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Built during 1900s

Ely Bridge (Allen County, Indiana)
Built in 1903 by the Wabash Bridge & Iron Works; replaced in 1989.
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over St. Joseph River on Mayhew Road
Replaced by new bridge

Embarras River Bridge (Jasper County, Illinois)
Built 1909
Arch bridge over Embarras River overflow on TR 164, 0.25 mi. north of Newton
Open to traffic

Embarras River TR 164 Bridge No. 2 (Jasper County, Illinois)
Built 1909
Arch bridge over Embarras River overflow on TR 164, 0.25 mi. north of Newton
Open to traffic

Emerson E. Parks Covered Bridge 42-23-01 (Dyer County, Tennessee)
Built 1904
Kingpost through truss bridge on a pedestrian walkway
Open to pedestrians only

Enochs Knob Road Bridge (Franklin County, Missouri)
Built 1907-08 by the Missouri Bridge & Iron Co.
Through truss bridge over Boeuf Creek on Enochs Knob Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Enola Low Grade Trail - Marticville Road Overpass (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1905
Stone arch bridge over PA 324 on abandoned Conrail (former PRR) now used for Enola Low Grade Trail
Road under rail trail bypassed by highway and abandoned

Enola Low Grade Trail - Noble Road Overpass. (Chester County, Pennsylvania)
Built in 1903 as part of the PRR low grade line
Stone arch bridge over Noble Rd. on Formerly PRR low grade line now used for Enola Low Grade Trail
Open to bicyclists, horseback, and pedestrians

Enola Low Grade Trail - Quarryville Overpass (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1904, Removed in 2009
Stone arch bridge over US 222 on Enola Low Grade Trail
Removed

Enola Low Grade Trail - Safe Harbor Bridge (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1904-06, Abandoned to rail service 1988
Abandoned bridge on former PRR low-grade freight line, it crosses over the Congestoga Creek and passes by the Safe Harbor Powerplant
Abandoned

Enola Rail Yard Bridge (Cumberland County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1905; closed 1992, replaced 1999
Former pony truss bridge over Consolidated Rail Corporation (former Pennsylvania RR) on River Road in Enola
Replaced by a new bridge

Enslow Covered Bridge 38-50-14 (Perry County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1904
Covered bridge over Shermans Creek on Adams Grove Road
Open to traffic

Enterprise Bridge (old bridge) (Butte County, California)
Demolished and replaced by the New Enterprise Bridge. Location is now inundated by waters of Lake Oroville.
Lost Bridge over South Fork of Feather River
Demolished

EP&SW - Anetlope Pass Arch (Hidalgo County, New Mexico)
Built 1906
Abandoned closed-spandrel arch bridge over Anetlope Pass on El Paso & Southwestern Railroad
Abandoned

Epperson Road Bridge (Gibson County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1905
Lost Warren pony truss with alternating verticals bridge over Hurricane Creek-Branch on Epperson Road (CR 1025S)
Replaced by a new bridge

Erie - Genesee River Viaduct (Allegany County, New York)
Built 1906-07; demolished 1981
Lost Deck girder bridge over Genesee River on former Erie Railroad north of Belfast
Lost

Erie - Rush Creek Bridge (Allegany County, New York)
Built 1906, demolished 1981
Lost Deck plate girder bridge over Rush Creek on Erie River Line
Removed but not replaced

Erie Canal Bridge (Saratoga County, New York)
Built 1907; rehabilitated 2004
Pony truss bridge over Erie Canal on NY 32 in Waterford
Open to traffic

Ernest Mines Railroad Bridge (Indiana County, Pennsylvania)
Built ca. 1903
Baltimore through truss bridge over McKee Run on Buffalo, Rochester & Pittsburgh Railway
No longer exists

Eshelman Mill Road Bridge (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Built ca. 1900; rehabilitated 1933 and 1970
Through truss bridge over Mill Creek on Eshelman Mill Road in Lancaster
Demolished and replaced.

