Historic Bridges: Mississippi River and Railroad
Special Bridge Conditions Legend: R - Former location of relocated bridge.
! - At risk for demolition or destruction.
X - Confirmed demolished or
- Dismantled and/or in storage.
Severe loss of historic integrity due to alteration.
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Total Bridges Found: 4
US-54 (Mansion Street) Over Mississippi River and Railroad in Louisiana: Pike County, Missouri and Pike County, Illinois, United States
Metal 18 Panel Rivet-Connected Pennsylvania Through Truss, Fixed and Approach Spans: Metal Deck Girder, Fixed
Length: 2,279 ft.
Main Span: 419 ft.
Roadway: 20 ft.
Main Spans: 5
By: Missouri Valley Bridge and Iron Company of Leavenworth, Kansas
and Harrington, Howard, and Ash
US-30 (8th Avenue and Clinton Road) Over Mississippi River and Railroad in Clinton and Fulton: Clinton County, Iowa and Whiteside County, Illinois, United States
Metal Pony Truss Stiffening Wire Cable Suspension, Fixed and Approach Spans: Metal Deck Girder, Fixed
Length: 4,165 ft.
Main Span: 644 ft.
Roadway: 26 ft.
Main Spans: 1
By: Allied Structural Steel Company of Chicago, Illinois and Clinton Bridge and Iron Works of Clinton, Iowa
and Modjeski and Masters
US-63 Over Mississippi River and Railroad in Red Wing and Pucketville: Goodhue County, Minnesota and Pierce County, Wisconsin, United States
Metal Cantilever Rivet-Connected Warren Through Truss, Fixed and Approach Spans: Metal Pin and Hanger Deck Girder, Fixed
Length: 1,631 ft.
Main Span: 432 ft.
Roadway: 30 ft.
Main Spans: 3
By: Industrial Construction Company
and Alfred Benesch and Associates of Chicago, Illinois
Robert Street (MN-3) Over Mississippi River and Railroad in St. Paul: Ramsey County, Minnesota, United States
Concrete Rainbow Through Arch, Fixed and Approach Spans: Concrete Open Spandrel Deck Arch, Fixed
Length: 1,429 ft.
Main Span: 264 ft.
Roadway: 56 ft.
Main Spans: 1
By: Fegles Construction Company of Minneapolis, Minnesota
and Toltz, King and Day of St. Paul, Minnesota and John F. Greene