New Jersey Steel & Iron Co.

of Trenton, New Jersey
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Bennett Meadow Bridge (Franklin County, Massachusetts)
Fabrication & Erection, 1899
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Connecticut River on Great Meadow Road in Northfield
Replaced by a new bridge

BNSF - Bellefontaine Bridge (St. Louis County, Missouri)
Fabrication, 1893
Baltimore through truss bridge over the Missouri River on the BNSF Railway
Open to one track of railroad traffic

C&TS - Chama River Bridge (Rio Arriba County, New Mexico)
Built 1924
Through truss bridge over Chama River on Railroad
Open to traffic

Frisco Bridge (Shelby County, Tennessee)
Union Bridge Co. Superstructure Subcontractor, 1892
Cantilevered through truss railroad bridge over the Mississippi River at Memphis
Open to railroad traffic

Guadalupe River Bridge (Gonzales County, Texas)
Built 1899
Abandoned pratt through truss bridge over Guadalupe River on Road

Holyoke-South Hadley Bridge (Hampden County, Massachusetts)
Fabrication, 1889
Lost Triple-Intersection Lattice Through truss bridge over Connecticut River on MA-116
Replaced by a new bridge

Jackson Street Bridge (Mercer County, New Jersey)
Built 1888
Pratt through truss bridge over Assunpink Creek on Jackson Street
Open to pedestrians only

John D. Hand Memorial Bridge (Middlesex County, Massachusetts)
Built 1897
Deck plate girder bridge over Mystic River on Pedestrian Walkway & water supply pipelines
Open to pedestrians only

Medio Creek Bridge (Bee County, Texas)
Fabrictor; Kit-Form truss, 1897
Pratt Through truss bridge over Medio Creek on CR 241
Closed to traffic

Peach Creek Bridge (Gonzales County, Texas)
Built 1897
Through truss bridge over Peach Creek on CR 353
Open to traffic

Peddie Lake Bridge (Mercer County, New Jersey)
Built 1896
Through truss bridge over Peddie Lake on East Ward Avenue in Hightstown
Open to traffic

PVRR - Elm Street Overpass (Hampden County, Massachusetts)
Built 1889
Abandoned through truss bridge over Elm Street/Route 10 on NYNH&H Canal Line

Slayden Bridge (Gonzales County, Texas)
Bridge looks similar to other bridges in the county built by this builder., 1907
Through truss bridge over San Marcos River on CR 232
Open to traffic

Slayden Bridge (Old) (Gonzales County, Texas)
Built 1898
Lost Truss bridge over San Marcos River on Road
Destroyed by flooding