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Total Bridges Found: 100
 Bridge NameFacility Carried / Feature IntersectedLocationStructure TypeStructure DimensionsConstruction Date / Builder or ContractorDescriptionThumbnail
! Pruitt Bridge

Bridge Number: 5831
AR-7 Over Buffalo River Rural: Newton County, Arkansas Metal Rivet-Connected Pennsylvania Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 375.3 ft
Main Span Length: 160 ft
Roadway Width: 20 ft
Main Spans: 1
1931 By: Virginia Bridge and Iron Company of Roanoke, Virginia This unique bridge has the appearance of a cantilever truss bridge, the result of a unique construction method.Click to visit page.
CR-200 Bridge
Fountain County Bridge 105
Bridge Number: 5830
CR-200 East (Foster Road) Over Little Shawnee Creek Rural: Fountain County, Indiana Metal Rivet-Connected Warren Pony Truss, Fixed Total Length: 63 ft
Main Span Length: 60 ft
Roadway Width: 20 ft
Main Spans: 1
1935 By: Unknown This is a traditional riveted pony truss bridge in a rural agricultural setting.Click to visit page.
CR-600 Bridge
Madison County Bridge 170
Bridge Number: 5829
CR-600S Over Fall Creek Rural: Madison County, Indiana Metal Rivet-Connected Warren Pony Truss, Fixed Total Length: 142 ft
Main Span Length: 140 ft
Roadway Width: 16 ft
Main Spans: 1
1916 By: Elkhart Bridge and Iron Company of Elkhart, Indiana This abandoned variation of a state standard pony truss has one of the greatest possible skews that is possible for a bridge.Click to visit page.
Fall Creek Service Road Bridge
Pendleton Reformatory Service Road Bridge
Bridge Number: 5828
None Over Ground Pendleton: Madison County, Indiana Metal Pin-Connected Pratt Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 99.7 ft
Main Span Length: 99.7 ft
Roadway Width: 15.7 ft
Main Spans: 1
1884 By: Massillon Bridge Company of Massillon, Ohio This bridge has been sitting on the ground in storage at this location awaiting a possible reuse, but even here it attracts visitors.Click to visit page.
Springfield Bridge
Beaverfork Park Bridge, Springfield-Des Arc Bridge
Bridge Number: 5827
Beaverfork Park Trailway Over Beaverfork Lake Conway: Faulkner County, Arkansas Metal Bowstring Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 186 ft
Main Span Length: 146 ft
Roadway Width: 12 ft
Main Spans: 1
1874 By: King Bridge Company of Cleveland, Ohio Fabricated in 1871 and erected in 1874, this relocated and restored bridge is the oldest and most significant historic bridge in Arkansas.Click to visit page.
Huntsville Road Bridge
Madison County Bridge 149
Bridge Number: 5826
Huntsville Road (Falls Park Drive) Over Fall Creek Pendleton: Madison County, Indiana Metal Rivet-Connected Pratt Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 123 ft
Main Span Length: 119 ft
Roadway Width: 20 ft
Main Spans: 1
By: Unknown This classic riveted truss bridge has been maintained in good condition.Click to visit page.
Fall Creek Railroad Bridge

Bridge Number: 5825
Railroad (CSX) Over Fall Creek Pendleton: Madison County, Indiana Concrete Closed Spandrel Deck Arch, Fixed Total Length: 285 ft
Main Spans: 6
1910 By: Unknown Although spalling significantly, this railroad bridge continues to carry railroad traffic.Click to visit page.
Indianapolis Museum of Art Pedestrian Bridge

Bridge Number: 5824
Pedestrian Walkway Over Service Road Indianapolis: Marion County, Indiana Concrete Closed Spandrel Deck Arch, Fixed Main Spans: 1 1909 By: National Concrete Company of Indianapolis, Indiana Although a significant, early example of a Luten design concrete arch bridge, this one was allowed to deteriorate then severely altered.Click to visit page.
Indianapolis Museum of Art Ravine Garden Bridge

Bridge Number: 5823
Pedestrian Walkway Over Ravine Indianapolis: Marion County, Indiana Concrete Closed Spandrel Deck Arch, Fixed Main Spans: 1 By: Unknown This is a small ornamental concrete arch foot bridge with attractive balustrade railings.Click to visit page.
Woodstock Drive Bridge
Oldfields Estate East bridge
Bridge Number: 5822
Woodstock Drive Over Railroad (Abandoned Terre Haute, Indianapolis and Eastern Traction Interurban) Indianapolis: Marion County, Indiana Metal Stringer (Multi-Beam), Fixed Main Spans: 3 1908 By: Central States Bridge Company of Indianapolis, Indiana Structurally, this is a simple steel stringer bridge, but its ornamental details make this reminder of a long-gone railroad past far more interesting.Click to visit page.
CR-1025 Bridge
Carroll County Bridge 144
Bridge Number: 5821
CR-1025 Over Little Rock Creek Rural: Carroll County, Indiana Stone Segmental Deck Arch, Fixed Total Length: 43 ft
Main Span Length: 20.3 ft
Roadway Width: 19 ft
Main Spans: 1
1903 By: Unknown This is a small but uncommon example of a stone arch bridge in this part of Indiana.Click to visit page.
Burnetts Creek Arch
Carroll County Bridge 181 (Wabash and Erie Canal Culvert 100)
Bridge Number: 5820
Towpath Road Over Burnetts Creek Rural: Carroll County, Indiana Stone Segmental Deck Arch, Fixed Total Length: 41 ft
Main Span Length: 21.7 ft
Roadway Width: 25 ft
Main Spans: 1
1840 By: Unknown This is the oldest known bridge in Indiana, and was originally an aqueduct for the Wabash and Erie Canal.Click to visit page.
IN-218 Bridge
Carroll County Bridge 3279
Bridge Number: 5819
IN-218 Over Paint Creek Rural: Carroll County, Indiana Concrete Closed Spandrel Deck Arch, Fixed Total Length: 127 ft
Main Span Length: 65 ft
Roadway Width: 28 ft
Main Spans: 1
1940 By: George R. Harvey of Danville, Indiana This is a late but unaltered example of state design concrete arch bridge, located on a curve.Click to visit page.
Otter Creek Driveway Bridge

