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8th Street Bridge (Clinton County, Pennsylvania)
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over West Branch Susquehanna River on 8th Street
Replaced by a new bridge

AMTK - Susquehanna River Bridge (Harford County, Maryland)
Built 1904-06
Through and deck truss bridge with swing spans over Susquehanna River on Amtrak between Harvre de Grace and Perryville
Open to rail 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

Athens Bridge (1914) (Bradford County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1914; 2 of three spans destroyed 1916; One span used in replacement bridge.
Lost Through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Front Street in Athens.
Destroyed by flooding and replaced

Athens Bridge (1916) (Bradford County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1916 reusing one span from 1914; rehabilitated 1953; replaced 2005
Lost through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on PA1056
Replaced by a new bridge

Bainbridge Street Bridge (Old) (Snyder County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1928, demolished 1986-87
Lost Pony/through plate girder bridge over Susquehanna River on Bainbridge Street (and Sunbury & Selinsgrove Electric Ry. 1928-1934)
Replaced by new bridge

Berwick Bridge (Columbia County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1907; replaced 1982
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Market Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Berwick Bridge (Columbia County, Pennsylvania)
Stringer bridge over N. BR. SUSQUEHANNA RIVER on SR 0093
Open to traffic

Berwick Covered Bridge (Columbia County, Pennsylvania)
Lost Burr Arch truss covered bridge over Susquehanna River on road
Replaced by a new bridge (in a different location 1200' downstream)

BO - Susquehanna River Bridge (Harford County, Maryland)
Built 1886 for Baltimore & Ohio Railroad; Replaced in stages 1907-10; 377-foot span collapsed during ongoing span replacement project Sept. 23, 1908.
Lost Bridge over Susquehanna River on Baltimore & Ohio Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

Bridge Street Bridge (Otsego County, New York)
Lost Parker through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Bridge Street
Removed but not replaced

CACV - Susquehanna River Bridge #1 (Otsego County, New York)
Built 1904
Lattice through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad
Open to traffic

CACV - Susquehanna River Bridge #2 (Otsego County, New York)
Lattice through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad
Open to traffic

CACV - Susquehanna River Bridge #3 (Otsego County, New York)
Built 1896
Lattice through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad
Open to traffic

Camelback Covered Bridge (Dauphin County, Pennsylvania)
Built between 1812 and 1817. Eastern half removed 1902, Western half removed 1903
Lost Burr arch-truss bridge over Susquahana River on Market Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Carey Avenue Bridge (1895) (Luzerne County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1895; Replaced 1948
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Carey Avenue
Replaced by a new bridge

Carey Avenue Bridge (1948) (Luzerne County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1948; Replaced 2002
Lost Polygonal Warren through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Sr 2005 Carey Avenue
Replaced by a new bridge

Catawissa Bridge (1833) (Columbia County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1833; repaired 1837 after 5 spans washed out by flood; destroyed by flooding 1875
Lost Through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Main Street
Destroyed by flooding

Catawissa Bridge (1875) (Columbia County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1875 to replace a previous covered bridge; destroyed by severe storm on September 30, 1896
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Main Street
Destroyed by severe weather

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

Chapel Street Bridge (Old) (Broome County, New York)
Replaced 1935
Lost Warren through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Chapel Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Chapel Street Susquehanna River Bridge (Broome County, New York)
Built 1935; rehabilitated 1992
Through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on CR 28 (Chapel Street) in Windsor
Open to traffic

CNYK - Susquehanna River Bridge (Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania)
Through truss bridges over Susquehanna River on Central New York Railroad
Open to traffic

Colliersville Covered Bridge (Otsego County, New York)
Lost Town lattice truss covered bridge over Susquehanna River on Main Street
Replaced by a new bridge

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

Columbia-Wrightsville Bridge (1868) (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1868
Lost covered truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Pennsylvania RR and road
Destroyed by Cedar Keys Hurricane in 1896

Constitution Bridge (Clinton County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1939; demolished July 27, 1998 and replaced
Lost open-spandrel arch bridge over Susquehanna River on Route 150
Replaced by new bridge

County Bridge (Bradford County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1914; opened August 25, 1914; replaced 1986
Lost Parker through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Bridge Street US 6
Replaced by a new bridge

