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Built during 1830s

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3 Mile Covered Bridge 45-01-15x (Addison County, Vermont)
Built 1836; Arches added c.1860; Closed & Burned 1952
Lost Town lattice truss covered bridge over Otter Creek on 3 Mile Bridge Road
Destroyed by fire

8th Street Covered Bridge (Original Structure) 38-61-02x (Venango County, Pennsylvania)
Built in 1837; Burned in 1863 and replaced with a 4 span Town Lattice Truss unhoused bridge
Lost Bridge over Allegheny River
Destroyed by fire and replaced in 1863

Abbott Bridge (Hillsborough County, New Hampshire)
Built 1837; rehabilitated 1920 & 1988
Stone arch bridge over Beaver Brook on Old Bridge Street in Pelham
Open to traffic with a weight limit

Abraham Herr's Covered Bridge 38-36-101x (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Built in 1838 by Abraham Herr; Reworked in 1867; Removed and Replaced in 1917
Lost Burr arch-truss bridge over Mill Creek on Hollinger Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Ackley Covered Bridge 22-82-01 (Wayne County, Michigan)
Originally crossed between Greene and Washington Counties in Pennsylvania (38-30-41x). Dismantled and moved to Dearborn in November 1937.
Multiple Kingpost through truss bridge over pond in Dearborn
Open to horse-drawn carriages

Allens Creek Bridge (Nelson County, Virginia)
Built ca. 1835 for the James River & Kanawha Canal, adapted for rail use in the 1880s.
Stone arch bridge over Allens Creek on Allens Creek Road and CSX Railway
Open to traffic

Allentown Road Bridge (Montgomery County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1837; Rebuilt 1874; replaced in 1988
Lost Stone arch bridge over Skippack Creek on Allentown Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Amsterdam Bridge (1839) (Montgomery County, New York)
Built 1839; Replaced 1843
Lost Bridge over Mohawk River on Road
Replaced by a new bridge

AMTK - King Street Overpass (Kent County, Rhode Island)
Built 1837
Stone arch bridge over King Street on Amtrak Northeast Corridor
Open to traffic

AMTK - Shore Access Road Arch (Kent County, Rhode Island)
Built ca. 1837
Stone arch bridge over Shore access road on Amtrak Northeast Corridor
Open to traffic

AMTK - Yalesville Underpass (New Haven County, Connecticut)
Built 1838
Stone arch bridge over CT 71 on Amtrak
Open to traffic

Antietam Creek Bridge (Washington County, Maryland)
Built 1833; rehabilitated 1995
Stone arch bridge over Antietam Creek on MD 68
Open to traffic

Antietam Ironworks Bridge (Washington County, Maryland)
Built 1832
Stone arch bridge over Antietam Creek on Harpers Ferry Road in Sharpsburg
Open to traffic

Avenue C Bridge (over Morris Canal) (Hudson County, New Jersey)
Built 1836
Lost Pratt pony truss bridge over Morris Canal on Avenue C
Removed but not replaced

Baker River Bridge (Grafton County, New Hampshire)
Built 1830
Lost Bridge over Baker River
Demolished

Bangor-Brewer Covered Bridge 19-10-06x (Penobscot County, Maine)
Built 1832; Lost to freshet1846; Replaced 1847
Lost covered Town lattice through truss bridge over Penobscot River on Road
Destroyed by flooding

Barger Farm Bridge (Pike County, Ohio)
Built sometime between 1830 and 1832 for loading access for canal boats. Collapsed 1972
Lost covered Kingpost truss bridge over Ohio & Eire Canal on private road
No longer exists

Bassett Brook Bridge (Berkshire County, Massachusetts)
Built 1830; part of 1920s era New England Interstate Route 8; bypassed c. 1935.
Stone arch bridge over Bassett Brook on Mass Route 8 (old alignment) & Berkshire Street Railway in Cheshire
Open to pedestrians only

Bath Covered Bridge 29-05-03 (Grafton County, New Hampshire)
Built 1832; rehabilitated 1987; rehabilitated 2013-14
Covered bridge over Ammonoosuc River on West Bath Road in Bath
Open to traffic

Bay Bridge (Cumberland County, Maine)
Built 1836; One span lost to ice 1875 then replaced 1878; Lost to flood 1896
Lost wooden bridge over Androscoggin River on Bay Bridge Road
Destroyed by flood in 1896; Ruins remain

