Flower Bridge[Map] Closed-spandrel arch bridge over roadway on Footpath Open to pedestrians only
Forsyth Street Viaduct[Map] Lost Through truss bridge over CSX Railroad on Forsyth Street Replaced by a new bridge Construction began in 1891; Opened in 1893; Reconstructed in 1929 and 1979; Demolished in 1995; Replaced in 1996
Hermi's Bridge[Map · Street View] Pratt through truss bridge over Chattahoochee River on Paces Ferry Road NW in Atlanta Open to pedestrians Built 1903 by the Cotton States Bridge Co.; bypassed 1974; rehabilitated 2010
Highland Avenue Bridge[Map] Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Norfolk Southern Railroad on Highland Avenue Replaced by a new bridge Built 1892
Holcomb Bridge[Map] Lost Through truss bridge over Chattahoochee River on Holcomb Bridge Road Replaced by a new bridge Built 1913
Hollywood Road Bridge[Map] Steel stringer bridge over Southern RR on Hollywood Road Open to traffic Built 1917; rehabilitated 1956
Jones Bridge[Map] Abandoned through truss bridge over Chattahoochee River on former Jones Bridge Road in Johns Creek Collapsed January 2018 Built 1904. Used until 1922 when free state-built bridges rendered it obsolete. Fell into disrepair in the 1930s. In 1940, half of the bridge was illegally removed and likely sold for scrap. Originally bridged Milton and Gwinnett counties.
Park Drive Bridge[Map · Street View] Concrete arch bridge over Southern Railroad (now Interim Eastside Beltline Trail) on Park Drive in Atlanta Open to traffic Built 1916
Peachtree-Dunwoody Road Bridge[Map] Lost steel stringer bridge over Nancy Creek on Peachtree-Dunwoody Road Replaced by new bridge Built 1934; damaged by flooding on Sept. 22, 2009; construction for replacement bridge started Nov. 9, 2009
Rogers Bridge[Map · Street View] Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Chattahoochee River on former Rogers Bridge Road (now carries a pipeline) in Johns Creek Removed and replaced with a $7.2M pedestrian truss bridge with a few design similarities to the historic bridge (but NOT a replica as advertised!) Originally bridged Milton and Gwinnett counties.