Essex-Merrimac Bridge (Essex County, Massachusetts)
Built 1909; rehabilitated 2003
Suspension bridge over Merrimack River on Main Street in Amesbury
Open to traffic

Ester Ridge Road Bridge (Dearborn County, Indiana)
Built 1905; replaced 1991
Lost pony truss bridge over West Fork Tanners Creek on Ester Ridge Road
Replaced by new bridge

Esther Furnace Covered Bridge 38-19-20 (Columbia County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1905
Two-span covered bridge over North Branch Roaring Creek on Esther Furnace Road
Open to traffic

Etter Road Bridge (Franklin County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1904 by Nelson & Buchanan; rehabilitated 1967; demolished and replaced 2005
Pony truss bridge over Conococheague Creek on Etter Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Euclid Avenue Des Moines River Bridge (Old) (Polk County, Iowa)
Built 1906, Replaced 1933
Pratt through truss on Euclid Avenue over Des Moines River
Replaced by a new bridge

Evans Kill Bridge (Montgomery County, New York)
Built 1900; rehabilitated 1967
bridge over Evans Kill on CR 2 (Cranes Hollow Road)
Open to traffic

Evans Kill Bridge (Montgomery County, New York)
Built 1900; rehabilitated 1966
Concrete arch bridge over Evans Kill on CR 2 (Cranes Hollow Road)
Open to traffic

Evans Kill Bridge (Montgomery County, New York)
Built 1900; rehabilitated 1966
Concrete arch bridge over Evans Kill on CR 2 (Cranes Hollow Road)
Open to traffic

Evans Kill Bridge (Montgomery County, New York)
Built 1900; rehabilitated 1966
Stone arch bridge over Evans Kill on CR 2 (Cranes Hollow Road)
Open to traffic

Evans Kill Bridge (Montgomery County, New York)
Built 1900; rehabilitated 1966
Stone arch bridge over Evans Kill on CR 2 (Cranes Hollow Road)
Open to traffic

Evans Kill Bridge (Montgomery County, New York)
Built 1900; rehabilitated 1966
Concrete arch bridge over Evans Kill on CR 2 (Cranes Hollow Road)
Open to traffic

Evans Kill Bridge (Montgomery County, New York)
Built 1900; rehabilitated 1966; Replaced 2007
Concrete arch bridge over Evans Kill on Cranes Hllow Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Everette Road Overpass (Bedford County, Virginia)
Built 1906
Girder bridge over NS Railway on Everette Rd. (Route 622)
Open to traffic

Exchange Street Bridge (Broome County, New York)
Built 1901; rehabilitated 1989
Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Exchange Street in Binghamton
Open to traffic

F Drive North Bridge (Calhoun County, Michigan)
Built 1905; Closed to all traffic 1982; Removed, date unknown.
Lost through truss bridge over Kalamazoo River on F Drive North
Removed

F Street Bridge (Chaffee County, Colorado)
Built 1907-08 by the Pueblo Bridge Co.
Two-span concrete arch bridge over Arkansas River on F Street in Salida
Open to two-lane traffic on a dead-end city street

F Street Bridge (Whitman County, Washington)
Built 1901; rehabilitated 1972, Replaced 1992
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Palouse River on F Street
Replaced by new bridge

Fair Oaks Bridge (Sacramento County, California)
Built 1907-09 by the Western Bridge and Construction Co.; closed to traffic 1967; rehabilitated for pedestrians in 1973
Pennsylvania through truss bridge over American River on Bridge Street
Open to pedestrians

Fairchild Street Conrail Overpass (Vermilion County, Illinois)
Built 1905 for the Big Four Railroad
Abandoned Deck girder bridge over Fairchild Street on former Conrail Railroad in Danville
Abandoned

Fairhaven Bridge (Preble County, Ohio)
Built 1907
Through truss bridge over Four Mile Creek on Fairhaven-Concord Road
Replaced and moved to Preble County Historical Society property.

