List of bridges in the United States

Bridges in the United States is a link page for any notable bridge in the United States of America.

See: List of bridges

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Alabama

Ten bridges in Alabama meet standards of national historical significance and are included on List of bridges on the National Register of Historic Places in Alabama. These are:
#Clarkson Bridge
#Coldwater Covered Bridge
#Easley Covered Bridge
#Five Mile Creek Bridge
#Half-Chance Bridge
#Horton Mill Covered Bridge
#Kymulga Mill and Covered Bridge
#Nectar Covered Bridge
#Oakachoy Covered Bridge
#Swann Covered BridgeIn addition, there are 7 other notable bridges:
#Battleship Parkway, Mobile.
#Cochrane-Africatown USA Bridge, Mobile.
#Dauphin Island Bridge, near Mobile.
#Edmund Pettus Bridge, Selma
#Jubilee Parkway, Mobile.
#"Steamboat Bill" Hudson Memorial Bridge, Decatur
#General W.K. Wilson Jr. Bridge, carrying Interstate 65 over the Mobile and Tensaw River deltas north of Mobile.

Alaska

Alaska has three bridges listed on the National Register:
#Million Dollar Bridge, Cordova
#Susitna River Bridge
#Grant Street TrestleIn addition there are two other notable bridges:
*Gravina Island Bridge, Ketchikan to Gravina Island
*AC Couplet, Anchorage, Alaska

Arizona

Arizona has about 80 bridges listed on the National Register.In addition, there are three other notable bridges:
*London Bridge, Lake Havasu City
*Navajo Bridge, Colorado River Near Lee's Ferry, Arizona
*Glen Canyon Dam Bridge, Page at the Glen Canyon Dam

Arkansas

There are numerous bridges in Arkansas listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition, or perhaps overlapping with those NRHP listings, are:
*Big Dam Bridge, Little Rock
*Hernando de Soto Bridge, Memphis to Mound City

California

There are numerous bridges in California listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition, or perhaps overlapping with those NRHP listings, are:
*Antioch Bridge, San Francisco Bay Area
*Bay Bridge, San Francisco Bay Area
*Benicia-Martinez Bridge, San Francisco Bay Area
*Bixby Creek Bridge, State Route 1 in Big Sur
*Carquinez Bridge, San Francisco Bay Area
*Cold Spring Canyon Arch Bridge, Santa Barbara County
*Dumbarton Bridge, San Francisco Bay Area
*Foresthill Bridge, Foresthill
*Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco Bay Area
*San Mateo-Hayward Bridge, San Francisco Bay Area
*Richmond-San Rafael Bridge, San Francisco Bay Area
*San Diego-Coronado Bridge, San Diego
*San Francisco – Oakland Bay Bridge, San Francisco Bay Area
*Sixth Street Viaduct, Los Angeles
*Tower Bridge, Sacramento
*Vincent Thomas Bridge, San Pedro
*Bridgeport Bridge, Grass Valley
*Sundial Bridge, Redding

Colorado

There are numerous bridges in Colorado listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition, or perhaps overlapping with those NRHP listings, are:
*Black Squirrel Creek Bridge
*Cherry Creek Bridge
*Dolores River Bridge
*Maroon Creek Bridge
*Middle Bridge
*Red Cliff Bridge
*Royal Gorge Bridge
*Slate Creek Bridge
*South Canon Bridge

Connecticut

There are numerous bridges in Connecticut listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition, or perhaps overlapping with those NRHP listings, are:
*Amtrak/Springfield Terminal Railroad Bridge, Enfield, Connecticut to Suffield, Connecticut
*Connecticut Southern railroad bridge, Hartford
*Bissell Bridge, Windsor, Connecticut to South Windsor, Connecticut
*Bulkeley Bridge, Hartford
*Dexter Coffin Bridge, Windsor Locks, Connecticut to East Windsor, Connecticut
*Igor I. Sikorsky Memorial Bridge, Stratford, Connecticut
*Charter Oak Bridge, Hartford to East Hartford
*William Putnam Memorial Bridge, Wethersfield to Glastonbury
*Arrigoni Bridge, Portland to Middletown
*East Haddam Bridge, East Haddam (Reputed to be the longest swingbridge in the world)
*Enfield-Suffield Veterans Bridge, Enfield, Connecticut to Suffield, Connecticut
*Founders Bridge, Hartford
*Mystic River Bascule Bridge, Mystic, Connecticut
*Raymond E. Baldwin Bridge, Old Saybrook to Old Lyme
*Gold Star Memorial Bridge, New London to Groton
*Pearl Harbor Memorial Bridge, New Haven
*Providence & Worcester railroad bridge Middletown, Connecticut
*West Cornwall Covered Bridge, Cornwall
*Washington Bridge (Connecticut), Milford & Stratford, Connecticut

Delaware

There are numerous bridges in Delaware listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition, or perhaps overlapping with those NRHP listings, are:
*Delaware Memorial Bridge, New Castle to Deepwater, New Jersey
*Chesapeake & Delaware Canal Bridge, St. Georges
*St. Georges Bridge, St. Georges, Delaware
*South Market Street Bridge (Wilmington), Wilmington, Delaware
*Reedy Point Bridge, Delaware City, Delaware to Port Penn, Delaware
*Summit Bridge, Glasgow, Delaware to Middletown, Delaware
*Chesapeake & Delaware Canal Lift Bridge - Train bridge
*Indian River Inlet Bridge - Bethany Beach to Dewey Beach

District of Columbia

There are numerous bridges in Washington, D.C. listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition, or perhaps overlapping with those NRHP listings, are:
*11th Street Bridges
*14th Street Bridge (Washington, D.C.)
*Arlington Memorial Bridge
*Benning Road Bridge
*Chain Bridge (Washington, D.C.)
*Dumbarton Bridge (Washington, D.C.)
*Francis Scott Key Bridge (Washington)
*Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge
*John Philip Sousa Bridge
*Theodore Roosevelt Bridge
*Whitney Young Memorial Bridge
*William Howard Taft Bridge
*Woodrow Wilson Bridge (mostly in Maryland)

