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List of crossings of the Susquehanna River

List of Susquehanna River crossings proceeding upstream from the river mouth at the Chesapeake Bay in Maryland, USA, generally northward through Pennsylvania toward the main branch headwaters in New York. The West Branch crossings are listed afterward.

This list includes active road, railroad, foot, and trail bridges, dams, fords, ferries, and historic crossings. Presently it does not include historic ferry crossings. Railroad lines are generally as shown on the USGS topographic maps, which may not have been updated to reflect the creation of Conrail in the 1970s, which absorbed many lines in this area.

Contents

  • Main Branch 1
    • Maryland 1.1
    • Pennsylvania 1.2
      • York County – Lancaster County 1.2.1
      • Harrisburg area 1.2.2
      • Between Juniata River and West Branch Susquehanna River 1.2.3
      • Northumberland, Montour, and Columbia Counties 1.2.4
      • Luzerne County and Wilkes-Barre 1.2.5
      • Wyoming and Bradford Counties 1.2.6
    • New York 1.3
      • Tioga County 1.3.1
      • Western Broome County (Binghamton Area) 1.3.2
    • Pennsylvania 1.4
      • Susquehanna County 1.4.1
    • New York 1.5
      • Eastern Broome County 1.5.1
      • Chenango County 1.5.2
      • Otsego County / Delaware County 1.5.3
      • Otsego County 1.5.4
  • West Branch Susquehanna River 2
    • Pennsylvania 2.1
      • Northumberland/Union and Lycoming Counties, Williamsport 2.1.1
      • Clinton County 2.1.2
      • Centre and eastern Clearfield Counties 2.1.3
      • Western Clearfield County 2.1.4
      • Indiana and Cambria Counties 2.1.5
  • References 3

Main Branch

Main Branch crossings are listed from the mouth of the river in the Chesapeake Bay up to the source at Otsego Lake in Cooperstown, New York.

In a geological sense, the Chesapeake Bay is just the ria, submerged valley, of the Susquehanna River. In that sense the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel and the Chesapeake Bay Bridge crossings precede those in the conventional list below.

Maryland

Bridge Route Location Notes Coordinates
P.W. & B. Railroad Bridge (ruins) Havre de Grace and Perryville
Amtrak Susquehanna River Bridge Amtrak Northeast Corridor Havre de Grace and Perryville
Thomas J. Hatem Memorial Bridge US 40 Havre de Grace and Perryville via Garrett I.
CSX Susquehanna River Bridge CSX Philadelphia Subdivision Havre de Grace and Perryville via Garrett I.
Millard E. Tydings Memorial Bridge Interstate 95 Havre de Grace and Perryville
Port Deposit Bridge (ruin) also called Susquehanna River Bridge, Rock Run Bridge Harford County and Port Deposit via Roberts I. Historic first fixed crossing (1817–1857)
Conowingo Dam US 1 Harford County and Cecil County
Conowingo Bridge (demolished and submerged 1928) US 1 Harford County and old Conowingo Replaced by Conowingo Dam crossing

Pennsylvania

York CountyLancaster County

Bridge Route Location Coordinates
Norman Wood Bridge PA 372 York County and Lancaster County
Holtwood Dam No public thoroughfare York County and Lancaster County
Safe Harbor Dam No public thoroughfare York County and Lancaster County
Columbia-Wrightsville Bridge PA 462 Wrightsville and Columbia
Pennsylvania Railroad Bridge (demolished) Wrightsville and Columbia
Wrightsville Dam (low head, former canal feeder) Wrightsville and Columbia
Wright's Ferry Bridge US 30 Wrightsville and Columbia
Shocks Mills Bridge (railroad) Norfolk Southern Wago Junction and Marietta

