Hillsdale County

Baw Beese Trail - Blackbridge Road Overpass   [Map · Street View]
Steel stringer bridge over Blackbridge Road (Old Alignment) on Baw Beese Trail (former New York Central Railroad)
Open to pedestrians only
Burt Road Bridge   [Map]
Concrete arch bridge over Silver Creek on Burt Road
Open to traffic
Built 1918 by Beighton & Spalding of Pioneer, Ohio
Burt Road Bridge   [Map]
Lost Pratt pony truss bridge over West Branch St.Joseph of Maumee on Burt Road in Hillsdale
Replaced by new bridge
Built 1897; Replaced 1992
Cambria Road Bridge   [Map]
Lost Pratt pony truss bridge over West Branch St.Joseph of Maumee on Cambria Road in Camden
Replaced by new bridge
Built 1899; Replaced 1991
Cronk Road Bridge   [Map]
Lost Pratt pony truss bridge over St. Joseph River on Cronk Road in Litchfield
Replaced by new bridge
Built 1886; Replaced 1987
DH&I Trestle   [Map]
Lost Timber stringer bridge over Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railroad, St. Joseph River, & various streets on Detroit, Hillsdale, & Indiana Railroad
Removed but not replaced
Built c.1871 by Detroit, Hillsdale, & Indiana Railroad; removed by Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railroad after 1881 when line was rebuilt on a different alignment
Half Moon Lake Road - Beebe Creek Bridge   [Map]
Lost Pony truss bridge over Beebe Creek on Half Moon Lake Road
Replaced by a new bridge in 1969
Hartley/Lickley Road Bridge   [Map]
Steel stringer bridge over East Branch St. Joseph River on Hartley Road/Lickley Road
Open to traffic
Built 1947 by Gerrit Posthumus over East Branch St. Joseph River
IN - Bacon Street Overpass   [Map · Street View]
Pony/through plate girder bridge over Bacon Street on Indiana Northeastern Railroad
Open to traffic
Built 1988
IN - Hallett Street Overpass   [Map · Street View]
Pony/through plate girder bridge over Hallett Street on Railroad
Open to traffic
Built 1915
Lickley Road Bridge   [Map]
Steel stringer bridge over Newton Drain on Lickley Road
Open to traffic
Built 1920
McCourtie Park Bridge #10   [Map]
Concrete slab bridge over Branch of Goose Creek on Pedestrian path
Open to pedestrians only
Built 1930's by George Cardoso and Ralph Corona for W.H.L. McCourtie
McCourtie Park Bridge #11   [Map]
Arch bridge over Goose Creek on Pedestrian path
Open to pedestrians only
Built 1930 by George Cardoso and Ralph Corona for W.H.L. "Herb" McCourtie
McCourtie Park Bridge #12   [Map]
Concrete slab bridge over Goose Creek on Pedestrian path
Open to pedestrians only
Built 1930's by George Cardoso and Ralph Corona for W.H.L. McCourtie
McCourtie Park Bridge #13   [Map]
Concrete slab bridge over Goose Creek on Pedestrian path
Open to pedestrians only
Built 1930's by George Cardoso and Ralph Corona for W.H.L. McCourtie
McCourtie Park Bridge #14   [Map]
Concrete slab bridge over Goose Creek on Pedestrian path
Open to pedestrians only
Built 1930's by George Cardoso and Ralph Corona for W.H.L. McCourtie
McCourtie Park Bridge #15   [Map]
Concrete "tree trunk" slab bridge over Goose Creek on Pedestrian path
Open to pedestrians only
Built 1930 by George Cardoso and Ralph Corona for W.H.L. "Herb" McCourtie
McCourtie Park Bridge #16   [Map]
Concrete slab bridge over Goose Creek on Pedestrian path
Open to pedestrians only
Built 1930's by George Cardoso and Ralph Corona for W.H.L. McCourtie
McCourtie Park Bridge #17   [Map · Street View]
Concrete suspension bridge over Goose Creek on Pedestrian path
Open to pedestrians only
Built 1933 by George Cardoso and Ralph Corona for W.H.L. "Herb" McCourtie
McCourtie Park Bridge #9   [Map · Street View]
Concrete faux covered bridge over Goose Creek on Pedestrian path
Open to pedestrians only
Built 1930 by George Cardoso and Ralph Corona for W.H.L. "Herb" McCourtie
McCourtie Park Bridges #1-8   [Map]
Multiple small concrete slab bridges over branches of Goose Creek on pedestrian paths
Open to pedestrians only
All built 1930's by George Cardoso and Ralph Corona for W.H.L. McCourtie
Montgomery Road Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Steel stringer bridge over East Fork West Branch St. Joseph River on Montgomery Road
Open to traffic
Built 1927
NYC - US 127 Overpass   [Map]
Lost Deck plate girder bridge over US 127 on New York Central Railroad (abandoned-formerly Lake Shore & Michigan Southern RR)
Removed but not replaced
Built 1936 by the Walbridge Aldinger Co.; removed 1971 with no replacement
NYC - US 127 Overpass (Old)   [Map]
Lost Deck plate girder bridge over US 127 on New York Central Railroad (abandoned-formerly Lake Shore & Michigan Southern RRR)
Replaced by a new bridge
Replaced 1936
Pittsford Road Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Steel stringer bridge over Bird Creek on Pittsford Road
Open to traffic
Built 1951 by P.E. Mason
Prattville Road Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Steel stringer bridge over East Branch St. Joseph River on Prattville Road
Open to traffic, posted for load
Built 1952 by H.R. Boyd Co.
Rutledge Park Bridge   [Map]
Pony truss bridge over branch of Mill Creek on pedestrian path
Open to pedestrians only
Originally on Tamarack Road over East Branch St. Joseph River (likely), moved to Rutledge Park on June 13, 1992
Saint Joseph River Bridge   [Map]
Lost Pratt pony truss bridge over West Fork West Branch Saint Joseph River on Main Street
Replaced by a new bridge
St. Joseph River Bridge   [Map]
Through truss bridge over St. Joseph River on Sterling Road
Relocated to Lenawee County for use in a park
Built 1897; relocated 2002
Territorial Road East Fork Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Steel stringer bridge over East Fork West Branch St. Joseph River on Territorial Rd (formerly State Route 120)
Open to traffic
Built 1928
Territorial Road West Fork Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Steel stringer bridge over West Fork East Branch St. Joseph River on Territorial Rd (formerly State Route 120)
Open to traffic
Built 1928
Tripp Road Bridge   [Map]
Wooden bridge over Laird Creek on Tripp Road
Open to traffic
Built 1920
Tuttle Road Bridge   [Map]
Wooden bridge over E.Branch St.Joseph Of Maumee on Tuttle Road
Open to traffic
Built 1910; rehabilitated 1976
Way Road Bridge   [Map]
Steel stringer bridge over East Branch St. Joseph River on Way Road (abandoned)
Closed
Built ca. 1920; now abandoned