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Built 1907

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Slayden Bridge (Gonzales County, Texas)
Built 1907
Through truss bridge over San Marcos River on CR 232
Open to traffic

Smith Creek Railroad Trestle (ruins) (Montgomery County, Arkansas)
Built 1907
Lost Bridge over Smith Creek on former Missouri Pacific Railroad
Removed

Smith Crossing Bridge (Midland County, Michigan)
Built 1907
Through truss bridge over Tittabawassee River on Smith Crossing Road
Closed to all traffic

Soo Line Junction Overpass (Ramsey County, Minnesota)
Built 1907
Warren through truss bridge over BNSF Railway on Soo Line Railroad
Open to traffic

South Branch Little Wolf River Bridge (Waupaca County, Wisconsin)
Built 1907
Stone arch bridge over South Branch Little Wolf River on Mill Street in Scandinavia
Open to traffic

South Branch Salt Creek Bridge (Tama County, Iowa)
Built 1907
Through truss bridge over South Branch Salt Creek on U Avenue
Closed to all traffic

South Main Street Bridge (Eaton County, Michigan)
Built 1907; Replaced 1995
Lost Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Mill Race on M-99 & M-50 in Eaton Rapids
Replaced by new bridge

SP - Calcasieu River Bridge (Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana)
Lost Through truss bridge over the Calcasieu River on Southern Pacific Railroad
Destroyed by severe weather

SP - Truckee River Bridge (Abandoned) (Washoe County, Nevada)
Built in 1907 when the mainline ran along this route but was subsequently re-routed south of the Truckee River. In 1913, it became part of the Fernley Lassen Railroad Line which operated until 1955. The line was officially abandoned in1978.
Through truss bridge over Truckee River on Union Pacific Railroad
Open to pedestrians only

Spangberg Ford Bridge (Benton County, Missouri)
Built 1907 by the Kansas City Bridge Co.
Pin connected Pratt Truss bridge over Brush Creek on CR NW 901
Replaced by a new Low Water Crossing

Spring Street Bridge (Jo Daviess County, Illinois)
Built 1907;
Through truss bridge over Galena River on Route 84 Spring Street
Replaced by a new bridge

SPS - Willamette River Bridge (Linn County, Oregon)
Built 1907; Burned 1939; Rpelaced 1972
Lost Warren deck truss bridge over Willamette River on Spokane, Portland & Seattle Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

Squaw Creek Footbridge (Story County, Iowa)
Built in 1907 by the Chicago & North Western Railway; Lost to flooding in 1918
Lost Truss bridge over Squaw Creek on footpath
Destroyed by flooding

Staunton River Norfolk Southern Railway Bridge (Pittsylvania County, Virginia)
Built 1907
Deck plate girder bridge over Staunton/Roanoke River on NSRR
Open to traffic

Stone Bridge (Newport County, Rhode Island)
Built 1907; Damaged by Hurricane Carol 1954; Closed 1955; Replaced 1956
Lost Double leaf bascule bridge over Sakonnet River on Stone Bridge Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Sugar River Trail - Pier Railroad Covered Bridge 29-10-03#2 (Sullivan County, New Hampshire)
Built in 1907 by the Boston & Maine Railroad to replace an earlier covered bridge.
Lattice through truss bridge over Sugar River on Sugar River Trail
Open to pedestrians

Swope Park / Kansas City Zoo Suspension Footbridge (Jackson County, Missouri)
Built 1907; Rehabilitated 1994
Wire suspension bridge over Blue River on Non-Motorized Path
Open to pedestrians

Sylvan Slough Viaduct (Rock Island County, Illinois)
Built 1907, Redecked 1967.
Pony plate girder bridge over Sylvan Slough on 24th Street
Open to traffic

Taft Bridge (Washington, District of Columbia)
Built 1907; rehabilitated 1995
Concrete arch bridge over Rock Creek on Connecticut Avenue
Open to traffic

Teilbur Bridge (Clay County, Iowa)
Built 1907 by the Clinton Bridge & Iron Works, rebuilt in 1991 after an accident destroyed the south approach span.
Through truss bridge over Little Sioux River on 240th Avenue/470th Street east of US 71
Open to one-lane traffic with a weight limit

Ten Eyck Road Bridge (Green County, Wisconsin)
Built 1907; Replaced 1996
Lost Pratt pony truss bridge over Sugar River on Ten Eyck Road in Town of Decatur
Replaced by new bridge

