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347th Street Overpass (Dallas County, Iowa)
Built 1940; rehabilitated 1964
Timber stringer bridge over Railroad (IAIS) on 347th Street
Open to traffic

Athens Bridge (1841) (Bradford County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1841; possibly replaced 1914
Lost Burr through truss covered bridge over Susquehanna River on Front Street
No longer exists

Avenue D Swing Bridge (1889) (Snohomish County, Washington)
Built 1889-1891; Replaced 1911
Lost Truss bridge over Snohomish River
Replaced by a new bridge

Black Brook Bridge (Essex County, New York)
Built 1932; rehabilitated 1997
Slab bridge over Black Brook on Ensign Pond Road
Open to traffic

Bridge Street Bridge? (Somerset County, Maine)
Lost Kingpost pony truss bridge over Kennebec River on Bridge Street
No longer exists

Bridge Street East Channel Bridge (1848) (Somerset County, Maine)
Built 1848; destroyed March 1896 by flood and replaced
Lost Through truss bridge over Kennebec River on Bridge Street
Destroyed by flooding and replaced by a new bridge

Bridge Street Middle Channel Bridge (1848) (Somerset County, Maine)
Built 1848; replaced ca.1893-1894 by metal truss bridge
Lost Through truss bridge over Kennebec River on Bridge Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Bridge Street West Channel Bridge (1848) (Somerset County, Maine)
Built ca.1848; replaced 1887 by lenticular truss bridge
Lost Truss bridge over Kennebec River on Bridge Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Broad Ford Bridge (1853) (Miami County, Ohio)
Built 1853; arches added 1869
Lost Multiple Kingpost through truss bridge over Great Miami River on Springfield-Troy Road (currently OH-41)
Replaced by a new bridge

Buck Creek Culvert (Gibson County, Indiana)
Wooden culvert bridge beneath Wabash and Erie Canal on Buck Creek
In use

C&MV - Scioto River Bridge (1882) (Pickaway County, Ohio)
Built 1882 to replace a previous covered bridge; burned July 30, 1897
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Scioto River on Cincinnati & Muskingum Valley Railroad
Destroyed by fire

Castle Hill Road Bridge (Hillsborough County, New Hampshire)
Built 1920; rehabilitated 1973; closed indefinitely after damage from flooding in 2006; collapsed under weight of a blizzard in 2017
Wooden bridge over Beaver Brook on Castle Hill Road in Pelham
Destroyed by severe weather

Cheshire - Connecticut River Covered Bridge 45-13-55x / 29-03-23x (Windham County, Vermont)
Built 1849; Replaced 1899
Lost Burr arch-truss bridge over Connecticut River on Chesire Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

Clinton Street Bridge (1836) (Defiance County, Ohio)
Built 1836; seems to have been destroyed by ice and high water several times in the ensuing years
Lost Bridge over Maumee River on Clinton Street
Destroyed by flooding

Columbia-Wrightsville Bridge (1814) (York County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1812-1814 by Jonathan Wolcott; completed December 5, 1814; destroyed February 5, 1832 by high water and ice
Lost Burr arch-truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Bridge Street?
Destroyed by flooding

Columbia-Wrightsville Bridge (1832) (York County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1832-1834 by James Moore and John Evans; opened July 8, 1834; burned by Union troops on June 28, 1863 as part of the Gettysburg campaign
Lost Burr arch-truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Bridge Street
Destroyed by fire

Coteville Road Bridge (Rockingham County, New Hampshire)
Built 1942
Abandoned timber stringer bridge over Derry Rail-Trail on Coteville Road
Closed to all traffic with "Keep Off Bridge" signs posted

Court Avenue Bridge (1st) (Polk County, Iowa)
Built 1858, Destroyed 1869
Lost Through truss bridge over Des Moines River on Court Avenue
Replaced by a new bridge

CP&I - Great Miami River Bridge (1854) (Miami County, Ohio)
Built 1852-54; destroyed by flood 1866
Lost covered through truss bridge over Great Miami River on Columbus, Piqua & Indiana Railroad
Destroyed by flooding

CP&I - Great Miami River Bridge (1866) (Miami County, Ohio)
Built 1866; covered top removed 1876; replaced 1877-78
Lost covered through truss bridge over Great Miami River on Columbus, Piqua & Indiana Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

CP&I - Great Miami River Bridge (1878) (Miami County, Ohio)
Built 1877-78; replaced 1888
Lost Through truss bridge over Great Miami River on Columbus, Piqua & Indiana Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

Dinkey Historical Bridge (Fresno County, California)
Built 1938
Bowstring through truss bridge over Dinkey Creek on an access road in the Dinkey Creek Recreation Area
Open to pedestrians only

Gageville Covered Bridge 45-13-14x (Windham County, Vermont)
Bridge has been replaced by a UCEB as of 2020.
Lost Through truss covered bridge over Saxtons River on Covered Bridge Road in Gageville.
Destroyed by arson in 1967; replaced by UCEB.

