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Antietam Creek Bridge (Washington County, Maryland)
Built 1833; rehabilitated 1995
Stone arch bridge over Antietam Creek on MD 68
Open to traffic

Bridges to the Past (Bridge #1) (Hardin County, Kentucky)
L&N Turnpike chartered by KY government in 1829. Construction of L&N Turnpike began in 1837 including bridges and completed in 1849. Placed on National Register of Historic Places in 1996.
Stone arch bridge over East Fork Tioga Creek on the "Bridges to the Past" walking trail, a restored section of the old L&N Turnpike (Old Dixie Hwy/US 31) in Fort Knox
Open to pedestrians

Bridges to the Past (Bridge #2) (Hardin County, Kentucky)
Built ca. 1837. Placed on National Register of Historic Places in 1996. For more info see Bridges to the Past (Bridge #1)
Stone arch bridge over East Fork Tioga Creek on the "Bridges to the Past" walking trail, a restored section of the old L&N Turnpike (Old Dixie Hwy/US 31) in Fort Knox
Open to pedestrians

Bridges to the Past (Bridge #3) (Hardin County, Kentucky)
Built ca. 1837. Placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1996. For more info. see Bridges to the Past (Bridge #1).
Stone arch bridge over East Fork Tioga Creek on the "Bridges to the Past" walking trail, a restored section of the old L&N Turnpike (Old Dixie Hwy/US 31) in Fort Knox
Open to pedestrians

Chaplin River Bridge (Boyle County, Kentucky)
Built 1934
Concrete tee beam bridge over Chaplin River on Us-68 and US 150
Open to traffic

Cheek's Tavern Bridge (Robertson County, Tennessee)
Built ca. 1841 as part of the Louisville to Nashville Turnpike, a toll road for stage coaches.
Stone arch bridge over Red River on Old US 31, (Dixie Highway/Louisville to Nashville Turnpike)
Open to pedestrians

College Street Bridge (Warren County, Kentucky)
First bridge built 1839. Bridge burned during Civil War in 1862 by Confederate Soldiers. Second bridge built in 1864. Present bridge replaced second bridge in 1915 but original (first bridge) main span pier remains in use to this day.
Pratt through truss bridge over Barren River on College Street
Open to pedestrians

Godwin-King Covered Bridge 01-63-02x (Tuscaloosa County, Alabama)
Built 1834; Burned by Union Army April 5, 1865
Lost Through truss bridge over Black Warrior River on Greensboro Avenue
Destroyed by fire

Goose Creek Bridge (Loudoun County, Virginia)
Built 1802, was centered in the Battle of Upperville in 1863, Closed 1957
Stone arch bridge over Goose Creek on Old US 50/Ashby Gap Turnpike
Open to pedestrians

Hibbs Bridge (Loudoun County, Virginia)
Built 1820
Stone arch bridge over Beaverdam Creek on Snickersville Road
Open to traffic

L&N - Fort DeWolf Bridge (1st-3rd) (Bullitt County, Kentucky)
Partially Razed September 7th, 1862; Completely destroyed September 28th, 1862; Rebuilt by October 11th, 1862; Destroyed again on December 27th, 1862
Lost Through truss bridge over Salt River on Louisville & Nashville Railroad
Destroyed thrice by Confederate forces.

Lexington Road Covered Bridge 25-48-02x (Jackson County, Missouri)
Extant during the Civil War, perhaps into the early '30s.
Lost covered bridge over Little Blue River on Lexington Road
Removed but not replaced

Old Big Black River Railroad Bridge (Warren County, Mississippi)
Lost Bridge on Railroad
Burned by Confederate troops to prevent Union forces from crossing

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

Sketoe Bridges (Dale County, Alabama)
First bridge (wooden) built during or before Civil War and replaced by current old bridge (abandoned stringer bridge) probably during the 1920's. The current old bridge, although left abandoned in place, was replaced by the new bridge in 1976.
Abandoned concrete girder and a wooden bridge over Choctawhatchee River on AL 123 at the John Hutto Park in Newton
Abandoned

Turnpike Bridge (Davidson County, Tennessee)
Built ca. 1837-1849 as part of the former Louisville & Nashville Turnpike
Abandoned bridge on an abandoned section of the Louisville & Nashville Turnpike (Old Stone Bridge Rd.) in Goodlettsville
Abandoned

Wilkes Street Tunnel (Alexandria, Virginia)
Used heavily during the Civil War, refurbished by city in 2007-08
Tunnel
Open to pedestrians and bicyclists