Texas Creek Bridge (Fremont County, Colorado)
Built 1907 by the Pueblo Bridge Co.
Pony truss bridge over Arkansas River on CR 27 at Texas Creek
Open to traffic

The Clinchfield Loops - D: 1st Washburn Tunnel (McDowell County, North Carolina)
1st Washburn Tunnel is the 41st tunnel on the historic Clinchfield Railroad, and 4th on the descent of the railroad down the Blue Ridge to Ashford, NC
Tunnel under Washburn Ridge on Clinchfield Railroad (now CSX)
Open to traffic

The Clinchfield Loops - E: 2nd Washburn Tunnel (McDowell County, North Carolina)
Built as part of the S & W's Altapass to Marion segment; north end rehabilitated 1925, south end rehabilitated 1913
Tunnel under Washburn Ridge on Clinchfield Railroad (now CSX)
Open to traffic

The Clinchfield Loops - F: Quinn Knob Tunnel (McDowell County, North Carolina)
Quinn Knob Tunnel is the 6th tunnel on the Clinchfield Railroad's historic 'Loops' line descending the Blue Ridge, and is the 43rd tunnel on the line built from Elkhorn City, KY to Spartanburg, SC
Tunnel under Quinn;s Knob Ridge, an offshoot of Washburn Ridge on Clinchfield Railroad (now CSX)
Open to traffic

The Clinchfield Loops - G: 3rd Washburn Tunnel (McDowell County, North Carolina)
The third in a series of tunnels that surround Washburn Ridge, in the Clinchfield Railroad's historic descent from the Blue Ridge to the Atlantic coast , tunnel rehabilitated 1913
Tunnel under Washburn Ridge on Clinchfield Railroad (now CSX)
Open to traffic

The Clinchfield Loops - I: Lower Bridle Path Tunnel (McDowell County, North Carolina)
Built as part of the S & W Railway's historic Altapass to Marion segment
Tunnel under Bridle Path Ridge on Clinchfield Railroad (now CSX)
Open to traffic

The Clinchfield Loops - K: Lower Pine Ridge Tunnel (McDowell County, North Carolina)
Built as part of the S & W's Altapass to Marion segment; rehabilitated 1914
Tunnel under Pine Ridge on Clinchfield Railroad (now CSX)
Open to traffic

The Clinchfield Loops - L: Bird Ridge Tunnel (McDowell County, North Carolina)
Built as part of the S & W's Altapass to Marion segment; rehabilitated 1914
Tunnel under Bird Ridge on Clinchfield Railroad (now CSX)
Open to traffic

The Trussell (Geneva County, Alabama)
Built September 30, 1907 for the Central of Georgia Railway; Abandoned 1992 when Hartford & Slocomb Railroad ended service.
Abandoned closed-spandrel arch bridge over Hurricane Creek on old Hartford and Slocomb Railroad about 300 yards south of Coe Road
Abandoned

THI&E - Cartersburg Bridge (Hendricks County, Indiana)
Built 1907
Abandoned luten arch bridge over West Fork of White Lick Creek on Old Interurban Railroad
Derelict/abandoned

Third Street Bridge (Tazewell County, Illinois)
Built 1907 by the Kellogg Bridge Co.
Pony truss bridge over City Park on Third Street in Delavan
Open to traffic

TMER&L - Fox River Bridge (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Built 1907; Removed 1939
Lost Pony/through plate girder bridge over Fox River on The Milwaukee Electric Railway & Light Co.
Removed

Trumbauer Road Bridge in Towamencin Township (Montgomery County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1907; rehabilitated 1990
Stone arch bridge over Towamencin Creek on Trumbauer Road in Towamencin Township, PA
Open to traffic

Tug Fork Bridge (McDowell County, West Virginia)
Built or relocated here in 1907
Through truss bridge over Tug Fork on CR 7/13
Demolished

Tuscarawas Avenue Bridge (Tuscarawas County, Ohio)
Built 1907 by the Concrete - Steel Engr. Co., New York; rehabilitated 1956; Replaced 2010
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Tuscarawas River on Tuscarawas Avenue in Dover
Replaced by new UCEB

Tweed Creek Bridge (Chester County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1907; Replaced 1998
Lost Concrete stringer bridge over Tweed Creek on Hopewell Road
Replaced by a new bridge

