Fannin County

Benton MacKaye Trail Toccoa River Bridge   [Map]
Wire suspension bridge over Toccoa River on Benton MacKaye Train
Open to pedestrians
Built 1977
Curtis Switch Bridge   [Map]
Abandoned pony truss bridge over Toccoa River on Curtis Switch Road
Abandoned
Replaced by modern bridge in 1983
Dial Bridge   [Map]
Abandoned pony truss bridge over Toccoa River on Former route of Newport Road
Abandoned
Replaced by modern bridge in 1987
GNRR - Toccoa River Bridge   [Map]
Pratt through truss bridge over CR 96 (River Road) & the Toccoa River on GNRR Railroad in McCaysville
Open to traffic
Built 1926, carried the L&N Railroad, later acquired by CSX, sold by CSX to GNRR in the late 1980's
Hogback Bend Bridge   [Map]
Pratt through truss bridge over Toccoa River on abandoned section of County Rd 91 (Railroad Avenue)
Abandoned on private property with mostly missing deck
Built 1915
L&N - Toccoa River Bridge   [Map]
Pratt through truss bridge over Toccoa River on the abandoned Louisville & Nashville Railroad Murphy branch
Abandoned 1982
Mineral Bluff (Hwy. 60) Bridge   [Map]
Lost Steel stringer bridge over Hemptown Creek on Sr 60
Replaced by new bridge
Built 1942; Replaced in 1992
Mt. River Branch Road Bridge   [Map]
Deck truss bridge over Young Stone Creek on Mt. River Branch Road
Closed 2005 when new bridge was built next to it
Built 1985, Closed 2005
Noontootla Creek Bridge   [Map]
Pony truss bridge over Noontootla Creek on Junie Dr (Old Doublehead Gap Rd)
Private access only
Replaced by modern bridge in 1989.
Old Toccoa River Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Camelback truss bridge over Toccoa River on Old GA 5 in McCaysville
Open to traffic
Original bridge built 1911, and was actually replaced by this bridge around 1938.
Shallowford Bridge   [Map]
Through truss bridge over Toccoa River on Shallowford Bridge Rd
Open to traffic
Built 1918
Swan Bridge   [Map]
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Toccoa River
Replaced by new bridge
Replaced in 1989
Toccoa River Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Concrete tee beam bridge over Toccoa River on State Road 5 in McCaysville
Open to traffic
Built 1936