Alpine Tunnel[Map] Abandoned tunnel under the Continental Divide on the Denver, South Park & Pacific Railroad, southwest of St. Elmo Abandoned and partially caved-in Built 1880-82 by the Denver, South Park & Pacific Railroad; collapsed and abandoned in 1910
Arkansas River CR 371 Bridge[Map · Street View] Pony truss bridge over Arkansas River on CR 371 between Buena Vista and Granite Open to two-lane traffic on a gravel road Built in 1998, replacing a concrete bridge built in 1965
Chalk Creek CR 292 Bridge[Map] Pony truss bridge over Chalk Creek on CR 292 just north of CR 371, near Lake Alpine Open to two-lane traffic Built 1989
Four Mile Bridge[Map · Street View] Lost bedstead truss bridge over Arkansas River on CR 371 north of Buena Vista Replaced by modern bridge Built 1909 by the Pueblo Bridge Co.; replaced 1987
Granite Bridge[Map · Street View] Pony truss bridge over Arkansas River at Granite on CR 397 just off US 24 Open to traffic with a 15 ton weight limit Built 1911
Hop Gulch Trestle[Map] Lost railroad trestle over Hop Gulch just northeast of Buena Vista Structure removed except for stone piers and a few scattered wooden beams Built 1887 by the Colorado Midland Railroad
Hortense Bridge[Map] Lost Queenpost pony truss bridge over Chalk Creek on CR 162 near Mt. Princeton Hot Springs Replaced by a new bridge Built 1880 by the Denver, South Park & Pacific Railroad; converted to vehicular use ca. 1926; replaced 1990
Railroad Bridge Access Bridge[Map] Through truss railroad bridge over the Arkansas River at Railroad Bridge Access Park The bridge and Union Pacific railroad line are currently inactive Built 1919 by the Virginia Bridge & Iron Co.
Romley Bridge[Map] Closed deck truss bridge over Pomeray Gulch (Chrysolite Creek) on FR 295 southwest of St. Elmo Open to pedestrians only Built 1881 by the Denver, South Park, and Pacific Railroad
Salida F Street Bridge[Map · Street View] Two-span concrete arch bridge over Arkansas River on F Street in Salida Open to two-lane traffic on a dead-end city street Built 1907-08 by the Pueblo Bridge Co.