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Deerfield Bridge, Spanning Judith River, Danvers, Fergus County, MT

Deerfield Bridge, Spanning Judith River, Danvers, Fergus County, MT

Significance: At the turn of the 20th century, the Judith Basin was rapidly becoming one of the most bountiful wheat producing areas in Montana. During the decades that followed, there was a great expansion of ... more

Donaldson Run Bridge, Spanning Donaldson Run, Arlington, Arlington County, VA

Donaldson Run Bridge, Spanning Donaldson Run, Arlington, Arlington Cou...

Significance: Built as part of a project to extend the GWMP closer to the proposed terminus at Great Falls, Virginia. Survey number: HAER VA-77 Building/structure dates: 1957-1959 Initial Construction

Black Canyon Small Bridge, National Forest System Road 150North Star Road, Mimbres, Grant County, NM

Black Canyon Small Bridge, National Forest System Road 150North Star R...

Significance: Black Canyon Small Bridge is thought to be a Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC)-era bridge built between 1933 and 1942. The bridge is one of the better examples of CCC work on the Gila National For... more

Going-to-the-Sun Road System Bridges, West Glacier, Flathead County, MT

Going-to-the-Sun Road System Bridges, West Glacier, Flathead County, M...

Survey number: HAER MT-67-A Building/structure dates: 1926- 1936 Initial Construction National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 97000345

Merritt Parkway, Glenville Water Company & Brook Bridge, Spanning Glenville Water Company & brook, Greenwich, Fairfield County, CT

Merritt Parkway, Glenville Water Company & Brook Bridge, Spanning Glen...

Significance: The bridges of the Merritt Parkway were predominately inspired by the Art Deco and Art Moderne architectural styles of the 1930s. Experimental forming techniques were employed to create ornamenta... more

Freemansburg-Steel City Bridge, Spanning Lehigh River between Freemansburg & Steel City, Freemansburg, Northampton County, PA

Freemansburg-Steel City Bridge, Spanning Lehigh River between Freemans...

Significance: Two span Parker truss steel bridge across the Lehigh River and Lehigh Valley Railroad tracks. The bridge is 22 feet wide and 360 feet long with a perforated steel deck and one cantilevered sidewa... more

Glebe Road Bridge, Spanning Glebe Road, Arlington, Arlington County, VA

Glebe Road Bridge, Spanning Glebe Road, Arlington, Arlington County, V...

Significance: Built as part of a project to extend the GWMP closer to a proposed terminus at Great Falls, Virginia. Survey number: HAER VA-75 Building/structure dates: 1957-1959 Initial Construction Building... more

Gulf Branch Bridge, Spanning Gulf Branch, Arlington, Arlington County, VA

Gulf Branch Bridge, Spanning Gulf Branch, Arlington, Arlington County,...

Significance: Built as part of a project to extend the GWMP closer to a proposed terminus at Great Falls, Virginia. Survey number: HAER VA-76 Building/structure dates: 1957-1959 Initial Construction

Raystown Covered Bridge, Township Route 418 spanning Raystown Branch of Juniata River, Manns Choice, Bedford County, PA

Raystown Covered Bridge, Township Route 418 spanning Raystown Branch o...

Significance: This slightly altered late-nineteenth century covered bridge is an excellent example of this kind of bridge construction in Bedford County. A number of other Burr arch covered bridges were built ... more

Merritt Parkway, Park Avenue Bridge, Trumbull, Fairfield County, CT

Merritt Parkway, Park Avenue Bridge, Trumbull, Fairfield County, CT

Significance: The bridges of the Merritt Parkway were predominately inspired by the Art Deco and Art Moderne architectural styles of the 1930s. Experimental forming techniques were employed to create the orname... more

Black's Fork Bridge, Spanning Black's Fork River on County Road No. 217, Fort Bridger, Uinta County, WY

Black's Fork Bridge, Spanning Black's Fork River on County Road No. 21...

