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Pennsylvania truss

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The Pennsylvania, or Petit, truss is a sub-type of the Parker truss, but differs by the addition of half-length struts or ties in the top, bottom, or both parts of the panels.

Hogback Bridge (Louisa County, Iowa)
Built 1898; Replaced ca. 1930
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Iowa River on Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Hogback Bridge (Clearfield County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1893; Replaced 1989
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over the West Branch of the Susquehanna River on Old Erie Pike Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Hopewell Road Bridge (Hamilton County, Ohio)
Built 1922; rehabilitated 1984
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Miami River on Hopewell Road
Replaced by new bridge

Hot Metal Bridge (Allegheny County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1904; Converted to vehicular use in 2000
Through truss bridge over Monongahela River on Gateway Blvd. in Pittsburgh
Open to traffic

I-82 Westbound - Yakima River Bridge (Yakima County, Washington)
Built 1932 to replace 4th Street Bridge (Lower Selah Bridge)
Through truss bridge over Yakima River on I-82/US 97 in Selah
Open to traffic

Idaho-Pacific Highway Caldwell Bridge (Canyon County, Idaho)
Built 1894; Replaced 1922
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Boise River on Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Illinois Terminal - East St. Louis Viaduct (St. Clair County, Illinois)
Removed 1932
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Railroad on Illinois Terminal System
Removed

Illinois Terminal - McKinley Yard Bridge (Madison County, Illinois)
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Railroad Yard on Illinois Terminal System
Removed

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

Inwood Iron Bridge (Lebanon County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1899 by the Pittsburg Bridge Co. and Nelson & Buchanan; rehabilitated 1960
Through truss bridge over Swatara Creek on TR 575
Closed to all traffic

Inwood Iron Bridge Park (Lebanon County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1899 Pittsburgh Bridge Co., with Nelson & Buchanan as agents. Removed from Iron Bridge Rd, refurbished, and placed on display in park a quarter of a mile from original location.
Pennsylvania through truss bridge on Pedestrian viewing platform
Open to pedestrians only

Irigaray Bridge (Johnson County, Wyoming)
Built 1913; moved & rehabilitated 1963;
Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Powder River on CR 254
Open to traffic

Iron Bridge (Jackson County, Iowa)
Built ca. 1950
Through truss bridge over Maquoketa River on Iron Bridge Road
Open to traffic

James Bethel Gresham Memorial Bridge (McLean County, Kentucky)
Built 1928 by the Nashville Bridge Company; replaced 1999
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Green River on KY 81
Replaced by new bridge

Jefferson Bridge (Marion County, Oregon)
Relocated downstream to Crabtree in 1933 to replace the damaged Sanderson Bridge
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Santiam River on Hwy 164
Replaced by new bridge

Jenkins Ford Crossing Bridge (Vermilion County, Illinois)
Built 1893 by John Beard, closed to traffic on August 27, 1959, removed in 1964
Lost Through truss bridge over Vermilion River on E 1100N Road
Removed

Johnstown Inclined Plane Bridge (Cambria County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1890; rehabilitated 1965
Through truss bridge on LR 525 spur over Stoney Creek in Johnstown
Open to traffic

Jordan Drive Bridge (Crawford County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1900 by the Youngstown Bridge Co.
Through truss bridge over French Creek on Jordan Drive (TR 962) in Saegertown
Open to traffic

Juliana Street Bridge (Wood County, West Virginia)
Built 1891, demolished ca 1970-1975
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Little Kanawha River on Juliana Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Kanawha City Bridge (Kanawha County, West Virginia)
Built 1914; Replaced 1975
Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Kanawha River on Road & Charleston Traction Co.
Replaced by a new bridge

Kanawha Falls Bridge (Fayette County, West Virginia)
Built 1928
Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Kanawha River on CR 13
Intact but closed to all traffic in November 2018

Kankakee River-State Line Road Bridge (Lake County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1900
Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Kankakee River on State Line Road
Closed to all traffic

