New Madrid County

BNSF RR Bridge   [Map]
Steel stringer bridge over BNSF RR on US 60 WB
Open to traffic
Built 1958
CR 792 Bridge   [Map]
Lost pony truss bridge over a drainage ditch on CR 792
Replaced by new bridge
Built or relocated here 1972; replaced 1998
Ditch No. 4 Bridge   [Map]
Lost pony truss bridge over Drainage Ditch No. 4 on US 62
Replaced by new bridge
Built 1931; replaced 1992
Henderson Mound Bridge   [Map]
Wooden deck bridge on CR 711 over a drainage ditch near Henderson Mound
Open to traffic
Rehabilitated 1988
Knotts Bridge   [Map]
Abandoned through truss bridge over St. Johns Bayou on CR 732
Closed to all traffic
Built 1917 by the Vincennes Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 1980; closed to traffic ca. 2000
Morehouse Bridge   [Map]
Lost pony truss bridge over Little River on MO 114 (Old US 60) in Morehouse
Replaced by new bridge
Built 1925
New Madrid County Road 268 Bridge   [Map]
Wooden deck bridge over Ditch No. 6 on CR 268
Open to traffic
Built 1957
New Madrid County Road 284 Bridge   [Map]
Wooden deck bridge on CR 284 over a drainage ditch southwest of Gideon near the Dunklin County line
Open to traffic
Built 1956; rehabilitated 1987
New Madrid County Road 357 Bridge   [Map]
Wooden deck bridge over a drainage ditch on CR 357 west of Portageville
Open to traffic
Built 1956; rehabilitated 1988
New Madrid County Road 405 Bridge   [Map]
Wooden deck bridge over Drain Dtch on CR 405 near the end of Route AB
Open to traffic
Built 1975; rehabilitated 1980
New Madrid County Road 510 Bridge   [Map]
Wooden deck bridge over Little River on CR 510 west of Lilbourn
Open to traffic
Built 1966
New Madrid County Road 566 Bridge
Lost wooden deck bridge over Ditch #258 on CR 566, northeast of Malden
No longer exists
Built 1952; replaced 2002
New Madrid County Road 613 Bridge   [Map]
Wooden deck bridge over a drainage ditch on CR 613
Open to traffic
Built 1975; rehabilitated 1994
New Madrid County Road 626 Bridge   [Map]
Wooden deck bridge over Otter Slough Ditch on CR 626 southwest of Matthews
Open to one-lane traffic with a 13 ton weight limit
Built 1954; rehabilitated 1986
New Madrid County Road 630 Bridge   [Map]
Wooden deck bridge over Ash Slough Ditch on CR 630 at Route AE
Open to one-lane traffic
Built 1966; rehabilitated 1995
New Madrid County Road 702 Bridge   [Map]
Wooden deck bridge over St. Johns Drainage Ditch on CR 702
Open to traffic
Built 1962
New Madrid County Road 714 Bridge   [Map]
Wooden deck bridge over a drainage ditch on CR 714
Open to traffic
Built 1951; rehabilitated 1981
New Madrid County Road 714 Bridge No. 2   [Map]
Wooden deck bridge over Ditch No. 10 on CR 714
Open to traffic
Built 1955
New Madrid County Road 740 Bridge   [Map]
Wooden deck bridge over a drainage ditch on CR 740
Open to traffic
Built 1975
New Madrid County Road 808 Bridge   [Map]
Wooden deck bridge over St. Johns Drainage Ditch on CR 808
Open to traffic
Built 1975; rehabilitated 1986
New Madrid County Road 810 Bridge   [Map]
Wooden deck bridge over Ash Ditch on CR 810
Open to traffic
Built 1949; rehabilitated 1988
New Madrid County Road 824 Bridge   [Map]
Wooden deck bridge over Otter Slough Ditch on CR 824
Open to traffic
Built 1975
New Madrid County Road 828 Bridge   [Map]
Wooden deck bridge over a drainage ditch on CR 828
Open to traffic
Built ca. 1960; rehabilitated 1993
New Madrid County Road 829 Bridge   [Map]
Wooden deck bridge over a drainage ditch on CR 829
Open to traffic
Built 1964
Otter Slough CR 630 Bridge   [Map]
Wooden deck bridge over Otter Slough Ditch on CR 630
Open to traffic
Built 1975
St. Johns Ditch CR 820 Bridge   [Map]
Lost wooden deck bridge on CR 820 over St. Johns Ditch just west of I-55
No longer exists
Built ca. 1950; replaced 2004
The Floodway US 62 Bridge   [Map]
Lost pony truss bridge over The Floodway on US 62
Replaced by new bridge
Built 1929; rehabilitated 1967; replaced 1995
Union Pacific Railroad over I-55 Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Plate girder bridge over I-55 on Union Pacific Railroad in New Madrid
Open to traffic
Built 1960
Wayne Street Bridge   [Map]
Wooden deck bridge over Old Channel Little River on Wayne Street in Morehouse
Open to traffic
Built 1956