Ralls County

Al's Tavern Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Pony truss bridge over Marble Creek on Ilasco Trail (CR 279)
Open to traffic
Built 1910 by Stupp Brothers
Anderson / Rismiller Bridge   [Map]
Through truss bridge over Spencer Creek on Brush Creek Road west of Frankford
Removed and dumped nearby
Built 1911 by Stupp Brothers, Rehabilitated 2011, carelessly tossed into a nearby field in 2016
Asher Bridge   [Map]
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Salt River on MO Hwy H
Replaced by a new bridge in 1964
Before Asher Bridge was built, travelers used a nearby low water crossing which could only be forded three months of the year.
Bailey Bridge   [Map]
Lost through truss over Salt River on Bailey Bridge Road southeast of New London
Replaced by a boring concrete bridge
Built 1910 by Stupp Brothers; replaced 2002
Bear Branch Bridge   [Map]
Lost pony truss bridge over Bear Branch on Spencer Church Road
Replaced by new bridge
Built ca. 1910; replaced 1993
Bear Creek Bridge   [Map]
Lost pony truss bridge over Bear Creek on Hydesburg Road (CR 51)
Replaced by new bridge
Built ca. 1910; replaced 1994
Bear Creek Covered Bridge 25-87-02x   [Map]
Lost covered bridge over Bear Creek on the Hannibal-New London Toll Road
No longer standing
Built 1859; replaced 1931
Beaver Road Bridge   [Map]
Two-span pony truss bridge over Spencer Creek on Beaver Road (Old US 61) northwest of Frankford
Closed to all traffic
Built 1925
Bridgewater Lane Bridge   [Map]
Pony truss bridge over Hays Creek on Bridgewater Lane south of Madisonville
Open to traffic
Built ca. 1920
Briscoe Bridge   [Map]
Lost pony truss bridge over Turkey Creek on Buford Cave Road
Replaced by new bridge
Built ca. 1925; replaced 1997
East Lick Creek Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Lost Concrete tee beam bridge over East Lick Creek on Mo 19
Replaced by new bridge
Built 1930; rehabilitated 1960; Replaced 2011
Ely Creek Bridge   [Map]
Steel stringer bridge over Ely Creek on Route J
Open to traffic
Built 1965, rehabilitated 2011
Gill Bridge   [Map]
Lost through truss over Lick Creek on Lick Creek Lane (CR 181) just west of Perry
Replaced by a concrete bridge
Built 1909 by Stupp Brothers Bridge & Iron Co.; replaced 1996
Gill Bridge   [Map]
Lost through truss bridge over Lick Creek on Lick Creek Lane
Replaced by new bridge
Built 1909; replaced 1996
Hawthorne Road Bridge   [Map]
Girder bridge over Brush Creek on Hawthorne Road
Open to traffic
Built 1925
Hutchison Lane Bridge   [Map]
Pony truss bridge over East Lick Creek on Hutchison Lane just west of MO 19
Open to traffic
Built 1913 by Miller & Borcherding; rehabilitated 1997
Ilasco Bridge   [Map]
Concrete through girder bridge over Marble Creek on Monkey Run Road
Open to traffic
Built 1910
Madisonville Bridge   [Map]
Through truss bridge formerly over Spencer Creek on Madisonville Road just beyond the end of Route C, but now located in a field just north of its old location
Relocated to a nearby field after being purchases by a local couple. Replaced by new bridge
Built 1893 by St. Louis Bridge & Iron Co.; relocated to a nearby field in 2005
Marble Creek Bridge   [Map]
Lost pony truss bridge over Marble Creek on Antioch Lane
Replaced by new bridge
Built 1923; replaced 1992
Martin Street Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Steel stringer bridge over Mace Branch on Martin Street
Open to traffic
Built 1915
Menefee Ford Bridge   [Map]
Pony truss bridge over Lick Creek on Indiana Lane south of Perry
Open to traffic
Built 1911 by Stupp Brothers
Morowitz Bridge   [Map]
Lost pony truss bridge over Bear Creek on Orchard Avenue
Replaced by new bridge
Built 1904 by Stupp Brothers
NS - Cedar Creek   [Map]
Bridge over Cedar Creek on Norfolk Southern Railway
Open to traffic
Old Highway 36 Bridge   [Map]
Warren pony truss bridge over South River on CR 260E (formerly Highway 36)
Open to traffic posted for load
Organ Ferry Bridge   [Map]
Lost through truss bridge east of New London, MO
No longer exists, although the both bank abutments and some railing can still be seen just below the water.
Collapsed due to overloaded semi truck/trailer filled with lard. Disaster occurred early evening, Jan 13, 1956 (a Friday). On MO State Hwy V between New London and Hannibal. Two drivers from Tennessee claimed they were lost and tried to cross.
Plum Creek Bridge   [Map]
Concrete tee beam bridge over Plum Creek on Beaver Rd 094
Open to traffic
Built 1932
Private Bridge   [Map]
Pony truss bridge over Mills Creek on Private drive off Route O
Open to traffic on a private drive
Ridgeview Estates Bridge #1   [Map]
Pony truss bridge over Mills Creek on Ridgeview Estates Road
Open to traffic on a private drive
Ridgeview Estates Bridge #2   [Map]
Pratt pony truss bridge over Mills Creek on Ridgeview Estates Road
Open to traffic in a private subdivision
Relocated here ca. 2015
Salt River Covered Bridge 25-87-01   [Map]
Lost two-span covered bridge over Salt River north of New London on the Hannibal-New London Toll Road
No longer standing, but north approach abutment remains exist.
Built during the 1850's
Salt River Railroad Bridge   [Map]
Lost Bridge over Salt River on Former railroad
Removed but not replaced
Salt River Route V Bridge   [Map]
Lost two-span pony truss bridge over Salt River on Route V east of New London
No longer exists
Built 1956; replaced 2001
Sims Place Bridge   [Map]
Pony truss bridge over Mills Creek on Sims Place
Open to traffic on a private drive
Spencer Church Lane Bridge   [Map]
Pony truss bridge over Spencer Creek on Spencer Church Lane between Route P and Route Y
Replaced by new bridge
Built ca. 1920; replaced ca.2011
Spencer Creek Bridge   [Map]
Culvert bridge over Spencer Creek on Mo 154 E
Open to traffic
Built 1964
Spencer Creek Bridge   [Map]
Lost concrete tee beam bridge over Spencer Creek on Route P
Replaced by a new bridge
Built 1951, replaced 2011
Spencer Creek Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Steel stringer bridge over Spencer Creek on Mo 154 E
Replaced by a new bridge
Built 1949, replaced 2011
Spencer Creek Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Culvert bridge over Spencer Creek on Route F
Open to traffic
Built 1957
Vermont Lane Bridge   [Map]
Pony truss bridge over Spencer Creek on Vermont Lane just west of Route P
Open to traffic
Built ca. 1905, probably by Stupp Brothers