Bridge Number: 5818
Private Drive Over Otter Creek Rural: Wabash County, Indiana Metal Stringer (Multi-Beam), Fixed Main Spans: 1 By: Unknown This classic steel stringer bridge with lattice railings serves a private driveway.Click to visit page.
Meridian Street Bridge
Marion County Bridge 1123
Bridge Number: 5817
Meridian Street Over Indiana Central Canal (Indianapolis Water Company Canal) Indianapolis: Marion County, Indiana Concrete Closed Spandrel Deck Arch, Fixed Total Length: 153 ft
Main Span Length: 46 ft
Roadway Width: 56 ft
Main Spans: 3
1926 By: National Concrete Company of Indianapolis, Indiana This Luten concrete arch bridge is noted for its heavy skew.Click to visit page.
Illinois Street Bridge
Marion County Bridge 1111
Bridge Number: 5816
Illinois Street Over Indiana Central Canal (Indianapolis Water Company Canal) Indianapolis: Marion County, Indiana Concrete Closed Spandrel Deck Arch, Fixed Total Length: 147 ft
Main Span Length: 61.4 ft
Roadway Width: 25.3 ft
Main Spans: 2
1920 By: National Concrete Company of Indianapolis, Indiana Although its railings have been replaced, this bridge remains an example of a Luten arch bridge.Click to visit page.
Shirley Bridge

Bridge Number: 5815
River Road (CR-125) Over Middle Fork Little Red River Rural: Van Buren County, Arkansas Metal Multiple-Type-Connected Baltimore Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 339.8 ft
Main Span Length: 153.8 ft
Roadway Width: 8.2 ft
Main Spans: 1
1908 By: Wisconsin Bridge and Iron Company of Milwaukee, Wisconsin This former railroad bridge has an unusual combination of pinned and riveted connections.Click to visit page.
Narrows Bridge
Higden Bridge
Bridge Number: 5814
AR-16 and AR-92 Over Little Red River (Greers Ferry Lake) Greers Ferry and Higden: Cleburne County, Arkansas Metal Rivet-Connected Warren Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 1102 ft
Main Span Length: 350 ft
Roadway Width: 24 ft
Main Spans: 3
1961 By: Unknown Although a late example of a cantilever truss bridge, this bridge is a rare example of its type in Arkansas.Click to visit page.
Meridian Road Bridge
Carroll County Bridge 87
Bridge Number: 5813
Meridian Road Over Deer Creek Rural: Carroll County, Indiana Metal Rivet-Connected Warren Pony Truss, Fixed Total Length: 124 ft
Main Span Length: 109 ft
Roadway Width: 24 ft
Main Spans: 1
1932 By: Albert B. Hash of Sandborn, Indiana First relocated here in 1968, this excellent example of standard riveted pony truss in Indiana was rehabilitated in 2007.Click to visit page.
CR-30 Bridge
Fountain County Bridge 113
Bridge Number: 5812
CR-30 East Over North Fork Coal Creek Rural: Fountain County, Indiana Metal Bolt-Connected Pratt Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 102 ft
Main Span Length: 100 ft
Roadway Width: 15.4 ft
Main Spans: 1
1910 By: Attica Bridge Company of Attica, Indiana This bridge is noted for its use of bolted connections instead of riveted connections and its association with a noted Indiana bridge builder.Click to visit page.
Deer Creek Overflow Bridge
Cass County Bridge 151
Bridge Number: 5811
CR-100 East Over Toney Ditch (Branch Deer Creek) Rural: Cass County, Indiana Metal Through Girder, Fixed Total Length: 50 ft
Main Span Length: 48 ft
Roadway Width: 17.8 ft
Main Spans: 1
1925 By: Clark and Harmon This abandoned and uncommon Indiana example of a highway plate girder looks like a bridge over a cornfield.Click to visit page.
Lost Bridge
Miami County Bridge 28, Eikenberry Bridge
Bridge Number: 5810
CR-100 East Over Eel River Rural: Miami County, Indiana Metal Bolt-Connected Pratt Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 230 ft
Main Span Length: 112 ft
Roadway Width: 16 ft
Main Spans: 2
1920 By: Rochester Bridge Company of Rochester, Indiana Although this bridge overall has the appearance of a riveted truss bridge, the truss connections are actually bolted, making this bridge uncommon for its age.Click to visit page.
Beulah Bridge
Fountain County Bridge 142
Bridge Number: 5809
CR-230 East Over Big Shawnee Creek Rural: Fountain County, Indiana Metal Pin-Connected Pratt Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 120 ft
Main Span Length: 118 ft
Roadway Width: 15.7 ft
Main Spans: 1
1911 By: Attica Bridge Company of Attica, Indiana This bridge is an excellent example of a bridge built by a noteworthy Indiana bridge builder.Click to visit page.
Liberty Mills Bridge
Wabash County Bridge 165
Bridge Number: 5808
1st Street Over Eel River Rural: Wabash County, Indiana Metal Pin-Connected Pratt Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 150 ft
Main Span Length: 120 ft
Roadway Width: 14.8 ft
Main Spans: 1
By: Unknown This is a traditional Pratt through truss bridge and has been closed to traffic but is feasible to preserve.Click to visit page.
Hyman Bridge
Cass County Bridge 150
Bridge Number: 5807
CR-100 East Over Deer Creek Rural: Cass County, Indiana Metal Pin-Connected Whipple Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 150 ft
Main Span Length: 150 ft
Roadway Width: 15.7 ft
Main Spans: 1
1885 By: Wrought Iron Bridge Company of Canton, Ohio This is a old and outstanding surviving example of a Whipple truss built by the prolific Wrough Iron Bridge Company.Click to visit page.
Lewisburg Bridge
Cass County Bridge 123
Bridge Number: 5806
CR-825 East Over Wabash River Lewisburg: Cass County, Indiana Concrete Closed Spandrel Deck Arch, Fixed Total Length: 456 ft
Main Span Length: 96.5 ft
Roadway Width: 24 ft
Main Spans: 5
1913 By: National Concrete Company of Indianapolis, Indiana This bridge once looked like a bridge beyond repair, but was successfully rehabilitated, making for a great preservation case study.Click to visit page.
! Little Niangua Swinging Bridge

