LandmarkHunter.com is live
The new site follows the same basic design, with listings organized by state and then county. Instead of just bridges and tunnels, it has nearly everything under the sun. While the new site does have pages for bridges that are on the National Register of Historic Places, the Bridgehunter.com site will remain the primary database for bridge information and photos.
If you signed up for a Bridgehunter.com editor's account before June 1, then you should already have a login on LandmarkHunter.com with the same username and password. The editing system is very similar, but there's a help page available with more details.