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

Bridge Number: 6003
Pedestrian Walkway Over Salzach Salzburg: Salzburg Metal Tied Through Arch, Fixed Total Length: 325 ft
Main Span Length: 106 ft
Roadway Width: 7.5 ft
Main Spans: 3
1903 By: Ignaz Gridl and E. Gaertner of Vienna, Austria This attractive footbridge was constructed as a toll bridge originally.Click to visit page.
U-Bahnbrücke Währinger Straße

Bridge Number: 6002
Railroad (U-Bahn) Over Währinger Straße Vienna (Wien): Vienna (Wien) Metal Through Girder, Fixed Total Length: 610 ft
Main Span Length: 123 ft
Main Spans: 4
1898 By: Unknown This series of overpass bridges with decorative fascias and piers connects to a historic U-Bahn station.Click to visit page.
U-Bahn Bridge Döblinger Hauptstrasse (U-Bahnbrücke Döblinger Hauptstraße)

Bridge Number: 6001
Railroad (U-Bahn) Over Döblinger Hauptstraße Vienna (Wien): Vienna (Wien) Metal Two-Hinged Solid Ribbed Deck Arch, Fixed Total Length: 116 ft
Main Span Length: 116 ft
Roadway Width: 29 ft
Main Spans: 1
By: Unknown This is one of several graceful and highly decorated arch bridges along the U-Bahn and S-Bahn railways in the area.Click to visit page.
U-Bahn Bridge Heiligenstädter Strasse (U-Bahnbrücke Heiligenstädter Strasse)

Bridge Number: 6000
Railroad (U-Bahn) Over Heiligenstädter Straße Vienna (Wien): Vienna (Wien) Metal Two-Hinged Solid Ribbed Deck Arch, Fixed Total Length: 116 ft
Main Span Length: 116 ft
Roadway Width: 29 ft
Main Spans: 1
By: Unknown This is one of several graceful and highly decorated arch bridges along the U-Bahn and S-Bahn railways in the area.Click to visit page.
U-Bahn Bridge Döblinger Gürtel (U-Bahnbrücke Döblinger Gürtel)

Bridge Number: 5999
Railroad (U-Bahn) Over Gürtelbrücke (221) and Heiligenstädter Straße Vienna (Wien): Vienna (Wien) Metal Two-Hinged Solid Ribbed Deck Arch, Fixed Main Spans: 1 By: Unknown Passing over a road and another bridge, this is one of several graceful and highly decorated arch bridges along the U-Bahn and S-Bahn railways in the area.Click to visit page.
S-Bahn Bridge (S-Bahnbrücke Heiligenstädter Strasse)

Bridge Number: 5998
Railroad (S-Bahn) Over Heiligenstädter Straße Vienna (Wien): Vienna (Wien) Metal Two-Hinged Solid Ribbed Deck Arch, Fixed Total Length: 87 ft
Main Span Length: 87 ft
Roadway Width: 29 ft
Main Spans: 1
By: Unknown This is one of several graceful and highly decorated arch bridges along the U-Bahn and S-Bahn railways in the area.Click to visit page.
Stuben Bridge (Stubenbrücke)

Bridge Number: 5997
Weiskirchnerstraße Over Wien River (Wienfluss) Vienna (Wien): Vienna (Wien) Metal Deck Girder, Fixed Total Length: 94.4 ft
Main Span Length: 87 ft
Roadway Width: 49 ft
Main Spans: 1
1900 By: Unknown This bridge has lost a lot of its original ornamentation making it look more simple than the other nearby bridges over this river.Click to visit page.
Small Marxer Bridge (Kleine Marxerbrücke)

Bridge Number: 5996
Marxergasse Over Wien River (Wienfluss) Vienna (Wien): Vienna (Wien) Metal Deck Girder, Fixed Total Length: 94.4 ft
Main Span Length: 87 ft
Roadway Width: 9.9 ft
Main Spans: 1
1900 By: Unknown Hidden behind some of the most beautiful ornamentation ever seen on this type of bridge is actually a simple utilitarian plate girder bridge.Click to visit page.
Radetzky Bridge (Radetzkybrücke)

