CSX - Conococheague Creek Bridge[Map] Deck plate girder CSXT (former WM) railroad bridge over Conococheague Creek and private road Intact but closed to all traffic Built in 1930 by American Bridge Company for Western Maryland Railroad
Dry Run Bridge[Map] Steel stringer bridge over Dry Run on T-569 Shearer Road Open to traffic Built ?, Renovated 1974
Dry Run Bridge[Map] Slab bridge over Dry Run on Main Street Open to traffic Built 1959
Keller's Bridge[Map] Bridge over Back Creek on Private drive off of Valley Camp Road Built in 1851. Refaced in 1981
Kittatinny Mountain Tunnel[Map · Street View] Tunnel on Pennsylvania Turnpike/I-76 Open to traffic Begun c.1885 by S. Penn. RR; first tube completed 1940 by Penna. Tpk. Comm; second tube completed 1968.
Laughlin Run Bridge[Map] Steel stringer bridge over Laughlin Run on Pa 641; Sr 0641 Open to traffic Built 1932; rehabilitated 1983
Lindsay's Bridge[Map] Lost Town lattice truss bridge over Conococheague Creek on Sr 3004 (Bino Road) Replaced by new bridge Replaced 1949
MacClays Mill Bridge[Map] Stringer bridge over Middle Spring Creek on Sr 4001; Twp. Road Open to traffic Built 1925
Maclay's East Twin Bridge[Map] Stone arch bridge over a branch of Conodoguinet Creek on McClays Mill Road (PA 4018) Open to traffic Built 1827 by Silas Harry
Muddy Run Bridge[Map] Steel stringer bridge over Muddy Run on Muddy Run Road Open to traffic Built 1963; rehabilitated 1963
Muddy Run Bridge[Map] Stringer bridge over Muddy Run on T-603 Limekiln Road Open to traffic Built 1967
NS - Buchanan Trail Overpass[Map] Girder bridge over PA 16;SR 0016 (W. Baltimore St.) carrying NS/CSXT Open to traffic In 1908 the railroad was moved to its present location, the "high line" west of Jefferson Street. It previously ran down Carlisle St.
PC - Conococheague Creek Bridge[Map] Abandoned pratt through truss bridge over Conococheague Creek on former Southern Pennsylvania Iron & Railroad Company Abandoned Most likley this bridge (first built around 1870-1873) was built in 1896 as CVRR replaced all iron bridges with second-hand steel.
PC - Williamson Bridge[Map · Street View] Abandoned Through truss bridge over Back Creek on former Southern Pennsylvania Iron & Railroad Company Abandoned This iron truss replaced a trestle.
Pennsylvania Turnpike (I-76) Bridge[Map] Concrete rigid frame bridge over Turnpike Ramps; B-487 on Pa Turnpike (I-76) Superstructure replaced Built 1939; Demolished 2012 (new bridge built further east)
West King Street Bridge[Map · Street View] Stone arch bridge over Conococheague Creek on West King Street in Chambersburg Open to traffic Built 1828; rehabilitated 1907 (sidewalk extended to widen the bridge)