Built during 1810s

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Allegheny River Trail - Rockland Tunnel (Venango County, Pennsylvania)
Built in 1915 for the Pennsylvania Railroad, now used only for Hike/Bike
Tunnel on Allegheny River Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Anderson Ferry (Boone County, Kentucky)
The Anderson Ferry has been in continuous operation since 1817 and has three ferries, Boone 7, Little Boone and Deborah A.
Ferry across Ohio River connecting Constance, KY and the west side of Cincinnati, OH.
Open to traffic

Cambridge Street Bridge (Old) (Middlesex County, Massachusetts)
Built 1810; Replaced 1925
Lost Timber stringer bridge over Charles River on Cambridge Road/River Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Casselman Bridge (Garrett County, Maryland)
Built 1813 by David Shriver, Jr.
Stone arch bridge over Casselman River on Old US 40, east of Grantsville
Closed To All But Pedestrians in Casselman River Bridge State Park

Chain Bridge (Old) (Essex County, Massachusetts)
Built 1810; replaced 1909
Lost Wire suspension bridge over Merrimack River on Main Street/Trolley
Replaced by a new bridge

Connecticut River Covered Bridge (Hampden County, Massachusetts)
Built 1816; reconstructed 1919; replaced 1922
Lost Covered Burr arch-truss bridge over Connecticut River on West Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Darby Creek Bridge (Delaware County, Pennsylvania)
Built ca. 1815; reconstructed 1919; replaced 1999
Lost stone arch bridge over Darby Creek on Baltimore Pike
Replaced by new bridge

Detters Mill Bridge 38-67-01x (York County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1815; replaced 1965
Lost Burr arch-truss bridge over Conewago Creek on SR 4014 (Harmony Grove Road)
Replaced by new bridge

Durham Bridge (Older) (Androscoggin County, Maine)
Lost Through truss bridge over Androscoggin River on Route 9
Replaced by a new bridge

Elm Grove Stone Bridge (Ohio County, West Virginia)
Built 1817; altered 1931 and 1950s
Stone arch bridge over Little Wheeling Creek on US 40 in Wheeling
Open to traffic

Fish House Covered Bridge (Fulton County, New York)
Built 1818; Lost 1930
Lost Burr arch-truss bridge over Sacandaga River on Road
Destroyed April 23, 1930 by filling Sacandaga Reservoir

Glen Okono Bridge (Carbon County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1812
Steel stringer bridge over Lehigh River on D&L Trail
Open to traffic

Grassy Creek Bridge (Upshur County, West Virginia)
Built 1817
Arch bridge over Grassy Creek on CR 11/4
Open to traffic

Great Crossings Bridge (Old US 40/National Road) (Somerset County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1818 as part of the National Road. Bridge submerged along with Somerfield when Youghiogheny River was dammed downstream to create Youghiogheny River Lake.
Stone arch bridge over Youghiogheny River Lake (or, to state it more accurately, the Youghiogheny River Lake crosses the Great Crossings Bridge) on an old alignment of US 40/National Road
Open to pedestrians

Hamilton Street Bridge (1st) (Lehigh County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1814; Destroyed by flooding 1841
Lost Eyebar suspension bridge over Lehigh River on Hamilton Street
Destroyed by flooding & replaced

Hartford Covered Bridge (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Built 1818; Destroyed by fire 1895
Lost Burr arch-truss bridge over Connecticut River on US-84 & Consolidated Railway
Destroyed by fire

Heister's Bridge (Franklin County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1811; Replaced 1941
Lost Stone arch bridge over W.Br.of Conococheaque Creek on Pa 16; Sr 0016 (Buchanan Trail W)
Replaced by new bridge

Juniata Crossing Covered Bridge 38-05-28x (Bedford County, Pennsylvania)
Built in 1818 as a 2-lane covered bridge; Lost in St. Patty's Day Storm of 1936
Lost Burr arch-truss bridge over Raystown Br.Juniata River on US 30
Replaced by new bridge

Lewisburg Susquehanna River Covered Bridge (Union County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1818 for Lewisburg Bridge Co. by Reuben Fields; washed away March 17, 1865
Lost Burr arch-truss bridge over West Branch Susquehanna River on road
Replaced by a new bridge

Limekiln Pike Bridge (Montgomery County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1810
Stone arch bridge over Sandy Run on Limekiln Pike in Fort Washington
Open to traffic

Millersburg Ferry (Perry County, Pennsylvania)
Existing lease dates back to 1817, although a ferry operation supposedly predated this by several years.
Ferry across Susquehanna River
Open

Ninth Street Bridge (Lynchburg, Virginia)
Built 1817
Lost Through truss bridge over James River on Ninth Street
Destroyed by flood in 1870 and 1877

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

S Bridge (Washington County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1818
Stone arch bridge over a branch of Buffalo Creek on the old alignment of the National Road
Open to pedestrians

Scull Shoals Arch Bridge (Greene County, Georgia)
Built ca. 1811; Abandoned in the 1880s
Abandoned brick arch bridge over Millrace on Mill Road
Abandoned

Sherman Creek Bridge (Perry County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1810
Steel stringer bridge over Sherman Creek on Pine Hill Road
Open to traffic

St. Davids Road Bridge (Delaware County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1810 by Thomas Welch; rehabilitated ca. 1960
Stone arch bridge over Darby Creek on St. Davids Road in Radnor Township
Open to traffic

Staten Island Ferry (Richmond County, New York)
Service started 1817
Ferry across New York Harbor on pedestrian route
Open to pedestrians only

Wilson's Bridge (Washington County, Maryland)
Built 1819 by Silas Harry; closed to traffic June 1972 after suffering damage from Hurricane Agnes
Stone arch bridge over Conococheague Creek on National Pike
Open to pedestrians

Y Bridge (1st) (Muskingum County, Ohio)
Built 1814, Collapsed 1819
Lost Through truss bridge over Muskingum River & Licking River on National Road
Collapsed

Y Bridge (2nd) (Muskingum County, Ohio)
Built 1819; Replaced 1832
Lost Through truss bridge over Muskingum River & Licking River on Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Yadkin River Bridge (Rowan County, North Carolina)
First bridge project outside New England for Ithiel Town. It may have exhibited an early, experimental form of the lattice truss structure.
Lost Lattice through truss bridge over Yadkin River on Road to Salem
Replaced by a new bridge