Kellogg Avenue Bridge (Hamilton County, Ohio)
Built 1922; damaged by flood during construction; opened in 1923; demolished in 1971
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Little Miami River on US 52 (Kellogg Avenue)
Replaced by new bridge

Kenai River Bridge (Kenai Peninsula Borough, Alaska)
Built 1950; Replaced ca. 1966 and relocated to Canada.
Relocated Pennsylvania through truss bridge originally over Kenai Ruver on Sterling Highway
Replaced by a new bridge; relocated to Williams Lake BC

Kennerdell Bridge (Venango County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1907; rehabilitated 1981; replaced 2000
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Allegheny River on PA 3008
Replaced by new bridge

Kentucky & Indiana Bridge (1912) (Jefferson County, Kentucky)
Built 1912; Interurban traffic ends 1946; road deck partially collapsed and closed to northbound traffic. Company employees can use southbound lane.
Through truss railroad bridge over Ohio River between Louisville and New Albany
Open to railroad traffic

Kenwood Bridge (Albany County, New York)
Built 1901(?); Scrapped 1980s
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Normans Kill on South Pearl Street
Removed

Kettle Mill Bridge (Maury County, Tennessee)
Built 1904 by the Nashville Bridge Co.; bypassed by new bridge in 1960; approach span destroyed by May 2010 flood
Abandoned pennsylvania through truss bridge over Duck River on former Kettle Mills Road
Demolished

Kime Bridge (Wayne County, Missouri)
Abandoned after the creation of Lake Wappapello in 1941 (or before)
Lost bridge over St. Francis River (now Lake Wappapello) near the historic townsite of Kime, just north of Holliday Landing
Two sets of piers remain standing

Kinderhook Creek Bridge (Columbia County, New York)
Built 1899 by Berlin Iron Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 1939 & 1993
Pin-connected Pennsylvania through truss bridge with arch over Kinderhook Creek on CR 25A in Stuyvesant Falls
Open to traffic

Knapps Bridge (Monroe County, New York)
Built 1915; Replaced 2002
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Csx Trans/Amtrak, Erie Canal on Lyndon Road
Replaced by new bridge

Kougarok River Bridge (Nome Census Area, Alaska)
Originally the Cushman Street bridge built to cross the Chena River in Fairbanks in 1917. Dismantled and re-erected by the Alaska Road Commission over the Kougarok River in 1961.
Through truss bridge over Kougarok River on Nome-Taylor Road
Open to traffic

Kuzitrin River Bridge (Nome Census Area, Alaska)
Built 1917, moved 1961, First installed on Cushman Street, Fairbanks, AK
Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Kuzitrin River on Nome-Taylor Road
Open to traffic

KY 204 - Cumberland River Bridge (Whitley County, Kentucky)
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Cumberland River on KY 204
Replaced by a new bridge in 1976

KY 52 Bridge (Old) (Estill County, Kentucky)
Lost Circa 1940
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Kentucky River on KY 52
No longer exists. Replaced by new bridge.

L&N - Rigolets Pass Bridge (Orleans Parish, Louisiana)
Built in 1902 ; replaced in 1925
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Rigolets Pass on CSX Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge after a hurricane

L'Erable Bridge (Iroquois County, Illinois)
Built 1903, collapsed in 2005
Two-span through truss bridge over Iroquois River on TR 59, 1.25 mi. east of Lerable
Collapsed due to abutment failure during a flood

La Crosse Wagon Bridge (La Crosse County, Wisconsin)
(Main design: Howe through truss)
Built 1891, Approach span collapsed 1935; Replaced 1939
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Mississippi River on Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Lakina Bridge (Valdez-Cordova Census Area, Alaska)
Built or relocated here 1981
Through truss bridge over Lakina River on Edgerton Highway / McCarthy Road
Open to traffic

Lamoille Valley Rail-Trail - Missisquoi River Bridge (Swanton) (Franklin County, Vermont)
Built 1902; dismantled & moved 2003; Reconstructed as pedestrian bridge in 2009
Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Missisquoi River on Lamoille Valley Rail Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Latona Bridge (King County, Washington)
Built 1890; Rebuilt 1909 to allow pedestrian & vehicular traffic; Replaced 1919
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Union Lake/Lake Washington Canal on Trolley Cars
No longer exists