Harrisburg area

Bridge Route Location Notes Coordinates
York Haven Dam no public thoroughfare York Haven and Three Mile Island
Three Mile Island access bridge no public thoroughfare Falmouth and Three Mile Island
Three Mile Island low-head dam No public thoroughfare Londonderry Township and Three Mile Island
Three Mile Island access bridge No public thoroughfare Londonderry Township and Three Mile Island
Susquehanna River Bridge Interstate 76/Pennsylvania Turnpike York County and Dauphin County New 6-lane bridge completed in May 2007, replacing the old 4-lane bridge dated back to 1950.
John Harris Bridge Interstate 83 Cumberland County and Harrisburg
Dock Street Dam no public thoroughfare Cumberland County and Harrisburg replacement may be planning under way.
Philadelphia & Reading Railroad Bridge Norfolk Southern Cumberland County and Harrisburg
South Pennsylvania Railroad Bridge (ruins) Cumberland County and Harrisburg Construction was halted in 1885 and bridge was never finished.
Cumberland Valley Railroad Bridge CorridorOne Wormleysburg and Downtown Harrisburg via City Island
Camelback Bridge Wormleysburg and Downtown Harrisburg via City Island old covered bridge dating back to 1814, destroyed and replaced
Market Street Bridge Wormleysburg and Downtown Harrisburg via City Island
Walnut Street Bridge Wormleysburg and Downtown Harrisburg via City Island 3 spans collapsed in 1996
west of City Island
M. Harvey Taylor Memorial Bridge Wormleysburg and Downtown Harrisburg
George N. Wade Memorial Bridge Interstate 81 East Pennsboro Township and Harrisburg
Rockville Bridge Amtrak
Norfolk Southern
Marysville and Harrisburg
Old Rockville Bridge(ruins) Pennsylvania Rail Road Marysville and Harrisburg deck truss bridge dating to 1877, removed.
Marysville Bridge (ruins) Northern Central Railway Marysville and Dauphin A replica of the Statue of Liberty is standing on one stone pier.

Between Juniata River and West Branch Susquehanna River

Bridge Route Location Notes Coordinates Image
Clarks Ferry Dam Perry County and Dauphin County (former canal feeder)
Clarks Ferry Bridge U.S. Route 22
U.S. Route 322
Appalachian Trail
Dauphin County
Millersburg Ferry wall No public thoroughfare Buffalo Township and Millersburg crooked dam, for low water ferry operations
Millersburg Ferry Buffalo Township and Millersburg operates seasonally
Trevorton Bridge Port Trevorton and Herndon via White I. 1855, Trevorton, Mahanoy & Susquehanna Railroad and road, dismantled 1870
see USGS Aerial imagery
ford Little Hoover I. and Lower Augusta Township near Boile Run connects I. to eastern shore
Selinsgrove Bridge Norfolk Southern Railroad Selinsgrove and Selinsgrove Junction via Cherry and Fishers Is. two separate steel truss bridges, built 1890 and 1892, with Fishers Island in between
Shamokin Power Plant dam (New Shamokin Dam) No public thoroughfare Shamokin Dam and Upper Augusta Township via Byers I. low head dam for plant
Adam T. Bower Memorial Dam No public thoroughfare Shamokin Dam and Sunbury inflatable dam
Shamokin Dam Shamokin Dam and Sunbury (original low head navigation and canal feeder) (18??-1904, replaced by Bower Dam)
Veterans Memorial Bridge PA 61 Shamokin Dam and Sunbury

Northumberland, Montour, and Columbia Counties

Bridge Route Location Notes Coordinates Image
Packers Island bridges Penn Central Railroad Northumberland and Sunbury via Packers I. span on either side of I.
Bridge Avenue bridge PA 147 Northumberland and Sunbury via Packers I. span on either side of I.
Factory Street Bridge PA 54 Danville and Riverside opened in 2000
Mill Street Bridge(removed) former PA 54 Danville and Riverside replaced in 2000
Main Street Bridge PA 42 Rupert and Catawissa
Railroad bridge Conrail Rupert and Catawissa
Pennsylvania Route 487 bridge PA 487 Bloomsburg and Catawissa Township Current structure replaced a multiple span truss bridge[1]
Interstate 80 bridges Interstate 80 Lime Ridge and Mifflinville
Market Street Bridge (Mifflinville) Willow Springs and Mifflinville Current structure replaced a multiple span truss bridge in the mid-1990s
Market Street Bridge (Berwick) PA 93 Berwick and Nescopeck Current structure replaced a multiple span truss bridge in 1981–82
Chestnut Street Bridge (Berwick) (ruin) Berwick and Nescopeck southern end was in Luzerne County