Bridge Number: 5995
Uraniastraße Over Wien River (Wienfluss) Vienna (Wien): Vienna (Wien) Metal Deck Girder, Fixed Total Length: 100 ft
Main Span Length: 45 ft
Roadway Width: 76.7 ft
Main Spans: 2
1900 By: Unknown One of several beautiful and ornate bridges on this river, this bridge stands out with its arched girders.Click to visit page.
Schemerl Railway Bridge
Danube Canal U-Bahn Bridge
Bridge Number: 5994
Railroad (U-Bahn Railway) Over Danube Canal (Donaukanal) Vienna (Wien): Vienna (Wien) Metal Tied Solid Ribbed Through Arch, Fixed Main Span Length: 300 ft
Main Spans: 1
By: Unknown This unique bridge has three truss lines and accommodates both traffic and also machinery related to the dam and lock system at this location.Click to visit page.
Schemerl Bridge (Schemerlbrücke)
Josef von Schemerl Bridge (Josef von Schemerl-Brücke)
Bridge Number: 5993
Am Brigittenaurer Sporn Over Danube Canal (Donaukanal) Vienna (Wien): Vienna (Wien) Metal Rivet-Connected Whipple Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 164 ft
Main Span Length: 160.8 ft
Roadway Width: 26.7 ft
Main Spans: 1
1898 By: Unknown This unique bridge has three truss lines and accommodates both traffic and also machinery related to the dam and lock system at this location.Click to visit page.
Petőfi Bridge (Petőfi híd)

Bridge Number: 5992
Ferenc körút (Nagykörút) and Irinyi József utca Over Danube River (Duna) Budapest: Pest County, Central Hungary (Pest megye, Magyarország) Metal Rivet-Connected Warren Deck Truss, Fixed Total Length: 1240.2 ft
Main Span Length: 505.2 ft
Main Spans: 3
1937 By: Hungarian Royal State Iron, Steel and Machine Factory of Budapest, Hungary This relatively simple looking continuous deck truss bridge is a contrast to the more ornate bridges in Budapest.Click to visit page.
Elisabeth Bridge (Erzsébet híd)

Bridge Number: 5991
Szabad sajtó út Over Danube River (Duna) Budapest: Pest County, Central Hungary (Pest megye, Magyarország) Metal Plate Girder Stiffening Wire Cable Suspension, Fixed Total Length: 1242.1 ft
Main Span Length: 951.4 ft
Main Spans: 1
1964 By: Ganz–MÁVAG Unlike the other bridges destroyed in the war, this was one bridge which was replaced with a new bridge that did not resemble the destroyed bridge.Click to visit page.
Margaret Bridge (Margit híd)

Bridge Number: 5990
Szent István körút (Nagykörút) and Margit körút Over Danube River (Duna) Budapest: Pest County, Central Hungary (Pest megye, Magyarország) Metal Two-Hinged Solid Ribbed Spandrel Braced Deck Arch, Fixed Total Length: 1993.4 ft
Main Span Length: 288 ft
Roadway Width: 36.3 ft
Main Spans: 6
1876 By: This unique and beautiful arch bridge has a bend halfway across the river and a branch span to a nearby island.Click to visit page.
Kleine Ungarbrücke (Little Hungarian Bridge)

Bridge Number: 5989
Pedestrian Walkway Over Wien River (Wienfluss) and Railway (U-Bahn-Linie U4) Vienna (Wien): Vienna (Wien) Metal Solid Ribbed Spandrel Braced Deck Arch, Fixed Total Length: 85.3 ft
Main Span Length: 85.3 ft
Roadway Width: 38 ft
Main Spans: 1
1872 By: Société Anonyme des Hauts Fourneaux, Usines et Charbonnages de Sclessin of Liège, Belgium This very ornate bridge is a former vehicular bridge that was relocated here in 1898 and turned into a footbridge.Click to visit page.
Pont Caquot (Caquot Bridge)
Pont Neuf
Bridge Number: 5988
D1201 Over Les Usses Allonzier-la-Caille: Haute-Savoie, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Concrete Open Spandrel Deck Arch, Fixed Total Length: 761 ft
Main Span Length: 451 ft
Main Spans: 1
1928 By: Compagnie Lyonnaise d'Entreprises This large concrete arch bridge constructed high above the river it crosses was a replacement for the nearby 1839 suspension bridge.Click to visit page.
Pont Charles-Albert (Charles Albert Bridge)
Pont de la Caille
Bridge Number: 5987
D3B Over Les Usses Allonzier-la-Caille: Haute-Savoie, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Metal Pony Truss Stiffening Wire Cable Suspension, Fixed Total Length: 630 ft
Main Span Length: 630 ft
Main Spans: 1
1839 By: Unknown This ancient suspension bridge is noted for its height above the river and its unique towers that look like part of a castle.Click to visit page.
Chain Bridge (Széchenyi lánchíd)

