"Old" River Road/Goose Creek Bridge[Map · Street View] Stone arch bridge over Goose Creek on old alignment of River Road Open to pedestrians Bridge probably built sometime in the early-mid 1800's and still exists. The new bridge was built alongside in 1935.
18th Street Lift Bridge[Map] Lost Through truss bridge over Louisville & Portland Canal on 18th Street Removed Built June 23, 1915, Removed 1957
Big Four Bridge[Map · Street View] Rail-Trail six-span through truss railroad bridge over the Ohio River at Louisville Open to pedestrians only Built 1929 using preexisting stone piers. Interurban traffice ends 1939; Approches scrapped 1974.
Big Four Bridge (Original)[Map] Lost Through truss bridge over Ohio River on New York Central Railroad Replaced by a new bridge Built 1888-1895 (Main span portals stated 1893); Replaced 1929
Broad Run Bridge[Map] Pony truss bridge over Broad Run Creek on a private driveway Open to traffic on a private driveway
Canal Stone Arch Bridge[Map] Lost Stone arch bridge over Louisville & Portland Canal on 18th Street Replaced by a new bridge Built 1831; Replaced 1856
Cedar Creek Bridge[Map] Concrete arch bridge over Cedar Creek on Fairmount Road Open to traffic Built ca. 1940
Dreams End Bridge[Map · Street View] Slab bridge over Fern Creek on Dreams End Dr. (an old alignment of US 31 E) Open to traffic Bridge was the US 31 E bridge over Fern Creek before the four lane highway made it obslete in 1959.
George Rogers Clark Memorial Bridge[Map · Street View] Cantilevered through truss bridge over Ohio River on US 31 between Louisville and Jeffersonville Open to traffic Built 1929 by the American Bridge Co.; tolls removed 1946; rehabilitated 1958
John F. Kennedy Memorial Bridge[Map · Street View] Cantilevered through truss bridge over Ohio River on I-65 in Louisville Being reconfigured for one way traffic Built 1963 by the Allied Structural Steel Company. Rebuilt 2016 to serve southbound only traffic
Kentucky & Indiana Bridge[Map · Street View] Through truss railroad bridge over Ohio River between Louisville and New Albany Open to railroad traffic Built 1912; Interurban traffic ends 1946; road deck partially collapsed and closed to northbound traffic. Company employees can use southbound lane.
Kentucky & Indiana Bridge (Old)[Map] Lost through truss bridge over Ohio River on Monon/Southern/B&O/Kentucky & Indiana Terminal Railroad/Daisy Line and Road Replaced by a new bridge Built 1886; Replaced 1912
L&I - Louisville-Anchorage Bridge[Map] Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Ridge Court,Louisville and Nashville Railroad, KY 146 on Louisville & Interurban Railroad Removed but not replaced
Lambeau Lounge Bridge[Map · Street View] Slab bridge over Cane Run Creek on an abandoned alignment of Routt Rd. (KY 1531) Open to pedestrians only (Private Property) Bridge made obslete by newer 1955 Routt Rd. Bridge
Sherman Minton Bridge[Map · Street View] Double Decker Two-span steel through arch bridge over Ohio River on I-64 between New Albany and Louisville in Louisville Open to traffic Built 1961; rehabilitated 1997 and 2011/12; closed on September 9, 2011 due to cracks in the main load-bearing structural element; reopened on February 17/18, 2012
South Fork Beargrass Creek Bridge[Map · Street View] Stone arch bridge over South Fork Beargrass Creek on W Broadway/E Broad Open to traffic Built 1956 as per NBI, but more than likely that was the year the bridge was widened for modern traffic