Luzerne County and Wilkes-Barre

Bridge Route Location Notes Coordinates Image
New Shickshinny-Mocanaqua Bridge PA 239 Shickshinny and Mocanaqua Under construction 1994
Old Shickshinny-Mocanaqua Bridge (removed) former PA 239 Shickshinny and Mocanaqua replaced in 199?
Retreat Bridge Union Township and Retreat State Correctional Institution - Retreat
Nanticoke Dam (defunct) West Nanticoke and Nanticoke appears on USGS Ariels,(former canal feeder) 1830–1901
Nanticoke Dam (proposed) West Nanticoke and Nanticoke (proposed, inflatable)
Nanticoke Bridge Conrail West Nanticoke and Nanticoke
Lower Broadway Street Bridge West Nanticoke and Nanticoke
South Cross Valley Expressway PA 29 West Nanticoke and Nanticoke
Fellows Avenue Bridge (Hanover Street Bridge) (defunct) Plymouth and Lynnwood removed after 1993
Carey Avenue Bridge Plymouth and Lynnwood via Richard I.
Delaware and Hudson Railway Bridge Plymouth and Wilkes-Barre Removed after 1999
Wilkes-Barre Railroad Connecting Bridge (Black Diamond Bridge) Kingston and Wilkes-Barre
Market Street Bridge Kingston and Wilkes-Barre
North Street Bridge Kingston and Wilkes-Barre
Wilkes-Barre Railroad Connecting Bridge (Gauntlet Bridge) Kingston and Wilkes-Barre
North Cross Valley Expressway PA 309 Kingston and Wilkes-Barre 2 12 bridges, highway and ramps
Wilkes-Barre Dam Wilkes-Barre (proposed, inflatable)
Eighth Street Bridge Wyoming and Port Blanchard
Water Street Bridge (Pittston) (Fireman's Memorial Bridge) West Pittston and Pittston
Fort Jenkins Bridge US 11 West Pittston and Pittston
Railroad bridge Conrail West Pittston and Upper Pittston
Rail bridge
possibly a trail bridge
possibly Conrail West Pittston and Pittston Yards Abandoned
appears in USGS Ariels

Wyoming and Bradford Counties

Bridge Route Location Notes Coordinates
PA 92 West Falls and Falls
Power transmission crossing Eaton Township and Osterhout on USGS aerial imagery
Joseph W. Hunter Highway Bridge PA 29
was US 309
was PA 309
Eaton Township and Tunkhannock old bridge was just west
Bridge Road Bridge (ruin) formerly PA 87 North Mehoopany and Mehoopany Station
PA 87 North Mehoopany and Mehoopany Station
Church Street Bridge PA SR 3001 Windham Township and Laceyville
PA SR 2010 Terry Township and Wyalusing
Rome Road Bridge PA 187 Macedonia, Asylum Township and Wysox Township
Veterans Memorial Bridge US 6 Towanda and Wysox Township 1986 replacement of an open grate bridge located two blocks upstream at Bridge Street.
railroad bridge Norfolk Southern Towanda and Wysox Township
James Street Bridge PA SR 1041 North Towanda and Wysox Township Open grate bridge destroyed by Hurricane Agnes, replaced shortly thereafter with a concrete structure.
Ulster Bridge PA SR 1022 Ulster and Sheshequin Open grate bridge replaced in 2007 with a concrete structure.
Athens River Bridge PA SR 1056 Athens and Athens Township 98-year-old open grate bridge replaced in 2006 with concrete structure.
Lockhart Street Bridge Sayre and Athens Township

New York

Tioga County

Bridge Route Location Notes Coordinates
Southern Tier Expressway bridges NY 17 Ellistown, Barton town and Litchfield, Nichols town two twin bridges, on either side of island
Smithboro and Nichols Bridge (ruin) Smithboro and Hoopers Valley
NY 282 Smithboro and Nichols village
Court Street Bridge NY 96
NY 38(topo)
Owego Connects NY 434 and NY 17 (future I-86) with NY 17C

Fifth bridge on site; completely rebuilt in 2003

Hiawatha Bridge NY 434 CONN
NY 17 Access Road
(Reference Route 960J)
Owego Connects NY 434 and NY 17 to NY 17C

Expressway standard; opened in 1968

Apalachin-Campville Bridge also known as "Millennium Bridge" NY 962J (Valley View Drive) Apalachin and Campville Connects NY 434 and NY 17 (Exit 66) to NY 17C

Opened 2001

Western Broome County (Binghamton Area)

Bridge Route Location Notes Coordinates
Vestal–Endicott Bridge CR 48 Vestal and Endicott Connects Vestal Road and North Main Street with Vestal Avenue

Effectively connects NY 434 with NY 26 and NY 17C

Thomas J. Watson Memorial Bridge NY 26 Vestal and Endicott Connects NY 434 and NY 17 (Exit 67) with NY 17C

Expressway; opened in 1962

NY 17 Vestal and Endicott Four lane
Johnson City Power Plant dam Willow Point and Johnson City
railroad bridge Erie Lackawanna Railway Willow Point and Johnson City
C. Fred Johnson Bridge NY 201 Willow Point and Johnson City Connects NY 434 and Vestal Road with the Johnson City flyover and roundabout[2] and effectively NY 17 (Exit 70) and Harry L. Drive

Expressway; opened in 1954

dam Binghamton on either side of I.
dam Binghamton just above confluence of Chenango River
South Washington Street Parabolic Bridge Closed to vehicular traffic Binghamton Connects NY 434 and Conklin Avenue with NY 992E

