Top Ranked New Mexico Bridges

Old Route 66 Bridge (Cibola County, New Mexico)
Rated 99% with 3 votes
Abandoned concrete stringer bridge over Unnamed wash on formerly us 66
Abandoned
Shelby Street Footbridge (Santa Fe County, New Mexico)
Rated 99% with 2 votes
Bridge over Santa Fe River on Pedestrian trail just off Alameda Street
Open to pedestrians
First Street Bridge (Colfax County, New Mexico)
Rated 98% with 3 votes
Stone arch bridge over Raton Creek on First Street in Raton
Open to traffic
Built 1933
Catwalk Trail Suspension Bridge (Catron County, New Mexico)
Rated 96% with 2 votes
Suspension bridge over Whitewater Creek on Catwalk Trail
Open to pedestrians only
Built 1930
Old Route 66 Bridge (Quay County, New Mexico)
Rated 96% with 2 votes
Timber stringer bridge over Unnamed Waterway on 37-C020 (Old Route 66)
Open to traffic
Built 1931
DRGW - Navajo River Bridge (Rio Arriba County, New Mexico)
Rated 96% with 2 votes
Abandoned through truss bridge over Navajo River on Former Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad
Derelict/abandoned
Railroad abandoned in the 50's
Old Route 66 Bridge (Quay County, New Mexico)
Rated 95% with 2 votes
Timber stringer bridge over Trujillo Creek on 37-C020 (Old Route 66)
Open to traffic
Built 1931
BNSF - Spider Leg Bridge (Santa Fe County, New Mexico)
Rated 94% with 2 votes
Deck plate girder bridge over Apache Canyon/Galisteo Creek on Burlington Northern and Santa Fe Railway Company
Open to traffic
Built 1908
Mexican Canyon Trestle (Otero County, New Mexico)
Rated 88% with 5 votes
Large wooden trestle on the former Alamogordo & Sacramento Mountain Railroad near Cloudcroft
Derelict, but scheduled for rehabilitation in 2007-08
Built 1899; abandoned 1948
Old Route 66 Bridge (Cibola County, New Mexico)
Rated 86% with 7 votes
Pony truss bridge over Big Sandy wash on Old US 66
Abandoned
Animas River Bridge (San Juan County, New Mexico)
Rated 85% with 2 votes
Through truss bridge over Animas River on Business NM 516 in Aztec
Open to traffic
Built 1929
Old Route 66 Bridge (San Miguel County, New Mexico)
Rated 85% with 3 votes
Parker through truss bridge over Pecos River on an old alignment of US 66 (pre 1937 alignment)
Closed to all traffic
Built 1921
Old Pecos River Bridge at Terrero (San Miguel County, New Mexico)
Rated 85% with 2 votes
Howe through truss bridge over Pecos River on former NM 63
Open to pedestrians only
Built by the U.S. Forest Service in 1921. In the late 1920s, the road became NM 63
Walking Bridge (San Juan County, New Mexico)
Rated 84% with 2 votes
Bridge over Animas River
Open to pedestrians
BNSF - Black River Bridge (Abandoned) (Eddy County, New Mexico)
Rated 82% with 2 votes
Abandoned Parker Through Truss over Black River on Abandoned Railroad (BNSF)
Derelict/abandoned
Variadero Bridge (San Miguel County, New Mexico)
Rated 82% with 3 votes
Concrete pony truss bridge over Rio Conchas on Old NM 104
Still standing, but condition unknown
Built ca. 1915; bypassed 1957
Rio Grande Gorge Bridge (Taos County, New Mexico)
Rated 81% with 5 votes
Cantilever Deck truss bridge over Rio Grande on US 64, northwest of Taos
Open to traffic
Built 1965
Rio Puerco Bridge (Bernalillo County, New Mexico)
Rated 78% with 3 votes
Parker through truss bridge over the Rio Puerco on the frontage road (formerly US 66) at exit 140 on IH-40
Open to pedestrians
Built 1933; remodeled 1957; bypassed 1999
Old NM 74 Rio Grande Bridge (Rio Arriba County, New Mexico)
Rated 78% with 4 votes
Pony truss bridge over Rio Grande on an old alignmentI of Irr/Nm-74
Open to pedestrians
Built 1925; Bypassed in 1997
San Juan River Bridge (San Juan County, New Mexico)
Rated 78% with 2 votes
Through truss bridge over San Juan River on Southbound US 64 in Shiprock
Open to traffic
Built 1936
UP - Canadian River Trestle (Quay County, New Mexico)
Rated 74% with 3 votes
Deck plate girder bridge over Canadian River on the Union Pacific Railroad in Logan
Open to railroad
Bridge of the Hidalgos (Santa Fe County, New Mexico)
Rated 74% with 2 votes
Rainbow arch bridge over Arroyo De Las Mascaras on Grant Street in Santa Fe
Open to traffic
Built 1920 by the Midland Bridge Co.
Route 66 La Bajada Bridge (Santa Fe County, New Mexico)
Rated 74% with 3 votes
Timber stringer bridge over Santa Fe River on the pre 1932 alignment of US 66
Open to traffic
Built 1928
Route 66 Cyprus Bridge (Quay County, New Mexico)
Rated 72% with 4 votes
Timber stringer bridge over Trujillo Creek on 37-C020
Open to traffic
Built 1931
C&TS - Chama River Bridge (Rio Arriba County, New Mexico)
Rated 72% with 3 votes
Through truss bridge over Chama River on Railroad
Open to traffic
Built 1924