Court Street Bridge (1893) (Tioga County, New York)
Built 1893; replaced 1933
Lost Camelback through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Court Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Court Street Bridge (1933) (Tioga County, New York)
Built 1933; rehabilitated 1973; replaced 2003 by a modern deck truss bridge
Lost through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Court Street
Replaced by a new bridge

CP - Plains Bridge (Luzerne County, Pennsylvania)
Warren deck truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Canadian Pacific Railway
Open to traffic

CR - West Branch Susquehanna River Bridge (Lycoming County, Pennsylvania)
Abandoned deck plate girder bridge over West Branch Susquehanna River on Conrail (abandoned)
Derelict/abandoned

CSX - Susquehanna River Bridge (Harford County, Maryland)
Built 1907-09 by Baltimore & Ohio RR as double-track bridge and opened January 6, 1910, later single-tracked
Through and deck truss bridge over Susquehanna on CSX Railroad
Open to traffic

Cumberland Valley Railroad Bridge (1916) (Dauphin County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1916
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Susquehanna River on former CRVV
Line abandoned and tracks removed in1980s

CVRR - Susquehanna River Bridge (1886) (Dauphin County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1886; replaced 1916
Lost Deck truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Cumberland Valley Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

CVRR - Susquehanna River Covered Bridge (1839) (Dauphin County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1839; destroyed by fire 1844
Lost Town lattice truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Cumberland Valley Railroad
Destroyed by fire

CVRR - Susquehanna River Covered Bridge (1855) (Dauphin County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1855; destroyed by flood 1877
Lost Deck truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Cumberland Valley Railroad
Destroyed by flooding

Danville Bridge (Montour County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1904; rehabilitated 1955; Replaced 2000
Lost Parker Through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on TR 54
Replaced by a new bridge

Depot Bridge (Luzerne County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1874 by the Depot Bridge Co.; one span destroyed by ice March 17, 1875; replaced 1914
Lost Post through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Water Street
No longer exists

DH - Susquehanna River Bridge (Broome County, New York)
Built 1908, Abutments dated 1920
Abandoned through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Delaware & Hudson RR
Derelict/abandoned

DH - Susquehanna River Bridge - Colliersville (Otsego County, New York)
Lost Through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on D&H RR
Replaced by a new bridge

DLW - Susquehanna River Bridge (Luzerne County, Pennsylvania)
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on DL&W RR
Removed but not replaced

East Lockhart Street Bridge (Bradford County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1902; replaced 1987
Lost Parker through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on East Lockhart Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Eighth Street Bridge (Luzerne County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1914; replaced 2011
Lost Parker through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on PA 1021 (Eighth Street) in West Wyoming
Demolished and replaced.

Erie - Susquehanna Bridge (Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania)
Built in the early 1870s (probably 1871) replaced as trains got heavier.
Lost Post through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Erie Railroad
Superstructure replaced

Exchange Street Bridge (Broome County, New York)
Built 1901; rehabilitated 1989
Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Exchange Street in Binghamton
Open to traffic

Exchange Street Bridge (Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1933; replaced 1995
Lost Parker through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Exchange Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Exchange Street Bridge (Old) (Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania)
Lost Baltimore through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Exchange Street
Replaced by a new bridge

George N. Wade Memorial Bridge (Dauphin County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1973
Girder bridge over Susquehanna River on Interstate 81 (Capital Beltway)
Open to traffic

Hallstead Bridge (Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania)
Lost Through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on US 11
Replaced by a new bridge

Harvey Taylor Bridge (Dauphin County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1951; rehabilitated 2003
Girder bridge over Us 11 & 15;Susquehanna R on Sr 3016 (Forester St.); Harv Tayl
Open to traffic

Hemlock Road Bridge (Otsego County, New York)
Built 1901; rehabilitated 1993
Pony truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Hemlock Road
Open to traffic

James Street - Susquehanna River Bridge (Pre 1972) (Bradford County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1908; destroyed by Hurricane Agnes in 1972
Lost Baltimore deck truss bridge over Susquehanna River on James Street in North Towanda
Replaced by a new bridge