Florida

There are numerous bridges in Florida listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition, or perhaps overlapping with those NRHP listings, are:
*Acosta Bridge, Jacksonville
* Hal W. Adams Bridge, Suwannee River between Lafayette and Suwannee counties, Florida'a first suspension bridge
*Bayside Bridge, Clearwater
*Bridge of Lions, St. Augustine
*Broadway Bridge, Daytona Beach
*Buckman Bridge, Jacksonville
*Caloosahatchee Bridge, Fort Myers
*Cape Coral Bridge, Fort Myers to Cape Coral
*Choctawhatchee Mid-Bay Bridge, Destin to Niceville
*Clearwater Memorial Causeway, Clearwater
*Courtney Campbell Causeway, Clearwater to Tampa
*Dames Point Bridge, Jacksonville
*Eau Gallie Causeway. Melbourne
*Doctor's Inlet Bridge, Orange Park to Doctor's Inlet
*Escambia Bay Bridge, Pensacola
*Fuller Warren Bridge, Jacksonville
*Gandy Bridge, St. Petersburg to Tampa
*Hart Bridge, Jacksonville
*Howard Frankland Bridge, Tampa
*Julia Tuttle Causeway, Miami Beach
*Knox Memorial Bridge, Volusia County
*MacArthur Causeway, Miami Beach
*Main Street Bridge, Jacksonville
*Mathews Bridge, Jacksonville
*Merrill P. Barber Bridge,Vero Beach, Florida
*Melbourne Causeway, Melbourne to Indialantic
*Midpoint Memorial Bridge, Lee County
*N Trout River Bridge, Holly Ford to Lake Forest
*Overseas Highway, Florida Keys
*Pensacola Bay Bridge, Pensacola to Gulf Breeze
*Rickenbacker Causeway, Key Biscayne
*John Ringling Causeway Bridge, Sarasota to Longboat Key
*Roosevelt Bridge, Stuart
*S. Dames Point Bridge, Dames Point to Gilmaore
*Sanibel Causeway, Lee County
*Seven Mile Bridge, Florida Keys
*Sebastian Inlet Bridge, Indian River County
*Shands Bridge, Green Cove Springs
*St. George Island Bridge, Franklin County
*St. Johns River Veterans Memorial Bridge, Sanford
*Sunshine Skyway Bridge, St. Petersburg to Bradenton
*Treasure Island Causeway, Treasure Island to St. Petersburg
*Venetian Causeway, Miami Beach
*William M. Powell Bridge, Key Biscayne
*Wabasso Bridge, Wabasso, FL
*17th Street Bridge Vero Beach, FL
*Alfred W. Gilchrist Bridge,Port Charlotte to Punta Gorda
*Barron Collier Bridge,Punta Gorda to Port Charlotte
*Peace River Bridge (Florida),Port Charlotte to Punta Gorda

Georgia

There are numerous bridges in Georgia listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition, or perhaps overlapping with those NRHP listings, are:
*Butt Memorial Bridge, Augusta
*Bethany Bridge, Emerson
*Euharlee Covered Bridge, Euharlee
*Houlihan Bridge, Savannah
*Sidney Lanier Bridge, Brunswick
*Talmadge Memorial Bridge, Savannah

Guam

There are numerous bridges in Guam listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Illinois

There are numerous bridges in Illinois listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition, or perhaps overlapping with those NRHP listings, are:
*Abraham Lincoln Memorial Bridge, LaSalle/Peru
*Bob Michel Bridge Peoria
*Clark Bridge, Alton
*Cedar Street Bridge, Peoria
*Chicago Skyway 'High Bridge', Chicago
*Cortland Street Drawbridge, Chicago
*Dearborn Street Bridge, Chicago
*John T. McNaughton Bridge, Pekin
*Lyndon Bridge, Lyndon, Whiteside County, Illinois
*McClugage Bridge (Ironworkers' Memorial Bridge), Peoria
*Murray Baker Bridge, Peoria
*North Avenue Bridge, Chicago
*Ruby Street Bridge, Joliet
*Shade-Lohman Bridge, Peoria

Indiana

There are numerous bridges in Indiana listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition, or perhaps overlapping with those NRHP listings, are:
*Glover Cary Bridge, Spencer County to Owensboro, Kentucky
*John F. Kennedy Memorial Bridge, Jeffersonville to Louisville
*Lincoln Memorial Bridge, downtown Vincennes, Indiana to Illinois (Old US 50)
*William H. Natcher Bridge Rockport to Owensboro, Kentucky
*Laughery Creek Bridge Dearborn County, Indiana. Only known example of a Triple Whipple Truss bridge in the world.
*Sherman Minton Bridge, New Albany to Portland
*J.L. Wilson Bridge, 1/2 mi. east of Bloomfield, Indiana
*Parke County Covered Bridges

Iowa

There are numerous bridges in Iowa listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition, or perhaps overlapping with those NRHP listings, are:
*Bellevue Bridge, connects Mills County, Iowa and Sarpy County, Nebraska at Bellevue, Nebraska
*Black Hawk Bridge, Lansing, Iowa
*Crescent Rail Bridge, connects Davenport, Iowa to Rock Island, Illinois
*Davenport Skybridge, Davenport, Iowa
*Fort Madison Toll Bridge, connects Fort Madison, Iowa to Niota, Illinois
*Dubuque-Wisconsin Bridge connects Dubuque, Iowa to Grant County, Wisconsin
*Fred Schwengel Memorial Bridge connects Le Claire, Iowa to Rapids City, Illinois
*Gateway Bridge (Illinois-Iowa), connects Clinton, Iowa to Fulton, Illinois
*Government Bridge, Davenport, Iowa to Rock Island, Illinois
*Great River Bridge connects Burlington, Iowa to Gulf Port, Illinois
*I-74 Bridge , Bettendorf, Iowa to Moline, Illinois
*Julien Dubuque Bridge connects Dubuque, Iowa to East Dubuque, Illinois
*Keokuk-Hamilton Bridge connects Keokuk, Iowa to Hamilton, Illinois
*Lyons-Fulton Bridge connects Clinton, Iowa to Fulton, Illinois
*Marquette-Joliet Bridge connects Marquette, Iowa to Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin
*Nebraska City Bridge connects Otoe County, Nebraska with Fremont County, Iowa at Nebraska City, Nebraska
*Norbert F. Beckey Bridge, connects Muscatine, Iowa to Rock Island County, Illinois
*Plattsmouth Bridge, connects Cass County, Nebraska to Mills County, Iowa
*Rock Island Centennial Bridge, connects Davenport, Iowa to Rock Island, Illinois
*Savanna-Sabula Bridge, connects Savanna, Illinois to Sabula, Iowa
*Union Pacific Missouri River Bridge, connects Council Bluffs, Iowa to Omaha, Nebraska
*Veterans Bridge (formerly Combination Bridge) connects Sioux City, Iowa to South Sioux City, Nebraska