Beechersville Covered Bridge (Original) 38-01-06x (Adams County, Pennsylvania)
The Original Covered Bridge on this site was built in 1836; It was Replaced by another covered bridge in 1893; In turn, this second covered bridge was removed and replaced in 1962
Lost Burr arch-truss bridge over Conewago Creek on Beechersville Road
Replaced by a new bridge (another covered bridge)

Belleville Copper Rolling-Mill Bridge (Essex County, New Jersey)
1838 brownstone arch bridge over the Second River used by the Belleville Copper Rolling Mill
Stone arch bridge over Second River
Open to pedestrians only

Bens Creek Arch Bridge (Cambria County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1832
Stone arch bridge over Bens Creek on SR 53
Open to traffic

Berry's Covered Bridge 38-59-10x (Tioga County, Pennsylvania)
Built in 1832; Replaced in 1931; Replacement Bridge is also gone
Lost Burr arch-truss bridge over Tioga River on Old alignment of Route 15 (now lost)
Replaced by a new bridge (replacement bridge is also gone)

Berwick Covered Bridge 38-19-85#2x/38-40-02#2x (Columbia County, Pennsylvania)
Lost Burr Arch truss covered bridge over North Branch Susquehanna River on abandoned road
Replaced by a new bridge (in a different location 1200' downstream)

Bethany Turnpike North Tunnel (Brooke County, West Virginia)
Bored 1831; Daylit 1957
Lost Tunnel under Rock on Bethany Turnpike
Daylighted

Bethany Turnpike South Tunnel (Brooke County, West Virginia)
Bored 1831; Daylit 1957
Tunnel under Rock on Road
Don't know

Biddle Island Bridge (North) Covered Bridge (Cass County, Indiana)
Built 1838; Replaced in 1870
Lost Town lattice truss bridge over Wabash River (North Channel) on Third Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Biddle Island Bridge (South) Covered Bridge (Cass County, Indiana)
Built 1838; replaced 1870
Lost covered Town lattice through truss bridge over Wabash River (South Channel) on Third Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Billings Covered Bridge 45-11-45x (Rutland County, Vermont)
Built 1831; burned 1952.
Lost Town lattice truss covered bridge over Otter Creek on Park Street
Destroyed by arson in 1952

Bird In Hand Covered Bridge 38-36-96x (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Built in 1838 by Benjamin Graeff and Mark P. Cooper; Removed and Replaced in 1922
Lost Burr arch-truss bridge over Mill Creek on Route 340
Replaced by a new bridge

Blanchard Covered Bridge 19-11-08x (Piscataquis County, Maine)
Built in 1832; Replaced before 1900.
Lost Through truss bridge over Piscataquis River on Blanchard Road
Replaced by a new bridge

BM - Merrimack River Railroad Bridge (Essex County, Massachusetts)
Built 1839 replaced 1880
Lost Through truss bridge over Merrimack River on Boston & Maine RR
No longer exists

BM - North Station Drawbridge (1835) (Suffolk County, Massachusetts)
Built 1835; Replaced 1931
Lost Warren deck truss bridge over Charles River on Boston & Maine Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

BO - Harper Ferry Bridge (Jefferson County, West Virginia)
Built in 1836; Burned 1861, 2 months after the start of the Civil War
Lost Through truss bridge over Potomac River on Former B&O
Destroyed by disaster

BO - Lower Elysville Bridge (1838) (Howard County, Maryland)
Built 1838
Lost Bridge over Patapsco River on B&O Railroad
No longer exists

BO - Upper Elysville Bridge (1838) (Howard County, Maryland)
Built 1838
Lost Bridge over Patapsco river on B&O Railroad
No longer exists

Booth's Mill Bridge (Washington County, Maryland)
Stone arch bridge over Antietam Creek on Route 68 in Lappans
Good

Bow Ridge Canal Tunnel (Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania)
Tunnel
Closed to all traffic

Branch Third Neshanic River Bridge (Hunterdon County, New Jersey)
Built 1837; rehabilitated 1974
Stone arch bridge over a branch of Third Neshanic River on CR 579
Open to traffic

Bridge Three Lane (Bucks County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1832; rehabilitated 1964
Beam bridge over Delaware Canal on Bridge Three Lane
Open to traffic

Bridgeboro - Delran Bridge (1838) (Burlington County, New Jersey)
Built 1838 1891, replaced 1927
Lost Bridge over Rancocas Creek on Route 130
Replaced by a new bridge