Jay Street Bridge (Clinton County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1919; Replaced 1986
Lost Parker through truss bridge over West Branch Susquehanna River on Jay Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Jay Street Covered Bridge (Clinton County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1852
Lost Town lattice truss covered bridge over West Branch Susquehanna River on Jay Street
Destroyed by fire in 1919

Jersey Shore Bridge (Pre 1908) (Lycoming County, Pennsylvania)
Built either 1889 or 1894; heavily damaged by flood 1908 and replaced
Lost Baltimore through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on PA-44
Destroyed by flooding

Jersey Shore Bridge (Pre 1933) (Lycoming County, Pennsylvania)
Lost Baltimore through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on SR 44
Replaced by a new bridge

Jersey Shore East Channel of Susquehanna River Bridge (Pre1986) (Lycoming County, Pennsylvania)
Replaced 1986
Lost Through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on PA-44
Replaced by a new bridge

Laceyville Bridge (Wyoming County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1899; damaged 1972 by Hurricane Agnes; replaced 1974
Lost Baltimore through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Church Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Lewisburg Susquehanna River Bridge (Union County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1910; demolished 1987
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over West Branch Susquehanna River on PA 45
Replaced by a new bridge 1987-88

Lewisburg Susquehanna River Covered Bridge (Union County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1818 for Lewisburg Bridge Co. by Reuben Fields; washed away March 17, 1865
Lost Burr arch-truss bridge over West Branch Susquehanna River on road
Replaced by a new bridge

Lewisburg Susquehanna River Covered Railroad Bridge (Union County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1865-68 as joint railroad/road bridge; 5 spans washed away June 1, 1889 and replaced; three spans destroyed in flood of May 21, 1894 and rebuilt; replaced 1912 with new railroad bridge
Lost Bridge over Susquehanna River between Lewisburg and Montandon
Replaced by a new bridge

Lincoln Highway Columbia-Wrightsville Bridge (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1929; rehabilitated 1988
Open-spandrel arch bridge over Susquehanna River on PA 462 (Old Lincoln Highway) between Columbia and York Counties
Open to traffic

Lower Bridge (Otsego County, New York)
Lost Through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on road
Removed but not replaced

LSX - Susquehanna River Bridge (Luzerne County, Pennsylvania)
Pratt through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Luzerne and Susquehanna Railway Company
Open to traffic

Lumber City Covered Bridge (Clearfield County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1850
Lost Town lattice truss bridge over West Branch Susquehanna River on SR 729
Replaced by a new bridge

LV - Port Bowkley Bridge (Luzerne County, Pennsylvania)
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Lehigh Valley RR
Removed but not replaced

LV - Towanda Bridge (1877) (Bradford County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1877, Replaced 1906
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Lehigh Valley Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

LVRR - West Branch Susquehanna River Bridge (Lycoming County, Pennsylvania)
Deck plate girder bridge over West Branch Susquehanna River on Lycoming Valley RR
Open to traffic

Main Street Bridge (Delaware County, New York)
Built 1936 by the American Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 1969
Pony truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Main Street in Sidney
Open to traffic

Main Street Covered Bridge (Otsego County, New York)
Lost Through truss covered bridge over Susquehanna River on Main Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Market Street Bridge (Dauphin County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1928
Sixteen-span concrete arch bridge over East Channel Susquehanna River on Market Street (PA 3012) in Harrisburg
Open to traffic

Market Street Bridge (1818) (Luzerne County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1816-1818 by Wernwag & Powell; repaired 1819 and 1824; replaced by steel truss bridge 1892
Lost Wernwag through truss bridge over North Branch Susquehanna River on Market Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Market Street Bridge (1885) (Lycoming County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1885 destroyed 1889
Lost Lenticular through truss bridge over West Branch Susquehanna River on Market Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Market Street Bridge (1889) (Lycoming County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1889 reusing parts from predecessor bridge; Destroyed by flooding 1891
Lost Lenticular through truss bridge over West Branch Susquehanna River on Market Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Market Street Bridge (1892) (Luzerne County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1892; replaced 1926
Lost Parker through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Market Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Market Street Bridge (1894) (Lycoming County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1894; Demolished 1949
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over West Branch Susquehanna River on Market Street & Interurban
Replaced by a new bridge

Market Street Bridge (1929) (Luzerne County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1926-29; rehabilitated 1986
Open-spandrel arch bridge over Susquehanna River on PA 1009 (Market Street) in Wilkes-Barre
Open to traffic