Bridge Number: 5805
MO-J Over Little Niangua River Rural: Camden County, Missouri Metal Plate Girder Stiffening Wire Cable Suspension, Fixed Total Length: 524 ft
Main Span Length: 225 ft
Roadway Width: 20 ft
Main Spans: 3
1932 By: Clinton Bridge and Iron Works of Clinton, Iowa This bridge is one of only four surviving self-anchored suspension bridges in the country!Click to visit page.
Falls of the Ohio Bridge

Bridge Number: 5804
Railroad (Conrail) Over Ohio River and Riverside Drive Louisville and Jeffersonville: Jefferson County, Kentucky and Clark County, Indiana Metal Rivet-Connected Pennsylvania Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 3577.4 ft
Main Span Length: 643.9 ft
Main Spans: 2
1919 By: Pennsylvania Steel Company of Steelton, Pennsylvania This bridge includes a truss span that was the longest simple rivet-connected truss span in the world when completed.Click to visit page.
Kentucky and Indiana Bridge

Bridge Number: 5803
Railroad (Norfolk Southern) Over Ohio River and Water Street Louisville and New Albany: Jefferson County, Kentucky and Floyd County, Indiana Metal Multiple-Type-Connected Pennsylvania Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 2713 ft
Main Span Length: 625 ft
Main Spans: 2
1912 By: American Bridge Company of New York, New York Featuring former vehicular decks cantilevered from the sides of the trusses with a railroad deck in the middle, this bridge is also noted for its variety of truss designs.Click to visit page.
Big Four Bridge

Bridge Number: 5802
Railroad (Rail-Trail) Over Ohio River Louisville and Jeffersonville: Jefferson County, Kentucky and Clark County, Indiana Metal Rivet-Connected Pennsylvania Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 2525 ft
Main Span Length: 547 ft
Main Spans: 1
1929 By: Unknown After years of abandonment, this large railroad bridge was converted into a functional, busy pedestrian crossing with beautiful night lighting.Click to visit page.
George Rogers Clark Memorial Bridge
2nd Street Bridge
Bridge Number: 5801
US-31 (2nd Street) Over Ohio River and Various Streets Louisville and Jeffersonville: Jefferson County, Kentucky and Clark County, Indiana Metal Rivet-Connected Warren Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 5366.4 ft
Main Span Length: 820 ft
Roadway Width: 38 ft
Main Spans: 6
1929 By: American Bridge Company of New York, New York This landmark work of a famous engineering firm consists of two identical cantilever truss bridge units.Click to visit page.
! Merchants Bridge

Bridge Number: 5800
Railroad (Terminal Railroad Association of St. Louis) Over Mississippi River St. Louis and Venice: St. Louis City, Missouri and Madison County, Illinois Metal Pin-Connected Pennsylvania Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 4340 ft
Main Span Length: 517.5 ft
Main Spans: 3
1890 By: Union Bridge Company of Athens, Pennsylvania Despite national significance as the design work of famous engineer George Morison and extremely long truss span length, this bridge was sentenced to scrapping.Click to visit page.
McKinley Bridge

Bridge Number: 5799
Salisbury Street Over Mississippi River St. Louis and Venice: St. Louis City, Missouri and Madison County, Illinois Metal Multiple-Type-Connected Pennsylvania Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 5733.5 ft
Main Span Length: 517.5 ft
Roadway Width: 24 ft
Main Spans: 3
1910 By: Pennsylvania Steel Company of Steelton, Pennsylvania This massive truss bridge is an early surviving example of work by a master engineer and also is noted for the length of its simple truss spans.Click to visit page.
Hushaw Bridge
Fountain County Bridge 143
Bridge Number: 5798
CR-300 East Over Big Shawnee Creek Rural: Fountain County, Indiana Metal Pin-Connected Pratt Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 134 ft
Main Span Length: 133 ft
Roadway Width: 17.7 ft
Main Spans: 1
1886 By: Milwaukee Bridge and Iron Works of Milwaukee, Wisconsin This very old Pratt truss bridge is a relocated span from a former seven span bridge that was in Attica, Indiana.Click to visit page.
CR-100 Coal Creek Bridge
Fountain County Bridge 131
Bridge Number: 5797
CR-100 North Over Coal Creek Rural: Fountain County, Indiana Metal Pin-Connected Pratt Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 134 ft
Main Span Length: 128 ft
Roadway Width: 17.7 ft
Main Spans: 1
1886 By: Milwaukee Bridge and Iron Works of Milwaukee, Wisconsin This very old Pratt truss bridge is a relocated span from a former seven span bridge that was in Attica, Indiana.Click to visit page.
Big Pine Creek Bridge
Warren County Bridge 92
Bridge Number: 5796
CR-450 East Over Big Pine Creek Rural: Warren County, Indiana Metal Pin-Connected Pratt Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 103.4 ft
Main Span Length: 96.5 ft
Roadway Width: 13.8 ft
Main Spans: 1
1896 By: Wabash Bridge and Iron Works of Wabash, Indiana This may the last surviving example of a bridge known to have been built by the Wabash Bridge and Iron Works.Click to visit page.
Middle Fork Wildcat Creek Driveway Bridge