UP - 5th Street Overpass (Yuba County, California)
Built 1907
Slab bridge over 5th Street on Up Rr & Bnsf Ry
Unknown status

UP - 60th Street Rail Crossing (Douglas County, Nebraska)
Built 1907
Warren through truss with all verticals bridge over old C&NW grade on Railroad (UP)
Open to traffic

UP - Altamont Pass Road Overpass (Alameda County, California)
Built 1907
Warren through truss railroad bridge over Altamont Pass Road.
Open to traffic

UP - Bayou Manard Bridge (Muskogee County, Oklahoma)
Through truss bridge over Bayou Manard on Union Pacific Railroad
Open to traffic

UP - Canterbury Avenue Overpass (St. Louis County, Missouri)
Built ca. 1907
Slab bridge over Canterbury Avenue on the Union Pacific Railroad in Maplewood
Open to two tracks of railroad traffic

UP - Iceland Bridge (Nevada County, California)
Built 1907 by the American Bridge Co.
Camelback through truss bridge over Truckee River on Union Pacific Railroad
Open to traffic

UP - Lake Oswego Bridge (Clackamas County, Oregon)
The bridge was built in 1907 by the Southern Pacific Railroad, in response to the desires of Portland city planners for an eastside railway bypass to keep rail traffic out of downtown Portland.
Parker through truss bridge over Willamette River on Union Pacific Railroad in Lake Oswego
Open to traffic

UP - Lee Creek Bridge (Crawford County, Arkansas)
Built 1907
Warren through truss bridge over Lee Creek on Union Pacific Railroad in (adjacent) Van Buren
Open to traffic

UP - Mill Street Overpass (Sheboygan County, Wisconsin)
Built 1907
Pony/through plate girder bridge over Wis 67/Mill Street on C&NW (abandoned) in Plymouth
Closed to all traffic

UP - Multnomah Creek Bridge (Multnomah County, Oregon)
Built 1907
Pony/through plate girder bridge over Multnomah Creek on Union Pacific Railroad
Open to traffic

UP - Riverside Street Overpass (Rock County, Wisconsin)
Built 1907
Concrete arch bridge over Riverside Street on Union Pacific Railroad in Janesville
Open to traffic

UP - Rockport Road Overpass (Rock County, Wisconsin)
Built 1907
Concrete arch bridge over Rockport Road on Union Pacific Railroad in Janesville
Open to traffic

UP - South Omaha Rail Crossing (Douglas County, Nebraska)
Built 1907
Warren pony truss bridge over BNSF Railway on Union Pacific Railroad
Open to traffic

UP - Tunnel 35 (Grand County, Colorado)
Built 1906-7
Tunnel on Union Pacific Railroad
Open to traffic

UP - Tunnel 39 (Grand County, Colorado)
Built 1906-7
Tunnel on Union Pacific Railroad
Open to traffic

UP - Twin Cities Bridge (Sutter County, California)
Built 1907; Road trusses removed ca. 1955 due to flooding damage.
Pin connected Pratt through truss bridge over Feather River on railroad trail
Open to pedestrians

UP - West Verdi Bridge (Washoe County, Nevada)
Built in 1907 by the American Bridge Co.
Camelback through truss bridge over Truckee River on BSNF Union Pacific Railroad
Open to traffic

UP - Yuba River Bridge (Yuba County, California)
Built 1907
Warren through truss bridge over Biz Johnson Drive and the Yuba River on the UP Railroad
Open to traffic

Upper Selah Bridge (2nd) (Yakima County, Washington)
Built 1907; Replaced 1947
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Yakima River on 4th Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Valley Creek Bridge Tredyffrin Townshp (Chester County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1907 (Bypassed w/new bridge-carries a pedestrian trail)
Stone arch bridge over Valley Creek on Cedar Hollow Road
Open to traffic

Vance Tunnel (Mitchell County, North Carolina)
Vance Tunnel is the 37th tunnel on the historic Clinchfield Railroad, linking the Ohio River Valley to the Atlantic coast flatlands
Tunnel under Vance Ridge on Clinchfield Railroad (now CSX)


Victor Bridge (Ravalli County, Montana)
Built 1907; replaced 2000
Lost through truss bridge over Bitterroot River on CR 404, just east of Victor
Replaced by new bridge

Virginian - Elizabeth River South Branch Bridge (Chesapeake, Virginia)
Built 1907
Bridge over Elizabeth River South Branch on Virginia Railway
Replaced by a new bridge

