Big Coal River Pedestrian Suspension Bridge[Map] Wire suspension footbridge over the Big Coal River and CR 15/9 Intact but closed to all traffic Built 1920 by Oregonia Bridge Company to serve along with little Coal River Pedestrian Bridge and link three land masses together in a coal mining community
C&O Bridge[Map · Street View] Parker through truss bridge over Kanawha River on CSX Railroad (Formerly Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad) Intact but closed to all traffic Built 1907; Single-lane road added 1920
Coal Covered Bridge[Map · Street View] Lost Burr arch-truss bridge over Coal River on Main Street Destroyed by fire during Civil War; replaced Built in 1830 by Solomon Skouton; Burned in 1861 during Civil War; eventually replaced
Coal River Bridge[Map] Lost Through truss bridge over Coal River on WV 214 Replaced by new bridge Replaced 1987
Kanawha Twomile Creek Bridge[Map · Street View] Concrete arch bridge over Kanawha Twomile Creek on CR 21/24 in Charleston Open to traffic Built 1924, this bridge carried the original routing of US-21 before being bypassed by a newer road and finally US-21 having it's northern terminus moved south from Cleveland, OH to Wytheville, VA.
Little Coal River Pedestrian Suspension Bridge[Map] Wire suspension footbridge spanning the Little Coal River and CR 13/1 Intact but closed to all traffic Built 1920 Oregonia Bridge Company. It is believed that this and one similar bridge served joined three peices of land in a coal comunity that is gone now.
Memorial Tunnel[Map · Street View] Tunnel on Old I-64 Old I-77 Intact but closed to all traffic Built in 1954 and closed to vehicular traffic in 1987, it is now utilized by the Center For National Response as an anti-terrorism training facility
Smith Creek Bridge[Map] Concrete arch bridge over Smith Creek on CR 9 Replaced by a new bridge Built 1924
South Side Bridge (1891)[Map] Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Kanawha River on Dickinson Street Replaced by a new bridge Built 1891; replaced 1936
Southside Bridge (1936)[Map · Street View] Through truss bridge over Kanawha Blvd., Maccorkle Ave. (WV 61), railroad tracks, Kanawha River on Dickinson Street in Charleston Open to traffic Built 1936; rehabilitated 1990
Stanley Bender Bridge[Map · Street View] Lost Deck truss bridge over Fourmile Fork on West Virginia Turnpike Removed but not replaced Built in 1954, demolished after completion of cut & fill bypass