This truss bridge carries old Illinois state route 3 over Sexton Creek near the community of Gale in northern Alexander County, Illinois.
The bridge was constructed in 1933 and bypassed by the reconstruction of state route 3 to the west in 1990.
The bridge is 337 feet long and 23 feet wide. It was rehabilitated in 2011
This bridge is elegible to be considered to be placed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Ironton-Russell Bridge is a metal truss bridge that connections the towns of Ironton, Ohio and Russell, Kentucky. This bridge opened in 1922 and was the first bridge to cross the Ohio River in this part of the tri state area (Kentucky, Ohio & West Virginia).
The bridge carries 2 traffic lanes and a sidewalk across the Ohio River.
In 2012 construction began on a replacement bridge just up stream from the current structure. When this new suspension / cable concrete structure is complete, the nearly 100 year old Ironton-Russell Bridge will be demolished.
This bridge carries US 31/ALT US 72 and Alabama state route 20 over the Tennessee River at one of its widest spots and connects the counties of Limestone and Morgan County in Northern Alabama.
The bridge, completed in 1961 measures 2,502 feet in length and 30.1 feet wide. This bridge carries North bound traffic, the bridge accompanying it, a concrete bridge completed in 1998 carries southbound traffic.
This trestle crosses the Puncheon Branch,a tributary of the Kentucky river and Kentucky route 1498 near it’s intersection with state route 7 in the community of Kite, Kentucky.
The Trestle is 711 feet long.
This truss bridge carries highway 92 over the French Broad River and Douglass Lake heading south out of Dandridge.
The bridge was built from 1942-1944. it is a classic example of many bridges built during World War II in the United States. The total length of the bridge is 1,467 feet and the bridge is 18 feet wide.
In November it was announced that a contract was awarded to replace the bridge with a new structure to the west of the current bridge. That article can be found by clicking HERE.
A video of crossing this bridge can also be found by clicking HERE