Wabash River Bridge (Adams County, Indiana)
Built 1907;
Lost Luten arch bridge over Wabash River on Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Walnut Lane Bridge (Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1907
Open-spandrel arch bridge over Wissahickon Creek on Walnut Lane in Philadelphia
Open to traffic

Walnut Street Bridge (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Built 1907 by the Boston Bridge Works; rehabilitated 1994
Pony truss bridge over Amtrak on Walnut Street in Hartford
Replaced by a new bridge

Walnut Street Bridge Perkasie, PA (Bucks County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1907; rehabilitated 1970
Arch bridge over E Br Perkiomen Creek on Walnut Street in Perkasie, PA
Open to traffic

War Eagle Bridge (Benton County, Arkansas)
Built 1907 by the Illinois Steel Bridge Co. of Jacksonville, Illinois; Rehabilitated 2010
Through truss bridge over War Eagle Creek on CR 98
Closed pending repairs

Water Works Bridge (Bates County, Missouri)
Built 1907 by the Kansas City Bridge Co.; replaced 1994
Lost through truss bridge over Marais des Cygnes River on 1735 Road (CR 547)
Replaced by new bridge

Waterworks Creek Bridge CR 425 W (Clay County, Indiana)
Built 1907
Lost Pratt pony truss bridge over Waterworks Creek
Replaced by a new bridge

Wentworth Creek Bridge (Butler County, Kansas)
Built 1907
Stone arch bridge over Wentworth Creek, 5.2 mi. west and 2.0 mi. south of Burns
Open to traffic

West Fork Greenbrier River Bridge (Pocahontas County, West Virginia)
Built 1907
Through truss bridge over West Fork Greenbrier River on CR 250/13
Open to traffic

West Fork of Twelvepole Creek Bridge (Wayne County, West Virginia)
Built 1907
Plate girder bridge over West Fork of Twelvepole Creek on Old N&W Railroad (CR 52/55)
Open to traffic

West Monitor Bridge (Chelan County, Washington)
Built 1907 by the Puget Sound Bridge & Dredging Co., rehabilitated in 2010-11
Through truss bridge over Wenatchee River on Old Monitor Road
Open to traffic

West Newton Bridge (Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1907; rehabilitated 1984
Through truss bridge over Youghiogheny River on PA 136 in West Newton
Open to traffic

West Penn Trail - Conemaugh River Bridge (Indiana County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1907
Stone arch bridge over Conemaugh River on West Penn Trail
Open to pedestrians only

West River Bridge (New Haven County, Connecticut)
Built 1907
Deck girder bridge over West River on Kimberly Avenue
Replaced by a new bridge

White Lick Creek Railroad Bridge (Hendricks County, Indiana)
Built 1907 for the Big Four Railroad, rehabilitated in 1998
Concrete arch bridge over White Lick Creek, CR 625 E. and Washington Township Park roadway on CSX Transportation in Avon
Open to traffic

White River 30th Street Bridge (Marion County, Indiana)
Built 1907; rehabilitated 1979
Concrete arch bridge over White River on 30th Street in Indianapolis
Open to traffic

Wilson Street Bridge (Portage County, Wisconsin)
Built 1907
Concrete arch bridge over Tomorrow River on Wilson Street (CTH B) in Amherst
Open to traffic

WSOR - Mill Street Overpass (Sheboygan County, Wisconsin)
Built 1907
Pony/through plate girder bridge over WI 67-Mill Street on Wisconsin & Southern Railroad in Plymouth
Open to traffic

WWRC - Ashland Truss Bridge (New Castle County, Delaware)
Built 1907 from one span of Bridge 124 on B&O Wheeling Division; railroad sold to Historic Red Clay Valley 1982
Pratt through truss bridge over Red Clay Creek on Wilmington & Western RR (former Baltimore & Ohio)
Ocasional use by excursion trains

YV - Bagby Bridge (Mariposa County, California)
Built 1907;
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Merced River on Yosemite Valley Railroad
Removed

YV - Hopeton Bridge (Mariposa County, California)
Built 1907
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Merced River on Yosemite Valley Railroad
Removed

YV - Pleasant Valley Bridge (Mariposa County, California)
Built 1907; Removed when the 1926 Exchequer Dam inundated Pleasant Valley
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Merced River on Yosemite Valley Railroad
Removed