Bourbon County

BNSF Third Street Overpass   [Map · Street View]
Steel stringer bridge over Third Street on BNSF Railway
Open to traffic above and below
Branch Bunion Creek Bridge   [Map]
Stone arch bridge over a branch of Bunion Creek, 2.0 mi. south and 3.7 mi. east of Petersburg
Open to traffic
Built ca. 1950
Branch Marmaton River Bridge   [Map]
Stone arch bridge over a branch of Marmaton River
Open to traffic
Built 1936
Buck Run Creek Bridge   [Map]
Through arch bridge over Buck Run Creek, 1.0 mi. west and 0.9 mi. south of Garland
Open to traffic
Built 1925
Burlington Northern R.R. Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Steel stringer bridge over Burlington Northern R.R. on 215 St (old US 69)
Open to traffic
Built 1936
Fish Creek Bridge   [Map]
Stone arch bridge over Fish Creek, 0.3 mi. east of Fulton
Open to traffic
Built 1935; rehabilitated 1959
Fort Scott Marmaton bridge   [Map]
Lost Bridge over Marmaton River
Demolished
Shown in an 1875 book, possibly built at the location of a ferry at the mouth of Mill Creek
Fulton Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Marsh arch bridge over Little Osage River on CR 1766, just north of Fulton
Open to traffic
Built 1927
Indian Creek Bridge   [Map]
Through truss bridge over Indian Creek on Yale Rd.
Closed to all traffic
Limestone Creek Bridge   [Map]
Lost pony truss bridge over Limestone Creek on a local road
Replaced by new bridge
Replaced 1993
Little Mill Creek Bridge   [Map]
Lost pony truss bridge over Little Mill Creek
No longer exists
Replaced 2000
Little Osage River Bridge   [Map]
Through truss bridge over Little Osage River on 35th Street
Open to traffic
Built in 1896 by the Wrought Iron Bridge Co.
Little Osage River Bridge 2   [Map]
Abandoned truss bridge over Little Osage River
Abandoned
Little Osage River K-7 Bridge   [Map]
Lost through truss bridge over Little Osage River on K-7
No longer exists
Built 1964; rehabilitated 1983; replaced 2004
Long Shoals Bridge   [Map]
Bypassed through truss bridge over Little Osage River on 265th Street
Closed to all traffic
Built 1902 by the Midland Bridge Co.
Long Shoals location in Fort Scott   [Map]
Abandoned parker through truss bridge over Marmaton River on Pedestrians
Abandoned
hopefully rehabilitated in the 20-teens
Lost Creek Bridge   [Map]
Through truss bridge over Lost Creek on 155th Street
Closed to all traffic
Built 1888
Marmaton Bridge   [Map]
Abandoned bowstring through truss bridge over Marmaton River on 240th Street
Abandoned
Built ca. 1878. Closed to vehicular traffic in 1965. Wooden deck destroyed by fire in 1974.
Marmaton River Bridge   [Map]
Polygonal Warren through truss bridge over Marmaton River on Abandoned Railroad Grade in Ft. Scott
Closed to all traffic
Built for the Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad in 1910. Disused in 1997.
Mill Creek Bridge   [Map]
Through arch bridge over Mill Creek on N Crawford St in Fort Scott
Closed
Built 1927; Closed to traffic 2011
Mill Creek Bridge   [Map]
Abandoned Pratt through truss bridge over Mill Creek in Fort Scott
Abandoned with most of deck removed, but has intact walkway (cross at own risk)
North National Avenue Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Marsh arch bridge over Marmaton River on N. National Avenue (Old US 69) in Fort Scott
Open to traffic
Built 1933; rehabilitated 1983 and 2012
Pawnee Creek Bridge   [Map]
Lost pony truss bridge over Pawnee Creek
No longer exists
Built 1897; replaced 2000
Pawnee Creek Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Through arch bridge over Pawnee Creek on Hackberry Road, 4.0 mi. north and 2.4 mi. east of Hiattville
Open to traffic
Built 1929
Sixth Street Pedestrian Overpass   [Map · Street View]
Steel rigid frame bridge over US 69 / K-7 on Pedestrian walkway
Open to pedestrians only
Built 1969; rehabilitated 2005
South Fork Marmaton River Bridge   [Map]
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over South Fork Marmaton River
No longer exists
Built 1903, probably by the Canton Bridge Co.; replaced 1999
Third Street Pedestrian Overpass   [Map · Street View]
Steel rigid frame bridge over US 69 / K-7 on Pedestrian overpass
Open to pedestrians only
Built 1969; rehabilitated 2005
US 69 over E. National Avenue Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Concrete slab bridge over E. National Avenue on Southbound US 69 / K-7 in Fort Scott
Open to traffic above and below
Built 1967
West Fork Dry Wood Creek Bridge   [Map]
Through truss bridge over West Fork Dry Wood Creek, 1.0 mi. west and 2.5 mi. south of Garland
Open to traffic
Built 1925
Wolverine Creek Bridge   [Map]
Lost pony truss bridge over Wolverine Creek on 225th Street
No longer exists