Built 1849

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8th Street Covered Bridge (Bartholomew County, Indiana)
Built in 1849; removed in 1926
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Flatrock River on 8th Street (Old Indianapolis Road)
No longer exists-Current bridge connects 11th Street to the Old Indianapolis Road

Armstrong Covered Bridge 35-30-12 (Guernsey County, Ohio)
Built 1849; relocated 1966
Covered bridge over an unnamed creek at the City Park in Cambridge
Open to pedestrians only

Chaumont River Bridge (1849) (Jefferson County, New York)
Built 1849
Bridge over Chaumont River on Main Street
Replaced by a new bridge

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

Colbert Ferry (1849) (Bryan County, Oklahoma)
Originally in service from 1849 to 1873 when a bridge replaced int. in service after that bridge was destroyed from 1873-1892 when another bridge was built. In service from 1908 when that bridge was destroyed by a flood until 1915.
Lost Ferry across Red River of the South
"Out Of Service"

Cooley Covered Bridge 45-11-07 (Rutland County, Vermont)
Built in 1849 by Nichols Powers; rehabilitated 2004
Covered Town lattice through truss bridge over Furnace Brook on C3013 in Pittsford
Open to one lane traffic

Erie Canal Seneca River Aqueduct (Cayuga County, New York)
Built 1849 ; Majority removed 1917
Lost Stone arch bridge over Seneca River on Erie Canal

Fountain Creek Bridge (Monroe County, Illinois)
Built 1849 by Herman Garleb; made obsolete by new bridge in 1927
Stone arch bridge over Fountain Creek just south of IL 156, west of Waterloo
Open to pedestrians only

Frew Mill Road Bridge (Older) (Lawrence County, Pennsylvania)
Lost Through truss bridge over Slippery rock Creek on Frew Mill Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Hop River State Park Trail -Tunnel Road Overpass (Tolland County, Connecticut)
Built 1849
Stone arch bridge over Tunnel Road on Hop River State Park Trail in Vernon
Open to traffic

Lees Bridge (Chester County, Pennsylvania)
Lost Through truss covered bridge over Octoraro Creek on Lees Bridge Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Lewistown Covered Bridge 38-44-01x (Mifflin County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1849 as road bridge; tracks laid across for Mifflin & Centre County RR ca. 1866; completely rebuilt with four Howe truss spans by Pennsylvania RR 1871.
Lost Bridge over Juniata River
Destroyed by severe weather

Martin's Mill Covered Bridge 38-28-01 (Franklin County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1849
Through truss bridge on West Weaver Road
Open to pedestrians only

Montague Arch (Kings County, New York)
Built 1849; Removed 1946
Lost Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Montague Street
Filled in

Neponset Valley Parkway Bridge (Suffolk County, Massachusetts)
Built 1849; rehabilitated 1932
Stone arch bridge over Neponset River on Neponset Valley Parkway
Open to traffic

NH - Seymour Covered Bridge (New Haven County, Connecticut)
Built 1849 ; One span removed & replaced by a Keystone span 1879; Other span replaced ca. 1896
Lost Bridge over Naugatuck River on New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

North Weare Branch Railroad Bridge (Hillsborough County, New Hampshire)
Built 1849
Lost Covered deck truss bridge over Merrimack River on
Destroyed by fire

NYC - New Hamburg Tunnel (Dutchess County, New York)
Built 1848-9, bypassed 1930
Abandoned tunnel on New York Central & Hudson River Railroad

Pine Hill Road Bridge (Hunterdon County, New Jersey)
Built 1849
Stone arch bridge over a branch of Wickecheoke Creek on Pine Hill Road
Open to traffic

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

PRR - Standing Stone Creek Bridge (Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1849, replaced with newer bridge downstream 1892
Stone arch bridge over Standing Stone Creek on Former Pensylvania Railroad (PRR)
Intact but closed to all traffic

Quinlan's Covered Bridge 45-04-03 (Chittenden County, Vermont)
Built 1849; Rehabilitated 2013
Covered Burr arch bridge over Lewis Creek on C3039 in Charlotte
Open to traffic

RJCC - Frankfort Tunnel (Franklin County, Kentucky)
Built 1849 by the Lexington and Frankfort Railroad. Currently owned by R. J. Corman (RJC) Railroad
Tunnel under Main Street (US 60)
Open to traffic

Rosehill Covered Bridge 38-36-14 (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1849
Covered bridge over Cocalico Creek on Log Cabin Road
Open to traffic

Rozzell's Ferry Bridge (1849) (Mecklenburg County, North Carolina)
Built in 1849 by David M. Renno; destroyed by fire in 1865.
Lost Lattice through truss bridge over Catawba River on Charlotte & Lincolnton Plank Road
Destroyed by fire

RUT - Alder Brook Bridge (Franklin County, New York)
Built 1849
Abandoned stone culvert over Alder Brook on Abandoned Rutland Railroad Northern division

RUT - Chateaugay River Arch (Franklin County, New York)
Abandoned stone arch bridge over Chateaugay River on Rutland Railroad Northern Division

Sequin Bridge 45-04-02 (Chittenden County, Vermont)
Built 1849; Rehabilitated 1949, 1994 & 2016
Covered Burr arch-truss bridge over Lewis Creek on Roscoe Road
Open to traffic

Stillwater Covered Bridge 38-19-21 (Columbia County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1849 by James McHenry
Covered bridge over Fishing Creek in Stillwater
Open to pedestrians only

Swiftwater Covered Bridge 29-05-02 (Grafton County, New Hampshire)
Built 1849; rehabilitated 1999
Covered bridge over Wild Ammonoosuc River on Porter Road in Bath
Open to traffic

Wheeling Suspension Bridge (Ohio County, West Virginia)
Built 1849; collapsed May 17, 1854; temporary bridge reopened July 26, 1854; permanent bridge reopened July 1860; improvements made 1871-72, 1886, 1922, 1930, 1956 and other years
Suspension bridge over Ohio River on WV 251 in Wheeling
Open to pedestrians only