Gardiner-Randolph Bridge (1853) (Kennebec County, Maine)
Built 1850 or 1853 by Stephen Young as four Howe truss spans and one pivot span; two Howe trusses washed out March 2, 1896 and replaced by steel; draw span replaced soon after; last two covered spans replaced 1926
Lost Howe swing pony truss and Howe through truss bridge over Kennebec River on ME-27
Destroyed by flooding

Governors Island Bridge (Rockingham County, New Hampshire)
Built circa 1920
Timber stringer bridge over Island Pond Inlet in Hampstead
Closed to all traffic and gated with No Trespassing signs

High Island Bridge (Bronx County, New York)
Wooden Queenpost deck truss bridge with steel plate girder span over Eastchester Bay on Pedestrian Walkway
Open to pedestrians only

Hiram Bridge 19-09-22x (Oxford County, Maine)
Built 1859; repaired 1884; replaced 1928
Lost Paddleford through truss bridge over Saco River on ME-113
Replaced by a new bridge

Holmes-Larabee Low Water Crossing (Humboldt County, California)
Built 1937; Acquired by County 1959; rehabilitated 1999; closed by CalTrans; borrowed Bailey Bridge in place 2014; low-water crossing/bridge repair project completed 2016
Timber stringer bridge over Eel River on Holmes Flat Road
Open to traffic

Howe Bridge (Hillsborough County, New Hampshire)
Built 1937; rehabilitated 2003
Timber stringer bridge over South Branch Piscataquog River on Parker Road
Open to traffic

Huntersville Bridge (1820) (Miami County, Ohio)
Built 1820 by Charles Hilliard; replaced 1832
Lost Timber stringer bridge over Great Miami River on East Main Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Huntersville Bridge (1832) (Miami County, Ohio)
Built 1832; washed out by flood 1847
Lost Timber stringer bridge over Great Miami River on East Main Street
Destroyed by flooding

Huntersville Bridge (1848) (Miami County, Ohio)
Built 1848 by Jacob Gray; replaced 1855
Lost Through truss bridge over Great Miami River on East Main Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Huntersville Bridge (1854) (Miami County, Ohio)
Built 1853 or 1854 by Thatcher, Burt & Co.; replaced 1886
Lost covered through truss bridge over Great Miami River on East Main Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Jay Bridge (S) (1835) (Franklin County, Maine)
Built 1835; Replaced 1914
Lost cable-stayed pony & arch bridge over West Channel Androscoggin River on Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Kent Park Wood Truss (Johnson County, Iowa)
Warren pony truss bridge over Pond Drainage on Kent Park Path
Open to pedestrians only

Lomond Street Bridge (Santa Cruz County, California)
Lost Bridge over San Lorenzo River on Lomond St
No longer exists

LS&MS - Sandusky River Bridge (pre-1883) (Sandusky County, Ohio)
Built 1868 by McNairy & Claflen Co.; collapsed 1883 under train during ice jam/flood, resulting in two deaths
Lost Howe deck truss bridge over Sandusky River on Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railroad
Destroyed by flooding

Marques Road Bridge (Orleans Parish, Louisiana)
Bridge over Marquez Canal on Marques Road
Open to traffic

Marquette Park Suspension Bridge (Lake County, Indiana)
Wire suspension bridge with timber deck over Park Lagoon on Pedestrian Walkway
Open to pedestrians only

Marysville Pike Bridge (Old) (Delaware County, Ohio)
Built 1856 by E.B. Gray; replaced 1864
Lost Burr arch-truss bridge over Scioto River on Marysville Pike (current route of US 36)
Replaced by a new bridge

Middle Bridge (1838) (Miami County, Ohio)
Built 1838; partially collapsed under elephant 1846; replaced 1867
Lost Truss bridge over Great Miami River on Urbana and Greenville State Road (Current US 36)
Replaced by a new bridge

Middle Bridge (1867) (Miami County, Ohio)
Built 1867-68; replaced 1895
Lost covered through truss bridge over Great Miami River on Ash Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Mill Street Bridge (Fountain County, Indiana)
Built 1861; destroyed by tornado 1886 and replaced by a new bridge
Lost covered through truss bridge over Wabash River on Mill Street
Destroyed by severe weather

MILW - Granger High Bridge (1881) (Dallas County, Iowa)
Built 1881; Replaced ca 1893
Pratt deck truss bridge over Des Moines River on Railroad (MILW)
Removed

Moeckel Road Bridge (Hillsborough County, New Hampshire)
Built 1920; rehabilitated 1982; closed following flood damage 2006
Wooden bridge over Golden Brook on Moeckel Road on the Pelham/Windham Town Line
Technically closed to all traffic but accessible by pedestrians

New Baltimore Bridge (1860's) (Hamilton County, Ohio)
Burned by Confederate cavalry raiders under the command of General Morgan in 1863
Lost Through truss bridge over Great Miami River on Blue Rock Road
Destroyed by fire

New Baltimore Bridge (1865) (Hamilton County, Ohio)
Built 1865; replaced 1884 or 1902
Through truss bridge over Great Miami River on Blue Rock Road
Replaced by a new bridge