Significance: Erected for Uinta County, the Black's Fork Bridge represents a transition from county-built roadway bridges to highway bridges, built by the highway department. Survey number: HAER WY-77 Buildin... more

Sieur de Monts Spring Bridge, Spanning Park Loop Road at Route 3 near Sieur de Monts Spring, Bar Harbor, Hancock County, ME

Sieur de Monts Spring Bridge, Spanning Park Loop Road at Route 3 near ...

Significance: The Sieur de Monts Spring Bridge provided a separated grade crossing between the Bar Harbor-Seal Harbor highway and the Park Loop Road. Boggy soil conditions at the site forced the contractor to ... more

Merritt Parkway, Long Ridge Road/Route 104 Bridge, Spanning Long Ridge Road/Route 104, Stamford, Fairfield County, CT

Merritt Parkway, Long Ridge Road/Route 104 Bridge, Spanning Long Ridge...

Significance: The bridges of the Merritt Parkway were predominately inspired by the Art Deco and Art Moderne architectural styles of the 1930s. Experimental forming techniques were employed to create the ornam... more

Frazer Creek Bridge, Spanning Frazer Creek on Schoodic Peninsula Road, Winter Harbor, Hancock County, ME

Frazer Creek Bridge, Spanning Frazer Creek on Schoodic Peninsula Road,...

Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N336 Survey number: HAER ME-23

Belton Bridge, Spanning middle fork of Flathead River at Going-to-the-Sun Road, West Glacier, Flathead County, MT

Belton Bridge, Spanning middle fork of Flathead River at Going-to-the-...

Significance: The Belton Bridge was the western entrance to Glacier National Park from 1920 to 1938, and was one of the park's first major construction projects. Between 1933 and 1938, the bridge was also a vi... more

Merritt Parkway, Cutspring Road Bridge, Spanning Cutspring Road, Stratford, Fairfield County, CT

Merritt Parkway, Cutspring Road Bridge, Spanning Cutspring Road, Strat...

Significance: The bridges of the Merritt Parkway were predominately inspired by the Art Deco and Art Moderne architectural styles of the 1930s. Experimental forming techniques were employed to create the ornam... more

Oregon Historic Highway Bridges, Salem, Marion, OR

Oregon Historic Highway Bridges, Salem, Marion, OR

Significance: Conde B. McCullough, Oregon State Highway Department Engineer and Administrator from 1919 to 1946, was a significant American innovator in concrete bridge design. Influenced by his early years at... more

Governor's Bridge, Governor's Bridge Road spanning Patuxent River, Bowie, Prince George's County, MD

Governor's Bridge, Governor's Bridge Road spanning Patuxent River, Bow...

Significance: Governor's Bridge is one of only two surviving truss bridges in the county. It also marks the site of a river crossing since colonial times. The name Governor's Bridge is derived from the use of... more

Avalanche Creek Bridge, Spanning Avalanche Creek at Going-to-the-Sun Road, West Glacier, Flathead County, MT

Avalanche Creek Bridge, Spanning Avalanche Creek at Going-to-the-Sun R...

Significance: The Avalanche Creek Bridge is one of approximately seventeen prominent masonry and concrete structures on Going-to-the-Sun Road in Glacier National Park. The 51-mile stretch of scenic road is sig... more

Covered Bridge, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz County, CA

Covered Bridge, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz County, CA

Survey number: HABS CA-1551 National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 84001194

Gibbon River Bridge No. 2, Spanning Gibbon River at Grand Loop Road, Lake, Teton County, WY

Gibbon River Bridge No. 2, Spanning Gibbon River at Grand Loop Road, L...

Significance: Gibbon River Bridge II typifies the early design philosophy of the National Park Service, which was to use indigenous materials to harmonize manmade features with their natural surroundings. This... more

Horton Mill Bridge, Spanning Little Warrior River, Oneonta, Blount County, AL

Horton Mill Bridge, Spanning Little Warrior River, Oneonta, Blount Cou...