Laurel Bridge (Laurel County, Kentucky)
Built 1922; Rehabilitated in 2011.
Through truss bridge over Rockcastle River on KY 490
Open to traffic

LE&E - Youngstown Interchange Viaduct (Mahoning County, Ohio)
Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Mahoning River/Norfolk Southern on Abandoned rail line in Youngstown
Abandoned

Leaf River Bridge (Greene County, Mississippi)
Built 1907
Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Leaf River on Neely-Mclain Road
Closed to all traffic

Lee Creek AR 220 Bridge (Crawford County, Arkansas)
Built circa 1928, Replaced 1995
Lost through truss over Lee Creek on AR 220
Replaced by a new bridge

Leggett Avenue Bridge (Bronx County, New York)
Built 1906; rehabilitated 1981
Through truss bridge over Amtrak on Leggett Avenue in New York
Open to traffic

Lewis and Clark Bridge (Old) (Williams County, North Dakota)
Built 1927
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Missouri River on US 85
Replaced by a new bridge

Lewis Bridge (St. Louis County, Missouri)
Built 1927; replaced 1979
Lost through truss bridge over the Missouri River on U. S. Highway 67, running parallel to the Bellefontaine Railroad Bridge
Replaced by a modern four-lane deck-girder bridge

Lincoln Highway Mississippi River Bridge (Clinton County, Iowa)
Built 1891, lost in 1975
Lost through truss bridge over Mississippi River on Lincoln Highway/US 30 in Clinton
Replaced by new bridge

Lincoln Highway Wapsipinicon River Bridge (Old) (Clinton County, Iowa)
Built 1896, Replaced 1930; Removed in the 1950s
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Wapsipinicon River on Lincoln Highway
Replaced by a new bridge

Lincoln's Ferry Bridge (Spencer County, Indiana)
Replaced 1949
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Anderson River on State Road 66
Replaced by new bridge

Linden Avenue Bridge (Las Animas County, Colorado)
Built 1912; replaced 1989
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Purgatoire River on Linden Avenue in Trinidad
Replaced by new bridge

Lindford Bridge (Koochiching County, Minnesota)
Built 1939; replaced 2009
Lost through truss bridge over Big Fork River on CR 1
No longer exists

LIRC - Falls of the Ohio Bridge (Jefferson County, Kentucky)
Built 1919
Through truss railroad bridge over the Ohio River at Louisville
Open to railroad traffic

Littleton-Waterford Bridge (Grafton County, New Hampshire)
Built 1890; Closed to traffic 1934; Destroyed by ice jam in 1936
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Connecticut River on Road
Destroyed by ice jam. Bridge foundations inundated by Moore Reservoir

Livermore Falls Bridge (1897) (Androscoggin County, Maine)
Built 1897, replaced in 1959
Lost Through truss bridge over Androscoggin River on Bridge Street in Livermore Falls
Replaced by a new bridge

Lock 9 Erie Canal Bridge (Schenectady County, New York)
Built 1914; rehabilitated 2000
Through truss bridge over Erie Canal (Lock 9) on NY 103 in Pattersonville-Rotterdam Junction
Open to traffic

Lookout Shoals Bridge (Catawba County, North Carolina)
Lost 5 span Pennsvylania Through Truss Bridge; built for the Southern Power Company
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Catawba River on SR 1006
Bridge demolished 1986, no replacement built

Lost Bridge (2nd) (Hamilton County, Ohio)
Built 1906, destroyed by flood on March 26, 1913
Lost Through truss bridge over Great Miami River on Lawrenceburg Road
Destroyed by flooding

Lost Bridge (3rd) (Hamilton County, Ohio)
Built 1913-14, closed to traffic on December 19, 1980, removed in October 1989
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Great Miami River on Lawrenceburg Road
Removed

