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Pratt truss

The Pratt truss is named after Thomas and Caleb Pratt, Boston railroad engineers who patented the design in 1844. The Pratt and its variations are the most common design of metal truss bridges. On a basic Pratt truss, the diagonals slope toward the center of the bridge, do not cross any verticals, and are approximately parallel. The top chord is straight and parallels the lower chord. The panels can have sub-divisions - or verticals and diagonals that don't reach from the top to bottom chord, though this can be considered a variation of the basic type. There are many variations, or sub-types of the Pratt truss, some of which have their own name including Parker, camelback, Pennsylvania, Baltimore, and others. It is used in bridges as a through truss, pony truss, and deck truss.


CBQ - Black River Bridge (La Crosse County, Wisconsin)
Built 1886, Replaced 1917
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Black River on Railroad (CB&Q)
Replaced by a new bridge

CBQ - Farm Creek Bridge (Mills County, Iowa)
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Farm Creek on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

CBQ - Illinois River Bridge (Old) (LaSalle County, Illinois)
Built 1890 minus movable span; Movable span installed 1913; Replaced in 1932 by a vertical lift span
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Illinois River on Chicago Burlington & Quincy RR
Demolished

CBQ - Lower Quincy Bay Bridge (Adams County, Illinois)
Built 1889; Removed 1960-1
Lost Pratt deck truss swing bridge over Quincy Bay on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad
Removed; One pier used as foundation for the "Pier Restaurant"

CBQ - Platte River Bridge (Butler County, Nebraska)
Demaged by flooding March 1960 and a new bridge was built in the 90s.
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Platte River on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad
Destroyed by flooding

CBQ - Prescott Swing Bridge (Old) (Washington County, Minnesota)
Built 1886; Replaced 1906
Pratt through truss bridge on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad


CBQ - Skunk River Bridge (Old) (Des Moines County, Iowa)
Replaced 1910
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Skunk River on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

CBQ - South Avery Creek Bridge (Old) (Wapello County, Iowa)
Built 1885; replaced 1897
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over South Avery Creek on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

CBQ - Steamboat Basin Bridge (LaSalle County, Illinois)
Damaged and removed in 1979
Lost Pratt through truss bridge ove Steamboat Basin (I&M Canal) on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad
Lost

CBQ - West Bureau Creek Bridge (Old) (Bureau County, Illinois)
Replaced 1899
Lost Pratt deck truss bridge over West Bureau Creek on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad


CBR - Siuslaw River Bridge No. 7 (Lane County, Oregon)
Built 1914, 2007 CORP Coos Bay Line Closed, Re-opened 2011
Swing span bridge over Siuslaw River on the Coos Bay Rail Link (CBR) in Cushman
Open to traffic

CC Camp Road Bridge (Schoharie County, New York)
Built 1930
Lost through truss bridge over Catskill Creek on CC Camp Road
Replaced by a modern pony truss

CCC&StL - Cuyahoga River Bridge (Old) (Cuyahoga County, Ohio)
Replaced in 1920
Lost Through truss bridge over Cuyahoga River on Cleveland Columbus Cincinatti & St Louis RR
No longer exists

CCKY - Chattooga River Bridge (Chattooga County, Georgia)
Built around 1888...that is when this line was opened for traffic
Pratt through truss bridge over Chattooga River on Chattooga & Chickamauga Railway (Formerly Central of Georgia) in Trion
Open to traffic

CD&M - Bud Creek Bridge (Scott County, Iowa)
Built ca 1904; Removed 1940
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Bud Creek on Clinton, Davenport & Muscatine Railway
Removed

Cedar Avenue Bridge (Daviess County, Missouri)
Built ca. 1920
Lost pony truss bridge over Hickory Creek on Cedar Avenue
Replaced by a new bridge 2013

Cedar Avenue Bridge (Old) (Dakota County, Minnesota)
(Main design: Warren through truss with all verticals)
Built 1890, removed in 1980 shortly after the current bridge was built.
Lost Through truss bridge over Minnesota River on Cedar Avneue
Removed