Fairview Road Bridge (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1905, Removed 2011
Pony truss bridge over abandoned Former Pennsylvania Railroad / Enola Low Grade Trail on PA 3016
Removed - March, 2011

Fall Creek 39th Street Bridge (Marion County, Indiana)
Built 1905
Concrete arch bridge over Fall Creek on 39th Street
Closed to all traffic

Fall Creek Bridge (Hamilton County, Texas)
Built 1900
Pony truss bridge over Fall Creek on CR 235
Open to traffic

Fall Creek CR 800W Bridge (Henry County, Indiana)
Built 1905 by the Pan American Bridge Company of New Castle; rehabilitated 1970; replaced 1993
Lost through truss bridge over Fall Creek on CR 800 W
Replaced by new bridge

Fall Fork 1200E Bridge (Bartholomew County, Indiana)
Lost three-span stone arch bridge over Fall Fork Clifty Creek on CR 1200 East
Bridge has been replaced

Falling Creek CSX Transportaion Bridge (W) (Chesterfield County, Virginia)
Built 1905
Deck plate girder bridge over Falling Creek on CSXTRR
Open to traffic

Farabee Dr Bridge (Washington County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1904
Pratt pony truss bridge over Tenmile Creek on Farabee Dr.
Open to traffic

Farmington River Trail - Farmington River Bridge (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Built 1904, abandoned 1965
Double-intersection Warren through truss bridge over Farmington River & Millrace on Farmington River Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Farrell Road Bridge (Outagamie County, Wisconsin)
Built 1907
Stone arch bridge over Branch Apple Creek on Farrell Road
Open to traffic

FAU 8320 Bridge (Crawford County, Illinois)
Built 1909
Concrete arch bridge over Branch of Sugar creek on FAU 8320 in Robinson
Open to traffic

Faucett Ford Bridge (Orange County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1900
Pony truss bridge over Sulphur Creek on County Road 400 North
Open to traffic

Faust Road Bridge (Montgomery County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1909
Stone arch bridge over Scioto Creek on Faust Road in Lower Frederick Township
Open to traffic

Fawcett Road Bridge (Adams County, Ohio)
Built 1908; rehabilitated 1998
Lost through truss bridge over Ohio Brush Creek on Fawcett Road (CR 6)
Bridge has been replaced by a modern pony truss bridge.

Fawn River County Road 125E Bridge (Lagrange County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1905
Lost Pratt pony truss bridge over Fawn River on County Road 125E
Replaced by a new bridge

Fawn River County Road 400W Bridge (Lagrange County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1905
Lost Half-hip Pratt pony truss bridge over Fawn River on CR 400W
Replaced by a new bridge

Fay's Crossing Bridge (Pueblo County, Colorado)
Built 1905 near El Moro, Colorado, moved here in 1995
Through truss bridge over Santa Fe Avenue on a pedestrian trail in Pueblo
Open to pedestrians only

FDDM - Bass Point Creek Trestle (Boone County, Iowa)
Built 1903; Partially destroyed by flooding in 1912; Replaced in 1913
Lost Timber stringer bridge over Bass Point Creek on Railroad
Destroyed by flooding

FDDM - Des Moines River Bridge (Old) (Boone County, Iowa)
Built 1903; Replaced 1915
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Des Moines River on Fort Dodge, Des Moines, & Southern Railway
Replaced by a new bridge

FDDM - Shady Oak Bridge (Webster County, Iowa)
Built 1907; Timber trestle replaced by DPGs 1922; Removed ca 1983
Pratt deck truss bridge over Des Moines River on former Fort Dodge, Des Moines & Southern Railroad at Shady Oak
Removed

FDDM - Zumwalt Station Trestle (Story County, Iowa)
Built ca 1906; Removed in the 1980s
Timber stringer bridge over Worle Creek on Fort Dodge, Des Moines, & Southern
No longer exists

FEC - Jewfish Creek Bridge (Monroe County, Florida)
Built 1907; Removed ?
Lost Deck plate girder bridge over Jewfish Creek on Florida East Coast Railway
Removed