Market Street Bridge (1951) (Lycoming County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1951; Replaced 2007
Lost Steel stringer bridge over West Branch Susquehanna River on US 15
Replaced by a new bridge

Market Street Bridge (Old) (Clearfield County, Pennsylvania)
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over West Branch Susquehanna River on Market Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Market Street Bridge (West) (Dauphin County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1928; rehabilitated 1962
Beam bridge over Susquehanna River (West) on Sr 3012,West Spans
Open to traffic

Marysville Railroad Covered Bridge 38-22-27x / 38-50-42x (Perry County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1858, superstructure removed in 1884 with only the piers remaining
Lost bridge over Susquehanna River on Northern Central Railway
Lost

Mifflinville Bridge (Columbia County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1907 to replace a bridge lost in 1903; mostly destroyed by flood December 10, 1907; rehabilitated 1954; replaced 1994
Lost Parker through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Market Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Millard E. Tydings Memorial Bridge (Harford County, Maryland)
Built 1962; Rehabilitated 1988
Deck truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Interstate 95 between Havre de Grace and Perryville
Open to traffic

Milton Bridge (1895) (Northumberland County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1895 replaced between 1922 and 1925.
Lost Bridge over Susquehanna River on Mahoning Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Milton Bridge (1st covered bridge at Milton, PA over Susquehanna River) (Northumberland County, Pennsylvania)
Built in the 1823; Middle section washed out and replaced in 1847; Lost to major flood March 17, 1865
Lost Bridge over Susquehanna River on Mahoning Street
Destroyed by flooding

Muncy Susquehanna River Bridge (Old) (Lycoming County, Pennsylvania)
Lost Baltimore through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on W Water Street
Replaced by a new bridge

North Street Bridge (Luzerne County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1888; appears to have been later strengthened with piers at the midpoint of the trusses
Lost Whipple through truss bridge over North Branch Susquehanna River on North Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Northumberland Bridge (Northumberland County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1904; replaced 1988
Lost Parker through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Bridge Avenue
Replaced by a new bridge

Northumberland PA Susquehanna West Branch Covered Bridge (Northumberland County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1824; destroyed by fire in 1923
Lost covered bridge over West Branch Susquehanna River
Destroyed by fire in 1923

Northumberland-Sunbury East Channel Bridge (1846) (Northumberland County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1846; destroyed by flood March 17, 1875
Lost Burr arch-truss bridge over East Branch Susquehanna River (East Channel) on PA-147
Destroyed by flooding

Northumberland-Sunbury West Channel Bridge (1813) (Northumberland County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1812-1813 by Theodore Burr; destroyed by flood 1839
Lost Burr arch-truss bridge over East Branch Susquehanna River (West Channel) on King Street
Destroyed by flooding

Northumberland-Sunbury West Channel Bridge (1839) (Northumberland County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1839; one span destroyed by flood March 17, 1875; whole bridge destroyed by flood March 9, 1904
Lost Burr arch-truss bridge over East Branch Susquehanna River (West Channel) on King Street
Destroyed by flooding

Northumberland-Sunbury West Channel Bridge (1904) (Northumberland County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1904; replaced 1988
Lost Parker through truss bridge over East Branch Susquehanna River (West Channel) on PA-147
Replaced by a new bridge

NS (DLW) - Susquehanna River Bridge (Broome County, New York)
Lattice through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Norfolk Southern Railroad
Open to traffic

NS - Harrisburg Susquehanna River Bridge (Dauphin County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1924, later lengthened with additional spans
Bridge over Susquehanna River on Norfolk Southern Railway
Open to traffic

NS - Milton Bridge (Union County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1915/1916
Bridge over Susquehanna River on Union County Industrial Railroad
Open to traffic

NS - Packers Island Bridge (Northumberland County, Pennsylvania)
Through truss bridge over Susquehanna River on Norfolk Southern Railroad
Open to traffic

NS - Rockville Bridge (Dauphin County, Pennsylvania)
Longest stone masonry arch railroad viaduct in the world, this is the third bridge to be built at this location completed on March 30, 1902
Masonry stone arch viaduct over Susquehanna River on Norfolk Southern Railway
Open to traffic