Kansas

There are numerous bridges in Kansas listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition, or perhaps overlapping with those NRHP listings, are:
*Rock Island Bridge (Kansas City), a three span bridge over Kansas River,
*Kansas City Southern Bridge (Kansas City), a three span bridge over Kansas River,
*Highline Bridge (Kansas City), a one level, deck truss bridge on the KCTR railroad
*Lewis and Clark Viaduct, a deck truss bridge over Kansas River and sister bridge to Intercity Viaduct,
*Intercity Viaduct, a two level deck truss bridge over Kansas River and sister bridge to Lewis and Clark Viaduct,
*James Street Bridge (Kansas City), a girder bridge over Kansas River at Kansas City,
*18th Street Expressway Bridge, a one level deck truss bridge over Kansas River at Kansas City] ,
*7th Street Trafficway Bridge, a one level deck truss bridge over Kansas River at Kansas City,
*23th Street viaduct a one level, four lane deck truss bridge over Kansas River and Kemper Arena at Kansas City
*12th Street Bridge a girder bridge in Kansas City, Kansas
*Central Avenue Bridge (Kansas City) a two level deck truss bridge over the Kansas River
*Kansas Avenue Bridge (West) a multi-beam girder over the Kansas River

Kentucky

There are numerous bridges in Kentucky listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition, or perhaps overlapping with those NRHP listings, are:
*Bi-State Vietnam Gold Star Bridges, twin bridges connecting Henderson, Kentucky with Evansville, Indiana
*George Rogers Clark Memorial Bridge, [http://www.kentuckyroads.com/images/clark_bridge/] connects downtown Louisville, Kentucky to Clarksville, Indiana - [http://www.kentuckyroads.com/images/clark_bridge/p7030018.jpg.html Photo]
*John F. Kennedy Memorial Bridge, connects Louisville, Kentucky to Clarksville, Indiana - [http://www.kentuckyroads.com/images/minton/p7060326.jpg.html Photo (JFK Bridge)]
*Newport Southbank Bridge, the world's longest pedestrian-only bridge, connects Newport, Kentucky to Cincinnati
*Simon Kenton Bridge, connects Maysville, Kentucky to Aberdeen, Ohio
*Sherman Minton Bridge, double-decked dual suspended arch bridge connecting Louisville, Kentucky to New Albany, Indiana - [http://www.kentuckyroads.com/images/minton/p7060326.jpg.html Photo]
*William H. Harsha Bridge, connects Maysville, Kentucky to Aberdeen, Ohio
*William H. Natcher Bridge, connects Owensboro, Kentucky to Rockport, Indiana via U.S. 231
*Clay's Ferry Bridge, crosses the Kentucky River on I-75.

Louisiana

There are numerous bridges in Louisiana listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition, or perhaps overlapping with those NRHP listings, are:
* I-210 Calcasieu River High Bridge, Lake Charles
* Almonaster Avenue Bridge, New Orleans
* Atchafalaya Basin Bridge, crosses the Atchafalaya Basin to connect Iberville Parish and St. Martin Parish
* Caddo Lake Drawbridge, Mooringsport
* Claiborne Avenue Bridge, New Orleans
* Crescent City Connection, New Orleans
* Danziger Bridge, New Orleans
* Florida Avenue Bridge, New Orleans
* Gramercy Bridge, St. James Parish, St. John the Baptist Parish
* Green Bridge, New Orleans and St. Bernard Parish
* I-10 Bonnet Carré Span, St. Charles Parish - crosses the Bonnet Carré Spillway on the southwest side of Lake Pontchartrain
* I-10 High Rise Bridge, New Orleans - crosses the Industrial Canal
* I-10 Twin Span Bridge, New Orleans to Slidell
* Lake Pontchartrain Causeway, Metairie to Mandeville - longest bridge in the world: 38.422 km
* Huey P. Long Bridge, Baton Rouge - carries four lanes of U.S. Route 190 across the Mississippi River. Two railroad trestles.
* Huey P. Long Bridge, Jefferson Parish - longest railroad bridge in the US: 7 km
* Horace Wilkinson Bridge, Baton Rouge
* John James Audubon Bridge, Pointe Coupee Parish and West Feliciana Parish
* Luling Bridge, Hahnville and Destrehan
* Natchez-Vidalia Bridge, Vidalia and Natchez, Mississippi
* Old Vicksburg Bridge, Delta and Vicksburg, Mississippi
* Seabrook Bridge, New Orleans
* Seabrook Railroad Bridge, New Orleans
* St. Claude Avenue Bridge, New Orleans
* Sunshine Bridge, Sorrenton and Donaldsonville
* Vicksburg Bridge, Tallulah and Vicksburg, Mississippi
* Manchac Swamp bridge - Carries Interstate 55 over the Manchac Swamp. Second longest bridge by total length in the world. 36,710m

Maine

There are numerous bridges in Maine listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition, or perhaps overlapping with those NRHP listings, are:
*Bailey Island Bridge, Orr's Island, Maine to Bailey Island, Maine
*Casco Bay Bridge
*Cribstone Bridge
*Clair-Fort Kent Bridge
*Deer Isle Bridge
*Edmundston-Madawaska Bridge
*Memorial Bridge (Portsmouth, New Hampshire)
*Million Dollar Bridge (Maine)
*Piscataqua River Bridge, Portsmouth, New Hampshire to Kittery, Maine
*Penobscot Narrows Bridge, Verona, Maine
*Sarah Mildred Long Bridge
*Waldo-Hancock Bridge

