8th Street Bridge [Map] Closed spandrel arch bridge over Beaver Creek on 8th Street in BristolOpen to trafficBuilt 1926
American Legion Memorial Bridge [Map · Street View] 1 2-span Warren Riveted through truss bridge over Holston River, South Fork on U.S. 421 (State Highway 34)Open to trafficAuthorized by the Tennessee Valley Authority, in cooperation with the Tennessee Highway Department, built in 1949-50 upon the impoundment of the South Holston Lake.
Beulah Bridge [Map] Unusual widely skewed concrete deck girder bridge over Fort Patrick Henry Lake (Holston River, South Fork) on Beulah Church RoadOpen to trafficCurrent bridge replaced a 3-span Pratt through truss bridge at this location. CSX - Holston River Bridge [Map] Four-span Pratt deck truss railroad bridge over the Holston River, South ForkOpen to rail trafficBuilt in 1907 as part of first segment of the South & Western RR, later the Carolina, Clinchfield & Ohio, later the Clinchfield Railroad
CSX - Holston Tunnel [Map] Tunnel under Holston Ridge on CSX (formerly Clinchfield) RailroadOpen to trafficBuilt as part of the O & W's Speers Ferry, VA to Johnson City, TN segment, tunnel rehabilitated 1927
CSX - North Fork Holston River Bridge [Map · Street View] Three-span Warren deck truss bridge over Holston River, North Fork in KingsportOpen to rail trafficConstruction started in 1907 by the South and Western Railroad Co., and finished in 1908 by its successor, the Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railroad Company
CSX Spur Holston River (South Fork) Bridge [Map] Three Pratt through truss spans over Holston River, South Fork on CSX RailroadOpen to trafficBuilt to carry railroad spur from Tennessee Eastman Company to Holston Army Ammunition Plant
Eastman Road Holston River Sluice Bridge [Map · Street View] Abandoned 2-span Pratt through truss bridge over Holston River, South Fork Sluice Banch that formerly carried South Eastman Road in KingsportAbandonedOne of two truss bridges over the Holston River South Fork at Eastman Chemical Company--first longer one sunk in river after overweight 18-wheeler caved it in--county later closed this two-span bridge 8 blocks south
Ft. Robinson Bridge [Map · Street View] Concrete tee beam bridge over Dry Hollow Branch on Fort Robinson DriveOpen to traffic, sidewalks have potholesBuilt 1938 to replace dirt road that ran along branch, rehabilitated 1990
Hammond Memorial Bridge [Map · Street View] Three-span open spandrel concrete arch bridge over South Holston River on State Highway 36 (southbound)Structurally deficient, meets minimum tolerable limits to be left in place as isBuilt 1929 to replace an earlier steel truss bridge near the old Pactolus Ferry; later converted to southbound traffic after parallel bridge built in 1969
Kendrick's Creek Railroad Bridge [Map] Deck plate girder bridge over Kendrick's Creek on Clinchfield Railroad (now CSX)Open to trafficBuilt in 1907 as part of the Shannon, VA-to-Johnson City, TN segment of the historic Clinchfield Railroad
Netherland Inn Road Bridge [Map · Street View] Warren deck truss bridge over Holston River, North Fork on Netherland Inn RoadClosed to all trafficReplaced a steel truss bridge that collapsed into the river in 1937
NS - Holston River Bridge [Map] Warren through truss with all verticals bridge over Holston River on Norfolk Southern RailwayOpen to traffic
Old Central Holston Bridge [Map] Abandoned Camelback and Pratt through truss bridge over South Fork Holston RiverAbandonedBuilt 1903 by the Cope Bridge Company; Closed in 1983
Pickens Bridge [Map] Concrete deck girder bridge over South Holston River on Pickens Bridge RoadOpen to traffic
Riverside Bridge [Map · Street View] Lost Pratt through truss bridge over South Fork Holston River on Weaver Pike RdReplaced by new bridgeBuilt 1913, replaced 1985 Thomas Bridge [Map · Street View] Pratt through truss bridge over Beaver CreekClosed to all trafficBuilt in 1898 to replace an existing bridge, road later designated as State Highway 37, closed in 1971 when new State Highway 394 bridge was built upstream, Thomas Bridge barricaded and left intact.