Bridge Number: 5795
Private Drive Over Middle Fork Wildcat Creek Rural: Carroll County, Indiana Metal Rivet-Connected Warren Pony Truss, Fixed Main Spans: 1 1894 By: Chicago Bridge Company of Chicago, Illinois This early rivet-connected truss bridge was built by a company that has few surviving spans today.Click to visit page.
Wilson's Bridge
Carroll County Bridge 121
Bridge Number: 5794
CR-300 North Over Deer Creek Rural: Carroll County, Indiana Metal Pin-Connected Pratt Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 122 ft
Main Span Length: 114 ft
Roadway Width: 14.8 ft
Main Spans: 1
1898 By: Lafayette Bridge Company of Lafayette, Indiana This is a traditionally composed example of a pin-connected Pratt through truss, built by a noteworthy in-state builder.Click to visit page.
Logansport Railroad Bridge

Bridge Number: 5793
Railroad (Winamac Southern) Over Wabash River Logansport: Cass County, Indiana Metal Rivet-Connected Pratt Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 582 ft
Main Span Length: 116 ft
Main Spans: 5
1916 By: Wisconsin Bridge and Iron Company of Milwaukee, Wisconsin This is a traditional example of a railroad through truss bridge.Click to visit page.
Hufford's Ford Bridge
Angel Hill Golf Course Bridge, Carroll County Bridge 16
Bridge Number: 5792
CR-400 West (Golf Course Path) Over Middle Fork Wildcat Creek Rural: Carroll County, Indiana and Clinton County, Indiana Metal Pin-Connected Pratt Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 83 ft
Main Span Length: 75 ft
Roadway Width: 15.7 ft
Main Spans: 1
1901 By: James M. Peirce This bridge and the road it served have been converted into a golf course path.Click to visit page.
MacArthur Bridge
St. Louis Municipal Bridge
Bridge Number: 5791
Railroad (Terminal Railroad Association of St. Louis) Over Mississippi River and Various Streets and Railroads St. Louis and East St. Louis: St. Louis City, Missouri and St. Clair County, Illinois Metal Pin-Connected Pennsylvania Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 13300 ft
Main Span Length: 668 ft
Roadway Width: 30 ft
Main Spans: 3
1917 By: American Bridge Company of New York, New York Even with most of the highway portion of this combined use double-deck bridge removed, the remaining bridge is one of the most complex bridges around.Click to visit page.
Cotter Railroad Bridge

Bridge Number: 5790
Railroad (Missouri and Northern Arkansas) Over White River Cotter: Baxter County, Arkansas and Marion County, Arkansas Metal Rivet-Connected Pratt Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 1085 ft
Main Span Length: 285 ft
Main Spans: 1
1905 By: Unknown This bridge is unusual because it is fairly high above normal water level for a swing bridge.Click to visit page.
Clarendon Railroad Bridge

Bridge Number: 5789
Railroad (Union Pacific) Over White River Clarendon: Monroe County, Arkansas Metal Rivet-Connected Pratt Through Truss, Movable: Swing Total Length: 630 ft
Main Span Length: 350 ft
Main Spans: 1
1935 By: Virginia Bridge and Iron Company of Roanoke, Virginia This traditional railroad swing bridge continues to carry railroad traffic and is noted for the length of its swing span.Click to visit page.
! Newport Bridge

Bridge Number: 5788
AR-367 (Old US-67) Over White River and Railroad Newport: Jackson County, Arkansas Metal Rivet-Connected Warren Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 2831 ft
Main Span Length: 400 ft
Roadway Width: 24 ft
Main Spans: 3
1930 By: List and Weatherly Construction Company of Kansas City, Missouri With an unusual suspended span design, this beautiful cantilever truss bridge was not preserved despite its rarity in Arkansas.Click to visit page.
O'Neal Bridge
Boone County Bridge 207
Bridge Number: 5787
Holliday Drive Over Big Eagle Creek Rural: Boone County, Indiana Metal Pin-Connected Pratt Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 114 ft
Main Span Length: 112.5 ft
Roadway Width: 15.7 ft
Main Spans: 1
1892 By: Lafayette Bridge Company of Lafayette, Indiana This classic Pratt truss bridge has an unusual portal and strut design giving it a unique appearance.Click to visit page.
Hays Bridge
Hancock County Bridge 17
Bridge Number: 5786
CR-675 East Over Sugar Creek Rural: Hancock County, Indiana Metal Pin-Connected Pratt Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 92 ft
Main Span Length: 90 ft
Roadway Width: 13.8 ft
Main Spans: 1
1887 By: Columbia Bridge Works of Dayton, Ohio This bridge is a later example of a bridge built by the Columbia Bridge Works, and lacks the unusual details found on earlier bridges built by the company.Click to visit page.
Davis Ferry Railroad Bridge

Bridge Number: 5785
Railroad (CSX) Over Wabash River Lafayette: Tippecanoe County, Indiana Metal Rivet-Connected Double-Intersection Warren Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 635 ft
Main Span Length: 160 ft
Main Spans: 2
By: Unknown This railroad truss bridge is noted for its uncommon double-Warren truss configuration.Click to visit page.
Yorktown Park Bridge
Mahalasville Bridge, Morgan County Bridge 28
Bridge Number: 5784
Pedestrian Walkway Over Buck Creek Yorktown: Delaware County, Indiana Metal Rivet-Connected Pratt Full-Slope Pony Truss, Fixed Total Length: 90 ft
Main Span Length: 90 ft
Roadway Width: 12 ft
Main Spans: 1
1927 By: Vincennes Bridge Company of Vincennes, Indiana This riveted pony truss span was relocated and preserved here for pedestrian use.Click to visit page.
Priest Ford Bridge