Bridgeport Covered Bridge 48-35-01x / 35-07-04x (Ohio County, West Virginia)
Built 1839; Replaced by steel bridge 1893
Lost Covered through truss bridge over Back Channel of Ohio River on US 40
Replaced by a new bridge

Bridges to the Past (Bridge #1) (Hardin County, Kentucky)
L&N Turnpike chartered by KY government in 1829. Construction of L&N Turnpike began in 1837 including bridges and completed in 1849. Placed on National Register of Historic Places in 1996.
Stone arch bridge over East Fork Tioga Creek on the "Bridges to the Past" walking trail, a restored section of the old L&N Turnpike (Old Dixie Hwy/US 31) in Fort Knox
Open to pedestrians

Bridges to the Past (Bridge #2) (Hardin County, Kentucky)
Built ca. 1837. Placed on National Register of Historic Places in 1996. For more info see Bridges to the Past (Bridge #1)
Stone arch bridge over East Fork Tioga Creek on the "Bridges to the Past" walking trail, a restored section of the old L&N Turnpike (Old Dixie Hwy/US 31) in Fort Knox
Open to pedestrians

Bridges to the Past (Bridge #3) (Hardin County, Kentucky)
Built ca. 1837. Placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1996. For more info. see Bridges to the Past (Bridge #1).
Stone arch bridge over East Fork Tioga Creek on the "Bridges to the Past" walking trail, a restored section of the old L&N Turnpike (Old Dixie Hwy/US 31) in Fort Knox
Open to pedestrians

Broad Street Bridge (Monroe County, New York)
Built 1836 as Erie Canal Aqueduct
Stone arch bridge over Genesee River on Subway Tunnel in Rochester
Open to traffic

Broad Street Bridge (1832) 35-25-17x (Franklin County, Ohio)
Built ca. 1832; Replaced 1870
Lost Covered through truss bridge over Scioto River on Broad Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Brownsville Covered Bridge (Fayette County, Pennsylvania)
Lost Burr arch-truss bridge over Monongahela River on Bridge Boulevard
No longer exists

Burnside's Bridge (Washington County, Maryland)
Built 1836
Stone arch bridge over Antietam Creek on Antietam National Battlefield
Open to pedestrian traffic on the battlefield

Bushkill Covered Bridge 38-45-06x/38-52-02x (Monroe County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1830
Lost Burr arch-truss bridge over Big Bushkill Creek on SR 209
Replaced by a new bridge in 1897

C&O Canal Antietam Creek Aqueduct (Washington County, Maryland)
Built 1834
Stone arch bridge over Antietam Creek


C&O Canal Bridge (Washington, District of Columbia)
Built 1831; rehabilitated 2006
Stone arch bridge over C&O Canal on Wisconsin Avenue
Open to traffic

C&O Canal Conococheague Creek Aqueduct (Washington County, Maryland)
Built 1834
Three-span stone arch bridge over Conococheague Creek on the C&O Canal
Open to pedestrians

C&O Canal Licking Creek Aqueduct (Washington County, Maryland)
Built 1839
Stone arch bridge over Licking Creek on C&O Canal
Open to pedestrians only

C&O Canal Monocacy River Bridge (Frederick County, Maryland)
Built as one of the seven aqueducts on the C&O Canal, which ran from Georgetown, DC to Cumberland, MD.
Stone arch bridge over Monocacy River on Old Chesapeake & Ohio Canal
Open to pedestrians

C&O Canal Tonoloway Creek Aqueduct (Washington County, Maryland)
Stone arch bridge over Tonoloway Creek on the C&O Canal


Cake & Beer Drive Bridge (Bucks County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1832; rehabilitated 1984
Queenpost pony truss bridge over Delaware Canal on Cake & Beer Drive
Open to traffic

Camp Nelson Covered Bridge 17-40-03x / 17-57-10x (Garrard County, Kentucky)
Built 1838 by Lewis Wernwag and survived the Civil War. Bridge was closed to traffic in 1926 when a truck broke through the bridge's deck. The bridge was demolished in 1933 and all that remains are the approaches and a facade on the north approach.
Lost covered bridge over Kentucky River on an old alignment of US 27 (Old Lexington Road)
Replaced by new bridge

