Jackson County

Black Bridge   [Map]
Lost deck plate girder bridge over Des Moines River on Chicago-Milwaukee and Pacific RR in Jackson
Removed
Previous span was a wooden trestle with Howe deck truss bridge built in 1878. The 1900 span was of steel trestle design.
Blenkiron Bridge   [Map]
Pratt through truss bridge over Heron Lake Outlet on CR 86 (440th Street) at Jackson/Cottonwood Co. Border
Built in 1915 by Joliet Bridge Company. Replaced by steel trestle bridge in 1975.
Bridge L5168   [Map]
Lost Warren pony truss bridge over Skunk Creek on Twp. 2 miles SE of Sioux Valley
Replaced by new bridge
Built 1914; replaced in 2003
Christiania Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Lost through truss bridge over West Fork Des Moines River on CSAH 30 south of Windom
Replaced by a modern bridge
Replaced 1996
Cox Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Steel stringer bridge over Des Moines River on Twp 131
Open to traffic
Built 1979. Previous bridge was a 6-panel Pratt through truss bridge with A-frame portal bracings and 45 heel strut bracings. Built in 1900
CR 38 Bridge   [Map]
Concrete arch bridge over an unnamed creek on CR 38
Open to traffic
Built 1928
CSAH 24 Heron Lake Outlet Crossing   [Map]
Timber stringer bridge over Heron Lake Outlet on CSAH 24
Open to traffic
Built 1944 replacing a through truss bridge built in ca. 1910. Used to serve the main highway between Heron Lake and Windom before being rerouted to the present location at Hwy. 60 and UPRR
CSAH 66/ Sioux Forks Lake Crossing   [Map]
Timber stringer bridge over Little Sioux River on Cr 66
Open to traffic
Built 1937 as part of the Works Progress Administration Project
CSAH 9 Illinois Lake Crossing   [Map]
Lost Concrete pony/through girder bridge over W Fork Little Sioux River on CSAH 9 in Sioux Valley
Replaced by new bridge
Built 1925 using MN Hwy. Dept. standards
CSAH 9 Jack Creek Crossing   [Map · Street View]
Timber stringer bridge over Jack Creek on CSAH 9 in Heron Lake
Open to traffic
Built 1940
Des Moines River Bridge   [Map]
Lost Warren through truss bridge over Des Moines River on CR 19
Replaced by new bridge
Built 1913
Fest Bridge   [Map]
Timber stringer bridge over Heron Lake Outlet on Twp 171 (400th Avenue)
Open to traffic
Built 1959 replacing a pony truss bridge built in 1912
Handzus Bridge   [Map]
Slab bridge over N Fork Little Sioux River on Twp 29
Open to traffic
Built 1970
Hwy. 60 Bridge at Heron Lake Outlet   [Map · Street View]
Stringer bridge over Heron Lake Outlet on Th 60 (East) in Heron Lake
Open to traffic
Built 1987, replacing 90 ft. long riveted polygonal Warren through truss bridge built in 1936 by Teberg and Berg. West bound bridge added in 2001
I-90 Bridge   [Map]
Abandoned pony/through girder bridge over Interstate 90 on Abandoned Milwaukee Road Railroad
Abandoned
Built 1973, abandoned 1981
Kilen Bridge   [Map]
Lost through truss bridge over West Fork Des Moines River on CSAH 19 at Kilen Woods State Park
Replaced by a modern bridge
Built 1913 by the Minneapolis Bridge Co.; replaced 2004
Lilleberg Bridge   [Map]
Stringer bridge over Des Moines River on Csah 16
Open to traffic
Built 1976. Previous span was 8-panel pin-connected Pratt through truss bridge with A-frame portals. That was built in 1911 by Central States Bridge Co. of Indianapolis
Little Sioux River Bridge   [Map]
Timber stringer bridge over Little Sioux River on CR 67
Open to traffic
Built 1963
Mosley Bridge   [Map]
Timber stringer bridge over Jud Ditch # 8 on Cnty 66
Replaced by a new bridge
Built 1939; replaced in 2012
Okabena Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Lost through truss bridge over Jack Creek on CSAH 9 at Okabena
Replaced by a modern bridge
Built 1936; replaced 1998
Okabena Creek Bridge   [Map]
Pony truss bridge over Okabena Creek on CR 191
Bridge was replaced
Built 1916; was replaced in 2009
Okabena Creek Bridge   [Map]
Queenpost pony truss bridge over Okabena Creek on CR 187
Closed to all traffic
Built 1905; relocated to this spot and rehabilitated 1938; closed to traffic in 1990
Okabena Creek Bridge   [Map]
Concrete pony/through girder bridge over Okabena Creek on 340th Ave., 0.3 miles N of CSAH 18
Open to traffic
Built 1917
Pavelko Bridge   [Map]
Timber stringer bridge over Jud Ditch # 35 on CSAH 66
Replaced by a new bridge
Built 1939; replaced in 2012
Petersburg Road Bridge   [Map]
Lost through truss bridge over West Fork Des Moines River on Petersburg Road in Jackson
No longer exists
Built 1930; closed to traffic 1984; abandoned 1992; damaged by flooding 1993; later demolished
Petersburg Village Bridge   [Map]
Steel stringer bridge over Des Moines River on Csah 4, 0.2 mi north of CSAH 23 in Petersburg
Open to traffic
Built 1965, replaces pony truss bridge built 0.6 miles east of structure, which was destroyed in the flooding.
Red Bridge
Lost pratt through truss bridge over Des Moines River on State aid road 8N (formerly) in Windom
Lost
Built in 1909, made obsolete when road was rerouted to the west. Later renamed CSAH 17. Bridge was closed in 1974; later removed in 1975
Rustad Bridge   [Map]
Stringer bridge over Heron Lake Outlet on Cr 86
Open to traffic
Built 1978 replacing 100 ft. long Pratt through truss bridge with W-frame portal bracings built in 1913
State Street Bridge   [Map]
Steel stringer bridge over Des Moines River on State Street in Jackson
Open to traffic
Built 1985. Previous spans consisted of a 7-panel Pratt through truss bridge built ca. 1890. Span was replaced with riveted Parker through truss span relocated from US 71 Bridge. Bridge was constructed by Iowa Bridge Co. in 1924. Bridge replaced 1985
UP Jack Creek Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Pony/through girder bridge over Jack Creek on Union Pacific Railroad
Open to traffic
UPRR Heron Lake Outlet Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Timber stringer bridge over Heron Lake OUtlet on UPRR
Open to traffic
US 71 Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Steel stringer bridge over West Fork Des Moines River on US 71 in Jackson
To be replaced in 2015
Built 1954 by L.M. Feller Construction Rochester, MN. Previous span was a riveted Parker through truss bridge built in 1924. It was relocated to the State Street Bridge site at the time of its replacement.
Walter Halloran Memorial Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Steel stringer bridge over Des Moines River on Csah 14 in Jackson
Open to traffic
Built 1955; rehabilitated 1982. Dedicated in honor of Pastor Walter Halloran in 1994 Previous bridge was a 7-panel Pratt through truss bridge with M-frame portals.