Bridge Number: 5783
CR-750 West Over White River Delaware County Bridge 131: Delaware County, Indiana Metal Pin-Connected Camelback Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 259 ft
Main Span Length: 200 ft
Roadway Width: 15.2 ft
Main Spans: 1
1897 By: Indiana Bridge Company of Muncie, Indiana This bridge was bypassed and abandoned many years ago, but remains standing and visible.Click to visit page.
High Banks Bridge
Delaware County Bridge 130
Bridge Number: 5782
CR-300 South Over White River Rural: Delaware County, Indiana Metal Pin-Connected Camelback Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 203.8 ft
Main Span Length: 200 ft
Roadway Width: 15 ft
Main Spans: 1
1902 By: Indiana Bridge Company of Muncie, Indiana This classic Camelback through truss bridge has been rehabilitated for continued vehicular use.Click to visit page.
Davis Ferry Bridge
Tippecanoe County Bridge 119
Bridge Number: 5781
Davis Ferry Road Over Wabash River Lafayette: Tippecanoe County, Indiana Metal Rivet-Connected Pratt Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 540.7 ft
Main Span Length: 177.7 ft
Roadway Width: 16 ft
Main Spans: 3
1912 By: American Bridge Company of New York, New York This multi-span through truss bridge was bypassed but left open for pedestrians in an unimproved condition.Click to visit page.
Lockport Bridge
Carroll County Bridge 142
Bridge Number: 5780
CR-250 West Over Wabash River Rural: Carroll County, Indiana Concrete Curved T-Beam, Fixed Total Length: 634.9 ft
Main Span Length: 95 ft
Roadway Width: 23.6 ft
Main Spans: 8
1938 By: Unknown This is a large and good example of a concrete curved t-beam bridge also noted for its Art Deco inspired architecture.Click to visit page.
Opossum Hollow Bridge
Fountain County Bridge 149
Bridge Number: 5779
CR 1300-North Over Opossum Hollow Rural: Fountain County, Indiana Concrete Closed Spandrel (Ribbed) Deck Arch, Fixed Total Length: 66 ft
Main Span Length: 42 ft
Roadway Width: 15.4 ft
Main Spans: 1
1915 By: Unknown This is a very unusual two-rib closed spandrel arch bridge.Click to visit page.
Carrollton Bridge
Carroll County Bridge 132
Bridge Number: 5778
Carrollton Road Over Wabash River Rural: Carroll County, Indiana Concrete Closed Spandrel Deck Arch, Fixed Total Length: 615 ft
Main Span Length: 94 ft
Roadway Width: 24 ft
Main Spans: 6
1927 By: National Concrete Company of Indianapolis, Indiana This large example of a Luten arch bridge was widened and rehabilitated in a sensitive manner.Click to visit page.
Xenia Bridge
Carroll County Bridge 25
Bridge Number: 5777
Prince William Road Over Wildcat Creek Rural: Carroll County, Indiana Metal Rivet-Connected Parker Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 155 ft
Main Span Length: 144.7 ft
Roadway Width: 21.7 ft
Main Spans: 1
1931 By: E. R. Campbell of Sandborn, Indiana This riveted truss bridge was relocated here many decades ago.Click to visit page.
High Bridge
Warren County Bridge 45
Bridge Number: 5776
CR-450 North Over Little Pine Creek Rural: Warren County, Indiana Metal Rivet-Connected Pratt Railing Height Truss, Fixed Total Length: 432 ft
Main Span Length: 129.6 ft
Roadway Width: 18 ft
Main Spans: 4
1927 By: E. G. Jarrell of Muncie, Indiana This very unusual high level highway half-deck or railing height truss bridge has been nicely preserved.Click to visit page.
IN-75 Bridge
Cutler Bridge, State Highway Bridge 3653
Bridge Number: 5775
IN-75 Over Wildcat Creek Rural: Carroll County, Indiana Metal Rivet-Connected Parker Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 240 ft
Main Span Length: 175 ft
Roadway Width: 28 ft
Main Spans: 1
1948 By: R. L. Schutt of Indianapolis, Indiana This is a well-preserved example of a state highway Parker truss in Indiana noted for its arched portal bracing.Click to visit page.
! IN-26 Bridge
State Highway Bridge 3346
Bridge Number: 5774
IN-26 Over South Fork Wildcreek Creek Rural: Tippecanoe County, Indiana Metal Rivet-Connected Parker Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 321.5 ft
Main Span Length: 200 ft
Roadway Width: 26 ft
Main Spans: 1
1941 By: R. McCalman, Inc. of Danville, Illinois This is a classic example of an Indiana state highway through truss with arched portal bracing.Click to visit page.
Bachelor Run Bridge
Carroll County Bridge 153
Bridge Number: 5773
CR-250 S Over Bachelor Run Rural: Carroll County, Indiana Metal Rivet-Connected Warren Pony Truss, Fixed Total Length: 25 ft
Main Span Length: 20.3 ft
Roadway Width: 15.4 ft
Main Spans: 1
1910 By: Unknown This is a very small and unusual skewed pony truss bridge with very lightweight truss members.Click to visit page.
Butler Bridge
Miami County Bridge 54
Bridge Number: 5772
CR-950 North Over Eel River Rural: Miami County, Indiana Metal Pin-Connected Pratt Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 286 ft
Main Span Length: 140 ft
Roadway Width: 17 ft
Main Spans: 2
1903 By: Pan American Bridge Company of New Castle, Indiana This is a classic Pratt truss bridge with attractive portal bracing and has been closed to traffic.Click to visit page.
Jewettsport Ford Bridge
State Highway Bridge 4016
Bridge Number: 5771
IN-225 Over Wabash River Near Battle Ground: Tippecanoe County, Indiana Metal Rivet-Connected Pratt Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 642 ft
Main Span Length: 158 ft
Roadway Width: 14.4 ft
Main Spans: 4
1912 By: Central States Bridge Company of Indianapolis, Indiana This bridge is a rare example of a fairly long one-lane truss bridge, and it is also a good example of how such a bridge can serve two-way traffic safely.Click to visit page.
Lye Creek Bridge
Montgomery County Bridge 57
Bridge Number: 5770
Indianapolis Greenways Over Central Canal Indianapolis: Marion County, Indiana Metal Pin-Connected Pratt Bedstead Truss, Fixed Total Length: 77 ft
Main Span Length: 70 ft
Roadway Width: 16 ft
Main Spans: 1
1879 By: Wrought Iron Bridge Company of Canton, Ohio This is one of the oldest and most impressive examples of a rare bedstead truss bridge in the country.Click to visit page.
Denniston Bridge
Miami County Bridge 63
Bridge Number: 5769
CR-440 West Over Eel River Rural: Miami County, Indiana Metal Pin-Connected Pratt Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 243 ft
Main Span Length: 120 ft
Roadway Width: 17.7 ft
Main Spans: 2
1883 By: Massillon Bridge Company of Massillon, Ohio This early and nicely ornamented Pratt truss is one of the finest examples of this once-common type in the area.Click to visit page.
Peru Railroad Bridge