North Bridge (Middlesex County, Massachusetts)
First bridge built ca 1760; site of Battle of Concord 1775; demolished 1788; rebuilt 1875, 1889, 1909, 1956; rehabilitated 2005
Historic timber stringer bridge over Concord River on Old Groton Road (pedestrian path)
Open to pedestrians

North River Bridge (Rockingham County, New Hampshire)
Built 1912; bypassed and abandoned 1964; destroyed by ice storm 1998
Lost wooden bridge over North River on North River Road (old alignment)
Destroyed by ice storm in 1998

Old Humpback Bridge (Clay County, Iowa)
Lost Bridge over Railroad on 230th Avenue
No longer exists

Prospect Bridge (1867) (Marion County, Ohio)
Built 1867 by John Shrake
Lost Multiple Kingpost through truss bridge over Scioto River on Water Street
Replaced by a new bridge

PRR - Rockville Bridge (First) (Dauphin County, Pennsylvania)
Rockville Bridge completed over Susquehanna River north of Harrisburg; 3,681-foot timber Howe deck truss of 23 spans reinforced with Burr trusses on the outside faces; built by Daniel Stone at a cost of $170,000.
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Pennsylvania RR
Replaced by a new bridge

Rockport Marine Park Footbridge (Knox County, Maine)
Pratt pony truss bridge over Goose River on Pedestrian Pathway
Open to pedestrians only

Rossville Bridge (1832) (Miami County, Ohio)
Built 1832 by Joseph Johns; replaced 1839
Lost Bridge over Great Miami River on North Main Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Rossville Bridge (1839) (Miami County, Ohio)
Built 1839; destroyed by flood 1847
Lost Truss bridge over Great Miami River on North Main Street
Destroyed by flooding

Rossville Bridge (1848) (Miami County, Ohio)
Built 1847-48; covered soon after; replaced 1855
Lost Through truss bridge over Great Miami River on North Main Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Sherman's Bridge (Middlesex County, Massachusetts)
Built 1992
Timber stringer bridge over Sudbury River on Lincoln Road
Open to traffic

SOO - Camden Place Bridge (Hennepin County, Minnesota)
Built ca. 1886; Replaced 1905
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Mississippi River on Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

South 3rd Avenue Overpass (Story County, Iowa)
Abandoned bridge over Trail on South 3rd Avenue
Abandoned

Stratford Bridge (Old) (Delaware County, Ohio)
Built 1852 by David T. Sherman; destroyed in 1913 flood
Lost Long through truss bridge over Olentangy River on Columbus Pike (now US 23)
Destroyed by flooding

Sugar River High Street Bridge (Sullivan County, New Hampshire)
Built 1920 Recon 2003
Wooden Slab bridge over Sugar River on High St
Open to traffic

Tanneyhill Covered Bridge (Bartholomew County, Indiana)
Bulit 1870; Lost 1965
Lost Howe through truss over Driftwood River on Tannehill Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Tindall Bridge (Old) (Sandusky County, Ohio)
Built 1864; lost 1913; replaced 1915
Lost Through truss bridge over Sandusky River on Rice Road
Replaced by a new bridge

TW&W - Wabash & Erie Canal Bridge (Fountain County, Indiana)
Built ca.1858
Lost Through truss bridge over Wabash & Erie Canal on Toledo, Wabash & Western Railroad
No longer exists

TW&W - Wabash River Bridge (Fountain County, Indiana)
Built 1858; replaced 1880
Lost through truss bridge over Wabash River on Toledo, Wabash & Western Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

Vale Reservation Causeway (Essex County, Massachusetts)
Timber stringer bridge over Wetlands on Vale Reservation Trail
Open to pedestrians

Vale Reservation Footbridge (Essex County, Massachusetts)
Howe pony truss bridge over Shawsheen River on Vale Reservation Trail
Open to pedestrians

Walter F. Ehrnfelt Covered Bridge (Cuyahoga County, Ohio)
Built 1983
Faux covered timber stringer bridge over East Branch Rocky River on Whitney Road
Open to traffic with a weight limit

WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca Bridge (Monterey County, California)
Modern Polygonal Warren through truss bridge over WeatherTech Raceway on Pedestrian Pathway
Open to pedestrians only

West Main Street Bridge (Old) (Portage County, Ohio)
Built 1837 as a single-span bridge; later converted to a double-span bridge; replaced 1877
Lost Burr arch-truss bridge over Cuyahoga River on West Main Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Weston Covered Bridge 19-09-15x (Oxford County, Maine)
Built 1843
Lost Paddleford truss bridge over Saco River on River Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Willow Creek Bridge (Matanuska-Susitna Borough, Alaska)
Bypassed 1975
Abandoned double-intersection Warren through truss bridge over Willow Creek on Former Hatcher Pass Road
Derelict/abandoned

Windham Rail-Trail Bridge (Rockingham County, New Hampshire)
Likely modern construction as part of rail-trail but parts may be original to railroad
Warren pony truss with no verticals bridge over Tributary of Flatrock Brook on Windham Rail-Trail (former B&M Railroad)
Open to pedestrians only