Franklin County

BNSF - Marais Des Cygnes River Bridge (E)   [Map]
Parker through truss bridge over Marais Des Cygnes River on Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway
Open to traffic
Branch Middle Creek Bridge   [Map]
Arch bridge over a branch of Middle Creek, 2.7 mi. south of Homewood
Open to traffic
Built 1935
Branch Pottawatomie Creek Bridge   [Map]
Lost pony truss bridge over a branch of Pottawatomie Creek on a local road, 1.0 mi. west and 3.4 mi. south of Lane
Replaced by new bridge
Built ca. 1920; replaced 1992
Columbia Bridge   [Map]
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Marais des Cygnes River on what appears to be a former alignment of Labette Road.
Lost
Built in 1880 by the Columbia Bridge Works of Dayton, Ohio. Bypassed in 1980, but never removed. Collapsed 2010.
East Fork Tauy Creek Bridge   [Map]
Lost pony truss bridge over East Fork Tauy Creek on RS 263
No longer exists
Built 1925; replaced 1999
Eight Mile Creek Bridge   [Map]
Pony truss bridge over Eight Mile Creek on Pawnee Rd in Ottawa
Open to traffic
Built ca. 1920
Eight Mile Creek Bridge   [Map]
Pony truss bridge over Eight Mile Creek on Osborne Terrace near Ottawa
Open to traffic
Built ca. 1920
Eisenhower Terrace Overpass   [Map · Street View]
Pony truss bridge over AT&SF Railway, 1.0 mi. west of Ottawa
Open to traffic
Built 1929
Flint Hills Nature Trail - Marais des Cygnes River Bridge   [Map]
Warren through truss bridge over Marais des Cygnes River on Abandoned Railroad Grade - formerly Missouri Pacific Railroad.
Open to pedestrians only
Flint Hills Nature Trail - Middle Creek Bridge   [Map]
Warren through truss bridge over Middle Creek on Flint Hills Nature Trail (rail trail)
Open to pedestrians
Built 19?? by the American Bridge Co. Converted to pedestrian use ca. 2009.
Hickory Creek Bridge   [Map]
Pony truss bridge over Hickory Creek, 1.5 mi. east of Peoria
Open to traffic
Built ca. 1920
K-68 Marais des Cygnes River Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Bridge over Marais des Cygnes River on K-68
Open to traffic
Built 1950
Marais Des Cygnes River Bridge   [Map]
Lost through truss bridge over Marais Des Cygnes River on a local road, 1.0 mi. west and 1.0 mi. south of Pomona
Replaced by new bridge
Built 1908; replaced 1991
Marais Des Cygnes River Bridge   [Map]
Lost through truss bridge over Marais Des Cygnes River on a local road, 1.5 mi. east and 1.3 mi. south of Pomona
Replaced by new bridge
Replaced 1992
Middle Creek Bridge   [Map]
Concrete arch bridge over Middle Creek, 0.5 mi. south and 0.9 mi. east of Princeton
Open to traffic
Built ca. 1920
Middle Creek Bridge   [Map]
Pony truss bridge over Middle Creek, 2.9 mi. north and 2.5 mi. east of Princeton
Closed to all traffic
Built 1908
Middle Creek Oregon Terrace Bridge   [Map]
Lost through truss bridge over Middle Creek on Oregon Terrace
no longer exists
Middle Creek Tributary Bridge   [Map]
Stone arch bridge over a branch of Middle Creek, 1.5 mi. south and 0.1 mi. east of Homewood
Open to traffic
Built ca. 1930
Pottawatomie Creek Bridge   [Map]
Lost through truss bridge over Pottawatomie Creek on FAS 266
Replaced by new bridge
Built 1928; replaced 1994
Rock Creek Bridge   [Map]
Lost pony truss bridge over Rock Creek
No longer exists
Replaced 1999
Tauy Creek Bridge   [Map]
Through truss bridge over Tauy Creek on Nebraska Road, northeast of Ottawa
Closed to all traffic
Built 1895 by the Kansas City Bridge Co.
Tauy Creek Bridge   [Map]
Pony truss bridge over Tauy Creek, 3.0 mi. east of N. Ottawa
No longer exists
Built ca. 1920, removed June 2008
Turkey Creek Bridge   [Map]
Pony truss bridge over Turkey Creek on a local road, 2.0 mi. north and 0.4 mi. east of Rantoul
Unknown status
Walnut Creek Bridge   [Map]
Concrete arch bridge over Walnut Creek, 1.0 mi. south of Wellsville
Open to traffic
Built ca. 1920 by the Topeka Bridge & Iron Co.
West Tauy Creek Bridge   [Map]
Lost pony truss bridge over West Tauy Creek on RS 263
No longer exists
Built 1925; replaced 1999
Wolf Creek Bridge   [Map]
Pony truss bridge over Wolf Creek on a local road
In a field near the bridge site.
Built 1925; replaced 2002 and moved to a nearby field.