Wyoming County

Bowmans Creek Bridge   [Map]
Pony truss bridge over Bowmans Creek on PA 29
Open to traffic
Built 1939
Bowmans Creek Bridge   [Map]
Through truss bridge over Bowmans Creek on PA 29
Open to traffic
Built 1936
Bowmans Creek Bridge   [Map]
Through truss bridge over Bowmans Creek on TR 413
Closed to all traffic
Built ca. 1900; rehabilitated ca. 1950
Bowmans Creek Bridge
Pony truss bridge over Bowmans Creek on TR 310
Open to traffic
Built 1915
Bowmans Creek Bridge   [Map]
Lost through truss bridge over Bowmans Creek on TR 29
Replaced by new bridge
Built 1933; replaced 1992
Conrail Bridge
Pony truss bridge over Conrail on PA 3007
Open to traffic
Built ca. 1920; rehabilitated ca. 1960
Delaware & Hudson Railroad Bridge   [Map]
Concrete arch bridge over Delaware & Hudson Railroad on PA 1025 in Nicholson
Open to traffic
Built ca. 1913
Little Meshoppen Creek Bridge   [Map]
Stone arch bridge over Little Meshoppen Creek on PA 267 in Meshoppen
Open to traffic
Built 1893; rehabilitated ca. 1920
Mehoopany Creek Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Through truss bridge over Mehoopany Creek on PA 87
Open to traffic
Built 1932; rehabilitated ca. 1980
Mehoopany Creek Bridge   [Map]
Lost through truss bridge over Mehoopany Creek on TR 87
Replaced by new bridge
Built 1932; replaced 1993
Meshoppen Creek Bridge   [Map]
Through truss bridge over Meshoppen Creek on PA 267 in Meshoppen
Open to traffic
Built 1934; rehabilitated ca. 1985
Pierceville Bridge   [Map]
Lenticular through truss bridge over Tunkhannock Creek on PA 1029
Closed to all traffic
Built 1878
South Branch Mehoopany Creek Bridge   [Map]
Through truss bridge over South Branch Mehoopany Creek on PA 87
Open to traffic
Built 1932; rehabilitated ca. 1990
Tunkhannock Creek Bridge   [Map]
Lost through truss bridge over Tunkhannock Creek on TR 416
No longer exists
Built 1891
Tunkhannock Viaduct   [Map · Street View]
Massive ten-span concrete arch bridge over Tunkhannock Creek on Canadian Pacific Railroad at Nicholson
Open to traffic
Built 1912-15 for the Delaware Lackawanna and Western Railroad