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Adaline Bridge (Marshall County, West Virginia)
Built 1892 by the Wrought Iron Bridge Co.
Whipple through truss bridge over Fish Creek on CR 7/4 (Fish Creek Road)
Open to traffic

Bird Creek Bridge (Tulsa County, Oklahoma)
Built 1912
Abandoned through truss bridge over Bird Creek on 131st St. N.
Extant but closed to all traffic

Bird's Nest Bridge (Crawford County, Missouri)
Built 1914 by Miller & Borcherding Bridge Builders of St. Louis
Through truss bridge over Meramec River on Bird's Nest Road north of Steelville
Closed to all traffic and posted against trespassing

Black Bridge (Wayne County, Missouri)
Built 1916; replaced after 1955
Lost through truss bridge over St. Francis River (now Lake Wappapello) east of Patterson on MO 34
Replaced by steel stringer bridge

BNSF - Plattsmouth Rail Bridge (New) (Cass County, Nebraska)
Built 2013
Camelback through truss bridge over Missouri River on BNSF Railway
Open to traffic

BNSF - Quincy Railroad Bridge (1960) (Adams County, Illinois)
Built 1960
Through truss bridge over the Mississippi River on BNSF Railway at Quincy
Open to railroad traffic

Bryant Bottom Bridge (Cooper County, Missouri)
Built 1908 by the Missouri Bridge & Iron Co. of St. Louis; demolished 2005
Lost through truss bridge over Lamine River on Bryant Bottom Road
Demolished to make room for replacement bridge

Cedar Hill Bridge (Jefferson County, Missouri)
Completed Aug. 1908; replaced 1983
Lost through truss bridge over Big River on Cedar Hill Road at Cedar Hill
Replaced by a modern bridge

Cleves Bridge (Old) (Hamilton County, Ohio)
Built 1914 by the Penn Bridge Co.; parallel bridge built 1959-60; closed to traffic Feb. 1988; replaced 1990
Lost four-span through truss bridge over the Great Miami River on eastbound US 50 at Cleves
Replaced by modern bridge

Crescent Bridge (Scott County, Iowa)
Built 1898, Iowa Approach Added 1905
Camelback through truss bridge over Mississippi River on BNSF/CP/IC&E/DM&E Railroad in Davenport
Open to traffic

Dillon Road Bridge (Tazewell County, Illinois)
Pratt through truss bridge over Mackinaw River on Dillon Road.

Doniphan Bridge (1898) (Ripley County, Missouri)
Built 1898 by the St. Louis Bridge & Iron Co. for $7870; replaced 1928 by a new truss bridge
Lost two-span through truss bridge over Current River at Doniphan
No longer exists

Dorman Bridge (Hickory County, Missouri)
Built ca. 1920; relocated here ca. 1933
Through truss bridge over Pomme de Terre River on CR 273
Open to traffic

Dosewallips River Bridge (Jefferson County, Washington)
Built 1923; replaced 2000
Lost through truss bridge over Dosewallips River on US 101
Replaced by new bridge

Escalante Canyon Bridge (Delta County, Colorado)
Originally built 1890 at Delta by the Bullen Bridge Co.; relocated 1908 to cross the Gunnison at Read; damaged by flooding and relocated ca. 1938 to Escalante Canyon; replaced 1993
Lost two-span through truss bridge over the Gunnison River on CR 650
Replaced by modern bridge

Gate House Bridge (Westchester County, New York)
Built 1904
Through truss bridge over New Croton Resvervoir in Yorktown Heights
Open to traffic

Glen Road Bridge (Fairfield County, Connecticut)
Built 1936; rehabilitated 1986
Through truss bridge over Housatonic River on CT 816 (Glen Road) in Newtown
Open to traffic

H.A. Boedker & Co. Embankment Dumping Bridge (1902) (Wapello County, Iowa)
Built 1902
Pratt through truss bridge over Sugar Creek on H.A. Boedker & Co. E Narrow Gauge Construction Railroad
Don't Know

Hardy Bridge (Sharp County, Arkansas)
Built 1916; destroyed by flooding in 1982
Lost two-span through truss bridge over Spring River on Spring Street in Hardy
Destroyed by flooding

Indiana Avenue Bridge (Elkhart County, Indiana)
Built 1898 by the Bellefontaine Bridge & Iron Co.; rehabilitated 1986
Through truss bridge over Elkhart River on Indiana Avenue in Goshen
Restored and opened to traffic

KCS - Glasgow Bridge (Howard County, Missouri)
Built 1900
Four-span through truss railroad bridge over the Missouri River on the Kansas City Southern Railway
Open to traffic