Federal Street Bascule Bridge (Camden County, New Jersey)
Built 1906; rehabilitated 1955; trusses made decorative in 2000
Strauss bascule bridge over Cooper River on Federal Street
Open to traffic

Fenimore Bridge (Saratoga County, New York)
Built 1906; rehabilitated 1973; Bypassed 1993
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Hudson River on road
Closed to all traffic

Fern Hollow Bridge (Allegheny County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1901; Replaced 1973
Lost Steel arch bridge over Fern Hollow Creek on Forbes Avenue
Replaced by a new bridge

Ferry Road Bridge (Hunterdon County, New Jersey)
Built 1901, altered 1933
Pony truss bridge over Plum Brook on Ferry Road
Open to traffic

Ferry Street Bridge (Columbia County, New York)
Built 1905; rehabilitated 1955; closed to traffic Oct. 2014
Double-barreled pony truss bridge over CSX Railroad on Ferry Street in Hudson
Intact but closed to all traffic

Fessenden Street Bridge (Multnomah County, Oregon)
Built 1909
Warren deck truss bridge over BNSF Railway on Fessenden Street in Portland
Open to traffic

Field Entrance Bridge (Jones County, Iowa)
Pony truss bridge over Sybil Creek on a Former alignment of IA 38
Open to traffic.

Fifth Street Bridge (Saline County, Kansas)
Built 1905
Through truss bridge over Saline River on 5th Street north of Salina in Salina
Closed to all traffic

FIMX - Willet Hollow Tunnel (Roane County, Tennessee)
Tunnel was built as the last section of the railroad from Monterey to Glen Alice, Tennessee (later changed to Rockwood)
Tunnel under Mount Roosevelt Gap on Franklin Industrial Minerals RR.
Track is operated every other day Monday through Friday by Franklin Industrial Minerals. Train departs FIMX complex bound for Rockwood at 8am CST.

Firescald Creek Stone Arch Bridge (Grundy County, Tennessee)
Built in 1906 for $547.45, bypassed in 1970 when new bridge was built, now preserved as part of a roadside park
Rare masonry stone arch bridge over Firescald Creek
Closed to all traffic

First Fair Oaks Bridge (Sacramento County, California)
Built 1901 by the Pacific Construction Co.; washed away by a flash flood in 1907
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over American River
Destroyed by flood

First Street Bridge (Muskingum County, Ohio)
Built 1908; replaced 1993
Lost concrete arch bridge over Moxahala Creek on First Street in Roseville
Replaced by modern truss bridge

Fish Creek Bridge (Henry County, Iowa)
Built 1907
Through truss bridge over Fish Creek on Kentucky Avenue
Closed to all traffic

Fish Eddy-Sullivan County Line Road Bridge (Delaware County, New York)
Built 1901; Converted 1954; Rehabilitated 1994
Subdivided Warren through truss bridge over East Branch Delaware River on Fish Eddy-Sullivan County Line Road
Open to traffic

Fish Lake Trail - Marshall Road Overpass (Spokane County, Washington)
Built 1909 bu the North Coast Railroad. Merged into Oregon-Washington Railroad & Navigation Co 1910. Merged into Union Pacific 1936. Abandoned 1978. Rehab for pedestrian use 2009.
Slab bridge over Marshall Road on Fish Lake Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Fisher Ford Road Bridge (Benton County, Arkansas)
Built 1903 by the Leavenworth Bridge Co.
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Illinois River on Fisher Ford Road (CR 2)
Removed early 2014

Fisher River Yadkin Valley Railroad Bridge (Surry County, North Carolina)
Built 1902
Pratt through truss bridge over Fisher River on YVRR
Open to traffic

Fishers Fork Bridge (Bartholomew County, Indiana)
Built 1908 over Fisher's Fork of Brush Creek; moved to Mill Race Park for pedestrian use.
Warren pony truss bridge on Trail
Open to pedestrians

