Austin Brothers Bridge Co.

of Dallas, Texas/Atlanta, Georgia

See also: Austin Bridge Co. (41)

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Name of the Austin Bridge Company from it's founding in 1894 to 1924

2nd Avenue Bridge (Floyd County, Georgia)
Built 1930
Lost Through truss bridge over Oostanaula River on 2nd Avenue
Replaced by a new bridge in 1985

Airline Bridge (Montague County, Texas)
Built 1923
Lost Wire suspension bridge over Red River on Barlow Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Blackwell Bridge (Elbert County, Georgia)
Built 1917
Pratt through truss bridge over inlet of Richard B. Russell Lake on Blackwell Bridge Trail
Open to pedestrians

Brazos Point Bridge (Johnson County, Texas)
Built 1914
Bypassed through truss bridge over Brazos River on CR 1118
Bypassed by a new bridge and retained for pedestrian use.

Canadian River Wagon Bridge (Hemphill County, Texas)
1923 Spans, 1916
Nineteen-span through truss with Two-span pony truss bridge over Canadian River
Open to pedestrians only

Clarkton Bridge (Halifax County, Virginia)
Built 1902
Two-span through truss bridge over Staunton River on Route 620, near Clarkton
Demolished in 2018

Clouds Creek Bridge (Saluda County, South Carolina)
Built 1930
Lost Warren pony truss bridge over Clouds Creek on S-41-26
Replaced by new bridge

Hardin Bridge (Bartow County, Georgia)
Built 1930
Two-span through truss bridge over Etowah River on Hardin Bridge Road

Lake Creek Bridge (Delta County, Texas)
Built 1921
Pony truss bridge over Lake Creek on CR 4620
Open to traffic

Mathers Bridge (Brevard County, Florida)
Built 1927
Swing bridge over Banana River on Banana River Drive (CR 3) in Indian Harbour Beach
Open to traffic

Medio Creek Bridge (Bee County, Texas)
Contractor, 1897
Pratt Through truss bridge over Medio Creek on CR 241
Closed to traffic

Nueces Bay Causeway (Nueces County, Texas)
Built 1911
Lost Plate girder bascule bridge over Nueces Bay on US 181
Replaced by a new bridge

Old Hoggard's Mill Bridge (Baker County, Georgia)
Built 1909
Parker through truss bridge over Ichauway-Notchaway Creek on Jones Center Dr.

Oriana Bridge (Stonewall County, Texas)
Built 1917
Cameback through truss, located wsw of Peacock, Texas. At one time a main road between Jayton and Aspermont.
Traffic no longer allowed.

Rector Road Bridge (Denton County, Texas)
Built 1908
Through truss bridge over Clear Creek on Rector Road in Sanger

Red River Suspension Bridge (Jefferson County, Oklahoma)
Built 1924
Lost Wire suspension bridge over Red River on Burned Out Bridge Road
Removed but not replaced; Tower remains

Rex Bridge (Clayton County, Georgia)
Built 1932
Pony truss bridge over Big Cotton Indian Creek on Mill Walk
Open to traffic

Richmond Bridge (1894) (Fort Bend County, Texas)
Built 1894
Lost Through truss bridge over Brazos River on Commerce Street
Destroyed by flooding in 1922

Sam Bass Road Bridge at Clear Creek (Denton County, Texas)
Built 1908
Through truss bridge over Clear Creek on Sam Bass Road
Truss frame abandoned in field near new bridge

Sarto Bridge (Avoyelles Parish, Louisiana)
Built 1916
Queenpost through truss swing bridge over Bayou des Glaises on Pedestrian Pathway
Open to pedestrians only

Satartia Bridge (1926) (Yazoo County, Mississippi)
Built 1926
Lost Bridge over Yazoo River
Replaced by a new bridge

Sharpe's Ferry Bridge (Marion County, Florida)
Built 1928
Swing truss bridge over Oklawaha River on CR 314
Open to pedestrians only

Shubuta Bridge (Clarke County, Mississippi)
Built 1909
Through truss bridge over Chickasawhay River on former CR 612

Suwannee Springs Bridge (Suwannee County, Florida)
Built 1931
Through truss bridge over Suwannee River on former US 129 Alignment in Suwannee Springs
Closed to vehicular traffic

Tom Cole Road Bridge at Hickory Creek (Denton County, Texas)
Built 1910
Pony truss bridge over Hickory Creek on Tom Cole Road
Bridge to be placed in Frisco's Cottonwood Park

Waters Bluff Bridge (Smith County, Texas)
Built 1911
Camelback through truss bridge over Sabine River on Smith County Road 356/ River Road
Appears lost in satellite and NBI data, Replaced by new bridge