Bridge Number: 5986
Alagút út Over Danube River (Duna) Budapest: Pest County, Central Hungary (Pest megye, Magyarország) Metal Pony Truss Stiffening Eyebar Chain Suspension, Fixed Total Length: 1230 ft
Main Span Length: 663 ft
Main Spans: 3
1849 By: Adam Clark This is the most famous bridge in Budapest and has a long history as an important crossing for the city.Click to visit page.
! Arlington Memorial Bridge

Bridge Number: 5985
Memorial Avenue Over Potomac River Washington: District of Columbia Metal Rivet-Connected Deck Truss, Movable: Double Leaf Bascule Total Length: 2057 ft
Main Span Length: 225 ft
Roadway Width: 60 ft
Main Spans: 1
1932 By: Hunkin-Conkey Construction Company of Cleveland, Ohio The National Park Service chose to demolish and replace the main span of this bridge, one of the most beautiful and unique bascule spans in the world.Click to visit page.
Zollamtsbrücke
Wienflussbrücke
Bridge Number: 5984
Railway (U-Bahn-Linie U4) Over Wien River (Wienfluss) Vienna (Wien): Vienna (Wien) Metal Rivet-Connected Double-Intersection Warren Pony Truss, Fixed Total Length: 211.1 ft
Main Spans: 1
1900 By: Anton Biró This bridge allows the U-Bahn subway to emerge from the underground and cross the river directly under a footbridge.Click to visit page.
Zollamtssteg

Bridge Number: 5983
Pedestrian Walkway Over Wien River (Wienfluss) and Railway (U-Bahn-Linie U4) Vienna (Wien): Vienna (Wien) Metal Solid Ribbed Through Arch, Fixed Total Length: 105 ft
Main Span Length: 105 ft
Main Spans: 1
1900 By: Anton Biró This beautiful bridge is made unique because it crosses over a historic railway truss bridge as well.Click to visit page.
Pont Sur Le Thiou

Bridge Number: 5982
Rue Perrière Over Le Thiou Annecy: Haute-Savoie, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Stone Elliptical Deck Arch, Fixed Total Length: 54 ft
Main Span Length: 54 ft
Main Spans: 2
By: Unknown This stone arch bridge carries heavy pedestrian traffic in the heart of Annecy.Click to visit page.
Pont des Amours (Bridge of Loves)

Bridge Number: 5981
Pedestrian Walkway Over Canal du Vassé Annecy: Haute-Savoie, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Metal Solid Ribbed Deck Arch, Fixed Total Length: 72 ft
Main Span Length: 72 ft
Main Spans: 1
1907 By: Charles Galletto This handsome riveted steel arch footbridge is a popular local crossing.Click to visit page.
Waldshut-Koblenz Bridge (Rheinbrücke Waldshut–Koblenz)

Bridge Number: 5980
Railroad (S-Bahn Aargau and S-Bahn Zürich) Over Rhine River (Rhein) Waldshut-Tiengen and Koblenz: Freiburg, Baden-Württemberg and Aargau Canton Metal Rivet-Connected Lattice Deck Girder, Fixed Total Length: 180.1 ft
Main Span Length: 623.3 ft
Main Spans: 3
1859 By: Gebrüder Benckiser of Pforzheim, Germany This outstanding lattice girder is noted as the oldest surviving intact railway bridge on the Rhine.Click to visit page.
Linderhof Palace Bridge (Schloss Linderhof Brücke)

Bridge Number: 5979
Old Palace Entrance Road Over Linder River Rural: Upper Bavaria (Oberbayern), Bavaria (Bayern) Metal Rivet-Connected Polygonal Warren Pony Truss, Fixed Main Spans: 1 By: Unknown Although bypassed by a new entrance roadway and bridge now, this bridge appears to be the former main entrance and bridge for Linderhof Palace.Click to visit page.
Queen Mary's Bridge (Marienbrücke)

Bridge Number: 5978
Pedestrian Walkway Over Pollät Gorge Schwangau (Hohenschwangau): Swabia (Schwaben), Bavaria (Bayern) Metal Hingeless Solid Ribbed Spandrel Braced Deck Arch, Fixed Total Length: 115 ft
Main Span Length: 115 ft
Main Spans: 1
1866 By: Maschinenbau-Gesellschaft Nürnberg, Klett & Co. Due to its age, integrity, association with an important German engineer, and its unique location in the shadow of a famous castle, this is among the most significant historic bridges in Germany.Click to visit page.
Döblinger Footbridge (Döblinger Steg)