Cedar Bluff Bridge (Monroe County, Missouri)
Built 1912 by the Decatur Bridge Co.
Through truss bridge over Elk Fork Salt River on CR 857
Open to one-lane traffic

Cedar Creek AR 348 Bridge (Crawford County, Arkansas)
Built 1938; replaced 1995
Lost through truss bridge over Cedar Creek on AR 348
Replaced by a new bridge on new alignment

Cedar Creek Bridge (Washington County, Missouri)
Built 1918 by R.L. Miller
Lost two-span through truss bridge over Cedar Creek on CR 540
Replaced by a new bridge

Cedar Creek Bridge (Pope County, Arkansas)
Pony truss bridge over Cedar Creek on Old abandoned alignment Griffin Flat Road
Closed to all traffic

Cedar Creek Bridge (Wapello County, Iowa)
Built 1900
Pony truss bridge over Cedar Creek on 98th Avenue
Gone

Cedar Creek Bridge (Johnson County, Kansas)
Pratt through truss bridge over Cedar Creek on abandoned section of W. 107th Street
Closed to all traffic

Cedar Creek Bridge (Johnson County, Kansas)
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Cedar Creek on 127th Street
Replaced by new bridge

Cedar Creek Bridge (Franklin County, Alabama)
Abandoned through truss bridge over Cedar Creek on Abandoned alignment of CR 290
Abandoned

Cedar Creek Bridge (Chase County, Kansas)
Abandoned truss bridge over Cedar Creek on 70 Road
Derelict/abandoned

Cedar Creek Bridge (Smith County, Kansas)
Built ca. 1910
Pony truss bridge over Cedar Creek, 2.5 mi. north and 1.6 mi. east of Claudell
Open to traffic

Cedar Creek Bridge (Adams County, Illinois)
Built 1875
Lost Through truss bridge over Cedar Creek
No longer exists

Cedar Creek Bridge (Stephenson County, Illinois)
Lost Pony truss bridge over Cedar Creek on IL 26
Replaced by a new bridge

Cedar Creek Bridge (Chautauqua County, Kansas)
Built ca. 1930
Pony truss bridge over Cedar Creek on Gallop Rd, 5.5 mi. north and 0.5 mi. east of Elgin
Open to traffic

Cedar Creek Bridge (Monroe County, Iowa)
Built 1936; rehabilitated 1978
Pony truss bridge over Cedar Creek on 595th Avenue
Closed to all traffic

Cedar Creek MO 32 Bridge (Washington County, Missouri)
Built 1934; replaced 2017
Lost through truss bridge over Cedar Creek on MO 32 near Caledonia
Replaced by a new bridge

Cedar Creek-19th Terrace Bridge (Marshall County, Kansas)
Built ca. 1930; replaced 2003
Lost Pratt pony truss bridge over Cedar Creek on 19th Terrace SW of Frankfort
No longer exists

Cedar Creek-205th Ave. Bridge (Lake County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1895
Lost Half-hip Pratt pony truss bridge over Cedar Creek on 205th Avenue
Replaced by a new bridge

Cedar Creek-King Rd. Bridge (Jefferson County, Kansas)
Abandoned pony truss bridge over Cedar Creek on King Road (Abandoned)
Derelict/abandoned

Cedar Falls Bridge (St. Francois County, Missouri)
Built 1911 by Stupp Brothers Bridge & Iron Co. for $3,890. Replaced 1989.
Lost two-span through truss bridge over Flat River on Ceder Falls Road just east of Desloge in Desloge
No longer exists, replaced by concrete bridge

Cedar River Trail Bridge #4 (King County, Washington)
Built 1909
Through truss bridge over Cedar River on Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Cedar Run Bridge (Prince William County, Virginia)
Abandoned when Fleetwood Road was straightened. New concrete bridge built.
Abandoned pratt pony truss bridge over Cedar Run on Route 611 (Fleetwood Road)
Abandoned

Cedar Springs Road Bridge (Wythe County, Virginia)
Built 1954
Pratt pony truss bridge over Cripple Creek on Cedar Springs Rd (Route 749)
Replaced by a new bridge

Cementon Bridge (Lehigh County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1933
Through truss bridge over Lehigh River on PA 329 in Northampton
Open to traffic

Cemetery Lane Bridge (Morgan County, Alabama)
Wooden Pratt pony truss bridge over CSX Railroad on Cemetery Lane
Demolished

Cemetery Road Bridge (Cass County, Indiana)
Lost Pratt pony truss bridge over Little Deer Creek on Cemetery Road
Collapsed

Cemetery Street Bridge (Clarke County, Georgia)
Built 1899
Pratt through truss bridge over Oconee River on Cemetery Street
Open to traffic

Centennial Bridge (Tehama County, California)
Built ca.1890 by the Wrought Iron Bridge Company, Replaced 1938
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Sacramento River on State Route 36
Lost

Centennial Park Truss Bridge (Pettis County, Missouri)
Pratt through truss bridge over a tributary of Breakfast Branch on a pedestrian trail connecting with E. 18th Street in Centennial Park
Open to pedestrians only

Centennial Trail - Stillaguamish River Bridge (Snohomish County, Washington)
Built 1902
Pratt through truss bridge over Stillaguamish River on Centennial Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Center Bridge (Knox County, Nebraska)
Built 1915; rehabilitated 1981
Pony truss bridge over Bazile Creek on 881 Road, .1 mi. southwest of Center
Open to traffic

Center Creek Route D Bridge (Jasper County, Missouri)
Built 1935; Lost 2019
Through truss bridge with stone piers over Center Creek on Route D southeast of Oronogo in Oronogo
Replaced by a new bridge

Center Point Bridge (Linn County, Iowa)
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Cedar River on Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Center Road Bridge (Perry County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1905; rehabilitated 1977
Pony truss bridge over Bixler Run on Center Road
Open to traffic

Center Steet Bridge (Cuyahoga County, Ohio)
Built 1901 by the King Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 1989
Swing through truss bridge over Cuyahoga River on Center Street in Cleveland
Open to traffic

Center Street Bridge (Crawford County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1896 by the Youngstown Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 1973
Through truss bridge over Conneaut Creek on Center Street in Conneautville
Open to traffic

Center Street Bridge (Greene County, Pennsylvania)
Built ca. 1910 as a railroad bridge; relocated 1944; rehabilitated 1983
Pony truss bridge over South Fork Tenmile Creek on PA 1011 in Clarksville
Open to traffic

Center Street Bridge (Ventura County, California)
Replaced 1985 by NBI 52C0004 (built along-side)
Abandoned through truss bridge over Piru Creek on Center Street in Piru
Abandoned

Center Street Bridge (Emery County, Utah)
Pratt through truss bridge over Cottonwood Creek on Center Street
Open to pedestrians only

Center Street Bridge (Old) (Marion County, Oregon)
(Main design: Double-intersection Warren pony truss)
Built 1917-18, Approaches Replaced 1953, Main Spans Replaced 1982-83
Lost cantilevered pony truss bridge over Willamette River on OR 22 EB
Replaced by new bridge

Center Street Bridge (Old) (Marshall County, Iowa)
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Iowa River on Center Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Center Village Bridge (Broome County, New York)
Built 1890; bypassed 1990
Pratt through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Old Bridge Street in Harpursville
Intact but closed to all traffic

Centerville Bridge (Hickman County, Tennessee)
Built 1913; Bypassed by new bridge 1970; destroyed May 2010
Lost two-span through truss bridge over Duck River at Centerville
Destroyed by flooding in May 2010

Centerville Bridge (Bradford County, Pennsylvania)
Damaged by flooding multiple times; replaced in 1979
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Bentley Creek on PA 4024
Replaced by a new bridge

Centerville Bridge (Older) (Boone County, Iowa)
Built 1896; Replaced 1922 by a new bridge downstream
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Des Moines River on Road
Removed

Central Avenue Bridge (Wyandotte County, Kansas)
Built 1918; rehabilitated 1983 and 2008
Two-level deck truss bridge over Kansas River on Central Avenue in Kansas City
Open to traffic

Central Avenue Bridge (Older) (Delaware County, Ohio)
Built ca. 1880's; Destroyed by flooding 1913
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Olentangy River on Rt 37
Replaced by a new bridge

Central College Bridge (Franklin County, Ohio)
Built 1898, replaced in 1970
Lost Pratt through truss Bridge over Big Walnut Creek on Central College Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Central of Georgia - Lyerly Bridge (Chattooga County, Georgia)
Built around 1888...that is when this line was opened for traffic
Abandoned Pratt through truss bridge over Chattooga River on former Central of Georgia Railway
Abandoned

Central Railroad Bridge (Weber County, Utah)
Pratt through truss bridge over Ogden River on Central Pacific Railroad


Central Street Bridge (Chippewa County, Wisconsin)
Built 1934
Through truss bridge over Duncan Creek on Central Street in Chippewa Falls
Open to traffic

Central Viaduct (Old) (Cuyahoga County, Ohio)
(Main design: Through truss)
Built 1912; replaced 1959
Lost Through truss bridge over Cuyahoga River on I- 90 Inner Belt Former Central Viaduct
Replaced by a new bridge

Central Viaduct (Older) (Cuyahoga County, Ohio)
(Main design: Pratt deck truss)
Built 1888; Swing span removed and replaced 1912
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Cuyahoga River on Inner Belt Expressway
Replaced by a new bridge

Centreville Bridge (Bibb County, Alabama)
(Main design: Camelback through truss)
Built 1910 by the Champion Bridge Company; replaced in 1951
Lost Camelback through truss bridge over Cahaba River on AL 25
Replaced by a new bridge in 1951

CFE/NS - Yellow River Bridge (Marshall County, Indiana)
Formerly Two Tracks, once hosted Pennsy's "Broadway Limited" and later Amtrak, second road bed may be used by Fiber Optic Cable Line.
Pony truss bridge over Yellow River on Chicago Fort Wayne and Eastern Railroad via lease of CSX Railroad (nee Pennsylvania Railroad, Penn Central, Conrail, Norfolk Southern Railway)
Open to traffic

CFWR - Barren Fork Bridge (Warren County, Tennessee)
Originally built by the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railroad, later the Louisville & Nashville Railroad, later CSX
Pratt pony truss bridge over Barren Fork River on Caney Fork & Western Railroad in McMinnville
Open to traffic

CGW - Crane's Grove Bridge (Old) (Stephenson County, Illinois)
Lost Pratt Deck Truss bridge over Chicago Great Western Railway
Replaced by a new bridge

CGW - Des Moines River Bridge (Polk County, Iowa)
Built Ca. 1900, closed to railroad traffic in 2001; purchased by the city in 2002 for future trail usage, demolished in 2013
Lost abandoned Pratt Truss Bridge over Des Moines River
Last of the four spans demolished on 11 September 2013.

CGW - Fox River Bridge (Old) (Kane County, Illinois)
Built 1886; Replaced 1956
Lost Pratt deck truss bridge over Fox River on Chicago Great Western Railway
Replaced by a new bridge

CGW - St. Paul Swing Bridge (Ramsey County, Minnesota)
Built 1885; Replaced 1913
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Mississippi River on Chicago Great Western Railway
Replaced by a new bridge

Chable Bridge (Murray County, Georgia)
According to the Murray County Heritage book, it was moved from Conasauga, TN by the CCC (1930's) and reinstalled at this location. Torn down and replaced with new bridge 2002
Lost through truss bridge over Jacks River on Cisco Alaculsy Road
No longer exists

Chain Lakes Bridge (Linn County, Iowa)
Built 1884 by Wrought Iron Bridge Company of Canton, Ohio
Two-span through truss bridge over Cedar River on Pedestrian trail over the Cedar River, 4 miles west of Hiawatha, IA in Palo
Open to pedestrians

Chain of Rocks Bridge (Lincoln County, Missouri)
Built 1893 by the St. Louis Bridge & Iron Co.
Lost through truss bridge over the Cuivre River at Chain of Rocks
No longer exists