Significance: The Horton Mill Bridge is one of three surviving covered bridges in Blount County, Alabama, one of the last strongholds of covered bridge building in the United States. Spanning an impressive 70-... more

Otter Creek Bridge No. 2, Spanning Otter Creek at spur of Grand Loop Road, Lake, Teton County, WY

Otter Creek Bridge No. 2, Spanning Otter Creek at spur of Grand Loop R...

Significance: Otter Creek Bridge II typifies the early design philosophy of the National Park Service, which was to use indigenous materials to harmonize man-made features with their natural surroundings. This... more

Historic Columbia River Highway, Horsetail Falls Bridge, Spanning Horsetail Falls Creek, Troutdale, Multnomah County, OR

Historic Columbia River Highway, Horsetail Falls Bridge, Spanning Hors...

Significance: One of two nearly identical reinforced-concrete girder trestles on the Historic Columbia River Highway and one of four extant structures on the route that have a distinctive cap and arch concrete ... more

Merritt Parkway, Morehouse Highway Bridge, Spanning Merritt Parkway, Fairfield, Fairfield County, CT

Merritt Parkway, Morehouse Highway Bridge, Spanning Merritt Parkway, F...

Significance: The bridges of the Merritt Parkway were predominately inspired by the Art Deco and Art Moderne architectural styles of the 1930s. Experimental forming techniques were employed to create the orname... more

Columbia River Highway Bridges, Spanning various creeks along Columbia River Highway, Portland, Multnomah County, OR

Columbia River Highway Bridges, Spanning various creeks along Columbia...

Significance: The idea of building a scenic highway along the south bank of the Columbia River was conceived by Samuel Hill and other prominent Portland businessmen. Hill took Samuel Lancaster and future State... more

Merritt Parkway, Norwalk River Bridge, Spanning Norwalk River, Norwalk, Fairfield County, CT

Merritt Parkway, Norwalk River Bridge, Spanning Norwalk River, Norwalk...

Significance: The bridges of the Merritt Parkway were predominately inspired by the Art Deco and Art Moderne architectural styles of the 1930s. Experimental forming techniques were employed to create the ornam... more

Mount Vernon Street Bridge, Sleepers River, Saint Johnsbury, Caledonia County, VT

Mount Vernon Street Bridge, Sleepers River, Saint Johnsbury, Caledonia...

Significance: Lenticular pony truss bridge with pin connections. This type of structure was made only by Berlin Iron Bridge Company of East Berlin, CT. It is a good representative sample of their small bridge... more

Stone Bridge, Route 9, Stoddard, Cheshire County, NH
Jackson's Mill Covered Bridge, Spanning Brush Creek on Township Route 412, Breezewood, Bedford County, PA

Jackson's Mill Covered Bridge, Spanning Brush Creek on Township Route ...

Significance: Jackson's Mill Covered Bridge employs typical Burr truss arch construction, a wood roof, and wood siding. It was substantially rebuilt in 1992. Survey number: HAER PA-352 Building/structure dat... more

Divide Creek Bridge, Spanning Divide Creek at Going-to-the-Sun Road, West Glacier, Flathead County, MT

Divide Creek Bridge, Spanning Divide Creek at Going-to-the-Sun Road, W...

Significance: The Divide Creek Bridge is one of approximately seventeen prominent masonry and concrete structures on Going-to-the-Sun Road in Glacier National Park. The 51-mile stretch of scenic road is signif... more

Felten's Mill Covered Bridge, Spanning Brush Creek at junction of Township Route 386 & State Route 2029, Breezewood, Bedford County, PA

Felten's Mill Covered Bridge, Spanning Brush Creek at junction of Town...

Significance: This is one of several surviving nineteenth century covered bridges in Bedford County. The wooden Burr truss arch construction is typical of such spans. Survey number: HAER PA-350 Building/stru... more

Stone Bridge, Fort Plain, Montgomery County, NY

Stone Bridge, Fort Plain, Montgomery County, NY

Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N1069 Survey number: HABS NY-3106

Merritt Parkway, White Plains Road/Route 127 Bridge, Spanning White Plains Road/Route 127, Trumbull, Fairfield County, CT

Merritt Parkway, White Plains Road/Route 127 Bridge, Spanning White Pl...