Canal Road Bridge (Somerset County, New Jersey)
Built 1834; rehabilitated 1934
Stone arch bridge over Six Mile Run on Canal Road
Open to traffic

Canal Stone Arch Bridge (Jefferson County, Kentucky)
Built 1831; Replaced 1856
Lost Stone arch bridge over Louisville & Portland Canal on 18th Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Canton Bridge (Columbiana County, Ohio)
Built 1833 (according to postcard); replaced 1953
Lost Pratt deck truss bridge over Little Beaver Creek & Greenway (Former Erie Railroad) on US 30
Replaced by a new bridge

Carrollton Covered Bridge (Carroll County, Indiana)
Built 1838-39; Destroyed by a storm in 1873.
Lost Through truss bridge over Wabash River on Carrollton Road
Destroyed by severe weather

Cassell "S" Bridge (Guernsey County, Ohio)
Built ca. 1830
Stone arch bridge over Peters Creek on National Road
Open to pedestrians

Cassville Ferry (Grant County, Wisconsin)
Ferry first operated in 1833
Toll ferry over the Mississippi River between Cassville, Wisconsin, and Turkey River, Iowa
Operates daily during the summer; weekends only fall and spring; closed in winter

Castle Valley Covered Bridge 38-09-31x (Bucks County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1835
Lost Through truss covered bridge over Neshaminy Creek on Almshouse Road
Replaced by a new bridge in 1930 (500' downstream from Covered Bridge site)

Catawissa Bridge (1833) 38-19-77x (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

Central Street Covered Bridge 29-01-05x/29-05-119x (Grafton County, New Hampshire)
Built 1836
Lost through truss covered bridge over Pemigewasset River on Central St
Lost in 1927 flood, Replaced by a new bridge

Centre Bridge (1830) 38-09-39#3x / 30-10-03#3x (Hunterdon County, New Jersey)
Half of the 1830 structure washed away in 1841. Either half or all of the bridge was built (or rebuilt) in 1841. Lost to a lightning strike started fire on July 22, 1923
Lost Bridge over Delaware River on Bridge Street
No longer exists

Chain Covered Bridge 38-09-62x (Bucks County, Pennsylvania)
Built in 1830; Rebuilt in 1865; Removed and Replaced in 1932
Lost Town lattice truss bridge over Neshaminy Creek on Second Street Pike
Replaced by a new bridge

Charlemont Covered Bridge 21-06-57x (Franklin County, Massachusetts)
Built 1838, closed after 1939 flood and replaced in 1944
Lost through truss covered bridge over Deerfield River on Hawley Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Chattahoochee River Covered Bridge (Barbour County, Alabama)
Built in 1838; Lost in 1865 during Civil War; Rebuilt in 1867; Replaced in 1924.
Lost Town lattice truss bridge over Chattahoochee River on (May have been Dillingham Street)
Replaced by a new bridge

Cherry Valley Road Bridge (Licking County, Ohio)
Built 1834 by Josiah Spaulding as an aqueduct; used by interurban trolleys for 30 years after 1889; later retrofitted to carry traffic
Three-span stone arch bridge over Raccoon Creek on Cherry Valley Road in Newark
Closed to traffic indefinitely due to safety concerns

Chickiesville Covered Bridge 38-36-61x (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1838
Lost Burr arch-truss bridge over Big Chickies Creek
Replaced by a new bridge

Church Street Covered Bridge 45-14-19x (Windsor County, Vermont)
Built 1830
Lost Burr arch-truss covered bridge over Third Branch White River on Church Street
Destroyed by flooding

Circleville Bridge (1837) (Pickaway County, Ohio)
Built 1837 by Circleville Bridge Co.; burned March 21, 1881
Lost Town lattice truss bridge over Scioto River on Current-day route of US 22
Replaced by a new bridge

Claremont Toll Covered Bridge 29-10-13x / 45-14-134x (Sullivan County, New Hampshire)
Lost Town lattice truss bridge over Connecticut River on Main Street
Destroyed by ice in 1901 and replaced by a new bridge

Clinton Falls Covered Bridge 14-67-05x (Putnam County, Indiana)
Originally built in 1838 as a double-barreled covered bridge over Big Raccoon Creek on what is now US 231. Later moved to Clinton Falls where it was rebuilt as a single lane span.
Lost Burr Arch truss bridge over Little Walnut Creek
Lost

