BNSF - Eudora Bridge [Map] Pratt through truss bridge over Wakarusa River on Atchson Topeka and Santa Fe RailroadOpen to trafficBuilt 1897, Abutments Rebuilt 1936
Chicken Creek Bridge [Map · Street View] Stone arch bridge over Burtons Branch of Chicken Creek on E 850 Road, southeast of Lone StarOpen to pedestrians onlyBuilt 1913 by B.F Metsker and Ike Babb; made obsolete by new bridge in 2001
Deer Creek Branch Bridge [Map] Abandoned pony truss bridge over Unnamed CreekDerelict/abandoned, no decking, 3' wide catwalk running lengthSpoke with landowner, said that previous owner of the property heard of a local bridge just south of current location over Dry Creek becoming available during construction of Clinton Lake in the early 1970's, moved to current spot over small creek
Eudora Bridge [Map · Street View] Lost Through truss bridge over Wakarusa River on Old K-10 in EudoraReplaced by new bridgeBuilt 1931, demolished 1998.
Kaw River Bridge [Map] Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Kansas River at Eudora on Elm StreetReplaced by a new bridge
Lecompton-Perry Bridge [Map] Lost Parker through truss bridge over Kansas River on Halderman Street.Replaced by a new bridge a few hundred yards downstream.Built 1899; Damaged due to floods in 1903, 1905, & 1908; 3 spans lost to ice jam 1910; Razed 1969
Massachusetts Street Bridge (2nd) [Map] Lost Through truss bridge over Kansas River on (Later US40/59)Replaced 1917Built late 1800's. Several spans washed out in 1903 Kansas River flood. Replaced 1917
Massachusetts Street Bridge (3rd) [Map] Lost Open-spandrel arch bridge over Kansas River on US 24/US 40/ Massachusetts Street in LawrenceReplaced by new bridgeBuilt by Douglas County in 1917 - Demolished late 1970s UP - Mud Creek Bridge [Map] Abandoned pony plate girder bridge over Mud Creek on Union Pacific railroadAbandoned with tracks in placeBuilt 1900
Washington Creek Bridge [Map · Street View] Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Washington Creek on E 850 Road, 1.1 mi. east and 0.2 mi. north of Lone StarLostBuilt ca. 1910 demolished and replaced July 2009 Women's Bridge [Map · Street View] Stone arch bridge over East Fork of Tauy Creek on High Street in Baldwin CityOpen to trafficBuilt ca. 1890 at the direction of Baldwin mayor Lucy Sullivan and an all-female city council. Rehabilitated 2006.