Bridge Number: 5768
Railroad (Nickel Plate Trail Rail-Trail) Over Wabash River Peru: Miami County, Indiana Metal Rivet-Connected Pratt Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 587 ft
Main Span Length: 135 ft
Main Spans: 3
1940 By: Unknown This attractive riveted railroad bridge was repurposed as a pedestrian crossing.Click to visit page.
Business US-31 Bridge
Miami County Bridge 159
Bridge Number: 5767
Business US-31 (Blue Star Highway) Over Wabash River Peru: Miami County, Indiana Metal Rivet-Connected Parker Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 610 ft
Main Span Length: 200 ft
Roadway Width: 29 ft
Main Spans: 3
1939 By: Unknown This is an impressive and attractive example of a state-designed highway truss bridge.Click to visit page.
Potawatomi Park Bridge
Jasper County Bridge 735
Bridge Number: 5766
Pedestrian Walkway Over Iroquois River Rensselaer: Jasper County, Indiana Metal Bowstring Pony Truss, Fixed Main Span Length: 50 ft
Main Spans: 1
1871 By: Ohio Bridge Company of Cleveland, Ohio This relocated and preserved bridge is one of only a handful of rare Rezner patent bowstring bridges in the country.Click to visit page.
Big Jim Bridge
Montgomery County Bridge 49, Blair Ford Bridge
Bridge Number: 5765
Indianapolis Greenways Over Central Canal Indianapolis: Marion County, Indiana Metal Bowstring Pony Truss, Fixed Total Length: 90 ft
Main Span Length: 87 ft
Roadway Width: 16 ft
Main Spans: 1
1873 By: King Bridge Company of Cleveland, Ohio This rare cast and wrought iron bowstring truss bridge is a beautiful centerpiece to this park area.Click to visit page.
Shawnee Bridge
Warren County Bridge 36
Bridge Number: 5764
CR-100 East (CR-200 East) Over Wabash River Rural: Warren County, Indiana and Fountain County, Indiana Metal Rivet-Connected Double-Intersection Warren Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 810 ft
Main Span Length: 160 ft
Roadway Width: 20.7 ft
Main Spans: 5
1905 By: Attica Bridge Company of Attica, Indiana This is a large and early rivet-connected highway truss in Indiana with an uncommon truss configuration and attractive ornamentation.Click to visit page.
Tioga Bridge
White County Bridge 298
Bridge Number: 5763
Tioga Road Over Tippecanoe River Monticello: Carroll County, Indiana and White County, Indiana Metal Pin-Connected Whipple Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 453 ft
Main Span Length: 225 ft
Roadway Width: 14.4 ft
Main Spans: 2
1890 By: Wrought Iron Bridge Company of Canton, Ohio This rare multi-span Whipple truss is one of the finest examples of this bridge type in Indiana.Click to visit page.
! Clarendon Bridge

Bridge Number: 5762
US-79 (Old Alignment) Over White River Clarendon: Monroe County, Arkansas Metal Rivet-Connected Warren Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 4593 ft
Main Span Length: 400 ft
Roadway Width: 24 ft
Main Spans: 3
1931 By: Virginia Bridge and Iron Company of Roanoke, Virginia Despite its beauty, significance, good condition, this rare Arkansas cantilever truss bridge is slated for demolition.Click to visit page.
Cotter Bridge

Bridge Number: 5761
US-62B Over White River and Railroad (Missouri and North Arkansas) Cotter: Baxter County, Arkansas and Marion County, Arkansas Concrete Marsh (Standard) Rainbow Through Arch, Fixed Total Length: 1805 ft
Main Span Length: 216 ft
Roadway Width: 24 ft
Main Spans: 6
1930 By: Bateman Contracting Company of Nashville, Tennessee This is the most significant and visually impressive Marsh type rainbow arch bridge ever built, and the most significant historic concrete bridge in Arkansas.Click to visit page.
Martin Luther King Bridge
Veterans Memorial Bridge
Bridge Number: 5760
MO-799 S (Historic US-66) Over Mississippi River and Various Streets and Railroads St. Louis and East St. Louis: St. Louis City, Missouri and St. Clair County, Illinois Metal Rivet-Connected Warren Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 4010 ft
Main Span Length: 962 ft
Roadway Width: 38 ft
Main Spans: 3
1951 By: J. Howard, Inc. of Chicago, Illinois This bridge is noted for the length of its central cantilever truss span, and includes a separate approach through truss bridge in Illinois.Click to visit page.
Memphis and Arkansas Bridge

Bridge Number: 5759
I-55 Over Mississippi River Memphis: Shelby County, Tennessee and Crittenden County, Arkansas Metal Rivet-Connected Warren Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 5222.4 ft
Main Span Length: 790.4 ft
Roadway Width: 51.8 ft
Main Spans: 5
1949 By: Virginia Bridge and Iron Company of Roanoke, Virginia This is the newest of a unique trio of historic cantilever truss bridges that are located side by side.Click to visit page.
Harahan Bridge
Big River Crossing
Bridge Number: 5758
Railroad (Union Pacific) and Big River Crossing Over Mississippi River Memphis: Shelby County, Tennessee and Crittenden County, Arkansas Metal Multiple-Type-Connected Baltimore Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 4973 ft
Main Span Length: 790.4 ft
Main Spans: 4
1916 By: Pennsylvania Steel Company of Steelton, Pennsylvania This nationally significant bridge is unique for its location next to two other bridges and for its former highway deck converted for pedestrian use.Click to visit page.
Eads Bridge