Maryland

Maryland has 24 bridges listed on the NRHP. Other notable bridges in the state include (perhaps with some overlap):
*American Legion Memorial Bridge (Maryland), Montgomery County to Fairfax County, Virginia
*Burnside's Bridge, Antietam National Battlefield, named after General Ambrose Burnside
*William Preston Lane, Jr. Memorial Bridge (Chesapeake Bay Bridge), Anne Arundel County to Queen Anne's County
*Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel
*Chesapeake City Bridge, Chesapeake City
*Francis Scott Key Bridge, Baltimore
*Governor Harry W. Nice Memorial Bridge, Charles County to Dahlgren, Virginia
*Millard E. Tydings Memorial Bridge, Cecil County
*Naval Academy Bridge, Annapolis
*Thomas J. Hatem Memorial Bridge, Havre de Grace to Perryville
*Union Arch Bridge, Cabin John
*Woodrow Wilson Bridge, Prince George's County to Alexandria, Virginia
*Governor Thomas Johnson Bridge, St. Mary's County and Charles County

Massachusetts

There are numerous bridges in Massachusetts listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition, or perhaps overlapping with those NRHP listings, are:
*Bascule Bridge, Westport
*Berkley-Dighton Bridge, Berkley/Dighton
*Bourne Bridge, Bourne
*Brightman Street Bridge, Fall River/Somerset
*Cape Cod Canal Railroad Bridge, Bourne
*Charles M. Braga, Jr. Bridge, Fall River/Somerset
*Calvin Coolidge Bridge, Northampton/Hadley
*Harvard Bridge
*Longfellow Bridge
*Memorial Bridge, Springfield/West Springfield
*Norwottuck Rail Trail Bridge, Northampton/Hadley
*Sagamore Bridge, Bourne
*Slade's Ferry Bridge, Fall River/Somerset
*Tobin Bridge, Charlestown/Chelsea
*Zakim Bunker Hill Bridge, Boston

Michigan

There are 98 bridges in Michigan listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Some of the NRHP bridges and some other bridges in Michigan are:
*Ada Covered Bridge, Ada, Michigan
*Ambassador Bridge, Detroit to Windsor, Ontario
*Blue Water Bridge, Port Huron to Sarnia, Ontario
*Cut River Bridge, Mackinac County
*Fallasburg Bridge, Vergennes Township, Michigan
*Sault Ste. Marie International Bridge, Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan to Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
*MacArthur Bridge, Detroit mainland to Belle Isle Park
*Mackinac Bridge, St. Ignace–Mackinaw City
*Portage Lake Lift Bridge, Houghton to Hancock
*Trunk Line Bridge No. 1
*Whites Bridge, Keene Township, Michigan
*Zilwaukee Bridge, near Saginaw

Minnesota

There are numerous bridges in Minnesota listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition, or perhaps overlapping with those NRHP listings, are:
*Aerial Lift Bridge, Duluth
*Richard I. Bong Memorial Bridge (Bong Bridge), Duluth
*John A. Blatnik Bridge (Blatnik Bridge), Duluth
*Cappelen Memorial Bridge (Franklin Avenue Bridge), Minneapolis
*10th Avenue Bridge, Minneapolis
*Cedar Avenue Bridge (Minnesota River) (Minnesota State Highway 77 Bridge), Bloomington–Burnsville
*DeSoto Bridge, Saint Cloud
*I-35W Mississippi River Bridge (collapsed August 1, 2007), Minneapolis
*Intercity Bridge (Ford Parkway Bridge), Minneapolis–Saint Paul
*Hennepin Avenue Bridge, Minneapolis
*Mendota Bridge, Fort Snelling–Mendota
*Robert Street Bridge, Saint Paul
*High Bridge, Saint Paul
*Newport Rail Bridge, St. Paul Park–Inver Grove Heights
*Seventh Street Improvement Arches, Saint Paul
*Stillwater Bridge (Stillwater Lift Bridge), Stillwater
*Stone Arch Bridge, Minneapolis
*Third Avenue Bridge, Minneapolis
*Wabasha Street Bridge, Saint Paul
*Washington Avenue Bridge, Minneapolis

Mississippi

There are numerous bridges in Mississippi listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition, or perhaps overlapping with those NRHP listings, are:
*I-20 Bridge, Vicksburg, Mississippi

Missouri

There are numerous bridges in Missouri listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition, or perhaps overlapping with those NRHP listings, are:
*Broadway Bridge, Kansas City
*Chouteau Bridge, Kansas City
*Heart of America Bridge, Kansas City
*Paseo Bridge, Kansas City
*Paseo Bridge replacement (June 1, 2011) Christopher S. Bond Bridge, Kansas City
*Liberty Bend Bridge, Kansas City
*Hannibal Bridge, Kansas City
*Second Hannibal Bridge, Kansas City
*ASB Bridge, Kansas City
*Platte Purchase Bridge, Kansas City
*Fairfax Bridge, Kansas City
*Chain of Rocks Bridge, St. Louis
*Eads Bridge, St. Louis
*Jefferson Barracks Bridge, St. Louis
*MacArthur Bridge, St. Louis
*Martin Luther King Bridge, St. Louis
*McKinley Bridge, St. Louis
*New Chain of Rocks Bridge, St. Louis
*Poplar Street Bridge, St. Louis
*Lewis Bridge, Fort Bellefontaine adjacent Bellefontaine Railroad Bridge
*Mark Twain Memorial Bridge, Hannibal
*Y-Bridge, Galena
*Bill Emerson Memorial Bridge, Cape Girardeau

Montana

There are numerous bridges in Montana listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition, or perhaps overlapping with those NRHP listings, are:
*Koocanusa Bridge, Rexford

Nevada

There are numerous bridges in Nevada listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition, or perhaps overlapping with those NRHP listings, are:
*Mike O'Callaghan-Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge (Nevada-Arizona Border) (Under Construction)