Bridge Number: 5977
Pedestrian Walkway Over Danube Canal (Donaukanal) Vienna (Wien): Vienna (Wien) Metal Rivet-Connected Pratt Through Truss, Fixed Main Span Length: 200 ft
Roadway Width: 16.4 ft
Main Spans: 1
1911 By: Aktiengesellschaft R. Ph. Waagner - L. J. Biró and A. Kurz of Vienna, Austria This is a beautiful footbridge with impressive ornamental portals.Click to visit page.
Liberty Bridge (Szabadság híd)
Franz Joseph Bridge (Ferenc József híd), Fővám téri híd
Bridge Number: 5976
Kelenhegyi út and Vámház körút Over Danube River (Duna) Budapest: Pest County, Central Hungary (Pest megye, Magyarország) Metal Rivet-Connected Pratt Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 1094.5 ft
Main Span Length: 560.2 ft
Roadway Width: 66 ft
Main Spans: 3
1896 By: Hungarian Royal State Iron, Steel and Machine Factory of Budapest, Hungary This bridge is one of the most ornamented metal truss bridges in the world, and is also noted for its early and graceful cantilever truss design.Click to visit page.
Mohrs Road Bridge
5th Concession Bridge
Bridge Number: 5975
Mohrs Road Over Mississippi River Ottawa (Galletta): Ottawa City, Ontario Concrete Closed Spandrel Deck Arch, Fixed Main Spans: 1 1919 By: Unknown This is a small but early and uncommon Ontario example of a concrete arch bridge.Click to visit page.
Mohrs Road Railroad Overpass

Bridge Number: 5974
Railroad (Ottawa Nepean Railway) (Renfrew Spur) Over Mohrs Road Ottawa (Galletta): Ottawa City, Ontario Wood Stringer (Multi-Beam), Fixed Main Spans: 3 By: Unknown This is the last remaining timber overpass bridge in Ottawa.Click to visit page.
Galletta Railway Bridge

Bridge Number: 5973
Railroad (Ottawa Nepean Railway) (Renfrew Spur) Over Mississippi River Ottawa (Galletta): Ottawa City, Ontario Metal Rivet-Connected Double-Intersection Warren Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 280 ft
Main Span Length: 140 ft
Main Spans: 2
1893 By: Dominion Bridge Company of Montréal, Québec This railway bridge is an early rivet-connected truss bridge with an uncommon truss configuration.Click to visit page.
Conley Bridge

Bridge Number: 5972
Jock Trail Over Jock River Ottawa (Rural): Ottawa City, Ontario Metal Rivet-Connected Warren Pony Truss, Fixed Total Length: 60 ft
Main Span Length: 60 ft
Main Spans: 1
1947 By: Ontario Bridge Company of Toronto, Ontario This bridge is a traditional Warren pony truss bridge from the 1940s.Click to visit page.
Whitney Bridge

Bridge Number: 5971
KH-60 Over Madawaska River Whitney: Nipissing District, Ontario Concrete Closed Spandrel Deck Arch, Fixed Main Spans: 1 1941 By: Unknown This is a rare example of a concrete arch bridge in this region of Ontario.Click to visit page.
Inholmes Bridge

Bridge Number: 5970
Broadbent Road Over Manitouwabing River Inholmes (Township of Mckellar): Parry Sound District, Ontario Concrete T-Beam, Fixed Total Length: 82 ft
Main Spans: 1
By: Unknown This is an early and unaltered surviving example of a concrete t-beam in Ontario of decent span length for this type of bridge.Click to visit page.
Pakenham Bridge
Five-Span Stone Bridge
Bridge Number: 5969
Kinburn Side Road (CR-20) Over Mississippi River Pakenham (Mississippi Mills): Lanark County, Ontario Stone Segmental Deck Arch, Fixed Total Length: 268 ft
Main Span Length: 40 ft
Main Spans: 5
1901 By: O'Toole and Keating of Ottawa, Ontario This is an outstanding, long, and extremely rare example of a stone arch bridge in Canada.Click to visit page.
! Madawaska KH-60 Bridge

Bridge Number: 5968
KH-60 Over Madawaska River Madawaska: Nipissing District, Ontario Concrete T-Beam, Fixed Main Spans: 3 1942 By: Unknown Although altered and not visually remarkable, this t-beam design is uncommon in Ontario.Click to visit page.
Madawaska Railway Bridge