Bridge Number: 5757
Washington Avenue (Riverpark Drive) and Railroad (MetroLink) Over Mississippi River and Various Streets and Railroads St. Louis and East St. Louis: St. Louis City, Missouri and St. Clair County, Illinois Metal Braced Ribbed Deck Arch, Fixed Total Length: 4007 ft
Main Span Length: 520 ft
Roadway Width: 46 ft
Main Spans: 3
1874 By: Kelly-Atkinson Construction Company of Chicago, Illinois This famous and nationally significant historic bridge is noted for its age, record-breaking size, and unusual design.Click to visit page.
Frisco Bridge
Memphis Bridge
Bridge Number: 5756
Railroad (BNSF) Over Mississippi River Memphis: Shelby County, Tennessee and Crittenden County, Arkansas Metal Pin-Connected Baltimore Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 4988 ft
Main Span Length: 790.4 ft
Roadway Width: 30 ft
Main Spans: 4
1892 By: Baird Brothers of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania The Frisco Bridge is the crowning achievement of a great engineer, and one of the oldest and largest cantilever truss bridges in the world.Click to visit page.
Daugherty Road Bridge

Bridge Number: 5755
Daugherty Road Over West Fork Crooked River Rural: Ray County, Missouri Metal Rivet-Connected Camelback Pony Truss, Fixed Total Length: 78 ft
Main Span Length: 78 ft
Roadway Width: 13.8 ft
Main Spans: 1
1925 By: Unknown This is one of several examples of this unusual truss bridge style built in both Kansas and Missouri.Click to visit page.
Bee Creek Boulevard Bridge

Bridge Number: 5754
Bee Creek Boulevard Over Bee Creek Rural: Platte County, Missouri Metal Rivet-Connected Camelback Pony Truss, Fixed Total Length: 103 ft
Main Span Length: 100 ft
Roadway Width: 20 ft
Main Spans: 1
1940 By: Unknown This is one of several examples of this unusual truss bridge style built in both Kansas and Missouri.Click to visit page.
! Granite Avenue Bridge

Bridge Number: 5753
Granite Avenue (CR-359) Over Big Creek Rural: Daviess County, Missouri Metal Pin-Connected Camelback Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 180 ft
Main Span Length: 160 ft
Roadway Width: 15.7 ft
Main Spans: 1
1910 By: John Dildine Bridge Company of Cameron, Missouri This is an uncommon example of a pin-connected Camelback truss bridge.Click to visit page.
Bonanza Bridge

Bridge Number: 5752
Bonanza Road Over Shoal Creek Rural: Caldwell County, Missouri Metal Pin-Connected Whipple Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 187 ft
Main Span Length: 187 ft
Roadway Width: 14 ft
Main Spans: 1
1883 By: Unknown This very old and rare Whipple truss was placed on the ground as a non-functional exhibit when it was replaced.Click to visit page.
Buffalo Road Bridge

Bridge Number: 5751
Buffalo Road Over Crooked River Rural: Ray County, Missouri Metal Pin-Connected Pratt Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 159 ft
Main Span Length: 119 ft
Roadway Width: 11.2 ft
Main Spans: 1
1908 By: Kansas City Bridge Company of Kansas City, Missouri This traditionally composed pin-connected Pratt through truss is located in an area that floods often.Click to visit page.
Crooked River Railroad Bridge

Bridge Number: 5750
Railroad (BNSF) Over Crooked River Rural: Ray County, Missouri Metal Pin-Connected Pratt Through Truss, Fixed Main Spans: 1 By: Unknown This is a traditionally composed pin-connected railroad through truss bridge.Click to visit page.
Lexington Avenue Bridge

Bridge Number: 5749
Lexington Avenue Over Chestnut Trafficway Kansas City: Jackson County, Missouri Metal Deck Girder, Fixed Total Length: 386 ft
Main Span Length: 65 ft
Roadway Width: 42.7 ft
Main Spans: 7
1901 By: Unknown This high level plate girder bridge is the oldest known highway bridge of this type in Missouri.Click to visit page.
Lake of the Woods Bridge

Bridge Number: 5748
Gregory Boulevard Over Lake of the Woods Spillway Kansas City: Jackson County, Missouri Concrete (Stone Faced) Deck Arch, Fixed Main Spans: 1 By: Unknown This is a small stone-faced concrete arch bridge that enhances its park setting.Click to visit page.
Broadway-Woodswether Viaduct

Bridge Number: 5747
Woodswether Road Over Railroad (Union Pacific) Kansas City: Jackson County, Missouri Metal Stringer (Multi-Beam), Fixed Total Length: 500 ft
Main Span Length: 120 ft
Roadway Width: 30 ft
Main Spans: 6
1951 By: George Bennett Construction Company This 1950s viaduct winds its way under the larger Broadway Bridge.Click to visit page.
Gregory Boulevard Bridge
71st Street Bridge
Bridge Number: 5746
Gregory Boulevard Over Big Blue River Kansas City: Jackson County, Missouri Concrete Open Spandrel Deck Arch, Fixed Total Length: 700 ft
Main Span Length: 140 ft
Roadway Width: 44 ft
Main Spans: 7
1917 By: Horton Concrete Construction Company This noted work of J.A.L. Waddell design is nearly impossible to view when leaves are on the trees.Click to visit page.
5th Street Bridge

Bridge Number: 5745
5th Street (E0450) Over Bird Creek Tributary Skiatook: Tulsa County, Oklahoma Metal Rivet-Connected Pratt Full-Slope Pony Truss, Fixed Total Length: 67 ft
Main Span Length: 60 ft
Roadway Width: 24 ft
Main Spans: 1
1920 By: Unknown This is a small riveted pony truss next to a park, with the least number of panels a full slope pony truss can have.Click to visit page.
John Zink Park Bridge

