Bollinger County

Bollinger County Road 428 Bridge   [Map]
Lost pony truss bridge on CR 428 north of Advance over Ditch No. 8
Replaced with a new bridge made from a recycled train car chassis
Probably built ca. 1930 by Miller & Borcherding Bridge Builders of St. Louis. Replaced 2003 or early 2004.
Bollinger County Road 628 Bridge   [Map]
Lost pony truss bridge over a drainage ditch on CR 628
Replaced by new bridge
Built ca. 1920, probably by Miller & Borcherding
Bollinger County Road 634 Bridge   [Map]
Wooden plank bridge over Old Channel Castor River on CR 634 along the Stoddard County line
Open to one-lane traffic with a 15 ton weight limit
Built 1924; rehabilitated 1992
Bollinger County Road 640 Bridge   [Map]
Wooden trestle over Old Channel Castor River on CR 640, west of Brownwood
Open to traffic
Built 1949
Brush Creek Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Steel stringer bridge over Brush Creek on Route P
Open to traffic
Built 1933
Castor River Twin Bridges   [Map]
Lost through truss bridge over Castor River on MO 34 west of Grassy
Replaced by two concrete bridges
Built ca. 1924; replaced 1989
Castor Rvr Ovrfl Bridge   [Map]
Concrete tee beam bridge over Castor Rvr Ovrfl on Mo 51 S
Open to traffic
Built 1929; rehabilitated 1974
CR 502 Culvert   [Map]
Slab bridge over Branch of Opossum Creek on CR 502
Open to traffic
Crooked Creek CR 402 Bridge   [Map]
Lost through truss bridge over Crooked Creek between Marble Hill and Leopold on CR 402
Replaced by a concrete span in 1995
Built 1917; replaced 1995
Crooked Creek CR 846 Bridge   [Map]
Concrete bridge over Crooked Creek on CR 846 at Hawn Access Conservation Area
Open to one-lane traffic
Built 1922
Diversion Channel MO 91 Bridge   [Map]
Lost bridge over the Diversion Channel on MO 91 north of Advance
No longer exists, but vestiges of old roadbed still visible
Built 1922; replaced 1970
Dolles Mill Bridge   [Map]
Lost through truss bridge over Whitewater River northwest of Sedgewickville near Bollinger/Dolles Mill
Replaced by a new bridge
Built 1913 at Sedgewickville; relocated here in 1936; replaced 2011
Drum Bridge   [Map]
Small wooden plank bridge over Malone Creek on CR 434 near Glennon and Drum
Open to one-lane traffic
Built ca. 1930
Dry Creek Bridge   [Map]
Pony truss bridge over Dry Creek on CR 416 southwest of Leopold
Open to traffic on a gravel road with a 5 ton weight limit
Built ca. 1910
Dry Creek MO 91 Bridge   [Map]
Concrete tee beam bridge over Dry Creek on MO 91
Open to traffic
Built 1927
Gimlet Creek Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Lost pony truss bridge over Gimlet Creek on MO 34 near Glenallen
Replaced by a culvert
Built 1922; replaced 2013
Gipsy Bridge   [Map]
Lost through truss bridge over Castor River north of Gipsy on CR 736
Demolished in Summer 2002 and replaced with a boring concrete bridge
Built 1911-12 at Greenbrier (?); relocated here in 1927
Glenallen Bridge   [Map]
Two-span pony truss bridge over Little Crooked Creek at Glenallen in Glen Allen
Open to traffic on a paved road with a 3 ton weight limit
Built in 1908; made obsolete in 1961 by a new concrete bridge on Route ZZ
Greenbrier Bridge   [Map]
Lost bridge over the Diversion Channel on CR 614 at Greenbrier just beyond the end of Route W
Replaced by new bridge; pair of tubular piers still visible in winter on north bank to the west of new bridge
Built 1911 and replaced by a concrete span in 1987
Hawker Creek Bridge   [Map]
Stringer bridge with wooden deck over Hawker Creek on CR 528 just off MO 51 east of Zalma
Open to traffic with a weight limit
Built ca. 1925
Hog Creek CR 302 Bridge   [Map]
Small wooden deck bridge over Hog Creek on CR 302
Closed to all traffic
Built 1928
Huffmans Creek CR 852 Bridge   [Map]
Wooden bridge over Huffmans Creek on CR 852
Open to traffic
Built 1926
Hurricane Creek Bridge   [Map]
Steel stringer bridge over Hurricane Creek on Route CC
Open to traffic
Built 1960
Hurricane Creek MO 34 Bridge   [Map]
Lost through truss bridge over Hurricane Creek on MO 34 east of Marble Hill
Replaced by modern bridge
Built 1922, replacing an earlier 1910's structure which had washed away in a flood. Replaced in 1976 by a concrete bridge built by contractor Potashnick Construction Inc.
