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Kanawha Falls Bridge
Bridge / West Virginia

The Kanawha Falls Bridge connects US Route 60 (Midland Trail) to Kanawha Falls Road over the Kanawha River in Fayette County, West Virginia. The crossing closed to automobile traffic in 2018.



Abandoned Suspension Bridge
Bridge / West Virginia

A gallery of abandoned bridges in the United States.



South Fork Grassy Creek Bridge
Bridge / Kentucky

The South Fork Grassy Creek Bridge formerly carried KY Route 1657 over South Fork Grassy Creek in Pendleton County, Kentucky. The Pratt through truss was closed to traffic in 1964.



Eagle Avenue Bridge
Bridge / Ohio

Eagle Avenue Bridge is an abandoned vertical lift Pennsylvania through truss crossing that carried Eagle Avenue over the Cuyahoga River in Cleveland, Ohio.



Lattice Bridge
Bridge / New York

The Lattice Bridge is a closed Whipple through truss bridge on Lattice Bridge Road over the Genesee River in Allegany County, New York.



Oneil Road Bridge
Bridge / New York

Oneil Road Bridge is a closed circa 1913 Baltimore through truss over the Seneca River on Oneil Road in Cayuga County, New York.



Town Line Bridge
Bridge / New York

Town Line Bridge is an endangered Lenticular through truss over the Otselic River on Town Line Road in Cortland County, New York. It is one of 13 extant examples of its type remaining in the state.



Bridge / New York

The Caneadea Bridge is a closed bridge that carried East Hill Road over the Genesee River in Caneadea, New York. The historic crossing was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1998 for its significance as it was the oldest and longest of two surviving camelback through trusses in the state.



Greenup Bridge
Bridge / Kentucky

The Greenup Bridge formerly carried US Route 23 over the Little Sandy River in Greenup, Kentucky. It was demolished in 2011.



Young’s High Bridge, Louisville & Southern Railway Lexington to Lawrenceburg Division
Bridge / Kentucky

Young’s High Bridge is a Pratt deck truss bridge that carried the Louisville Southern Railway and Norfolk & Western Railway across the Kentucky River near Tyrone, Kentucky. It is remarkable for its extensive length and height.