Significance: The bridges of the Merritt Parkway were predominately inspired by the Art Deco and Art Moderne architectural styles of the 1930s. Experimental forming techniques were employed to create the ornam... more

Merritt Parkway, Reservoir Road Bridge, Spanning Reservoir Road, Trumbull, Fairfield County, CT

Merritt Parkway, Reservoir Road Bridge, Spanning Reservoir Road, Trumb...

Significance: The bridges of the Merritt Parkway were predominately inspired by the Art Deco and Art Moderne architectural styles of the 1930s. Experimental forming techniques were employed to create the ornam... more

Merritt Parkway, Nichols-Shelton Road Bridge, Spanning Merritt Parkway, Trumbull, Fairfield County, CT

Merritt Parkway, Nichols-Shelton Road Bridge, Spanning Merritt Parkway...

Significance: The bridges of the Merritt Parkway were predominately inspired by the Art Deco and Art Moderne architectural styles of the 1930s. Experimental forming techniques were employed to create the ornam... more

Merritt Parkway, Unity Road Bridge, Spanning Unity Road, Trumbull, Fairfield County, CT

Merritt Parkway, Unity Road Bridge, Spanning Unity Road, Trumbull, Fai...

Significance: The bridges of the Merritt Parkway were predominately inspired by the Art Deco and Art Moderne architectural styles of the 1930s. Experimental forming techniques were employed to create the ornam... more

Terry Canyon Bridge #3, National Forest System Road 150North Star Road, Mimbres, Grant County, NM

Terry Canyon Bridge #3, National Forest System Road 150North Star Road...

Significance: Terry Canyon Bridge #3 is thought to be a Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC)-era bridge built between 1933 and 1942. While the bridge shows evidence of rock re-work, it is one of the better example... more

Terry Canyon Bridge #4, National Forest System Road 150North Star Road, Mimbres, Grant County, NM

Terry Canyon Bridge #4, National Forest System Road 150North Star Road...

Significance: Terry Canyon Bridge #4 is thought to be a Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC)-era bridge built between 1933 and 1942. The bridge is one of the better examples of CCC work on the Gila National Forest... more

Pimmit Run Bridge, Pimmit Run, McLean, Fairfax County, VA

Pimmit Run Bridge, Pimmit Run, McLean, Fairfax County, VA

Significance: Built as part of a project to extend the GWMP closer to a proposed terminus at Great Falls, Virginia. Survey number: HAER VA-74 Building/structure dates: 1957-1959 Initial Construction Building... more

Black Canyon Big Bridge, National Forest System Road 150North Star Road, Mimbres, Grant County, NM

Black Canyon Big Bridge, National Forest System Road 150North Star Roa...

Significance: Black Canyon Big Bridge is thought to be a Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC)-era bridge built between 1933 and 1942. The bridge is one of the only examples of a double span bridge built by the CCC... more

Route 123 Overpass, State Route 123 (Leesburg Road), McLean, Fairfax County, VA

Route 123 Overpass, State Route 123 (Leesburg Road), McLean, Fairfax C...

Significance: The Route 123 Overpass on the GWMP is reported to be the first prestressed concrete girder bridge built on the parkway and in the district. Survey number: HAER VA-73 Building/structure dates: 19... more

U.S. Route 50 Overpass, Westbound, Spanning GWMP at U.S. Route 50 & Arlington Boulevard, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

U.S. Route 50 Overpass, Westbound, Spanning GWMP at U.S. Route 50 & Ar...

Significance: Built as part of the Pentagon Road Network. Survey number: HAER DC-40 Building/structure dates: 1946 Initial Construction

FHWA Creek Bridge, Spanning FHWA Creek at Northeast Entrance Road, Lake, Teton County, WY

FHWA Creek Bridge, Spanning FHWA Creek at Northeast Entrance Road, Lak...

