Downtown, Missouri

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Busch Stadium II Pedestrian Bridge (St. Louis, Missouri)
Built 1966, Demolished 2013
Lost Bridge over S 8th Street
Demolished

Lumiere Palace Overpass (St. Louis, Missouri)
Built 2006-2007 as part of a casino-hotel complex
Pratt through truss bridge over 2nd Street on Pedestrian Walkway in St. Louis
Open to pedestrians

Spruce Street Bridge (St. Louis, Missouri)
Built in 1874 along with the Eads Bridge; partially rebuilt in 1935; demolished early in 2016. Replacement bridge opened to traffic April 10th, 2016.
Lost steel stringer bridge over the MetroLink on Spruce Street in downtown St. Louis, across from third base entrance to Busch Stadium
Replaced by a new bridge

St. Louis Freight Tunnel (St. Louis, Missouri)
Built in 1875 along with the completion of Eads Bridge as a route to Union Station. Later used as a freight route as passenger trains bypassed the tunnel for Merchants and MacArthur Bridges.
Tunnel under downtown on the MetroLink in St. Louis
Open to two tracks of MetroLink light rail service with bypass to original freight alignment

TRRA - Arch Grounds Tunnel #1 (St. Louis, Missouri)
Built 1963
Tunnel under a hill on the Jefferson Nat'l Expansion Memorial Park on TRRA Railroad
Open to railroad traffic

TRRA - Arch Grounds Tunnel #2 (St. Louis, Missouri)
Built 1963
Tunnel under the Gateway Arch on the TRRA Railroad
Open to railroad traffic

TRRA - Arch Grounds Tunnel #3 (St. Louis, Missouri)
Built 1963
Tunnel under a hill on the Jefferson Nat'l Expansion Memorial Park on TRRA Railroad
Open to railroad traffic

TRRA - Merchants Elevated Viaduct (St. Louis, Missouri)
Rebuilt in 1997, replacing a pre-existing structure
Deck plate girder bridge over 5 city blocks of Laclede's Landing on TRRA Railroad in St. Louis
Open to railroad traffic

TRRA - Riverfront Trestle (St. Louis, Missouri)
Built 1882; Removed 1961 as part of the Gateway Arch Project
Lost Deck plate girder bridge over multiple streets on Terminal Railroad Association of St. Louis
Removed but not replaced

UP - Lesperance Trestle (St. Louis, Missouri)
Built 1952 by the American Bridge Co. of New York
Deck plate girder bridge main span over I-55 and steel stringer/deck plate girder bridges over several city streets on the Union Pacific Railroad at the southern edge of Downtown St. Louis
Open to railroad traffic