Highway 66/ Red Jacket Highway Bridge[Map] Lost Pony truss bridge over Le Sueur River on MN Hwy. 66 Replaced by new bridge Built 1936 in Houston County; relocated here in 1965 to replace a 1911 closed spandrel concrete arch bridge that was washed away during the flooding; replaced in 1995
Hungry Hollow Bridge[Map] Pratt through truss bridge over Le Sueur River on Twp. 167 In storage Built 1883; Made obsolete by a new bridge in 2001; Disassembled and awaiting reuse.
Kern Bridge[Map] Bowstring through truss bridge over LeSeuer River at border of Mankato and South Bend Townships on Township Rd. 190 and 195th Lane Closed to all traffic Built 1873 by Wrought Iron Bridge Company Canton, OH; Closed to traffic in 1990
Marsh Concrete Rainbow Arch Bridge[Map] Marsh arch bridge over an old channel of the Little Cottonwood River on an old alignment of Apple Road Abandoned. Electric fence around bridge. Built 1911 by James Marsh
MILW - Maple River Bridge[Map] Abandoned pratt through truss bridge over Maple River on Abandoned Milwaukee Road Railroad Derelict/abandoned, possibly on private property Built 1897, Relocated Here in 1910
Minneopa Creek Stone Arch Bridge[Map] Stone Arch over Minneopa Creek on County Rd 69 & Union Pacific Railroad Open Road (Formerly rail) portion built 1879 ; Railroad portion built 1905
Minneopa Falls Bridge[Map] Open-spandrel arch bridge over the Twin Falls of Minneopa Creek at Minneopa State Park Replaced by a new bridge
Minnesota River Bridge[Map] Lost two-span through truss bridge over Minnesota River on CR 42 Demolished Built 1954; replaced 2007
Rapidan Dam[Map · Street View] Lost Bridge over Blue Earth River on Road Dam functional; Roadway replaced by a new bridge 1958 Built 1910
Rapidan Mills Bridge[Map] Lost Whipple through truss bridge over Blue Earth River on Road Removed Built 1879; Removed 1910-1911
Red Jacket Trestle[Map · Street View] Girder bridge over MN Hwy. 66 and Le Sueur River on Minnesota Valley Railroad (now a bike trail) Bridge open as of 11/11/11 Built 1874; river spans replaced in 1901; south pier damaged by flooding in September, 2010; girder span relocated to the ground awaiting rehabilitation; pier collapsed during removal, replaced, looks like original and is back open.
Rice Creek Bridge[Map] Lost Howe pony truss bridge over Rice Creek on Twp 24 Replaced by a new bridge Built 1980