Significance: FHWA Creek Bridge typifies the early design philosophy of the National Park Service, which was to use indigenous materials to harmonize manmade features with their natural surroundings. This phil... more

Middle River Pratt Through-Truss Bridge, State Route 256, spanning Middle River, Weyers Cave, Augusta County, VA

Middle River Pratt Through-Truss Bridge, State Route 256, spanning Mid...

Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N1397 Survey number: HAER VA-26 Building/structure dates: 1907 Initial Construction

Roaches Run Culvert, Spanning Roaches Run, Arlington, Arlington County, VA

Roaches Run Culvert, Spanning Roaches Run, Arlington, Arlington County...

Significance: Roaches Run Bridge is one of twelve original bridge structures on the Mount Vernon Memorial Highway. Survey number: HAER VA-91 Building/structure dates: 1930-1932 Initial Construction

Merritt Parkway, Chestnut Hill Road/Route 53 Bridge, Spanning Chestnut Hill Road/Route 53, Norwalk, Fairfield County, CT

Merritt Parkway, Chestnut Hill Road/Route 53 Bridge, Spanning Chestnut...

Significance: The bridges of the Merritt Parkway were predominately inspired by the Art Deco and Art Moderne architectural styles of the 1930s. Experimental forming techniques were employed to create the ornam... more

Merritt Parkway, Riversville Road (East Branch) Bridge, Spanning Riversville Road & East branch of Byram River, Greenwich, Fairfield County, CT

Merritt Parkway, Riversville Road (East Branch) Bridge, Spanning River...

Significance: The bridges of the Merritt Parkway were predominately inspired by the Art Deco and Art Moderne architectural style of the 1930s. Experimental forming techniques were employed to create the orname... more

Chapman's Bridge, Highway 414, Keonee-Toxaway State Park, Gowensville, Greenville, SC

Chapman's Bridge, Highway 414, Keonee-Toxaway State Park, Gowensville,...

Significance: One of the few remaining covered bridges in the state. Survey number: HABS SC-391 Building/structure dates: 1912 Initial Construction

Merritt Parkway, Huntington Road Bridge, Stratford, Fairfield County, CT

Merritt Parkway, Huntington Road Bridge, Stratford, Fairfield County, ...

Significance: The bridges of the Merritt Parkway were predominately inspired by the Art Deco and Art Moderne architectural styles of the 1930s. Experimental forming techniques were employed to create the ornam... more

Works Progress Administration Bridge No. 232, Elm Creek Road (Leaday-Hill Road), Voss, Coleman County, TX

Works Progress Administration Bridge No. 232, Elm Creek Road (Leaday-H...

Significance: The bridge was one of a series of small stone and concrete bridges constructed as WPA projects along a road across the Red Wire Pasture on the Day-Miller Ranch. This ranch road was improved to ac... more

Pebble Creek Bridge, Spanning Pebble Creek at Northeast Entrance Road, Lake, Teton County, WY

Pebble Creek Bridge, Spanning Pebble Creek at Northeast Entrance Road,...

Significance: Pebble Creek Bridge typifies the early design philosophy of the National Park Service, which was to use indigenous materials to harmonize man-made features with their natural surroundings. This p... more

Merritt Parkway, Perry Avenue Bridge, Spanning Perry Avenue, Norwalk, Fairfield County, CT

Merritt Parkway, Perry Avenue Bridge, Spanning Perry Avenue, Norwalk, ...

Significance: The bridges of the Merritt Parkway were predominately inspired by the Art Deco and Art Moderne architectural style of the 1930s. Experimental forming techniques were employed to create the orname... more

Merritt Parkway, Weston Road/Route 57 Bridge, Spanning Weston Road/Route 57, Westport, Fairfield County, CT

Merritt Parkway, Weston Road/Route 57 Bridge, Spanning Weston Road/Rou...

Significance: The bridges of the Merritt Parkway were predominately inspired by the Art Deco and Art Moderne architectural styles of the 1930s. Experimental forming techniques were employed to create the ornam... more

St. Mary River Bridge, Spanning St. Mary River at Going-to-the-Sun Road, West Glacier, Flathead County, MT

St. Mary River Bridge, Spanning St. Mary River at Going-to-the-Sun Roa...

