Burnt Mill Bridge[Map] Abandoned Pratt through truss bridge and a half-hip Pratt pony truss (both pin-connected) with wooden decks over Clear Fork River on Scott County Road 276 (Honey Creek Loop Road) Closed to traffic Built 1920-1921
CNTP - New River Viaduct (1st)[Map] Lost Fink deck truss bridge over New River on Cincinnati Southern Railway/Cincinnati, New Orleans, & Texas Pacific Railway Replaced by a new bridge Built 1879; Replaced 1898
CNTP - New River Viaduct (2nd)[Map] Lost Bridge over New River on Cincinnati Southern Railway/Cincinnati, New Orleans, & Texas Pacific Railway Replaced by a new bridge Built 1893; Replaced 1908
CNTP - New River Viaduct (3rd)[Map · Street View] Abandoned Pratt deck truss bridge over New River once carried Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific Railway's Cincinnati Southern Railroad (later Norfolk Southern), before being bypassed Abandoned Built 1908; Replaced by a new bridge and mostly removed 1963
CNTP - Tunnel 14[Map] Tunnel on Abandoned Railroad/Creek Intact but closed to all traffic Bored in solid limestone in 1877. Taken out of service sometime in the 1930's. Tunnel floor was lowered and the creek re-routed through it to prevent the rail re-alignment from having to have two new bridges.
CNTP - Tunnel 15[Map] Abandoned tunnel on Abandoned Railroad Derelict/abandoned Bored in 1877, lined and finished in 1879. Cincinnati construction crews and Chattanooga construction crews met with the building of the tracks in the center of this tunnel.
NS - New River Bridge[Map · Street View] Warren deck truss bridge over New River on Cincinnati Southern (Norfolk-Southern) Railroad Open to traffic Built 1963 to bypass Robbins Tunnel (T15) and several fault lines on old railroad
O&W Bridge[Map] Whipple through truss bridge over Big South Fork Cumberland River on O & W Road Open to vehicles, horses, and pedestrians Built in the 1880s; Bridge relocated to this site in 1915 by the Nashville Bridge Co.; Used as a railroad bridge until 1954.