New Hampshire

There are numerous bridges in New Hampshire listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition, or perhaps overlapping with those NRHP listings, are:
*Cornish-Windsor Covered Bridge
*Little Bay Bridge
*Memorial Bridge (Portsmouth, New Hampshire)
*Mount Orne Covered Bridge
*Piscataqua River Bridge
*Pittsburg-Clarksville Covered Bridge
*Sarah Mildred Long Bridge
*Janice Peaslee Bridge
*Columbia Bridge (New Hampshire)
*Queen City Bridge, Manchester
*United States Navy Seabees Bridge, Chesterfield, New Hampshire

New Jersey

There are numerous bridges in New Jersey listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition, or perhaps overlapping with those NRHP listings, are:
*Basilone Bridge
*Bayonne Bridge, Bayonne to Staten Island, New York
*Benjamin Franklin Bridge, Camden to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
*Betsy Ross Bridge, Pennsauken to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
*Burlington-Bristol Bridge, Burlington to Bristol, Pennsylvania
*Commodore Barry Bridge, Bridgeport to Chester, Pennsylvania
*Delaware Memorial Bridge, Pennsville to New Castle, Delaware
*Delaware Water Gap Toll Bridge
*Dingman's Ferry Bridge
*Driscoll Bridge, Perth Amboy to South Amboy
*Easton-Phillipsburg Toll Bridge, Easton, Pennsylvania to Phillipsburg, New Jersey
*Edison Bridge
*George Washington Bridge, Fort Lee to Manhattan
*Goethals Bridge, Elizabeth to Staten Island, New York
*Milford-Montague Toll Bridge
*Newark Bay Bridge, Newark to Jersey City
*New Hope-Lambertville Toll Bridge
*Outerbridge Crossing, Perth Amboy to Staten Island, New York
*Portland-Columbia Toll Bridge
*Pulaski Skyway, Newark to Jersey City
*Riverside-Delanco Bridge, Riverside to Delanco
*Tacony-Palmyra Bridge, Palmyra to the Tacony section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
*Trenton-Morrisville Toll Bridge
*Walt Whitman Bridge, Gloucester City, New Jersey to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
*William A. Stickel Memorial Bridge, Newark to Harrison

:"See also List of crossings of the Raritan River":"See also List of crossings of the Delaware River"

New York

There are numerous bridges in New York listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition, or perhaps overlapping with those NRHP listings, are:
*112th Street Bridge, Cohoes
*145th Street Bridge, New York City
*3rd Avenue Bridge, New York City
*Alexander Hamilton Bridge, New York City
*Alfred H. Smith Memorial Bridge, Castleton-on-Hudson
*Arthur Kill Vertical Lift Bridge, New York City
*Atlantic Beach Bridge, Long Island
*Bayonne Bridge, New York City to New Jersey
*Bear Mountain Bridge, Westchester County to Orange County
*Broadway Bridge, New York City, connecting Manhattan and the Bronx over the Harlem River by Spuyten Duyvil Creek.
*Bronx-Whitestone Bridge, New York City
*Brooklyn Bridge, New York City
*Buffalo Skyway, Buffalo
*Castleton on Hudson Bridge, Castleton on Hudson
*City Island Bridge, New York City
*Congress Street Bridge, Troy
*Collar City Bridge, Frear Park
*Cross Bay Veterans Memorial Bridge, New York City
*Dunn Memorial Bridge, Rensselaer, New York
*George Washington Bridge, New York City to New Jersey
*Green Island Bridge, Troy
*Goethals Bridge, Staten Island to New Jersey
*Hell Gate Bridge, New York City
*Henry Hudson Bridge, Manhattan to The Bronx in New York City
*High Bridge, New York City
*Hudson River Way, Albany
*John Jay Byrne Bridge, New York City
*Joseph P. Addabbo Memorial Bridge, New York City
*Kosciusko Bridge, New York City
*Kingston-Rhinecliff Bridge, across the Hudson River
*Lewiston-Queenston Bridge, to Ontario, Canada
*Little Neck Bridge, New York City
*Livingston Avenue Bridge, Albany
*Menands Bridge, Menands
*Manhattan Bridge, New York City
*Marine Parkway-Gil Hodges Memorial Bridge, New York City
*Macombs Dam Bridge, New York City
*Madison Avenue Bridge, New York City
*Mechanicville Bridge, Mechanicville
*Mid-Hudson Bridge, near Poughkeepsie, New York
*Newburgh-Beacon Bridge, Newburgh
*North Grand Island Bridge, Grand Island to Niagara Falls
*Northumberland Bridge, Northumberland
*Ogdensburg-Prescott International Bridge, Ogdensburg to Canada
*Old Blenheim Bridge, North Blenheim
*Outerbridge Crossing, Staten Island to New Jersey
*Park Avenue Bridge, New York City
*Patroon Island Bridge, Albany
*Peace Bridge, Buffalo to Ontario, Canada
*Pelham Bridge, New York City
*Ponquogue Bridge, Long Island
*Poughkeepsie Bridge, Poughkeepsie
*Pulaski Bridge, New York City
*Queensboro Bridge, New York City
*Rainbow Bridge, Niagara Falls to Canada
*Rikers Island Bridge New York City
*Rip Van Winkle Bridge, Catskill
*Robert Moses Causeway, Long Island
*Roebling's Delaware Aqueduct, Minisink Ford
*Roosevelt Avenue Bridge, New York City
*Roosevelt Island Bridge, New York City
*Schuylerville Bridge, Schuylerville
*South Grand Island Bridge, Grand Island to Buffalo
*Spuyten Duyvil Bridge, New York City
*Tappan Zee Bridge, Rockland County and Westchester County
*Thaddeus Kosciusko Bridge, Albany
*Thousand Islands Bridge, to Ontario, Canada
*Throgs Neck Bridge, New York City
*Triborough Bridge, New York City
*Troy-Waterford Bridge, Waterford
*University Heights Bridge, New York city
*Verrazano Narrows Bridge, New York City
*Ward's Island Bridge, New York City
*Washington Bridge, New York City
*Whirlpool Rapids Bridge, Niagara Falls to Ontario, Canada
*Williamsburg Bridge, New York City
*Willis Avenue Bridge, New York City
*Ivy Lea Bridge, Northern New York State to near Gananoque, Ontario, Canada
*List of New York covered bridgesDelaware Aqueduct or The Roebling Bridge: the canal was an economic lifeline for Sullivan County in its early days. Was needed to connect the D&H canal to Shohola, PA