Significance: The St. Mary River Bridge is one of approximately seventeen prominent masonry and concrete structures on Going-to-the Sun Road in Glacier National Park. The 51-mile stretch of scenic road is sign... more

RWC Creek Bridge, Spanning RWC Creek at Northeast Entrance Road, Lake, Teton County, WY

RWC Creek Bridge, Spanning RWC Creek at Northeast Entrance Road, Lake,...

Significance: RWC Creek Bridge typifies the early design philosophy of the National Park Service, which was to use indigenous materials to harmonize man-made features with their natural surroundings. This phil... more

Snyder's Fording Covered Bridge, (Straban-Tyrone Township), Hunterstown, Adams County, PA

Snyder's Fording Covered Bridge, (Straban-Tyrone Township), Hunterstow...

Significance: An example of mid-nineteenth-century covered bridge construction. Survey number: HABS PA-351 Building/structure dates: 1868 Initial Construction

Merritt Parkway, Cross Highway Bridge, Spanning Cross Highway, Fairfield, Fairfield County, CT

Merritt Parkway, Cross Highway Bridge, Spanning Cross Highway, Fairfie...

Significance: The bridges of the Merritt Parkway were predominately inspired by the Art Deco and Art Moderne architectural styles of the 1930s. Experimental forming techniques were employed to create the orname... more

Terry Canyon Bridge #1, National Forest System Road 150North Star Road, Mimbres, Grant County, NM

Terry Canyon Bridge #1, National Forest System Road 150North Star Road...

Significance: Terry Canyon Bridge #1 is thought to be a Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC)-era bridge built between 1933 and 1942. The bridge is one of the better examples of CCC work on the Gila National Forest... more

Little Hunters Beach Brook Bridge, Spanning Little Hunters Beach Brook on Park Loop Road, Seal Harbor, Hancock County, ME

Little Hunters Beach Brook Bridge, Spanning Little Hunters Beach Brook...

Significance: The Little Hunters Beach Brook Bride carries the Park Loop Road over its namesake stream in the Black Woods Section of the park. Wooden steps lead down from the bridge to the cobbled beach. Unpr... more

Marysville Covered Bridge, Seneca Creek, West of SR 633, 4.8 miles Southwest of Gladys, Gladys, Campbell County, VA

Marysville Covered Bridge, Seneca Creek, West of SR 633, 4.8 miles Sou...

Significance: One of less than 10 covered bridges in the State, the Marysville Covered Bridge is a representative example of a Multiple Kingpost truss. Survey number: HAER VA-20 Building/structure dates: ca. ... more

Bridge L5245, Spans Okabena Creek (formerly carried 330th AvenueTownship Road 187), Okabena, Jackson County, MN

Bridge L5245, Spans Okabena Creek (formerly carried 330th AvenueTownsh...

Significance: Bridge L5245 is locally significant under National Register of Historic Places Criterion C in the area of Engineering as Minnesota's only known surviving example of a lightweight, laced top-chord ... more

Arlington Memorial Bridge, Boundary Channel Extension, Spanning Mount Vernon Memorial Highway & Boundary Channel, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Arlington Memorial Bridge, Boundary Channel Extension, Spanning Mount ...

Significance: This bridge was designed in 1928 as part of the comprehensive plan for a memorial bridge and drive from the Mall in Washington to Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia. Patterned in the neoclas... more

Fremont Bridge, Spanning Willamette River, carrying Interstate 405 northbound & southbound, Portland, Multnomah County, OR

Fremont Bridge, Spanning Willamette River, carrying Interstate 405 nor...

Significance: Opened in 1973, and the epitome of high-tech, the graceful Fremont Bridge is still both the longest bridge (main span) in Oregon and the longest tied arch bridge in the world. Its 6,000-ton cente... more

San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge, Spanning San Francisco Bay, San Francisco, San Francisco County, CA

San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge, Spanning San Francisco Bay, San Fran...