Bridge Number: 5967
Railroad (Rail-Trail) Over Madawaska River Madawaska: Nipissing District, Ontario Metal Rivet-Connected Warren Pony Truss, Fixed Main Spans: 1 1894 By: Unknown This rare railroad pony truss bridge was reconfigured and reused as a trail bridge.Click to visit page.
Qiantang River Bridge (钱塘江大桥)
Qianjiang Bridge (钱江一桥)
Bridge Number: 5966
Hupao Road (虎跑路), Jiangnan Avenue (江南大道), and Railroad Over Qiantang River (钱塘江) Hangzhou (杭州): Shangcheng District (上城区) and Binjiang District (滨江区), Zhejiang (浙江) Metal Rivet-Connected Warren Deck Truss, Fixed Total Length: 3517 ft
Main Span Length: 220 ft
Main Spans: 16
1937 By: Dorman Long of Middlesbrough, England The work of a famous Chinese engineer, and one of the earliest surviving large river bridges in China, this is an extremely long double-deck truss bridge.Click to visit page.
Gaotang 3rd Road Bridge (皋唐三路桥)

Bridge Number: 5965
Gaotang 3rd Road (皋唐三路) Over Grand Canal (大运河) Hangzhou (杭州): Jianggan District (江干区), Zhejiang (浙江) Concrete Howe Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 223 ft
Main Span Length: 178 ft
Main Spans: 1
By: Unknown This extremely rare concrete truss bridge has been rehabilitated and continues to carry local traffic.Click to visit page.
Linville Creek Bridge

Bridge Number: 5964
VA-1421 (Old Alignment) Over Linville Creek Broadway: Rockingham County, Virginia Metal Pin-Connected Thacher Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 136 ft
Main Span Length: 136 ft
Roadway Width: 10.8 ft
Main Spans: 1
1898 By: Wrought Iron Bridge Company of Canton, Ohio One of the last surviving examples of a bridge with the rare Thacher truss configuration, this bypassed bridge also has unique cast iron details.Click to visit page.
Phoenix Bridge
Ball Park Road Bridge
Bridge Number: 5963
Ball Park Road (VA-685) Over Craig Creek Rural: Botetourt County, Virginia Metal Pin-Connected Pratt Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 267 ft
Main Span Length: 152 ft
Roadway Width: 11.5 ft
Main Spans: 1
1887 By: Phoenix Bridge Company of Phoenixville, Pennsylvania This is one of the finest Phoenix column truss bridges in the country, and also has an unusual riveted Warren deck truss span as well.Click to visit page.
Hazen Bridge
Newcomb Bridge
Bridge Number: 5962
CR-2600 North (TR-85) Over Sangamon River Rural: Champaign County, Illinois Metal Pin-Connected Pratt Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 359 ft
Main Span Length: 120 ft
Roadway Width: 13.5 ft
Main Spans: 1
1893 By: Seevers Manufacturing Company of Oskaloosa, Iowa This bridge is unique and highly significant for its substructure consisting of cast iron bents.Click to visit page.
Bolivia Road Bridge
Lanesville Bridge
Bridge Number: 5961
Bolivia Road (CR-1000 East, TR-518) Over Sangamon River Rural: Sangamon County, Illinois and Christian County, Illinois Metal Pin-Connected Parker Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 622 ft
Main Span Length: 180 ft
Roadway Width: 15 ft
Main Spans: 1
1901 By: J. T. Garrett of St. Louis, Missouri This bridge is noted for its use of ornamentation, which was unusual for bridges in rural locations.Click to visit page.
! Cascade Bridge

Bridge Number: 5960
South Main Street Over Cascade Ravine Burlington: Des Moines County, Iowa Metal Pin-Connected Baltimore Deck Truss, Fixed Total Length: 464 ft
Main Span Length: 204 ft
Roadway Width: 30 ft
Main Spans: 1
1896 By: Milwaukee Bridge and Iron Works of Milwaukee, Wisconsin This is a rare example of a high level style pin-connected Baltimore deck truss.Click to visit page.
35th Street Bridge

Bridge Number: 5959
35th Street Over Railroad (BNSF) (Fort Madison Yard) Fort Madison: Lee County, Iowa Metal Pin-Connected Whipple Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 615 ft
Main Span Length: 255 ft
Main Spans: 1
By: Unknown This is an ancient and rare railroad Whipple truss that long ago was relocated here to serve as a highway overpass.Click to visit page.
Vachel Lindsay Bridge

