Asheville Highway French Broad Bridge #1[Map · Street View] Lost four-span combination Warren through truss bridge sequence over French Broad River on U.S. 25-70 at Bridgeport (State Highway 9). Scheduled to be replaced by concrete deck bridge being built beside it Bridge has been demolished, new bridge built beside it. Built 1932, demolished 2010
Conway Bridge[Map · Street View] Four-span Steel & Lebby closed spandrel arch bridge over Nolichucky River on Briar Thicket Road/Knob Creek Road Open to traffic Built in 1924-1925 to replace the old Conway Ferry, which was being eliminated because the Tennessee Eastern Electric Company built the Nolichuky Dam upriver that changed the level of the stream.
English Creek Bridge[Map] Arch bridge over English Creek on NFA A900, Old State Route 32 Replaced by a new bridge Built ca. 1930; rehabilitated 1954
NS - French Broad Bridge #5[Map] 4-span Baltimore through truss bridge on Norfolk Southern Railway, one of only 2 Baltimore (Pratt) through truss railroad bridges in area--other is on CSX Railroad at Starnes Slant, VA Open to traffic Built 1927
NS - French Broad Bridge #6[Map] Pony/through plate girder bridge over French Broad River (Douglass Lake) on Norfolk Southern Railway --Bridge is referred to as French Broad Bridge Number 6 because it is the 6th French Broad River bridge on the railroad from Asheville to Knoxville Open to traffic
Old Rankin Bridge[Map] 6 span Pratt through truss design bridge over French Broad River on Rankin Road Closed to all traffic
U.S. 25-E French Broad River Bridge[Map · Street View] Warren (w/verticals) Balanced Cantilevered Camelback Pratt K-Truss Hybrid (official type) bridge over French Broad River (Douglass Lake) on U.S. 25-E Demolished and replaced. Built 1934, Lost 2017
Wolf Creek Bridge[Map · Street View] Five-span combination open and closed spandrel arch bridge over French Broad River on U.S. 25, U.S. 70 (St. Highway 9) Reopened 2/3/14 Built 1928