Significance: The San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge is one of the most impressive engineering structures in the United States. It is also one of the most important transportation links in the United States, ser... more

Matthews Bridge, Spanning Loch Raven Reservoir on Dulaney Valley Road, Baltimore, Independent City, MD

Matthews Bridge, Spanning Loch Raven Reservoir on Dulaney Valley Road,...

Significance: In 1908 the General Assembly empowered the city of Baltimore to establish a reservoir in the valley of the Gunpowder River in Baltimore County. On May 1, 1913, an agreement was entered into betw... more

Bridge L2257, Carries Municipal Road 75Rock River Drive over unnamed stream, Luverne, Rock County, MN

Bridge L2257, Carries Municipal Road 75Rock River Drive over unnamed s...

Significance: Bridge L2257 is locally significant under National Register of Historic Places Criterion C in the area of Engineering as exemplary of the work of local bridge builder, Perley N. Gillham. The bridg... more

Lower Grand River Bridge, Carries Louisiana Highway 997 (LA 997) over Bayou PigeonLower Grand River, Plaquemine, Iberville Parish, LA

Lower Grand River Bridge, Carries Louisiana Highway 997 (LA 997) over ...

Significance: This pontoon swing bridge has significance as a distinctive example of a movable bridge. Its significance is demonstrated by the presence of distinctive engineering and design features of the pont... more

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Benton, Polk County, TN

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Ben...

Significance: The bridge is a representative example of both the through Parker and Pratt trusses. It is also significant due to its local historical associations and its association with the Joliet Bridge and ... more

Brownsville Covered Bridge, Spanning East Fork Whitewater River (moved to Eagle Creek Park, Indianapolis), Brownsville, Union County, IN

Brownsville Covered Bridge, Spanning East Fork Whitewater River (moved...

Part of Indiana Recording Project of HAER/Ball State University, sponsored by Indian Historical Society, Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana, and Ball State University Significance: The only remaining exam... more

Henkin's Ford Bridge, Spanning Shoal Creek at CART Road 181, Proctorville, Caldwell County, MO

Henkin's Ford Bridge, Spanning Shoal Creek at CART Road 181, Proctorvi...

Significance: The Henkin's Ford Bridge is an example of a pin-connected through Warren Truss erected by King Bridge Company. This type of bridge was rarely used in this part of the country and is one of two le... more

Lockport Company Canal Bridge, Carries Louisiana Highway 1 (LA 1) over Lockport Company Canal, Lockport, Lafourche Parish, LA

Lockport Company Canal Bridge, Carries Louisiana Highway 1 (LA 1) over...

Significance: The Lockport Company Canal Bridge is significant as an intact representative example of a tower-drive vertical lift bridge, a subtype within the vertical lift bridge subtype. The bridge's variatio... more

Covered Bridge, Jericho Road spanning Little Gunpowder Falls, Jerusalem, Baltimore County, MD

Covered Bridge, Jericho Road spanning Little Gunpowder Falls, Jerusale...

See also HAER MD-187 for additional documentation. Significance: The Jericho Road Covered Bridge is one of six historic covered bridges remaining in the state of Maryland, and one of four that are Burr-arch tru... more

Mill Creek Bridge, Spanning Mill Creek at West Sixth Street, The Dalles, Wasco County, OR

Mill Creek Bridge, Spanning Mill Creek at West Sixth Street, The Dalle...

Significance: Mill Creek Bridge is an early example of a deck girder bridge designed by State Bridge Engineer Conde B. McCullough in 1920. It is 124' long, with four arched curtain walls, which disguise it as ... more

Choate Bridge, Spanning Ipswich River at South Main Street, Ipswich, Essex County, MA

Choate Bridge, Spanning Ipswich River at South Main Street, Ipswich, E...

Significance: The Choate Bridge is an example of early stone construction in the history of American road building. The Essex County Court voted in December, 1764 to name the bridge in honor of Col. John Choat... more

Lower Level Spout Run Bridge, Westbound, spanning Spout Run, Arlington, Arlington County, VA

Lower Level Spout Run Bridge, Westbound, spanning Spout Run, Arlington...