Lothrop Bridge (Missoula County, Montana)
Built 1908; Collapsed 1958 and 1961; Replaced 1964
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Clark Fork River on Petty Creek Road
Replaced by new bridge in 1964

Lower Bridge (Midland County, Michigan)
Built 1908; Removed 1968
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge on Benson Street
Removed

Lower Greenville Bridge (Wayne County, Missouri)
Built in 1911 by the Stupp Bros. Bridge & Iron Co. removed in 1931 by S. J. Cohen Construction Co,
Lost Bridge over St. Francis River on State Route 23
No longer exists, displaced lally columns remain along river/lake bank

Lucile Bridge (Idaho County, Idaho)
Built 1937; rehabilitated 1975
Through truss bridge over Salmon River on Cow Creek Road
Open to 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

Lynch Bridge (Clark County, Wisconsin)
Built 1940 by Wausau Iron Works; Replaced 1992
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Black River on Opelt Avenue in Town of Levis
Replaced by new bridge

Lyndon Bridge (Whiteside County, Illinois)
Built 1894 by Keefers & Wyncoop; span added 1912; Closed in 1980; saved from demolition 1998
Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Rock River on 6th Avenue (Lyndon Road)
Open to pedestrians

M Street Bridge (Temporary) (Sacramento County, California)
Built 1934 as temporary shoofly for Tower Bridge construction
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Sacramento River on M Street
Replaced by a new bridge

MacArthur Bridge (St. Louis, Missouri)
Built 1907-1917 by the City of St. Louis to break the monopoly of the Terminal Railroad Association, which controlled the two other bridges at St. Louis and charged unreasonable tolls. Automobile deck closed to traffic in 1981.
Three-span through truss bridge over the Mississippi River in St. Louis, south of the Poplar Street Bridge
Open to railroad traffic only

Mahoning Avenue Viaduct (Lawrence County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1923-24. Rehabilitated 1940, 1957-61; 1986; 2016-2018.
Through truss bridge over Shenango River on Mahoning Avenue in New Castle
Open to traffic

Main Street Bridge (Lake County, Ohio)
Built in 1897 by the King Bridge Company of Cleveland, Ohio.
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Grand River on Main Street
Replaced by a new bridge in 1987

Main Street Bridge (Clay County, Iowa)
Built 1889, span added 1901, Replaced 1915
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Little Sioux River on Main Street (Now Renamed)
Replaced by a new bridge

Main Street Bridge (Chippewa County, Wisconsin)
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Chippewa River on Main Street
Replaced by a new bridge in 1976

Manchester Bridge (Allegheny County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1911; opened 1915 ; demolished 1970
Lost through truss bridge over the Allegheny River at The Point in Pittsburgh
Replaced by new bridge

Manette Bridge (Kitsap County, Washington)
Built 1930; rehabilitated 1949; demolished 2011
Lost through truss bridge over Port Washington Narrows on WA 303 in Bremerton
Lost to history

Manzanola Bridge (Otero County, Colorado)
Originally built 1911 by the Patterson-Burghardt Bridge Co. over the Colorado River at Clifton near Grand Junction. Relocated here in 1950; replaced 1984.
Lost through truss bridge over the Arkansas River on CO 207
Replaced by modern bridge

Marble Creek Bridge (Shoshone County, Idaho)
Built 1968
Through truss bridge over St. Joe River on North Side Road
Open to traffic

Masontown Bridge (Fayette County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1925; rehabilitated 1993
Lost through truss bridge over the Monogahela River on PA 21 in Masontown
Replaced by a new bridge in 2013

Matthews Iron Bridge (Grant County, Indiana)
Built 1902 by the Indiana Bridge Company; Replaced 1975
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Mississinewa River on Massachusetts Avenue (Old SR 221)
Replaced by new bridge

May Avenue Bridge (Oklahoma County, Oklahoma)
Lost Through truss bridge over North Canadian River (Oklahoma River) on Oklahoma City, OK
Replaced by a new bridge

McAlpine Locks Bridge (S) (Jefferson County, Kentucky)
Built 1927, Replaced 2006
Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Ohio River Louisville & Portland Canal on 27th street Route 264
Replaced

