Built 1864

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Adairs Covered Bridge 38-50-04 #2 (Perry County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1864; damaged by flooding in 1919
Covered bridge over Shermans Creek on Couchtown Road (PA 3008)
Open to traffic

Ashuelot Covered Bridge 29-03-02 (Cheshire County, New Hampshire)
Built 1864; rehabilitated 1999
Covered bridge over Ashuelot River on Gunn Mountain Road in Winchester
Open to traffic

Chestnut Street Overpass (Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1864
Stone arch bridge over 24th Street on Chestnut Street in Philadelphia
Open to traffic

Gothic Arch (New York County, New York)
Built 1864
Cast iron bridge over the bridle path on a pedestrian walkway in Central Park
Open to pedestrians

Knights Ferry Covered Bridge 05-50-01 (Stanislaus County, California)
Built May 1864; closed to traffic June 1981; rehabilitated 1989
Four-span covered bridge over Stanislaus River at Knights Ferry
Open to pedestrians only

Lock One Park Morrison Bridge (Auglaize County, Ohio)
Built 1864; relocated 1894 and again in 1984
Bowstring pony truss bridge over Miami and Erie Canal in New Bremen
Open to pedestrians only

Marysville Pike Covered Bridge 35-21-11x (Delaware County, Ohio)
Built in 1864 by Jarvis Landon, lost in 1913 due to flooding
Lost Bridge over Scioto River on US 36
Destroyed by flooding in 1913

Massachusetts Street Bridge (1st) (Douglas County, Kansas)
Built 1864
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Kansas River on Massachusetts Street (Later US40/59)
Replaced by a new bridge

McLeery Covered Bridge 35-23-25 (Fairfield County, Ohio)
Built 1864, moved to private property in 1983, later moved to park in Lancaster.
Multiple Kingpost through truss bridge
Open to pedestrians

Moseley Wrought Iron Arch Bridge (Essex County, Massachusetts)
Built 1864 at Pacific Mills in Lawrence; relocated 1989; reopened to foot traffic in 1995
Relocated wrought-iron through arch bridge on the grounds of Merrimack College in North Andover
Open to pedestrians

Nicetown Lane Bridge (Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1864
Stone arch bridge over Nicetown Lane on a pedestrain walkway
Open to pedestrians

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

Old PRR - Bow Ridge Tunnel (Indiana County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1864
Abandoned tunnel on former Western Pennsylvania Railroad
Abandoned

Old Red Covered Bridge 13-92-02x (Vermilion County, Illinois)
Built 1864, replaced in 1893
Lost Covered Bridge over Vermilion River on State Street in Danville
Replaced by new bridge

Pontoon Bridge (Morgan County, Alabama)
Built in 1864 for the Union Army
Lost Pontoon bridge over Tennessee River
No longer exists

PRR Conemaugh River Bridge (Indiana County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1864, replaced in 1907
Lost Bridge over Conemaugh River on former Western Pennsylvania Railroad
Removed

Reservoir Bridge Southwest (New York County, New York)
Built 1864
Cast iron bridge over the bridle path on a pedestrian walkway
Open to pedestrians

State Street Swing Bridge (Older) (Cook County, Illinois)
Built 1864, destroyed 1871 in Great Chicago Fire
Lost Bowstring through truss bridge over Chicago River on State Street
Destroyed by fire

USAX - Potomac River Bridge (Old) (Prince George's County, Maryland)
Built 1864
Lost Bridge over Potomac River
Replaced by a new bridge

Valley Pike Covered Bridge 17-81-02 (Mason County, Kentucky)
The Valley Pike bridge is the only privately owned historic covered bridge in the state of Kentucky. In 1972 it was rebuilt by Stock Bower.
Kingpost through truss bridge over Lee's Creek in Fernleaf
Open to traffic

Wallum Lake Road Bridge (Worcester County, Massachusetts)
Built 1864
Stone arch bridge over Southern New England Trunkline Trail on Wallum Lake Road
Open to traffic

West Cornwall Covered Bridge 07-03-02 (Litchfield County, Connecticut)
Built 1864; rehabilitated with hidden steel supports in 1973
Covered bridge over Housatonic River on CT 128
Open to traffic

WPRR - Conemaugh River Bridge (Indiana County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1864, replaced in 1907
Lost bridge over Conemaugh River on former Western Pennsylvania Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge