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Truss

Ford Street Bridge (Monroe County, New York)
Built 1917; rehabilitated 1962; renamed Ford Street in 1980; rebuilt and widened in 2001 retaining pony trusses
Pony truss bridge over Genesee River on Ford Street in Rochester


Forder Bridge (Paulding County, Ohio)
Built 1889; Replaced 1996
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Maumee River on CR 73
Replaced by a new bridge

Fordin Bridge (Steuben County, Indiana)
Replaced 1939
Lost Pratt Bedstead pony truss bridge over Pigeon Creek on Golden Lake Road
Replaced by new bridge

Fore River Bridge (1890) (Cumberland County, Maine)
Built 1890; replaced 1916
Lost Through truss bridge over Fore River on Main Route 77
Replaced by Million Dollar Bridge

Fore River Bridge (1905) (Norfolk County, Massachusetts)
Replaced 1936
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Fore River on 3A
Replaced by a new bridge

Fore River Bridge (1936) (Norfolk County, Massachusetts)
Built 1936; rehabilitated 1954
Lost deck truss bascule bridge over Fore River on MA 3A
Replaced by a new bridge

Fore River Bridge (2006) (Norfolk County, Massachusetts)
Built as a temporary bridge in 2006; Disassembled in 2017 but parts remain in storage
Bailey/Acrow pony truss vertical-lift bridge over Weymouth Fore River on MA 3A (Temporary alignment)
In storage or disassembled. Bridge was removed in 2017 but as of 2020 parts remain next to the new bridge

Fore River Bridge (2017) (Norfolk County, Massachusetts)
Built 2017 to replace previous double-leaf bascule bridge
Through truss vertical-lift bridge over Weymouth Fore River on Bridge Street (MA 3A)
Open to traffic

Forest Avenue Bridge (Daviess County, Missouri)
Built ca. 1910, probably by the Dildine Bridge Co.
Camelback through truss bridge over Sampson Creek on Forest Avenue (CR 329)
Open to traffic

Forest Avenue Bridge (Dallas County, Texas)
Constructed in 1915, Bypassed in 1952, Demolished in 1955
Lost Camelback through truss bridge over Trinity River on Forest Avenue Road
Demolished

Forest Brook Drive Bridge (Ellis County, Texas)
Built at unknown date. Rehabilitated or relocated in 1968
Pony truss bridge over Red Oak Creek on Forrest Brook Drive in Ovilla
Replaced by a new bridge

Forest City Bridge (Dewey County, South Dakota)
Built 1958; rehabilitated 1980
Through truss bridge over Missouri River (Oahe Lake) on US 212
Open to traffic

Forest Crossing Bridge (Crook County, Oregon)
Abandoned polygonal Warren through truss with alternating verticals bridge over Crooked River on Old Lone Pine Road Alignment
Open to ranch traffic only

Forest Hill Road Bridge (Placer County, California)
Lost Through truss bridge over North Fork American River on Forest Hill Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Forest Home Bridge - Upper (Tompkins County, New York)
Built 1909; rehabilitated 1975 and 2013-14
Through truss bridge over Fall Creek on CR 121 (Forest Home Road) in Forest Home
Open to traffic

Forest Park Queenpost Bridge (Labette County, Kansas)
Relocated Queenpost truss bridge over Tributary of Labette Creek on Hiking Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Forest Street Bridge (Clearwater County, Idaho)
Built 1925; rehabilitated 1955
Riveted Pratt pony truss over Orofino Creek on Forest Street in Orofino
Open to traffic

Foreston Bridge (Howard County, Iowa)
Built 1892; Replaced 1998
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Upper Iowa River on Quail Avenue
Replaced by new bridge

Forestport Reservoir Bridge (Oneida County, New York)
Built 1938; rehabilitated 1967
Through truss bridge over Forestport Reservoir on NY 28
Open to traffic

Forestville Bridge (Delaware County, Iowa)
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Maquoketa River on Road
Replaced

Forestville Road Bridge (Marquette County, Michigan)
Built 1935
Deck truss bridge over Dead River on HD Road
Open to pedestrians only

Forestville South Branch Root River Bridge (Fillmore County, Minnesota)
Built 1899 by the Gillette-Herzog Manufacturing Co.; closed to traffic in 2009
Through truss bridge over South Branch Root River on CR 118 at Forestville
Open to pedestrians only

Forge Covered Bridge 32-56-02 (Ulster County, New York)
Built 1906
Kingpost through truss bridge over Dry Brook on Private Rd off Dry Brook Road
Open to private traffic

Forked Creek Bridge (Will County, Illinois)
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Forked Creek on a farm access road.
Removed but not replaced

Forksville Covered Bridge 38-57-01 (Sullivan County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1850 by Samuel Sadler Rogers; rehabilitated 2004
Covered bridge over Loyalsock Creek on PA 4012 in Forksville
Open to traffic

Forksville Rt 87 -Little Loyalsock Creek (Sullivan County, Pennsylvania)
Through truss bridge over LITTLE LOYALSOCK CREEK on SR 0087
Open to traffic

Forksville Rt87-Loyalsock Creek (Sullivan County, Pennsylvania)
Through truss bridge over OVER LOYALSOCK CR. on SR 0087
Open to traffic

Forney Bridge (Kaufman County, Texas)
Abandoned warren pony truss with alternating verticals bridge over trinity river on road
Derelict/abandoned

Forrest Crossing Bridge (Williamson County, Tennessee)
Pratt pony truss bridge over Harpeth River on a pedestrian/golf cart trail in the Forrest Crossing Golf Course
Open to pedestrians and golf cart traffic

Forry Mill Covered Bridge 38-36-28 (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1869
Covered bridge over Big Chiques Creek on Bridge Valley Road
Open to traffic

Forsyth Bridge (Rosebud County, Montana)
Built 1905, Closed with two spans removed for scrap 1958
Abandoned bridge over Yellowstone River on US 12
Abandoned

Forsyth Street Viaduct (Fulton County, Georgia)
Construction began in 1891; Opened in 1893; Reconstructed in 1929 and 1979; Demolished in 1995; Replaced in 1996
Lost Through truss bridge over CSX Railroad on Forsyth Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Forsythe Covered Bridge 14-70-04 (Rush County, Indiana)
Built 1888 by E. L. Kennedy
Covered bridge over Flatrock River on CR 650 South
Open to traffic

Fort Atkinson Bridge (Winneshiek County, Iowa)
Built 1892 by D.H. Young of Manchester, Iowa
Pratt through truss bridge over Little Turkey River on 150th Street in Fort Atkinson
Open to one-lane traffic

Fort Avenue Fort McHenry Bridge (Baltimore, Maryland)
Built 1923; replaced 1960
Lost Warren pony truss bridge over CSX Railroad Yard on Fort Avenue
Replaced by a new bridge

Fort Belvoir Walker Gate Bridge (Fairfax County, Virginia)
Built 1959; rehabilitated 1979
Pony truss bridge over Dogue Creek on Mt. Vernon Road in Fort Belvoir
Open to authorized vehicles only

Fort Benton Bridge (Chouteau County, Montana)
Built in 1888 by Benton Bridge Co. as toll bridge. Chouteau County purchased 1896. The swing span was lost to flood 1908, and replaced with fixed span in 1921. Closed to traffic in 1963.
Completed by the Benton Bridge Co. as a toll bridge to connect Judith River Basin trade with the Great Northern RR and Missouri River shipping. Chouteau Co. purchased the bridge in 1896. Vehicle traffic was closed in 1963.
Open to pedestrians

Fort Brown Bridge (Paulding County, Ohio)
Possibly lost 1943
Lost Bowstring through truss bridge over Little Auglaize River on County Road 171
Replaced by a new bridge

Fort Denaud Swing Bridge (Hendry County, Florida)
Built 1940; re-erected here in 1963
Swing pony truss bridge over Caloosahatchee River on Fort Denaud Way
Open to traffic

Fort Dodge High Bridge (Webster County, Iowa)
Built 1902 by the Mason City and Fort Dodge Railway, later Chicago Great Western
Deck truss bridge over Des Moines River on railroad
Open to traffic

Fort Fairfield Bridge (Somerset County, Maine)
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Aroostock River on Bridge Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Fort Fisher-Southport Ferry (Brunswick County, North Carolina)
Built 1933
Ferry over Cape Fear River
Open to traffic

Fort Frances-International Falls International Bridge (Koochiching County, Minnesota)
Built 1912; Northbound Couplet constructed in 1980
Parker through truss bridge over Rainy River on Us 53 Sb
Open to traffic

Fort Griffin Bridge (Shackelford County, Texas)
Built 1885 by the King Bridge Co.
Through truss bridge over Clear Fork Brazos River on CR 188
Closed to all traffic

Fort Hill Road Bridge (Lamoille County, Vermont)
Built 1928 by Palmer Steel Co.; Closed 2007
Warren pony truss bridge over Wild Branch Lamoille River on C2002 in Wolcott
Closed to all traffic

Fort Hunter Barge Canal Bridge (Montgomery County, New York)
Built 1910; rehabilitated 2003
Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Barge Canal on CR 27 in Tribes Hill
Open to traffic

Fort Kent International Bridge (Aroostook County, Maine)
Built 1929, demolished in september 2014
Lost through truss bridge over Saint John River on US 1 in Fort Kent
Replaced by a new bridge

Fort Keogh Bridge (Custer County, Montana)
(Main design: Pennsylvania through truss)
Built 1902, damaged by flooding in 2011, later removed in spring 2012
Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Yellowstone River on Fort Keogh Access Road
Removed in the spring 2012 according to info from the Montana Historical Society

Fort Laramie Bridge (Goshen County, Wyoming)
Built 1875 by the King Iron Bridge Co.; bypassed by new bridge in 1958
Three-span bowstring through truss bridge over the North Platte River at Fort Laramie National Historic Site
Open to pedestrians only

Fort Leavenworth Bridge (Leavenworth County, Kansas)
Built 1871; Burned and abandoned 1913 , Converted to road 1917
Lost Post through truss bridge over Missouri River
Removed

Fort Lincoln Trolley - Heart River Bridge (Morton County, North Dakota)
Built 1910
Pratt Through truss bridge over Heart River on Fort Lincoln Trolley
Open

Fort Lincoln Trolley - Old Channel Bridge (Morton County, North Dakota)
Built 1898, Relocated Here 1960
Pratt through truss bridge over Former channel on Fort Lincoln Trolley
Open to traffic

Fort Madison Bridge (1888) (Lee County, Iowa)
Built 1888; Replaced 1923
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Mississippi River on Railroad and Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Fort Madison Bridge (1927) (Lee County, Iowa)
Built 1927
Toll double-decker through truss swing bridge over the Mississippi River on IA 2/IL 9/BNSF Railroad at Fort Madison
Open to traffic

Fort Miller Road Bridge (Washington County, New York)
Built 1907 by Groton Bridge Co.
Double Intersection Warren through truss bridge over Champlain Canal on Fort Miller Road
Open to traffic

Fort Pierre Bridge (Stanley County, South Dakota)
Built in 1925-26; new bridge built on a different alignment in 1962; bridge finally removed between 1986-1991.
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Missouri River on old alignment of US 14
Replaced by a new bridge and later removed

Fort Popham Bridge (Sagadahoc County, Maine)
Built 1903; damaged by storms during 1940's and removed
Lost Pony truss bridge on Walkway
No longer exists

Fort Richardson State Park Bridge (Jack County, Texas)
Quadrangular Warren through truss bridge
Closed to all traffic

Fort Ritner Bridge (Lawrence County, Indiana)
Built 1895 by the Lafayette Bridge Co.
Two-span through truss bridge over East Fork White River on CR L7S10
Closed to all traffic

Fort River Bridge (Hampshire County, Massachusetts)
Built 1880 by Corrugated Metal Co.; Bypassed c. 1940; Later rehabilitated for pedestrian use
Lenticular pony truss bridge over Fort River on a pedestrian path next to MA 116 in Amherst
Open to pedestrians

Fort Seneca Bridge (Seneca County, Ohio)
Built 1914; rehabilitated 1984
Parker through truss bridge over Sandusky River on Fry Road (TR 143)
open to pedestrians only

Fort Seward Road Bridge (Humboldt County, California)
Built 1958
Deck truss bridge over Eel River on Fort Seward Road
Open to traffic

Fort Smith-Van Buren Free Bridge (Sebastian County, Arkansas)
Built 1912; Refurbished 1956; Replaced 1969
Lost through truss vertical-lift bridge over Arkansas River on Midland Boulevard (US 71) in Fort Smith
Replaced by new bridge as part of the Kerr-McClellan Arkansas River navigation project.

Fort Snelling Bridge (1st) (Ramsey County, Minnesota)
Built 1880, Replaced 1909
Lost Deck truss bridge over Mississippi River on Fort Snelling Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Fort Snelling Bridge (2nd) (Ramsey County, Minnesota)
(Main design: Steel arch)
Built 1909, Replaced 1961
Lost Steel arch bridge over Mississippi River on Fort Snelling Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Fort Spokane Bridge (Lincoln County, Washington)
Built 1941
Through truss bridge over Spokane River on WA 25 at Miles
Open to traffic

Fort Street Bridge (Chippewa County, Michigan)
Built in 1900 by New Castle Bridge Company, currently dismantled for reuse.
Dismantled through truss bridge in Sault Ste. Marie
Dismantled and stored for reuse

Fort Street Bridge (1921) (Wayne County, Michigan)
Built 1921 ; replaced 1926
Through truss bridge over Rouge River on Fort Street


Fort Walton Beach Bridge (Okaloosa County, Florida)
Through truss bridge over Pensacola/ Chico Bay on State Route 85 Fort Walton Beach Road
No longer exists

Fort Winchester Bridge (Defiance County, Ohio)
Replaced 1937
Lost Whipple through truss bridge over Auglaize River on 2nd Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Fortune Street Bridge (Old) (Hillsborough County, Florida)
Built 1892; Replaced 1926
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Hillsborough River on Fortune Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Forty Wink Creek Bridge (Switzerland County, Indiana)
Built ca.1907
Pony truss bridge over Forty Wink Creek on Henderson Road
Unknown status

Fosnaugh Bridge (Fairfield County, Ohio)
Built 1891 by the Hocking Valley Bridge Works
Lost pony truss bridge over Scippo Creek on Fosnaugh Road (TR 128) south of Stoutsville
No longer exists

Foss River Road Bridge (King County, Washington)
Built 1951
Pony truss bridge over Foss River on Foss River Road
Open to traffic

Foster Branch Sugar Run Bridge (Bradford County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1907 by the Montour Steel Co., rehabilitated 1990
Pony truss bridge over Foster Branch Sugar Run on TR 422
Open to traffic

Foster Bridge (Washtenaw County, Michigan)
Built 1876; rehabilitated 2003
Through truss bridge over Huron River on Maple Road
Open to traffic

Foster Bridge (1914) (Warren County, Ohio)
Built 1914; Replaced 1989
Lost Parker through truss bridge over Little Miami River on Old 3C Highway
Replaced by new bridge

Foster Bridge (Pre 1914) (Warren County, Ohio)
Lost 1913; replaced 1914
Lost covered through truss bridge over Little Miami River on Old 3C Highway
Replaced by a new bridge

Foster Road Bridge (1910) (Fountain County, Indiana)
Built 1910; Replaced 2009
Lost Warren through truss bridge over North Fork Coal Creek on Foster Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Foundary Bridge (Hunterdon County, New Jersey)
Lost Pratt pony truss bridge over South Branch, Raritan River
Replaced by a new bridge

Foundry Road Bridge (Orange County, Vermont)
Built 1889 by Vermont Construction Co., rehabilitated 2010
Warren pony truss bridge over First Branch White River on C3025 in Tunbridge
Open to traffic

Fountain Avenue Bridge (Clark County, Ohio)
Lost Deck truss bridge over Buck Creek on Fountain Avenue
Replaced by a new bridge

Fountain City Bridge (Jefferson County, Missouri)
Built 1926; replaced 2007
Lost through truss bridge over Joachim Creek on Fountain City Road (old Missouri State Highway 110) in De Soto, Mo.
Replaced by UCEB

Fountain Creek 1900E Bridge (Iroquois County, Illinois)
Built 1903
Lost through truss bridge over Fountain Creek on 1900E Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Fountain Creek Bridge (Iroquois County, Illinois)
Built 1890
Pony truss bridge over Fountain Creek on CR100N
Replaced by a new bridge

Fountain Creek Bridge (St. Louis County, Missouri)
Replaced 1999
Lost pony truss bridge over Fountain Creek on Saint Denis Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Fountain Dale Bridge (Jackson County, Iowa)
Built 1902
Through truss bridge over Brush Creek on 261st Avenue
Open to pedestrians only

Fountain Island Bridge (Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin)
Built ca. 1870 in unknown location; Moved to Lakeside Park ca. 1926; bridge replaced and trusses moved to static display ca. 2017.
Bowstring pony truss bridge over Lakeside Creek on Pedestrian Walkway in Fond du Lac
Open to pedestrians as truss exhibits

Fountain Park Bridge (Jasper County, Indiana)
Likely one of two bridges built by the Ohio Bridge Company under an 1871 contract.
Bowstring pony truss bridge over Carpenter Creek on County Road 630 West
Quite possibly the bridge that now resides at Potawatomi Park in Rensselaer.

Fountain Street Bridge (1960) (Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1960, replacing an 1885 bridge.
Pony truss bridge over Manayunk Canal on Fountain Street in Philadelphia
Open to traffic

Four Bears Bridge (Mountrail County, North Dakota)
(Main design: Through truss)
Built 1954; replaced 2005
Lost cantilevered through and deck truss bridge over Lake Sakakawea (Missouri River) on ND 23 near New Town
Replaced by modern concrete deck girder bridge

Four Bears Bridge (Original) (Mercer County, North Dakota)
Built 1934; Garrison Dam built 1943 and flooded Fort Berthold Indian Reservation to create Lake Sakakawea; Main span moved and installed on the new Four Bear Bridge location 1955
Lost Through truss bridge over Missouri River on ND 8
No longer exists

Four Corners Bridge (Haakon County, South Dakota)
Built 1930
Through truss bridge over Cheyenne River on Four Corners Road
Open to traffic

Four Mile Bridge (Hot Springs County, Wyoming)
Built 1927-28; replaced 1992
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Big Horn River on WY 173
Replaced by new bridge

Four Mile Bridge (Routt County, Colorado)
Built 1900 by the Wrought Iron Bridge Co.; replaced 1989
Relocated Pratt through truss bridge originally over Elk River on CR 42. Truss moved to hill overlooking US 40 when the bridge was replaced in 1989.
Truss resting on a hill overlooking US 40

Four Mile Bridge (Chaffee County, Colorado)
Built 1909 by the Pueblo Bridge Co.; replaced 1987
Lost bedstead truss bridge over Arkansas River on CR 371 north of Buena Vista
Replaced by modern bridge

Four Mile Bridge (Rock County, Wisconsin)
Lost Through truss bridge over Rock River on US 14
Collapsed. Replaced by new bridge.

Four Mile Creek Bridge (Greene County, Indiana)
Built 1915
Pony truss bridge over Four Mile Creek on CR 400 South
Open to traffic

Four Mile Creek Bridge (Lincoln County, Oklahoma)
Built ca. 1920
Pony truss bridge over Four Mile Creek on E0840
Open to traffic

Four Mile Creek Bridge (Ottawa County, Oklahoma)
Built ca. 1930
Pony truss bridge over Four Mile Creek on E0010
Replaced by a new bridge