North Carolina

There are numerous bridges in North Carolina listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition, or perhaps overlapping with those NRHP listings, are:
*Alfred Cunningham Bridge, Craven County
*Cape Fear Memorial Bridge, Wilmington
*William B. Umstead Bridge, Manteo
*Laurel Creek Gorge Bridge, Mars Hill
*Linn Cove Viaduct, Grandfather Mountain
*Mile High Swinging Bridge, Linville
*Neuse River Bridge, New Bern
*Pisgah Covered Bridge, Randolph County
*Virginia Dare Memorial Bridge, Manteo
*Wright Memorial Bridge, Dare County

North Dakota

There are numerous bridges in North Dakota listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition, or perhaps overlapping with those NRHP listings, are:
*Sorlie Memorial Bridge, Grand Forks

Ohio

There are numerous bridges in Ohio listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition, or perhaps overlapping with those NRHP listings, are:
*I-480 Bridge, Garfield Heights, Ohio to Independence, Ohio
*Brent Spence Bridge, Cincinnati
*Carl Perkins Bridge, Portsmouth to Greenup County, Kentucky
*Charles Berry Bridge, Lorain
*Clay Wade Bailey Bridge, Cincinnati to Covington, Kentucky
*Daniel Carter Beard Bridge, Cincinnati to Newport, Kentucky
*Hope Memorial Bridge, Cleveland, Ohio
*Hamilton High-Main Bridge, City of Hamilton
*Jeremiah Morrow Bridge, Fort Ancient to Oregonia
*John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge, Cincinnati to Covington, Kentucky
*Lane Avenue Bridge, Columbus
*Main Avenue Bridge, Cleveland, Ohio
*Newport Southbank Bridge (aka "Purple People Bridge"), Cincinnati to Newport, Kentucky
*Silver Memorial Bridge, Gallipolis to Henderson, West Virginia
*Simon Kenton Bridge, Aberdeen, Ohio to Maysville, Kentucky
*Smolen-Gulf Bridge, connects Ashtabula Township, Ashtabula County, Ohio to Plymouth Township, Ashtabula County, Ohio
*Taylor Southgate Bridge, Cincinnati to Newport, Kentucky
*Veterans' Glass City Skyway, Toledo
*Veterans Memorial Bridge, Cleveland, Ohio
*William H. Harsha Bridge, connects Aberdeen to Maysville, Kentucky
*Zanesville Y-Bridge,"Y" shaped bridge, Zanesville, Ohio

:"See also List of Ohio covered bridges"

Oklahoma

There are numerous bridges in Oklahoma listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition, or perhaps overlapping with those NRHP listings, are:
*Baron Fork Bridge, Tahlequah, Oklahoma
*Wanette-Byars Bridge

Oregon

There are numerous bridges in Oregon listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition, or perhaps overlapping with those NRHP listings, are:
*Abernethy Bridge, Oregon City
*Alsea Bay Bridge, Waldport
*Astoria-Megler Bridge, from Astoria to Megler, Washington
*Big Creek Bridge, Lane County
*Bridge of the Gods, Cascade Locks
*Broadway Bridge, Portland
*Burlington Northern Railroad Bridge 5.1, Portland
*Burnside Bridge, Portland
*Cape Creek Bridge, Lane County, Oregon
*Conde McCullough Memorial Bridge, Coos Bay
*Crooked River High Bridge, Jefferson County
*Cummins Creek Bridge
*Fremont Bridge, Portland
*Glenn L. Jackson Memorial Bridge, Portland to Vancouver, Washington
*Hawthorne Bridge, Portland
*Hood River Bridge, Hood River to White Salmon, Washington
*Interstate Bridge, Portland
*Isaac Lee Patterson Bridge, Gold Beach
*John McLoughlin Bridge, Oregon City
*Lewis and Clark Bridge, Rainier to Longview, Washington
*Lewis and Clark River Bridge, Clatsop County
*Marquam Bridge, Portland
*Morrison Bridge. Portland
*Oregon City Bridge, Oregon City to West Linn
*Ross Island Bridge, Portland
*Sam Hill Memorial Bridge
*Sellwood Bridge, Portland
*St. Johns Bridge, Portland
*Steel Bridge, Portland
*Siuslaw River Bridge, Florence
*Tenmile Creek Bridge, near Yachats
*The Dalles Bridge, The Dalles to Dallesport, Washington
*Thomas Creek Bridge
*Umpqua River Bridge, Reedsport
*Yaquina Bay Bridge, Newport

Pennsylvania

There are numerous bridges in Pennsylvania listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition, or perhaps overlapping with those NRHP listings, are:
*Adams Avenue Bridge, Philadelphia
*Beaver Bridge, Beaver
*Bellbank Bridge, between Colerain Township and Upper Oxford Township
*Benjamin Franklin Bridge, Center City Philadelphia to Camden, New Jersey
*Betsy Ross Bridge, Northeast Philadelphia to New Jersey
*Burlington-Bristol Bridge, Bristol, PA to Burlington, NJ
*Chestnut Street Bridge, Philadelphia
*Commodore Barry Bridge, Chester, PA to New Jersey
*Falls Bridge, Philadelphia
*Fort Duquesne Bridge, Pittsburgh
*Fort Pitt Bridge, Pittsburgh
*Frankford Avenue Bridge, Northeast Philadelphia
*Girard Point Bridge, Philadelphia
*Holme Avenue Bridge, Philadelphia
*M. Harvey Taylor Memorial Bridge, Harrisburg
*Maclay Street Bridge, Harrisburg
*Market Street Bridge (Harrisburg), Harrisburg
*Mulberry Street Bridge, Harrisburg
*George C. Platt Bridge, Philadelphia
*Poquessing Creek Bridge, Philadelphia/Andalusia
*Sewickley Bridge, Sewickley
*Smithfield Street Bridge, Pittsburgh
*Starrucca Viaduct, Susquehanna County
*State Street Bridge, Harrisburg
*Strawberry Mansion Bridge, Philadelphia
*Susquehanna River Bridge, Harrisburg
*Tacony-Palmyra Bridge, Tacony, Philadelphia, PA to Palmyra, NJ
*Thomas Mill Covered Bridge
*Three Sisters Bridges, Pittsburgh
*Walnut Lane Bridge, Philadelphia
*Walnut Lane Memorial Bridge (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), Philadelphia
*Walnut Street Bridge (Harrisburg), Harrisburg
*Walnut Street Bridge (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), Philadelphia
*Walt Whitman Bridge, South Philadelphia to Gloucester City, NJ
*Washington Crossing Bridge, Washington Crossing
*West End Bridge, Pittsburgh

