Stone County

Cape Fair Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Deck plate girder bridge over Table Rock Lake (James River) on MO 76 in Cape Fair
Open to traffic
Built 1957
Dry Creek Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Concrete tee beam bridge over Dry Creek on Mo 248 E
Open to traffic
Built 1930
Galena Railroad Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Plate girder bridge over James River and MO 248 on the MNA Railroad at Galena
Open to railroad traffic
Galena Wagon Bridge   [Map]
Lost three-span through truss bridge over James River at Galena
No longer standing, but one concrete pier remains
Built 1910-11 by the Western Bridge Co. Made obsolete by parallel Galena Y Bridge in 1927. Dismantled Spring 1929, with two spans reused in the Hootentown Bridge.
Galena Y Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Five-span open-spandrel arch bridge with Y-shaped approach over James River at Galena
Open to pedestrians only
Opened November 1927, replacing an earlier truss bridge. Made obsolete by a new highway bridge in 1986 and closed to vehicular traffic.
Hootentown Bridge   [Map]
Lost two-span through truss over James River just beyond the end of Route O
No longer exists
Built 1929, recycling two truss spans from the Galena Wagon Bridge
Kimberling City Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Through truss bridge on MO 13 over Table Rock Lake (White River) at Kimberling City
Open to traffic
Built 1956, replacing an earlier truss bridge inundated by the lake
McCall Bridge
Lost through truss bridge over James River on CR V-70
Replaced by new bridge and torn down
Built 1915 by contractor Fred L. Appleby; replaced 2002
MNA MO248 Overpass   [Map · Street View]
Plate girder bridge over MO 248 on the MNA Railroad at Reeds Spring
Open to railroad traffic
MNA Railroad Street Trestle   [Map]
Girder bridge over former Railroad Street and a drainage ditch on Missouri and Northern Arkansas Railway in Reeds Spring
Open to traffic
Old Kimberling City Bridge   [Map]
Two-span through truss bridge on MO 13, submerged by Table Rock Lake
Submerged under Table Rock Lake but still partially intact with only the north main truss and pony truss spans intact.
Built 1927; replaced by new bridge 1956-57 and inundated by waters of Table Rock Lake
Railey Creek Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Through truss bridge over Railey Creek on MO 413 (formerly MO 13)
Open to traffic
Built 1923 by contractor M.E. Gillioz
Railey Trestle   [Map]
Girder bridge over a private drive and a creek on Missouri Pacific Railroad
Open to traffic
Reeds Spring Tunnel   [Map]
Tunnel on the MNA Railroad just southeast of Reeds Spring
Open to railroad traffic