KCS - Louisiana Bridge (Pike County, Missouri)
Built 1897-8, Some Spans Replaced 1905 and 1945
Through truss swing railroad bridge over the Mississippi River on Kansas City Southern at Louisiana
Open to train traffic

Lusted Road Bridge (Clackamas County, Oregon)
Built in 1894 in Portland. Moved to current location in 1926. Rehabilitation & Seismic Retrofit completed in 1998
Pennsylvania-Petit through truss bridge over Sandy River on Lusted Road
Open to traffic

Neosho River Bridge (Ottawa County, Oklahoma)
Built 1937; replaced 1997
Lost K-truss bridge over Neosho River on US 69 in Miami
Replaced by prestressed concrete girder bridge in 1997.

North Unit Canal Bridge (Deschutes County, Oregon)
Built 1960
Bailey truss bridge over North Unit Canal on Sherman/McCaffery Road in Redmond
Open to traffic

Only Bridge (Hickman County, Tennessee)
Built 1907 by the Nashville Bridge Co.; Bypassed by a new bridge in 1962.
Derelict through truss bridge over Duck River on TN 50 near Only
Derelict with deck and approaches removed

RCPE - Fort Pierre Bridge (Hughes County, South Dakota)
Built 1907, Approaches Rebuilt 1928
Through truss swing bridge over Missouri River on Dakota, Minnesota, & Eastern Railroad
Open to traffic

RI - Armourdale Bridge (Wyandotte County, Kansas)
Built 1905; abandoned in 1980s after the construction of Kemper Arena
Abandoned Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Kansas River on Abandoned Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railroad
Closed to all traffic

Riddle Bridge (Pulaski County, Missouri)
Built 1911 by the Canton Bridge Co.; replaced ca. 1987
Lost through truss bridge over Gasconade River on Holtsman Road beyond the end of Route Y
Replaced by modern bridge

RWRR - Chamberlain Bridge (Brule County, South Dakota)
Built 1953 with the construction of Francis Case Lake, replacing an earlier 1923 bridge
Polygonal Warren through truss bridge over Missouri River (Francis Case Lake) on Ringneck & Western Railroad
Open to traffic, but rarely used

San Gabriel River Bridge (Milam County, Texas)
Built 1911
Through truss bridge over San Gabriel River on CR 428
Open to traffic

Shirley AR 9 Bridge (Van Buren County, Arkansas)
Lost through truss bridge over Middle Fork Little Red River on AR 9 at Shirley
Replaced by a new bridge in 1960

Springdale Bridge (Park County, Montana)
Built 1908; south span replaced 1916; bypassed by new bridge in 1981
Through truss bridge over Yellowstone River on Route 563

St. Joseph Swing Bridge (Buchanan County, Missouri)
Built 1906; Swing Span and Piers Replaced 1918/19
Pennsylvania through truss swing bridge over Missouri River on the Union Pacific Railroad in St. Joseph, MO and Elwood, KS.
Open to traffic

Stone Quarry Bridge (Coles County, Illinois)
Built 1883; rehabilitated 2009
Through truss bridge over Embarras River on TR 135D, 3.0 mi. northeast of Charleston
Intact but closed to all traffic

Sun Lake Bridge (Lake County, Illinois)
Built 2005 by Continental Bridge, Installed by Landscape Concepts Construction
Modern pony truss bridge over Sun Lake Drain on Sun Lake Trail
Open to pedestrians

TIBR - Sabine River Bridge (Beauregard Parish, Louisiana)
Erected 1905 using a double trussed secondhand Whipple Truss span
Swing through truss bridge over Sabine River on Timberrock Railroad Company

Tobin Feather River Bridge (Plumas County, California)
Built 1936
Through truss bridge over North Fork Feather River on CA 70
Open to traffic

UP - American Falls Bridge (Power County, Idaho)
Built 1927, Raised and strengthed 1970's
Pratt deck truss bridge over Snake River on Union Pacific Railroad (UP)
Open to traffic

UP - Eau Claire River Bridge (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
Bridge replaced an 1881 lattice deck truss bridge in 1898, reused old piers. Became a gauntlet bridge in 1901, plan to build second bridge in 1916 failed, gauntlet removed 1991
Double-intersection Warren deck truss bridge over Eau Claire River on Union Pacific Railroad
Open to traffic

UP - Hudson Swing Bridge (Washington County, Minnesota)
Opened 1913, replacing 1881 and 1872 bridges
Pratt through truss bridge over St. Croix River on Union Pacific Railroad
Open to traffic