Big Coal River Pedestrian Suspension Bridge[Map] Wire suspension bridge over Big Coal River on foot traffic Built 1920 by Oregonia Bridge Company to serve along with little Coal River Pedestrian Bridge and link three land masses together in a coal mining community
Kanawha Twomile Creek Bridge[Map · Street View] Concrete arch bridge over Kanawha Twomile Creek on CR 21/24 in Charleston Open to traffic Built 1924, this bridge carried the original routing of US-21 before being bypassed by a newer road and finally US-21 having it's northern terminus moved south from Cleveland, OH to Wytheville, VA.
Little Coal River Pedestrian Suspension Bridge[Map] Wire suspension bridge on Foot traffic Built 1920 Oregonia Bridge Company. It is believed that this and one similar bridge served joined three peices of land in a coal comunity that is gone now.
Memorial Tunnel[Map · Street View] Tunnel on Old I-64 Old I-77 Intact but closed to all traffic Built in 1954 and closed to vehicular traffic in 1987, it is now utilized by the Center For National Response as an anti-terrorism training facility
Smith Creek Bridge[Map] Concrete arch bridge over Smith Creek on CR 9 Replaced by a new bridge Built 1924
Southside Bridge[Map · Street View] Through truss bridge over Kanawha Blvd., Maccorkle Ave. (WV 61), railroad tracks, Kanawha River on Dickinson Street in Charleston Open to traffic Built 1936; rehabilitated 1990