Significance: Built as part of the GWMP, this bridge is a late example of the continued use of the "rustic" style for parkway bridges. Survey number: HAER VA-80 Building/structure dates: 1957-1958 Initial Construction

Pick Bridge, Spanning North Platte River on County Road 508, Saratoga, Carbon County, WY

Pick Bridge, Spanning North Platte River on County Road 508, Saratoga,...

Significance: The Pick Bridge features one of the longer simple spans of the county-built trusses. It is an important early example of its type and one of only two of its type remaining in use in Wyoming today... more

Center Street Swing Bridge, Southwest of Public Square, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, OH

Center Street Swing Bridge, Southwest of Public Square, Cleveland, Cuy...

Significance: The bridge is the last remaining swing bridge in Cleveland. The bridge is a rim-bearing bobtail through Pratt truss. It was fabricated and erected by the nationally-famous King Bridge Company of C... more

Zumbrota Bridge, Spanning North Fork Zumbro River in Covered Bridge Park, Zumbrota, Goodhue County, MN

Zumbrota Bridge, Spanning North Fork Zumbro River in Covered Bridge Pa...

Significance: In 1856, the city of Zumbrota was founded by immigrants from Massachusetts, along the Zumbro River on the Dubuque to St. Paul stagecoach trail. The Zumbrota Bridge was first constructed by Evander... more

Tivoli Island Bridge, Spanning Rock River Channel from mainland to west side of Tivoli Island (moved from Milwaukee), Watertown, Jefferson County, WI

Tivoli Island Bridge, Spanning Rock River Channel from mainland to wes...

Significance: In 1866, Zenas King from Ohio received a patent for an innovative tubular iron-arch design. Increasing the sectional area of the top chord toward the ends of the arch, he claimed, strengthened th... more

Whiteson Bridge, Spanning South Yamhill River at Milepoint 42 on Pacific Highway West (Oregon Route 99W), Whiteson, Yamhill County, OR

Whiteson Bridge, Spanning South Yamhill River at Milepoint 42 on Pacif...

Significance: The bridge is a 1213-foot long multiple span structure comprised of wood pile trestle approach spans and steel plate deck girder main spans. The roadway accommodates two travel lanes, with a deck ... more

Holliwell Bridge, Spanning Middle River at Holliwell Bridge Road (now bypassed)  (changed from Spanning Middle River at county road), Winterset, Madison County, IA

Holliwell Bridge, Spanning Middle River at Holliwell Bridge Road (now ...

See Historical Overview of Iowa Bridges, HAER No. IA-88, which provides a unified historical context of bridges included in Iowa Historic Bridges Recording Project I and II. Significance: Madison County has the... more

Bayou Teche at Charenton Bridge, Carries Louisiana Highway 324 (LA 324) over Bayou Teche, Charenton, St. Mary Parish, LA

Bayou Teche at Charenton Bridge, Carries Louisiana Highway 324 (LA 324...

Significance: This Warren pony truss swing bridge has significance as an example of a movable swing bridge. Its significance is demonstrated by the presence of distinctive engineering and design features of a p... more

Ouachita River Bridge, Spanning Ouachita River at U.S. Highway 167, Calion, Union County, AR

Ouachita River Bridge, Spanning Ouachita River at U.S. Highway 167, Ca...

Significance: The Ouachita River Bridge at Calion is a good example of the cantilever design used in Arkansas in the late 1920s and early 1930s. The bridge is also significant because it united the southeaster... more

Cincinnati Suspension Bridge, Spanning Ohio River, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH

Cincinnati Suspension Bridge, Spanning Ohio River, Cincinnati, Hamilto...

See also HAER No. KY-20, Covington & Cincinnati Suspension Bridge, for additional documentation. Significance: At the time of its completion in 1866, the Cincinnati Suspension Bridge was the longest suspension ... more

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