Chalfin Bridge (Monroe County, Illinois)
Built 1905; rehabilitated 1950; bypassed in 1980
Abandoned pony truss bridge over Maeystown Creek on Old Bluff Road at the village of Chalfin Bridge
Abandoned, but still intact

Chambers Ford Bridge (Tama County, Iowa)
Built 1890 & 1903; rehabilitated 1938
Pratt through truss bridge over Iowa River on 380th Street
Demolished and replaced per ACME Mapper Satellite

Chandler Boulevard Tujunga Wash Bridge (S) (Los Angeles County, California)
Replaced 1957
Lost Warren pony truss bridge over Tujunga Wash on Chandler Boulevard
Replaced by a new bridge

Chapel Road-Nolands Fork Bridge (Wayne County, Indiana)
Replaced 1998
Lost through truss bridge over Nolands Fork on Chapel Road
Replaced by new bridge

Chaplin River Bridge (Mercer County, Kentucky)
Built 1915
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Chaplin River on Deep Creek Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Chapman Creek Bridge (Dickinson County, Kansas)
Built 1905 by the Canton Bridge Co.
Through truss bridge over Chapman Creek on Quail Road, 1.0 mi. west and 2.4 mi. north of Chapman
Open to traffic

Chapman Creek Bridge (Lawrence County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1905; Replaced 1987
Lost Pratt pony truss bridge over Chapman Creek on Huron & William Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Charcoal Kiln Road Bridge (Miller County, Missouri)
Pratt through truss bridge over Tavern Creek on abandoned section of Charcoal Kiln Road.
Derelict/abandoned

Chariton Fork Route PP Bridge (Chariton County, Missouri)
Built 1959
Pony truss bridge over Chariton Fork on Route PP
Open to traffic

Chariton River Bridge (Appanoose County, Iowa)
Built 1909; removed 2012
Lost through truss bridge over Chariton River on 238th Avenue and 482nd Street
Removed but not replaced

Chariton River CR 447 Bridge (Chariton County, Missouri)
Built ca. 1920
Pony truss bridge over East Fork Chariton River on CR 447
Open to traffic

Charles Avenue Bridge (Cedar County, Iowa)
Built 1925
Pony truss bridge over West Branch Wapsinonoc Creek on Charles Avenue
Open to traffic

Charles Road-Martindale Creek Bridge (Wayne County, Indiana)
Built 1904 by the New Castle Bridge Co. of Indianapolis,IN
Pratt through truss bridge originally over Martindale Creek on Charles Road.
Relocated to Koteewi Park in Hamilton County and rehabilitated for reuse.

Charles Street Overpass (Providence County, Rhode Island)
Replaced ca. 1977
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Northeast Corridor (Amtrak) on Charles Street
Replaced by new bridge

Charlestown Bridge (Old) (Suffolk County, Massachusetts)
Built in 1900 to replace the Charles River Bridge which opened in 1786. It carried an elevated railway until it was demolished and re-routed in 1975. Bridge was demolished in 2020.
Pratt through truss bridge with former swing span over Charles River on N. Washington Street in Boston
Demolished

Charlevoix Bridge (Older) (Charlevoix County, Michigan)
Replaced 1900
Lost Pratt pony truss bridge over Island Outlet Lake on Bridge Street US 31
Demolished

Chartiers Creek Bridge Near Union Street (Allegheny County, Pennsylvania)
Pratt pony truss bridge over Chartiers Creek on Factory access


Chase Brass Bridge (New Haven County, Connecticut)
Pratt through truss bridge over Naugatuck River, Waterbury
Intact but closed to all traffic

Chautauqua Creek Bridge (Chautauqua County, New York)
Abandoned through truss bridge over Chautuaqua Creek on Gale Street
Derelict/abandoned

Cheat Bridge (Randolph County, West Virginia)
Built 1912
Through truss bridge over Shavers Fork on CR 250/4
Open to traffic

Checkerboard Creek Bridge (Okmulgee County, Oklahoma)
Built 1929
Bedstead pony truss bridge over Checkerboard Creek on Harreld Rd. (E0870 Rd.)
Replaced by a new bridge