ET&G - Loudon Bridge[Map] Lost Howe through truss bridge over Tennessee River on East Tennessee & Georgia Railroad Arsoned by retreating Confederates September 1st, 1863 Built ca 1850; Arson planned, but never attemped due to being well-guarded November 8th, 1861; Burned by retreating Confederates September 1st, 1863
Fort Loudon Bridge[Map] Two-lane concrete deck girder bridge anchored to the Fort Loudon Dam, spanning the Tennessee River on US 321/TN 95 in Lenoir City Open to traffic Lenoir City Ferry once existed below dam. Bridge wasn't build on top of dam until much later.
LCHS Pedestrian Bridge Bridge over Unnamed creek on Pedestrians Open to pedestrians only Pedestrian bridge used to access school parking
Loudon Steel Bridge[Map] Lost through truss bridge over Tennessee River on U.S. 11 in Loudon Replaced by new bridge Built 1929 as a toll bridge by the state; rehabilitated 1957; replaced 2004
NS - Loudon Bridge[Map] Through truss bridge over Watts Bar Lake (Tennessee River) on Norfolk Southern Railway in Loudon Open to traffic
Ray Lovin Memorial Bridge[Map · Street View] Pratt pony truss bridge over Steekee Creek on bicycle-foot path Open to pedestrians Originally built across Round Lick Creek in Smith County, relocated to Loudon County in 1986.