New Castle County
7th Street Bridge [Map] Lost Through truss bridge over Brandywine River on 7th StreetNo longer existsBuilt 1902 Augustine Cutoff Bridge [Map · Street View] Deck truss bridge over Brandywine Creek on Augustine Cutoff in WilmingtonOpen to trafficBuilt 1885 for B&O Railroad, replaced with stone arch bridge 1910; reappropriated as road bridge 1920; original Pratt truss replaced with Warren truss 1980; Rehabilitated 2002
B&O - Christina River Bridge [Map] Lost Deck plate girder bridge over Christina River on Baltimore & Ohio RailroadNo longer existsRemoved sometime after 1929
Barley Mill Road Overpass [Map] Lost Timber stringer bridge over Wilmington & Western RR on Barley Mill RoadRemoved but not replaced Dec. 1991 CSX - Brandywine River Bridge [Map · Street View] Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Brandywine Creek on CSX Transportation (former Baltimore & Ohio Railroad)Open to trafficBuilt 1910 to replace steel deck truss span adjacent (which was adapted for road use 1920-1980)
CSX - Mill Creek Bridge [Map] Stone arch bridge over Mill Creek on CSX Transportation (former Baltimore & Ohio RR,)Open to traffic
Delaware City Branch Channel Bridge [Map · Street View] Girder bridge over Delaware City Branch Channel ; a channel of the Chesapeake & Delaware (C&D) Canal on Delaware Rt. 9 / 5th StreetOpen to traffic; bascule bridge; the bridge is maintained in the closed positionBuilt 1933; rehabilitated 1991
Delaware Memorial Bridge [Map · Street View] Wire suspension bridge over Delaware River on I-295/US 40Open to trafficBuilt as an almost identical twin to the 1951 Delaware Memorial Bridge that carries northbound traffic
Dupont Highway Bridge [Map] Concrete arch bridge over Dragon Creek on Dupont Highway in Delaware CityOpen to trafficBuilt 1929
Dupont Highway Bridge [Map] Concrete arch bridge over Dragon Creek on Dupont Highway in Delaware CityOpen to trafficBuilt 1920; rehabilitated 1941
Farm Lane Bridge [Map] Pratt pony truss bridge over West Clay Creek The bridge has been restored and coated, and is awaiting installation in the Fall 2016.This bridge was destined for a trail in York, Pennsylvania but they chose not to use it. It was listed for sale in the PennDOT "Bridges for Sale" Program. It has been engineered for 20 ton & widened to allow for 1-lane vehicular and pedestrians.
Greenbank Mill Bridge (New) [Map] Pratt pony truss bridge over Red Clay Creek on Pedestrian pathOpen to pedestrians onlyBuilt 1882 at Wawa, Pennsylvania; purchased and relocated 2009-2010 to replace earlier pony truss bridge washed out in 2003
Husbands Run Bridge [Map] Slab bridge over Husbands Run on Rockland RoadOpen to trafficBuilt 1932; rehabilitated 1993
I495 Christina River Bridge [Map · Street View] Haunched deck plate girder bridge over Christina River, Norfolk Southern Railroad on I 495Open to trafficBuilt 1974; rehabilitated 2006; Temporarily closed & pieres jacked 2014 Kennett Pike Bridge [Map] Concrete arch bridge over Waterway on Kennett Pike in GreenvilleOpen to trafficBuilt 1925
Kirkwood Highway Bridge [Map] Concrete arch bridge over Muddy Run on Kirkwood Highway in NewarkOpen to trafficBuilt 1900; rehabilitated 1958
Market Street Bridge [Map] Stone arch bridge over Shellpot Creek on Phila Pk/Market in BellefonteOpen to trafficBuilt 1900; rehabilitated 1995
Mill Creek Bridge [Map · Street View] Warren pony truss bridge over Mill Creek on Evanson RoadOpen to trafficBuilt between 1873 and 1900. Known rehabilitation 1926 and 1982.
Odessa Bridge [Map] Deck plate girder bridge over Appoquinnimink River on Delaware State Route 299 Main Street RoadReplaced by a new bridgeBuilt 1929; Replaced 1991
Old Greenbank Mill Bridge [Map] Lost Pony truss bridge over Red Clay Creek on former Greenbank Road (bypassed)Destroyed by flooding Sept. 2003 Paper Mill Bridge [Map] Bowstring through truss bridge over Red Clay Creek on TrailOpen to pedestrians onlyThe bridge was swept off it's piers in 2009, a friends group was formed but the county voted against supporting TAP funding. Sold as a complete bridge to DNREC in June of 2015.
PRR - Chesapeake & Delaware Canal Bridge [Map] Lost Through truss bridge over Chesapeake & Delaware Canal on Pennsylvania RRNo longer existsBuilt ca. 1925 to replace earlier bridge when canal expanded after acquisition by Army Corps of Engineers, replaced by new bridge 1/4 mile to south as canal realigned and widened in 1960s Reading - Pigeon Point Ferry [Map · Street View] Ferry across Delaware River on Reading RailroadNo longer in service; Transfer bridge (Delaware Side) and an industrial dock (New Jersey side.) remain as abandoned remnantsBuilt 1922; Removed from service 1976
Reedy Point Bridge (Old) [Map] Lost Through truss bridge over Chesapeake & Delaware Canal on Route 9Replaced by a new bridgeBuilt ?; Replaced 1968
Reedy Point Bridge (Older) [Map] Lost Concrete stringer Shear pole bridge over Chesapeake & Delaware River on Route 9No longer existsBuilt 1910 replaced 1926 Rockland Road Bridge [Map] Deck girder bridge over Brandywine Creek on Rockland RoadOpen to trafficBuilt 1933; rehabilitated 1993
Smith's Bridge 08-02-01 #2 [Map · Street View] Covered bridge with steel beams over Brandywine Creek on Smith Bridge RoadOpen to trafficBuilt 1839 (Burr Truss Covered Bridge); Reconstructed 2002 (see Description for details)
US13 Naamans Creek Bridge [Map] Lost Deck arch bridge over Naamans Creek on Philadelphia Pike/US13Replaced by a new bridgeBuilt 1919; rehabilitated 1955; Replaced 1997 Van Buren Street Bridge [Map] Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Brandywine Creek on Van Buren StreetOpen to trafficThis bridge may be listed on the Historic Register-- not certain.
Washington Street Bridge [Map] Concrete open spandrel arch bridge over Brandywine Creek, Conrail on Washington St. in WilmingtonOpen to trafficBuilt 1922; rehabilitated 2000
Wooddale Covered Bridge (New) 08-02-04 #2x [Map] Replica Covered Bridge over Red Clay Creek on Foxhill LaneOpen to trafficOriginal bridge was built in 1850 and destroyed by flood in 2003; a replica now stands in its place built in 2008
Wooddale Covered Bridge (Old) 08-02-04x [Map] Lost Town lattice truss bridge over Red Clay Creek on formerly private laneDestroyed by flooding from Tropical Storm Isabel in September 2003Built ca. 1850, rehabilitated 1939, 1969, and 1981, lost to flood Sept. 2003 WWRC - Ashland Truss Bridge [Map · Street View] Pratt through truss bridge over Red Clay Creek on Wilmington & Western RR (former Baltimore & Ohio)Ocasional use by excursion trainsBuilt 1907 from one span of Bridge 124 on B&O Wheeling Division; railroad sold to Historic Red Clay Valley 1982
WWRC - Hercules Trestle [Map] Stringer bridge over Red Clay Creek on Wilmington & Western RailroadOpen to trafficBuilt 1870s along with railroad line but rebuilt numerous tomes, most recently 2003-2004