Fishing Creek Bridge (Clinton County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1908
Lost Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Fishing Creek on Sr 2004
Replaced by a new bridge

Fishing Creek Norfolk Southern Bridge (ABN) (Lynchburg, Virginia)
built 1901
Deck plate girder bridge on NSRR over Fishing Creek
Intact but closed to all traffic

Fishing Creek Norfolk Southern Railway (North) (Lynchburg, Virginia)
Built 1906
Deck plate girder bridge over Fishing Creek;Campbell Rd on NSRR
Open to traffic

Fishing River 60th Street Bridge (Ray County, Missouri)
Built 1904 by the American Bridge Co.
Through truss bridge over Fishing River on W. 60th Street
Open to traffic

Fishinger Road Bridge (Franklin County, Ohio)
Completed in 1904, torn down in 1988
Lost Bridge over Scioto River on Fishinger Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Five Mile Creek Bridge (Audrain County, Missouri)
Built 1901
Concrete arch bridge over Five Mile Creek on CR 367
Open to traffic on a dead-end road

Flat Branch Creek Bridge (Crawford County, Illinois)
Built 1909
Wooden deck bridge over Flat Branch creek on TR 5
Open to traffic

Flat Creek Bridge (Lewis and Clark County, Montana)
Built 1901
Pony truss bridge over Flat Creek on CR 320
Open to traffic

Flat Creek CR 450 S (Dubois County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1905; Replaced 1987
Lost Pratt pony truss bridge over Flat Creek on CR 450 South
Replaced by a new bridge

Flatrock River CR 600S Bridge (Henry County, Indiana)
Built in 1904 by the Pan American Bridge Company of New Castle; replaced 1993
Lost through truss bridge over Flatrock River on CR 600 S
Replaced by new bridge

Flint Hills Nature Trail - Marais des Cygnes River Bridge (Franklin County, Kansas)
Built 1903
Warren through truss bridge over Marais des Cygnes River on Flint Hills Nature Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Flintstone Creek Bridge (Allegany County, Maryland)
Built 1900; rehabilitated 1925
Stone arch bridge over Flintstone Creek on MD 144
Open to traffic

Floral Bridge (Cowley County, Kansas)
Built 1906
Stone arch bridge over Timber Creek on 92nd Road just south of Floral and west of Winfield City Lake
Open to one-lane traffic

Forest Grove Road Bridge in Wycombe, PA (Bucks County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1905
Stone arch bridge over Mill Creek on Forest Grove Road
Open to traffic

Forest Home Bridge (Tompkins County, New York)
Built 1909; rehabilitated 1975 and 2013-14
Through truss bridge over Fall Creek on CR 121 (Forest Home Road) in Forest Home
Open to traffic

Forest Home Cemetery Pond Bridge (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
Built ca. 1900
Privately owned, closed-spandrel arch bridge over Unnamed Pond on a cemetery road in Milwaukee
Open to traffic

Forest Park Queenpost Bridge (Labette County, Kansas)
Relocated Queenpost truss bridge over Tributary of Labette Creek on Hiking Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Forge Covered Bridge 32-56-02 (Ulster County, New York)
Built 1906
Kingpost through truss bridge over Dry Brook on Private Rd off Dry Brook Road
Open to private traffic

Forsyth Bridge (Rosebud County, Montana)
Built 1905, Closed with two spans removed for scrap 1958
Abandoned bridge over Yellowstone River on US 12
Abandoned

Fort Dodge High Bridge (Webster County, Iowa)
Built 1902 by the Mason City and Fort Dodge Railway, later Chicago Great Western
Deck truss bridge over Des Moines River on railroad
Open to traffic

Fort George Tunnel (New York County, New York)
Built 1903
Tunnel on New York City Transit Authority
Open to traffic

Fort Keogh Bridge (Custer County, Montana)
Built 1902, damaged by flooding in 2011, later removed in spring 2012
Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Yellowstone River on Fort Keogh Access Road
Removed in the spring 2012 according to info from the Montana Historical Society