Laflin Bridge   [Map]
Lost through truss bridge over Crooked Creek southwest of Laflin on CR 408, just beyond the end of Route U
Demolished to make way for replacement bridge
Built 1908 by Stupp Brothers Bridge & Iron Co.; closed to traffic Dec. 15, 2003; main span demolished Apr. 13, 2005; replacement bridge opened Jan. 2006
Lick Log Creek Bridge   [Map]
Derelict through truss over Lick Log Creek just south of Gipsy Bridge on CR 736
Abandoned with portions of deck missing, replaced by new truss bridge
Built 1900 at Zalma, relocated ca. 1930 after the new Zalma Bridge was constructed; bypassed by new truss bridge in 1995
Little Laflin Bridge   [Map]
Lost pony truss bridge over a branch of Crooked Creek near Laflin on CR 408
Replaced by a new bridge
Built ca. 1930; replaced 2005
Little Muddy Creek Bridge   [Map]
Lost pony truss bridge over Little Muddy Creek on MO 72
Replaced by new bridge
Built 1923; rehabilitated 1975; replaced 1992
Little Valley Church Bridge   [Map]
Pony truss bridge over Cane Creek on CR 524 northwest of Dongola
Open to traffic on a gravel road with an 8 ton (?) weight limit
Built 1922
Little Whitewater CR 906 Bridge   [Map]
Wooden deck bridge over Little Whitewater River on CR 906
Open to traffic
Built 1928
Malone Creek CR 418 Bridge   [Map]
Lost wooden bridge over Malone Creek on CR 418
Replaced by new bridge
Built 1933; replaced 2009(?)
Marble Hill Bridge   [Map]
Lost through truss bridges over Crooked Creek on MO 34/51 between Marble Hill and old Lutesville
Replaced by a new bridge
First through truss built 1906 by Stupp Bros., replaced in 1922 by another through truss built by the state highway department, finally replaced 1974 by a concrete bridge.
Marble Hill Swinging Bridge
Lost three-tower swinging footbridge over Crooked Creek between Marble Hill and old Lutesville
No longer exists
The first swinging footbridge, with two towers, was built 1899 to provide a link between Marble Hill and Lutesville when Crooked Creek flooded. A more substantial footbridge, with three towers, was built 1908
Mopac - Glenallen Tunnel   [Map]
Abandoned railroad tunnel north of Glenallen on the Belmont Branch, Iron Mountain Railroad; Later Missouri Pacific
Abandoned and inaccessible on private land
Completed August 14, 1869; Final train through in April 1973; Abandoned 1974
New Lick Log Creek Bridge   [Map]
Relocated pony truss bridge over Lick Log Creek on CR 736 near Gipsy
Open to traffic with no posted restrictions
Originally built 1922 over Opossum Creek on MO 51 near Marble Hill, relocated here in 1995
Opossum Creek CR 501 Bridge   [Map]
Wooden bridge over Opossum Creek on CR 501
Open to one-lane traffic
Built 1975
Patton Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Two-span pony truss bridge over Little Whitewater River on MO 51 in Patton
Open to two-lane traffic on a paved road
Built 1922-23
Perkins Creek CR 708 Bridge   [Map]
Lost bridge on CR 708 over Perkins Creek northwest of Zalma
Replaced by a concrete bridge
Built ca. 1920; replaced 1989
Sank Bridge   [Map]
Lost bedstead pony truss bridge over Clubb Creek on CR 530, northeast of Zalma
Replaced by a new bridge
Built 1908 near Zalma by Stupp Brothers Bridge & Iron Co.; relocated here in 1927
Sedgewickville Bridge   [Map]
Three-span pony plate-girder bridge over Whitewater River on Route K north of Sedgewickville
Open to two-lane traffic
Built 1936
Slagle Creek Bridge   [Map]
Pony truss bridge over Slagle Creek on CR 714 near the intersection with CR 720 southwest of Arab
Open to traffic on a gravel road with a 4 ton weight limit
Built ca. 1925 by Miller & Borcherding Bridge Builders of St. Louis, the company that built Hargrove Bridge using the same patented truss design
Slagle Creek CR 720 Bridge   [Map]
Lost wooden deck bridge over Slagle Creek on CR 720
Replaced by new bridge
Built 1922; replaced 1994
Stones Branch Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Lost pony truss bridge over Stones Branch on MO 51, near the Route A intersection
Replaced by a new bridge
Built 1922
Zalma Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Through truss bridge over Castor River on MO 51 at Zalma
Open to one-lane traffic
Built 1929-30, replacing a 1900 span that was then moved to Gipsy