Bridge Number: 5858
Long Bay Drive Over Lake Springfield Springfield: Sangamon County, Illinois Concrete Closed Spandrel (Ribbed) Deck Arch, Fixed Total Length: 1398 ft
Main Span Length: 100 ft
Roadway Width: 22 ft
Main Spans: 11
1933 By: Unknown This is one of the largest examples in the country of an extremely rare bridge type, a cantilevered concrete arch bridge.Click to visit page.
CR-375 North Bridge
TR-373 Becks Creek Bridge
Bridge Number: 5857
CR-375 North (TR-373) Over Becks Creek Rural: Shelby County, Illinois Metal Pin-Connected Pratt Bedstead Truss, Fixed Total Length: 65 ft
Main Span Length: 65 ft
Roadway Width: 13.5 ft
Main Spans: 1
1899 By: Unknown This is an abandoned but outstanding example of a bedstead truss bridge, due to its intact and unaltered legs.Click to visit page.
CR-575 North Bridge
TR-317 Becks Creek Bridge
Bridge Number: 5856
CR-575 North (TR-317) Over Becks Creek Rural: Shelby County, Illinois Metal Rivet-Connected Pratt Bedstead Truss, Fixed Total Length: 60 ft
Main Span Length: 59.4 ft
Roadway Width: 13.8 ft
Main Spans: 1
1909 By: Unknown Although closed, this remains a good example of a rare rivet-connected bedstead truss bridge.Click to visit page.
X MO-79 Noix Creek Bridge

Bridge Number: 5855
MO-79 (3rd Street) Over Noix Creek Louisiana: Pike County, Missouri Metal Rivet-Connected Polygonal Warren Pony Truss, Fixed Total Length: 217 ft
Main Span Length: 101 ft
Roadway Width: 24 ft
Main Spans: 1
1935 By: Otto W. Knutson of Kansas City, Missouri This bridge was noted for its very unusual design details, which resulted from a combination of a 47 degree skew and a superelevation for a curve.Click to visit page.
! Champ Clark Bridge

Bridge Number: 5854
US-54 (Mansion Street) Over Mississippi River and Railroad Louisiana: Pike County, Missouri and Pike County, Illinois Metal Rivet-Connected Pennsylvania Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 2279 ft
Main Span Length: 418.7 ft
Roadway Width: 20 ft
Main Spans: 5
1928 By: Missouri Valley Bridge and Iron Company of Leavenworth, Kansas The beautiful design of this bridge with its large Pennsylvania truss spans was not enough to save it from the scrapyard.Click to visit page.
Satterlee Hollow Road Bridge
Berlin Bridge
Bridge Number: 5853
Satterlee Hollow Road Over Little Hoosick River Rural (Near Berlin): Rensselaer County, New York Metal Rivet-Connected Bowstring Pony Truss, Fixed Total Length: 52.8 ft
Main Span Length: 52.8 ft
Roadway Width: 16 ft
Main Spans: 1
By: Unknown With a true curve to its top chord, this riveted truss bridge may be unique in the United States with its European style bowstring appearance.Click to visit page.
TR-343 South Fork Bridge #2
CR-150 South Fork Bridge #2
Bridge Number: 5852
CR-150 North (TR-343) Over South Fork Sangamon River Rural: Christian County, Illinois Metal Rivet-Connected Warren Bedstead Truss, Fixed Total Length: 80 ft
Main Span Length: 49 ft
Roadway Width: 13.5 ft
Main Spans: 1
By: Unknown Despite legs being partially encased in concrete, this is an excellent and rare example of a rivet-connected and Warren truss bedstead.Click to visit page.
CR-150 South Fork Bridge #1
TR-343 South Fork Bridge #1
Bridge Number: 5851
CR-150 North (TR-343) Over South Fork Sangamon River Rural: Christian County, Illinois Metal Rivet-Connected Warren Bedstead Truss, Fixed Total Length: 51 ft
Main Span Length: 50 ft
Roadway Width: 13.8 ft
Main Spans: 1
By: Unknown Despite legs being encased in concrete, this is an excellent and rare example of a rivet-connected and Warren truss bedstead.Click to visit page.
CR-450 North Bridge
TR-297 Prairie Fork Bridge
Bridge Number: 5850
CR-450 North (TR-297) Over Prairie Fork Rural: Christian County, Illinois Metal Pin-Connected Pratt Bedstead Truss, Fixed Total Length: 62 ft
Main Span Length: 61.4 ft
Roadway Width: 13.8 ft
Main Spans: 1
By: Unknown This bedstead pony truss remains in decent condition despite flooding, with one huge exception being one of the endposts has broken.Click to visit page.
CR-1800 North Bridge
TR-121 Big George Branch Bridge
Bridge Number: 5849
CR-1800 North (TR-121) Over Big George Branch Rural: Christian County, Illinois Metal Rivet-Connected Warren Bedstead Truss, Fixed Total Length: 82 ft
Main Span Length: 39 ft
Roadway Width: 14 ft
Main Spans: 1
By: Unknown This is a small but rare example of a riveted Warren bedstead truss bridge.Click to visit page.
CR-2200 East Bridge
TR-264 Flat Branch Bridge
Bridge Number: 5848
CR-2200 East (TR-264) Over Flat Branch Rural: Christian County, Illinois Metal Rivet-Connected Pratt Bedstead Truss, Fixed Total Length: 100 ft
Main Span Length: 68 ft
Roadway Width: 13 ft
Main Spans: 1
By: Unknown This rivet-connected bedstead pony truss has been abandoned.Click to visit page.
CR-2475 North Bridge
TR-53 Buckhart Creek Bridge
Bridge Number: 5847
CR-2475 North (TR-53) Over Buckhart Creek Rural: Christian County, Illinois Metal Pin-Connected Pratt Bedstead Truss, Fixed Total Length: 61 ft
Main Span Length: 60 ft
Roadway Width: 13.5 ft
Main Spans: 1
By: Lafayette Bridge Company of Lafayette, Indiana Although abandoned, this remains an excellent and unaltered example of a bedstead pony truss bridge.Click to visit page.
River Road Bridge