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

Coal Covered Bridge (Kanawha County, West Virginia)
Built in 1830 by Solomon Skouton; Burned in 1861 during Civil War; eventually replaced
Lost Burr arch-truss bridge over Coal River on Main Street
Destroyed by fire during Civil War; replaced

Coatesville High Bridge (1832) (Chester County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1832; Widened to double-track 1854; Replaced 1867
Lost Timber stringer bridge over West Branch Brandywine Creek, PA Route 82 on Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

Colchester Covered Bridge 32-13-11x (Delaware County, New York)
Built 1834
Lost Through truss covered bridge over East Branch Delaware River on road
Collapsed and not replaced

Collegeville Road Bridge in Skippack Pennsylvania (Montgomery County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1830; rehabilitated 1970 CA; 1989
Stone arch bridge over a branch Skippack Creek on PA 4014 (Collegeville Road) in Skippack
Open to traffic

Colliersville Covered Bridge 32-39-07x (Otsego County, New York)
Lost Town lattice truss covered bridge over Susquehanna River on Main Street
Replaced by a new bridge

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

Concord Bridge (Franklin County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1832. Rehabilitated in 1911 and 1981
Stone arch bridge over Tuscarora Creek on Back Road (PA 4007)
Replaced by a new bridge

Conemaugh Viaduct (Cambria County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1833; destroyed 1889 by flood
Lost Stone arch bridge over Conemaugh River on Railroad
Destroyed by flooding; replaced

Conewago Station Railroad Bridge (Dauphin County, Pennsylvania)
Built in 1836; Replaced by a 3 arched stone bridge which is 277' long, 28' wide and 50' above normal water level; Now ConRail
Lost Bridge over Conewago Creek on Harrisburg, Portsmouth, Mount Joy & Lancaster Railroad / Now ConRail
Replaced by a new bridge

Conrad Covered Bridge 38-06-04x (Berks County, Pennsylvania)
Built in 1839; Lost in 1960, Roadway and Bridge Site under Blue Marsh Lake waters
Burr arch-truss bridge over Tulpehocken Creek on Lost portion of Sheidy Farm Raod
Inundated (Road and Bridge Site under the waters of Blue Marsh Lake

Coombs Covered Bridge 29-03-03 (Cheshire County, New Hampshire)
Built 1837; rehabilitated 1997
Covered bridge over Ashuelot River on Coombs Bridge Road in Winchester
Open to traffic

Cottontown Covered Bridge (Bourbon County, Kentucky)
Built in 1833 by Lewis V. Wernwag; Replaced in a different location in 1933.
Lost Through truss bridge over Stoner Creek on Abandoned alignment of US 68 (East Main Street)
Replaced by a new bridge in a different location

Crosswicks Creek Covered Bridge 30-03-04x/30-11-08x (Burlington County, New Jersey)
Built 1833 by Amos Campbell; 1866 enclosed walkway added in 1866; Replaced with iron bridge in 1908.
Lost Town lattice covered bridge over Crosswicks Creek on Church Road
Replaced by a new bridge

Croton Aqueduct - Station Road Bridge (Westchester County, New York)
Stone arch bridge over Station Road on Croton Aqueduct
Open to single lane of traffic

Croton Aqueduct Bridge (Westchester County, New York)
Stone arch bridge over Broadway, Kill Brook on Croton Aqueduct
Open to traffic

CSX - Neuse River Bridge (Wake County, North Carolina)
Built ca.1836
Lost Bridge over Neuse River on CSX RR
Replaced by a new bridge

CSX - Thomas Viaduct (Howard County, Maryland)
Built 1835
Eight-span stone arch bridge over Patapsco River on the B&O Railroad between Relay and Elkridge
Open to traffic

CSX - Whistler Bridge (West Warren) (Worcester County, Massachusetts)
Built 1837-9 by the Western Railroad
Stone arch bridge over Quaboag River on CSX Boston Subdivision in West Warren
Open to traffic

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

Dayton Bridge (Old) (LaSalle County, Illinois)
Built ca.1837 by John Green and William Stadden; destroyed by ice jam in 1857 and replaced; destroyed by flooding in 1875
Lost Bridge over Fox River on Dayton Road
Destroyed by flooding

Dearborn Street Drawbridge (1834) (Cook County, Illinois)
Built 1834 as Chicago's first drawbridge; removed 1839
Lost Timber drawbridge over Chicago River on Dearborn Street
Replaced by a new bridge