Butler County

Ackerman Ditch CR 342 Bridge   [Map]
Wooden bridge over Ackerman Ditch on CR 342
Open to one-lane traffic
Built 1976
Ball Mill Bridge   [Map]
Lost through truss bridge over Little Black River on CR 368, just beyond the end of Route V southwest of Harviell
Replaced by a concrete span in 1988
Black River MO 53 Bridge   [Map]
Lost bridge over Black River on MO 53 northwest of Qulin
Portion of approach still visible on north side of road
Replaced 1985
Butler County Road 630 Bridge   [Map]
Wooden bridge over a drainage ditch on CR 630, east of Route AA
Open to one-lane traffic
Built 1989
Butler County Road 654 Bridge
Lost pony truss bridge over a drainage ditch on CR 654
Replaced by new bridge
Replaced 1991
Cane Creek Branch CR 410 Bridge   [Map]
Small wooden bridge over a branch of Cane Creek on CR 410
Open to one-lane traffic
Built 1983; rehabilitated 1994
Cane Creek CR 408 Bridge   [Map]
Wooden deck bridge over Cane Creek on CR 408 just north of CR 410
Open to one-lane traffic
Built 1972
Cane Creek CR 410 Truss Bridge   [Map]
Lost pony truss bridge over Cane Creek on CR 410
Demolished Fall 2006 to make room for a replacement bridge
Built ca. 1920 by Miller & Borcherding
Cane Creek CR 410 Wooden Bridge   [Map]
Wooden bridge with three stone masonry piers over Cane Creek on CR 410
Open to one-lane traffic with a 14 ton weight limit
Built ca. 1930; rehabilitated in 1996
Cane Creek CR 411 Bridge   [Map]
Lost pony truss bridge over Cane Creek at intersection CR 411 and CR 410 northwest of Poplar Bluff
Replaced by a concrete span, but pile of steel beams from old bridge remain
Built 1916 by Miller & Borcherding; relocated here in 1924; replaced 2002
Cane Creek CR 423 Bridge   [Map]
Lost pony truss bridge over Cane Creek on CR 423 between US 60 and Route PP
Replaced late 2002 by a concrete span, old right-of-way and one concrete abutment still visible
Built ca. 1920; replaced 2002
Cane Creek CR 472 Bridge   [Map]
Lost bridge over Cane Creek on CR 472 southwest of Poplar Bluff off Route M
Replaced by a concrete span
Built or relocated here in 1972; replaced 1992
Cane Creek MO 158 Bridge   [Map]
Pony plate-girder bridge over Cane Creek on MO 158 at Harviell
Open to one-lane traffic
Built 1937
Colledge Street Bridge   [Map]
Stringer bridge with wooden deck over Cattail Creek on Colledge Street (CR 572) in Rombauer
Open to one-lane traffic
Built ca. 1960
Coombs Street Bridge   [Map]
Stringer bridge with stone abutments over Cattail Creek on Coombs Street (CR 575) in Rombauer
Open to one-lane traffic
CR499 Indian Ford Bridge   [Map]
Through truss bridge over St. Francis River between Puxico and Rombauer on Stoddard CR 499
Closed
Formerly a bridge on the Frisco Hoxie Branch railroad built in 1926(?) and later retrofitted for vehicle use when the line was discontinued in 1967
First Hendrickson Bridge
Lost through truss bridge over Black River just south of Hendrickson
No longer exists
Fisk Bridge   [Map]
Lost skewed through truss bridge over St. Francis River on MO 51 (Old US 60) at Fisk
Main truss span replaced, but original approaches and piers remain
Built 1929; main span collapsed Dec. 1975; replaced and reopened Mar. 1976
Fisk Railroad Bridge   [Map]
Pony plate girder railroad bridge over St. Francis River at Fisk
Open to railroad traffic
The first railroad bridge at Fisk was a through truss with a center pivot span to allow boats to travel up St. Francis River. At some point this bridge was replaced with a pony plate girder span.
Frisco - Black River Bridge (Poplar Bluff, MO)   [Map · Street View]
Abandoned Frisco Railroad bridge over Black River in Poplar Bluff, several blocks northeast of the courthouse
Abandoned with deck and approaches removed
Built 1901, abandoned 1967. Was temporarily converted for vehicular use in 1968 to alleviate traffic problems
Frisco - Hoffman Hollow Bridge   [Map]
Abandoned wooden trestle northeast of Rombauer next to CR 575
Abandoned, with most of deck missing.