Bridge Number: 5846
River Road (CR-65) Over Barge Canal Rural: Montgomery County, New York Metal Rivet-Connected Double-Intersection Warren Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 359 ft
Main Span Length: 200 ft
Roadway Width: 15 ft
Main Spans: 1
1910 By: Unknown This remarkable bridge consists of a cantilever structure where a through truss bears on an unusual plate girder cantilever at one end.Click to visit page.
Spengler Bridge

Bridge Number: 5845
Spangler Road Over Kinderhook Creek Rural: Columbia County, New York Metal Pin-Connected Pratt Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 148 ft
Main Span Length: 140 ft
Roadway Width: 14.8 ft
Main Spans: 1
1880 By: Morse Bridge Company of Youngstown, Ohio This is a very rare example of a bridge built by the Morse Bridge Company, which was known for their variety of designs and ornamental details.Click to visit page.
Buskirk Ford Bridge

Bridge Number: 5844
2500th Street (TR-416) Over McKee Creek Rural: Adams County, Illinois Metal Pin-Connected Pratt Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 91 ft
Main Span Length: 72 ft
Roadway Width: 13.8 ft
Main Spans: 1
1885 By: Morse Bridge Company of Youngstown, Ohio This short through truss is an extremely rare surviving bridge by the Morse Bridge Company, a builder known for unique and decorative details.Click to visit page.
CR-2200 East Bridge
TR-258 Bridge
Bridge Number: 5843
CR-2200 East (TR-258) Over Lake Fork Rural: Christian County, Illinois Metal Pin-Connected Pratt Bedstead Truss, Fixed Total Length: 35 ft
Main Span Length: 34 ft
Roadway Width: 15.7 ft
Main Spans: 1
1898 By: Unknown This small bedstead pony truss has had its legs encased in a concrete abutment.Click to visit page.
TR-138 South Fork Bridge

Bridge Number: 5842
CR-1100 East (TR-138) Over South Fork Sangamon River Rural: Christian County, Illinois Metal Pin-Connected Pratt Bedstead Truss, Fixed Total Length: 91 ft
Main Span Length: 59 ft
Roadway Width: 13 ft
Main Spans: 1
By: Unknown This impressive bedstead truss bridge stands abandoned with its approach washed away.Click to visit page.
Cedar Bluff Bridge

Bridge Number: 5841
346th Road (198th Road) Over Lindley Creek Rural: Polk County, Missouri Metal Pin-Connected Pratt Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 159 ft
Main Span Length: 117 ft
Roadway Width: 11.5 ft
Main Spans: 1
1911 By: Canton Bridge Company of Canton, Ohio This traditional Pratt through truss carried a road that made a sharp ninety degree turn before crossing the bridge.Click to visit page.
Dorman Bridge