McGilvray Ferry Bridge (La Crosse County, Wisconsin)
Completed February 20, 1892, by the Clinton Bridge Co.; demolished 1954
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Black River on Old McGilvray Road
Demolished after McGilvray Road was moved to a new alignment

McGirt's Bridge (Bladen County, North Carolina)
Built 1923 by the Atlantic Bridge Co.; replaced ca. 1983
Lost through truss bridge over Cape Fear River on US 701
Replaced by a new bridge

McKinley Bridge (St. Louis, Missouri)
Built 1910, closed to traffic in October 2001, reopened in 2007
Through truss bridge over the Mississippi River at St. Louis
Open to traffic

McQueeny Bridge (Guadalupe County, Texas)
Abandoned Through truss bridge over Guadalupe River on Bridge Road
Closed to all traffic

Medford Avenue Bridge (Harrison County, Iowa)
Built 1900
Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Willow River on Medford Avenue
Open to traffic

Melrose Bridge (Jackson County, Wisconsin)
Built 1922 by Worden-Allen Co.; Replaced 1985
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Black River on STH 71, STH 108 in Town of Melrose
Replaced by new bridge

Memorial Avenue Bridge (Lycoming County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1889 by the Groton Bridge Co.; center pier added 1925; replaced 1987
Lost through truss bridge over Lycoming Creek on Memorial Avenue (SR 3021) in Williamsport
Replaced by a new bridge

Merchants Bridge (St. Louis, Missouri)
Completed in May 1890; approaches rebuilt in 2005
Three-span through truss railroad bridge over the Mississippi River between St. Louis and Venice, Illinois on Terminal Railroad Assosiation
Open to two tracks of railroad traffic. Only one train is allowed to cross the bridge at a time, due to its age.

Metropolis Bridge (Massac County, Illinois)
Built 1917 for the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy RR by the American Bridge Co. under the direction of engineers C. H. Cartlidge and Ralph Modjeski
Six-span through truss bridge over the Ohio River on the Canadian National Railway at Metropolis
Open to railroad traffic

Michigan Street Bridge (Old) (St. Joseph County, Indiana)
Built 1881; Modified for Interurban use ca. 1906; Replaced 1914
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over St. Joseph River on South Bend & Southern Michigan Railway & Michigan St.
Replaced by a new bridge

Miles City Wagon Bridge (Custer County, Montana)
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Yellowstone River on N 7th Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Milk River Bridge (Blaine County, Montana)
Built 1916
Timber and Steel Combination through truss bridge over Milk River on CR 178
Open to traffic

Milk River Bridge (Blaine County, Montana)
Built 1910
Through truss bridge over Milk River on CR 308
Open to traffic

Million Dollar Bridge (Valdez-Cordova Census Area, Alaska)
Built 1910 on the CR&NW Railroad; closed 1938; reopened as a highway bridge in 1958; fourth span collapsed in earthquake on March 27, 1964, collapsed span repaired 2005
Four-span through truss bridge over Copper River on Copper River Highway
Open to one-lane traffic

Monongahela City Bridge (Washington County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1910, replaced 1988
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Monongahela River on SR 136
Replaced by a new bridge

Monticello Bridge (Wright County, Minnesota)
Built 1891; Replaced in 1930
Lost Through truss bridge over Mississippi River on Minnesota Highway 25
Replaced by a new bridge

Mora Road Bridge (Clallam County, Washington)
Built 1935, replaced 1998
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Solduck River on Sr 110 Spur
Replaced by new bridge

Morris Bridge (Grundy County, Illinois)
Built 1934; rehabilitated 1978; replaced 2002
Lost five-span through truss bridge over the Illinois River on IL 47 at Morris
Replaced by modern bridge

Mosquito Lake Road Bridge (Whatcom County, Washington)
Built 1915; Moved here and modified 1951; Rehabilitated in 2010
Through truss bridge over Middle Fork Nooksack River on Mosquito Lake Road
Open to traffic