Further lists

*List of Lancaster County covered bridges
*Pittsburgh bridges
*List of crossings of the Allegheny River in Pennsylvania
*List of crossings of the Delaware River
*List of crossings of the Monongahela River in Pennsylvania
*List of crossings of the Ohio River in Pennsylvania
*List of crossings of the Schuylkill River
*List of crossings of the Susquehanna River

Puerto Rico

There are 21 bridges in Puerto Rico listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition, or perhaps duplicating one of those NRHP listings, is:
*Teodoro Moscoso Bridge (PR-17)

Rhode Island

There are numerous bridges in Rhode Island listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition, or perhaps overlapping with those NRHP listings, are:
*Claiborne Pell Newport Bridge, Newport
*Iway Bridge, Providence
*Jamestown Verrazzano Bridge, Jamestown
*Mount Hope Bridge, Bristol
*Point Street Bridge, Providence
*Sakonnet River Bridge, Tiverton
*Washington Bridge (Providence), Providence

South Carolina

There are numerous bridges in South Carolina listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition, or perhaps overlapping with those NRHP listings, are:
*Arthur Ravenel, Jr. Bridge, Charleston to Mount Pleasant
*Don N. Holt Bridge, Charleston to North Charleston
*James B. Edwards Bridge, Charleston to Mount Pleasant
*James Island Connecter Bridge, Charleston to James Island

Tennessee

There are numerous bridges in Tennessee listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition, or perhaps overlapping with those NRHP listings, are:
*Natchez Trace Parkway Bridge, Williamson County, Tennessee
*Market Street Bridge (Chattanooga), or John Ross Bridge, Chattanooga
*Shelby Street Bridge, Nashville
*Walnut Street Bridge (Tennessee), Chattanooga
*Hernando de Soto Bridge, Memphis
*Memphis & Arkansas Bridge, Memphis
*Frisco Bridge, Memphis
*Harahan Bridge, Memphis

Texas

There are numerous bridges in Texas listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition, or perhaps overlapping with those NRHP listings, are:
*Anzalduas International Bridge at Mission, Texas and Reynosa, Tamaulipas (currently under construction)
*Bardwell Bridge, Ennis, Texas
*Bridge of the Americas (El Paso-Ciudad Juarez) - at El Paso, Texas and Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua
*Brownsville & Matamoros International Bridge, Brownsville, Texas and Matamoros, Tamaulipas, crosses Rio Grande and United States–Mexico border
*Camino Real International Bridge - at Eagle Pass, Texas to Piedras Negras, Coahuila.
*Colombia-Solidarity International Bridge, Laredo, Texas and Colombia, Nuevo León, crosses Rio Grande and United States–Mexico border
*Colorado River Bridge, Bastrop, Texas, crosses Colorado River
*Corpus Christi Harbor Bridge, Corpus Christi
*Del Río-Ciudad Acuña International Bridge - at Del Rio, Texas to Ciudad Acuña, Coahuila.
*Eagle Pass Union Pacific International Railroad Bridge - at Eagle Pass, Texas to Piedras Negras, Coahuila.
*Eagle Pass-Piedras Negras International Bridge - at Eagle Pass, Texas to Piedras Negras, Coahuila.
*Fabens-Caseta International Bridge - at Tornillo, Texas and Guadalupe, Chihuahua
*Fort Hancock-El Porvenir International Bridge - at Fort Hancock, Texas and El Porvenir, Chihuahua
*Fred Hartman Bridge, Baytown and La Porte, crosses the Houston Ship Channel
*Free Trade International Bridge crosses Rio Grande at Los Indios, Texas and Matamoros, Tamaulipas
*Galveston Causeway crosses West Bay to Galveston Island
*Gateway International Bridge, Brownsville, Texas and Matamoros, Tamaulipas, crosses Rio Grande and United States–Mexico border
*Gateway to the Americas International Bridge, Laredo, Texas and Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas, crosses Rio Grande and United States–Mexico border
*Good Neighbor International Bridge - at South Mesa Street El Paso, Texas and Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua
*Juarez-Lincoln International Bridge, Laredo, Texas and Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas, crosses Rio Grande and United States–Mexico border
*Lake Amistad Dam International Crossing - at Del Rio, Texas to Ciudad Acuña, Coahuila.
*Lake Falcon Dam International Crossing - at Falcon Heights, Texas and Nueva Ciudad Guerrero, Tamaulipas
*La Linda International Bridge (aka Gerstaker Bridge) - at Heath Canyon, Texas and La Linda, Coahuila. The bridge was shutdown in 1997
*Lewisville Lake Toll Bridge, in Denton County crossing Lewisville Lake
*Martin Luther King Bridge, Port Arthur
*McAllen-Hidalgo-Reynosa International Bridge, McAllen and Hidalgo to Reynosa, Tamaulipas
*Mountain Creek Lake Bridge, Dallas County
*Paso del Norte International Bridge - at Sante Fe Street El Paso, Texas and Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua
*Pennybacker Bridge, Austin
*Pharr-Reynosa International Bridge, Pharr, Texas to Reynosa, Tamaulipas
*Presidio-Ojinaga International Bridge - at Presidio, Texas and Ojinaga, Chihuahua
*Progreso-Nuevo Progreso International Bridge, Progreso, Texas and Nuevo Progreso, Tamaulipas
*Rainbow Bridge, Port Arthur to Bridge City
*Regency Bridge, crosses the Colorado River at Mills County, Texas
*Rio Grande City-Camargo International Bridge at Rio Grande City, Texas and Ciudad Camargo, Tamaulipas
*Roma-Ciudad Miguel Alemán International Bridge at Roma, Texas and Ciudad Miguel Alemán, Tamaulipas
*Sam Houston Ship Channel Bridge, Harris County, crosses the Houston Ship Channel
*Sidney Sherman Bridge, Houston, crosses the Houston Ship Channel
*Texas-Mexican Railway International Bridge crosses the Rio Grande, connects Laredo, Texas and Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas
*Veteran's International Bridge crosses the Rio Grande, at Brownsville, Texas and Matamoros, Tamaulipas
*Waco Suspension Bridge, Waco, Texas
*World Trade International Bridge crosses the Rio Grande, connects Laredo, Texas and Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas
*Ysleta-Zaragoza International Bridge - at Zaragosa Street El Paso, Texas and Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua

Vermont

There are numerous bridges in Vermont listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition, or perhaps overlapping with those NRHP listings, are:
*Burt Henry Covered Bridge, Bennington
*Champlain Bridge, Addison, Vermont to Crown Point, New York

Virginia

There are numerous bridges in Virginia listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition, or perhaps overlapping with those NRHP listings, are:
*14th Street Bridge (I-395) (across Potomac River)
*Arland D. Williams Jr. Memorial Bridge (mostly in DC) (across Potomac River)
*Berkley Bridge on I-264 at Elizabeth River, Norfolk
*Boulevard Bridge (VA-161) (toll bridge across James River)
*Charles Hardaway Marks Bridges (VA-10 across Appomattox River near Hopewell)
*Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel (US-13)
*Edward E. Willey Bridge (across James River)
*George P. Coleman Bridge (across York River)
*Governor Harry W. Nice Memorial Bridge (mostly in Maryland)
*Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel(I-64)
*Huguenot Memorial Bridge (across James River) (VA-147)
*James River Bridge (Richmond) (I-95)
*Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Bridge
*Manchester Bridge (across James River) (US-60)
*Mayo Bridge (across James River) (US-360)
*Monitor-Merrimac Memorial Bridge-Tunnel (I-664)
*Peninsula Subdivision Trestle (Peninsula Subdivision) (rail bridge)
*Pocahontas Parkway Bridge (VA-895) (toll bridge across James River)
*Powhite Parkway Bridge (toll bridge across James River)
*Rivanna Subdivision Trestle (rail bridge) (Rivanna Subdivision)
*Robert E. Lee Memorial Bridge (across James River) (US-1+ US-301)
*Theodore Roosevelt Bridge (mostly in DC) (across Potomac River)
*Varina-Enon Bridge (I-295) (across James River)
*W. Norfolk Bridge, Norfolk
*Wilson Creek Bridge (a.k.a. The Smart Road Bridge)
*Woodrow Wilson Bridge (mostly in DC and Maryland) (I-95)
*World War II Veterans Memorial Bridge (across James River) (VA-288)

Washington

There are numerous bridges in Washington listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition, or perhaps overlapping with those NRHP listings, are:
*Alaskan Way Viaduct, Seattle
*Astoria-Megler Bridge, Megler to Astoria, Oregon
*Bridge of the Gods, Fort Rains to Cascade Locks
*Deception Pass Bridge, Whidbey Island to Fidalgo Island
*Ed Hendler Bridge (aka Cable Bridge), Kennewick to Pasco
*Evergreen Point Floating Bridge, Seattle
*Fred G. Redmon Bridge, Yakima
*Fremont Bridge, Seattle
*George Washington Memorial Bridge, Seattle
*Glenn L. Jackson Memorial Bridge, Ellsworth to Portland
*Grays River Covered Bridge, Grays River (Washington)
*High Steel Bridge, Mason County
*Homer M. Hadley Memorial Bridge, Seattle
*Hood Canal Bridge, Kitsap County
*Hood River Bridge, White Salmon to Hood River, Oregon
*Interstate Bridge, Vancouver to Portland, Oregon
*Interstate 182 Bridge, Richland to Pasco
*Lacey V. Murrow Memorial Bridge, Seattle to Mercer Island
*Lewis and Clark Bridge, Longview
*Murray Morgan Bridge, Tacoma, Washington
*Montlake Bridge, Seattle
*Pioneer Memorial Bridge (aka Blue Bridge), Kennewick to Pasco
*Salmon Bay Bridge, Seattle
*Sam Hill Memorial Bridge
*Ship Canal Bridge Seattle, Washington
*Snake River Bridge, Pasco to Burbank
*Tacoma Narrows Bridge, Tacoma to Gig Harbor
*The Dalles Bridge, Dallesport to The Dalles, Oregon
*Third Lake Washington Bridge
*University Bridge, Seattle
*West Seattle Bridge, Seattle
*Wilburton Trestle, Bellevue

West Virginia

There are numerous bridges in West Virginia listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition, or perhaps overlapping with those NRHP listings, are:
*Carrollton Covered Bridge
*East End Bridge, Huntington
*Fayette Station Bridge
*New River Gorge Bridge
*Philippi Covered Bridge
*Silver Bridge, Point Pleasant, to Gallipolis, Ohio
*Wheeling Suspension Bridge, Wheeling
*Robert C. Byrd Bridge, Huntington
*Indian Creek Covered Bridge, Salt Sulphur Springs, West Virginia

Wisconsin

There are numerous bridges in Wisconsin listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition, or perhaps overlapping with those NRHP listings, are:
*Black Hawk Bridge, Crawford County to Lansing, Iowa
*Claude Allouez Bridge, De Pere
*Dubuque-Wisconsin Bridge, Grant County to Dubuque, Iowa
*Eagle Point Bridge, Grant County to Dubuque, Iowa
*Hoan Bridge, Milwaukee
*Leo Frigo Memorial Bridge, Green Bay
*Richard I. Bong Memorial Bridge, Superior to Duluth, Minnesota


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