Bridge Number: 5840
CR-273 Over Pomme de Terre River Rural: Hickory County, Missouri Metal Pin-Connected Parker Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 404 ft
Main Span Length: 200 ft
Roadway Width: 13.8 ft
Main Spans: 1
By: Unknown This is a later but attractive example of a pin-connected Parker through truss bridge.Click to visit page.
! Jefferson Avenue Footbridge

Bridge Number: 5839
Jefferson Avenue (Pedestrian Walkway) Over Railroad (BNSF) Springfield: Greene County, Missouri Metal Rivet-Connected Warren Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 562 ft
Main Span Length: 175 ft
Main Spans: 3
1902 By: American Bridge Company of New York, New York This is an extremely rare cantilever truss footbridge, and an early surviving cantilever truss of any type as well.Click to visit page.
AR-7 Harp Creek Bridge

Bridge Number: 5838
AR-7 Over Harp Creek Rural: Newton County, Arkansas Concrete Open Spandrel Deck Arch, Fixed Total Length: 117 ft
Main Span Length: 65 ft
Roadway Width: 20 ft
Main Spans: 1
1928 By: Luten Bridge Company of Little Rock, Arkansas A rare example of a Luten arch bridge in Arkansas, this one was built by an in-state contractor.Click to visit page.
Ozark Mill Bridge

Bridge Number: 5837
West McCracken Street Over Finley Creek Ozark: Christian County, Missouri Metal Rivet-Connected Baltimore Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 204 ft
Main Span Length: 98 ft
Roadway Width: 18 ft
Main Spans: 2
1922 By: Pioneer Construction Company of Malvern, Arkansas This rare Baltimore riveted through truss forms an attractive crossing for the City of Ozark, as the only truss bridge located in the city.Click to visit page.
Green Bridge

Bridge Number: 5836
Smyrna Road Over Finley Creek Rural: Christian County, Missouri Metal Pin-Connected Pratt Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 281 ft
Main Span Length: 119 ft
Roadway Width: 11.8 ft
Main Spans: 1
1912 By: Canton Bridge Company of Canton, Ohio This is a later, but classic example of a pin-connected Pratt truss bridge.Click to visit page.
Hawkins Ford Bridge

Bridge Number: 5835
Seneca Road Over Finley Creek Rural: Christian County, Missouri Metal Pin-Connected Pratt Full-Slope Pony Truss, Fixed Total Length: 161 ft
Main Span Length: 80 ft
Roadway Width: 11.8 ft
Main Spans: 2
1915 By: Canton Bridge Company of Canton, Ohio This is a rare two-span example of a pin-connected pony truss bridge.Click to visit page.
Red Bridge

Bridge Number: 5834
Red Bridge Road Over Bull Creek Rural: Christian County, Missouri Metal Pin-Connected Pratt Full-Slope Pony Truss, Fixed Total Length: 255 ft
Main Span Length: 86 ft
Roadway Width: 11.5 ft
Main Spans: 3
1915 By: Canton Bridge Company of Canton, Ohio This is a rare multi-span example of a pin-connected pony truss bridge.Click to visit page.
Rough Hollow Bridge

Bridge Number: 5833
CR-281 Over Pomme de Terre River Rural: Hickory County, Missouri Metal Pin-Connected Pratt Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 257 ft
Main Span Length: 180 ft
Roadway Width: 13.8 ft
Main Spans: 1
1891 By: Wrought Iron Bridge Company of Canton, Ohio This is a very long span 19th century pin-connected Pratt truss span.Click to visit page.
Warsaw Upper Bridge

Bridge Number: 5832
Swinging Bridge Road (Old MO-7) Over Osage River Warsaw: Benton County, Missouri Metal Wire Cable Suspension, Fixed Total Length: 600 ft
Main Span Length: 510 ft
Roadway Width: 14 ft
Main Spans: 3
1928 By: Joseph A. Dice This is the largest and only preserved example of Joseph Dice's unique primitive but durable suspension bridges.Click to visit page.
! 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.

Counties Represented In This List


District of Columbia
Freiburg, Baden-Württemberg and Aargau Canton
Haute-Savoie, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes
Pest County, Central Hungary (Pest megye, Magyarország)
Salzburg
Swabia (Schwaben), Bavaria (Bayern)
Upper Bavaria (Oberbayern), Bavaria (Bayern)
Vienna (Wien)

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