Bridge Number: 5744
Pedestrian Walkway Over Bird Creek Tributary Skiatook: Tulsa County, Oklahoma Metal Rivet-Connected Bowstring Through Truss, Fixed Main Spans: 1 By: Unknown This park footbridge has the hallmarks of a bridge that is composed of salvaged and reused riveted roof trusses from a building.Click to visit page.
US-60 Verdigris River Bridge

Bridge Number: 5743
US-60 Over Verdigris River Rural: Nowata County, Oklahoma Metal Rivet-Connected K-Parker Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 724 ft
Main Span Length: 210 ft
Roadway Width: 28 ft
Main Spans: 1
1954 By: Unknown This is a late but increasingly rare example of the K-Parker truss spans unique to this state.Click to visit page.
Strang Bridge

Bridge Number: 5742
Strang Road Over Lake Hudson (Neosho River) Rural: Mayes County, Oklahoma Metal Pin-Connected Parker Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 818 ft
Main Span Length: 177 ft
Roadway Width: 15 ft
Main Spans: 4
1922 By: Vincennes Bridge Company of Vincennes, Indiana Bypassed and abandoned, this is a late but rare surviving multi-span pin-connected through truss bridge.Click to visit page.
Bird Creek Bridge Truss Display

Bridge Number: 5741
Formerly OK-66 Westbound (Historic US-66) Over Formerly Bird Creek Catoosa: Rogers County, Oklahoma Metal Rivet-Connected K-Parker Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 824.8 ft
Main Span Length: 212 ft
Roadway Width: 24 ft
Main Spans: 3
1936 By: M. E. Gillioz of Monett, Missouri The truss spans of this bridge, which was replaced, were placed as decorations at two different nearby locations.Click to visit page.
H. Tom Kight Jr. Bridge

Bridge Number: 5740
OK-66 Eastbound (Historic US-66) Over Bird Creek Catoosa: Rogers County, Oklahoma Metal Rivet-Connected K-Parker Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 824.8 ft
Main Span Length: 212 ft
Roadway Width: 30 ft
Main Spans: 3
1956 By: M. E. Gillioz of Monett, Missouri This bridge continues to carry eastbound traffic while the older westbound truss bridge was replaced with the truss spans used as nearby decorations.Click to visit page.
Kellogg Bridge

Bridge Number: 5739
Pedestrian Walkway Over Small Lagoon Tulsa: Tulsa County, Oklahoma Metal Pin-Connected Pratt Bedstead Truss, Fixed Total Length: 51 ft
Main Span Length: 50 ft
Roadway Width: 15.7 ft
Main Spans: 1
1915 By: Rochester Bridge Company of Rochester, Indiana This rare bedstead truss bridge was relocated and preserved on the grounds of ODOT.Click to visit page.
North 4030 Road Bridge

Bridge Number: 5738
North 4030 Road Over Buck Creek Rural: Washington County, Oklahoma Metal Pin-Connected Pratt Bedstead Truss, Fixed Total Length: 115 ft
Main Span Length: 75 ft
Roadway Width: 15 ft
Main Spans: 1
1915 By: Rochester Bridge Company of Rochester, Indiana Bypassed and abandoned, this is an outstanding bedstead truss bridge of relatively long span length.Click to visit page.
185th East Avenue Bridge

Bridge Number: 5737
185th East Avenue Over Broken Arrow Creek Broken Arrow: Tulsa County, Oklahoma Metal Pin-Connected Kingpost Pony Truss, Fixed Total Length: 40 ft
Main Span Length: 38 ft
Roadway Width: 15.7 ft
Main Spans: 1
By: Unknown This is a very rare example of a Kingpost truss bridge.Click to visit page.
Parkwood Park Bridge

Bridge Number: 5736
Pedestrian Walkway Over Depression Kansas City: Wyandotte County, Kansas Concrete Closed Spandrel Deck Arch, Fixed Main Spans: 3 By: Unknown This unusual concrete arch bridge forms a visual centerpiece for Parkwood Park.Click to visit page.
X Platte Purchase Bridge
New Fairfax Bridge
Bridge Number: 5735
Northbound US-69 Over Missouri River and Railroad (Union Pacific) Kansas City and Riverside: Platte County, Missouri, and Wyandotte County, Kansas Metal Rivet-Connected Warren Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 2602 ft
Main Span Length: 475 ft
Roadway Width: 26 ft
Main Spans: 3
1957 By: Kansas City Bridge Company of Kansas City, Missouri This was the second and newer of what was once a pair of historic cantilever truss bridges at this location.Click to visit page.
Shawnee Road Bridge
Shawnee Street Overpass
Bridge Number: 5734
Shawnee Road Over 7th Street Trafficway (US-169) Kansas City: Wyandotte County, Kansas Metal Hingeless Solid Ribbed Deck Arch, Fixed Total Length: 94 ft
Main Span Length: 90 ft
Roadway Width: 24 ft
Main Spans: 1
1934 By: Kansas City Structural Steel Company of Kansas City, Kansas This is an uncommon example of a relatively short-span riveted steel deck arch bridge, and the only such bridge in Kansas.Click to visit page.
Westheight Park Bridges

Bridge Number: 5733
Pedestrian Walkway Over Jersey Creek Kansas City: Wyandotte County, Kansas Stone Segmental Deck Arch, Fixed Total Length: 22.2 ft
Main Spans: 1
By: Unknown Westheight Park has this pair of small, identical foot bridges with ornamental details.Click to visit page.
13th Street Bridge

Bridge Number: 5732
13th Street Over Pedestrian Walkway Kansas City: Wyandotte County, Kansas Stone Semicircular Deck Arch, Fixed Main Spans: 1 By: Unknown This bridge currently crosses a trail, but likely originally crossed a creek that appears to have been relocated.Click to visit page.

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