List of Bridge Locations

Below is a list of locations where we know the bridges were built in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s:

  • CONNECTICUT: New Haven; Wallingford; Windham
  • ILLINOIS: Chicago; Freeport; Rockton; Schuyler County; St. Charles
  • IOWA: Burlington County; Dallas County; Jones County; Newark
  • KANSAS: Blue Rapids; Wyandotte
  • KENTUCKY: Bowling Green; Columbus; Cloverport; Topeka
  • MARYLAND: Camberland; Frederick County
  • MASSACHUSETTS: Boston; Dedham; Lancaster
  • MICHIGAN: Colon; Dexter; Marine City
  • MINNESOTA: Cannon Falls
  • NEBRASKA: Beatrice
  • NEW JERSEY: Cranford; Red Bank
  • NEW YORK: Auburn; Binghamton; Canton; Caughdenoy; Champlain; Clyde; Danville; De Kalb; Kings and Queens Counties; Ithaca (Newfield); Ogdensburg; Phelps; Plattsburg; Port Henry; Silver Creek; Utica; Westfield
  • OHIO: Black River; Columbus; Elyria; Lake County; Monroe County; Ottawa County; Springfield
  • PENNSYLVANIA: Beaver; Clearfield County; Dauphin County; Fort Washington; Honesdale; Montgomery County; Ridgway; Scranton; Tionetta
  • RHODE ISLAND: Warren
  • TENNESSEE: Lebanon
  • TEXAS: Gonzales
  • WEST VIRGINIA: Berkeley County;
  • WISCONSIN: Green Bay; Milwaukee; Fond du Lac; Watertown
  • WYOMING: Fort Laramie

 

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