Frisco - Palmer Slough Trestle   [Map]
Lost wooden trestle on the Frisco Hoxie Branch Railroad over Palmer Slough near Sportmen's Park in Poplar Bluff
Removed
Demolished Fall 2007
Glennonville Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Through truss bridge over St. Francis River on MO 53 near Glennonville
Open to two-lane traffic
Built 1922-23 by M.E. Gillioz; substructure reconstructed in 1939
Happy Hollow Bridge   [Map]
Small concrete bridge on Route O (Old US 67) in Hendrickson
Open to traffic
Hargrove Bridge   [Map]
Swing bridge with two pony trusses over Black River on CR 658
Open to one-lane traffic on a gravel road with an 8 ton weight limit
Completed Nov. 15, 1917, by Miller and Borcherding Bridge Builders of St. Louis. Closed in 1992 due to flood damage. Rehabilitated and reopened July 2, 1999.
Harviell Railroad Bridge   [Map]
Pony plate girder bridge over Cane Creek on the Union Pacific Railroad, just north of Harviell
Open to railroad traffic on two tracks
Hendrickson Bridge   [Map]
Abandoned two-span through truss bridge over Black River near Hendrickson
Abandoned and overgrown with kudzu, but reachable on foot
Built 1933-34 as part of a realignment of US 67. Closed in 1965 when a section collapsed after being hit by a truck; was reopened in 29 days. Replacement bridge built 1976.
Hendrickson Viaduct   [Map]
Concrete bridge with balusters on Old US 67 over the Union Pacific Railroad west of Hendrickson
Open to traffic, providing access to the Hendrickson boat ramp
Built 1933
Hilliard Bridge   [Map]
Lost through truss bridge over Black River on Route W (originally US 67) at Hilliard northeast of Poplar Bluff
Short stretch of pavement from eastern approach still visible
Replaced 1964
Hudson Drive Bridge   [Map]
Pony truss bridge over Pike Creek on Hudson Drive
Unknown status
Built or relocated here ca. 1970
Magill Hollow Bridge   [Map]
Small stone arch bridge over a Branch of Black River on CR 501 just west of Hendrickson
Open to traffic
Main Ditch CR 307 Bridge   [Map]
Lost pony truss bridge over Main Ditch (Pike Creek) on CR 307 (Lone Star Road) just south of Poplar Bluff in Poplar Bluff
Replaced by a new bridge
Built 1915; replaced August 2005
Miller Bridge   [Map]
Lost through truss bridge over Cane Creek on CR 448 west of Poplar Bluff
Replaced by a concrete span
Built 1902 by the Interstate Bridge Co.; replaced 1998
Millers Bridge   [Map]
Lost pony truss bridge over Cane Creek on Route PP (Old US 60) west of Poplar Bluff
Replaced by a new bridge
Built 1924; replaced 2012
Pine Street Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Deck truss bridge on westbound Business US 60 (Pine Street) over Black River in Poplar Bluff
Open to two-lane westbound traffic
Built 1934; rehabilitated 1986. Parallel eastbound bridge built 1975.
Qulin Bridge   [Map]
Lost pony truss bridge over a drainage ditch northwest of Qulin on CR 655
Replaced by new concrete bridge in 2004
Built 1930, probably by R.L. Miller; replaced 2004
Ringo Ford Bridge   [Map]
Lost bridge over Little Black River on US 160 between Fairdealing and Harviell
No longer exists
Built 1924; replaced in 1963
Route B Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Steel stringer bridge over Drainage ditch on Route B (Old US 60)
Open to traffic
Built 1949
Roxie Road Bridge   [Map]
Lost through truss over Cane Creek on CR 450 west of Poplar Bluff
Replaced by a concrete span on a new alignment to the north
Built by Stupp Brothers Bridge & Iron Co. during 1905-1906 at a cost of $1,700; replaced by a concrete bridge in 1994
Tenmile Creek CR 428 Bridge   [Map]
Lost pony truss bridge over Tenmile Creek on CR 428 west of Route PP
Replaced by a concrete span
Built ca. 1920; replacement built 1995
UP - Mengo Bridge   [Map]
Two-span through truss bridge over Black River on the Union Pacific Railroad, between Poplar Bluff and Hilliard
Still in use
Built 1906 by the American Bridge Co.
UP Black River Bridge   [Map]
Through truss bridge over Black River on the Poplar Bluff-Dexter line of the Union Pacific Railroad
Open to railroad traffic
Built 1903 by the American Bridge Co.
Vine Street Bridge   [Map]
Lost through truss over Black River on Vine Street in Poplar Bluff
No trace of old bridge visible
Built 1883, replacing an earlier wooden toll bridge built by Daniel Kitchen in 1868 which had collapsed. Closed to traffic in 1968 because of poor condition, and soon replaced by a new concrete bridge at the same location
Wilby Creek Bridge   [Map]
Concrete slab bridge over Wilby Creek on Route O (formerly US 67)
Open to traffic
Built 1921