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1854
Stone arch bridge over Paunnacussing Creek on Carver-Wismer Road in Carversville, Solebury Twp, PA
Open to traffic

CNJ/Bel-Del/LV - Delaware River Double-Decker Bridge (Northampton County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1854; Supllemental Spans added 1866; Replaced 1876
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Delaware River on Central Railroad of New Jersey/Lehigh Valley Railway (Upper Deck) & Belvidere Delaware Railroad (Lower Deck)
Replaced by a new bridge

CNW - Rock River Covered Deck Truss (Winnebago County, Illinois)
Built 1854; Replaced 1896
Lost Deck truss bridge over Rock River on Chicago & North Western Railway
Replaced by a new bridge

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

Deep Run Road Bridge (Bucks County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1854
Lost Stone arch bridge over Deep Run on Deep Run Road
Replaced by new bridge

Ege Bridge (Cumberland County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1854
Stone arch bridge over Yellow Breeches Creek on Boiling Springs Road in Boiling Springs
Open to traffic

Fagleysville Road Bridge (Montgomery County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1854, alterations in 1994 and 2003
Stone arch bridge over West Swamp Creek on Fagleysville Road in Upper Frederick
Open to traffic

Felfoot Bridge (Washington County, Maryland)
Built 1854; rehabilitated 1996
Stone arch bridge over Little Antietam Creek on Dogstreet Road in Keedysville
Open to traffic

Fisher's Bridge (Berks County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1854
Lost Through truss bridge over Manatawny Creek on Blacksmith Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Johnson's Mill Covered Bridge 38-36-35x (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1854; Reconstructed 1867; Destroyed by Hurricane Agnes June 22, 1972
Lost Burr arch-truss bridge over Chiques Creek on Marietta Avenue
Destroyed by hurricane

Main Street Bridge (Montgomery County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1854
Stone arch bridge over Stony Creek on Main Street at corner of W. Main St & Water Street in Norristown, PA
Open to traffic

Mary's River Covered Bridge 13-79-01 (Randolph County, Illinois)
Built 1854; carried traffic until 1930; rehabilitated 1954 and 2004-05
Covered bridge over Little Mary's River northeast of Chester, just off IL 150
Open to pedestrians only

Mystic River Bridge (Oldest) (New London County, Connecticut)
Built 1854; replaced 1866
Lost Stringer bridge over Mystic River on Trolley
No longer exists

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

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

Redwood City Bridge (San Mateo County, California)
Built 1854 removed 1910
Lost Bridge over Redwood Creek on Highway Traffic
No longer exists

Sachs Covered Bridge 38-01-01 (Adams County, Pennsylvania)
Built in 1852 by David S. Stoner. On June 19, 1996, a flash flood knocked the bridge from one of its abutments. It was restored: over 75% of its original structure was used. It was reconstructed in 1996. The bridge was rededicated on July 21, 1997
Through truss bridge over Marsh Creek on Waterworks Road


Southside - High Bridge (Original) (Cumberland County, Virginia)
Built 1854; Ruined during Civil War; Replaced 1869
Lost Timber stringer bridge over Appomattox River on Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

ST - Hoosac Tunnel (Berkshire County, Massachusetts)
Longest tunnel built at its time, 194 killed during construction, most important piece of railroad history.
Tunnel under Hoosac Mountains on Pan Am Railways
Open with daily traffic

Stoney Garden Road Bridge (Bucks County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1854
Stone arch bridge over Haycock Creek on Stoney Garden Road
Open to traffic

Stony Creek Bridge (Montgomery County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1854 as a single arch; Flood damage 1865; Reconstructed with two arches 1865; Replaced 1982
Lost Stone arch bridge over Stony Creek on Marshall Street
Replaced by new bridge

Stony Garden Road Bridge Nockamxion Twp, PA (Bucks County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1854
Stone arch bridge over Haycock Creek on Stoney Garden Road in Nockamixon Twp,PA. See: Pennsylvania's Project Keystone for more info on bridge..
Open to traffic

Water Street Bridge (Kennebec County, Maine)
Built 1854
Stone arch bridge over Bond Brook on Water Street in Augusta
Open to traffic

Wellersburg & Jennings Run Railroad Trestle (Allegany County, Maryland)
Built 1854
Lost Deck girder trestle bridge over Maryland Route 36 and Jennings Run on The Wellersburg & Jennings Run Railroad
Demolished

Westover Bridge (Old) (Monongalia County, West Virginia)
Built 1854
Lost Suspension bridge over Monongahela River on Rt 19
Replaced by a new bridge