Only pedestrian and bicycle traffic allowed; closed to vehicular traffic for decades; triple lenticular truss bridge dating to 1886

State Street Bridge NY 434 Binghamton Carries NY 434 to NY 363, NY 992E, and US 11

Interchanges with Conklin Avenue and Tremont Avenue

Exchange Street Bridge Binghamton Connects Conklin Avenue with NY 363
Rockbottom Dam Binghamton
Rockbottom Street Bridge Binghamton Removed in mid-first decade of the 21st century.
Tompkins Street Bridge NY 7 Binghamton Connects US 11 with Binghamton’s Southside
Railroad Bridge Erie Lackawanna Railway Binghamton
Conklin-Kirkwood Road Bridge CR 177 Conklin and Kirkwood Connects NY 7 with Spud Lane, Colesville Road, and effectively US 11 and the NY 17I-81 concurrency
Conklin Forks Road Bridge CR 20 Conklin Forks and Kirkwood Connects County Route 8 and County Route 141 with Bridge Street, US 11 and I-81 (Exit 1).

Pennsylvania

Susquehanna County

Bridge Route Location Notes Coordinates
Main Street Bridge US 11 Hallstead and Great Bend
Interstate Bridges Interstate 81 Hallstead and Great Bend twin spans
Railroad bridges Conrail Susquehanna and Oakland via I. bridge on either side of I.
Oakland Dam No public thoroughfare Susquehanna and Oakland low head dam
Bridge PA 92
PA 171
Susquehanna and Oakland Recent construction (not on topos)
Westfall Avenue Susquehanna and Oakland

New York

Eastern Broome County

  • CR 28 Bridge (Chapel St in Windsor)
  • Ouaquaga Bridge, road bridge crossing the river in Ouaquaga. The bridge is claimed to be the only double lenticular truss bridge in New York State. The bridge, opened in 1889, has since been bypassed, but still exists as a landmark. A parking lot has been built for the bridge and an adjacent river access.
  • CR 229 Bridge (Bridge St in Center Village) Built in 1990.
  • Old Center Village Bridge, parallel to CR 229 bridge. Built in 1890; still stands, but closed to all traffic in 1990.
  • I-88 Bridges. Double Two lane Concrete bridges that are located in the Town of Colesville, just south of the hamlet of Nineveh
  • CR 233 Bridge in Nineveh

Chenango County

  • I-88 Exit 7/State Route 41 Bridge located in the Village of Afton.
  • I-88 Exit 8/State Route 206 Bridge, is located in the Village of Bainbridge, NY, the newest version of the Route 206 bridge was completed in 2007. This bridge sits on the site of the previous bridge, which existed from 1958 to 2007. The newest iteration is the 5th bridge built on that site. The original crossing was a two lane wooden covered bridge from the late 18th century that collapsed during a winter ice jam. Part of the wooden deck of the original bridge can be seen in the river bed below the North end of the bridge, off the western side.

Otsego County / Delaware County

  • State Route 8 Bridge, a Girder bridge located on the west end of the Village of Sidney, this bridge provides two wide lanes of traffic for I-88's connection to Route 8.
  • Main St. Bridge, Village of Sidney, a Truss bridge located in the Village of Sidney on Main St.
  • D&H Trestle, A Delaware and Hudson Railway Trestle bridge located in the East end of the Village of Sidney.
  • I-88 Exit 10 Bridge, Town of Unadilla, A modern concrete crossing that connects Village of Unadilla to Interstate 88.
  • Bridge Street Bridge, Town of Unadilla, Demolished.
  • I-88 Exit 11 Bridge, Town of Unadilla/Sidney, a.k.a. the Green Bridge, located in the Village of Unadilla, is a large two span iron Truss bridge connects the Village of Unadilla to Interstate 88 via State Route 357.
  • Wells Bridge (Original), The original Wells Bridge is a two lane Iron truss Bridge with a "holey deck" that is accessible to pedestrians, only. There are gates at each end of the bridge to prevent vehicle traffic, and the maximum weight is listed as 10 people.
  • County Route 44 Bridge, Hamlet of Wells Bridge (1990s), An upstream replacement for the old Iron Truss Bridge. Built as a two lane Girder bridge and located in the Hamlet of Wells Bridge. Connects Wells Bridge to the Town of Sidney.

Otsego County

West Branch Susquehanna River

From Sunbury up the western branch to the headwaters.

Pennsylvania

Northumberland/Union and Lycoming Counties, Williamsport

Bridge Route Location Notes Coordinates Image
Barry King Bridge US 11 Monroe Township and Northumberland
Purple Heart Highway Bridge PA 45 Lewisburg and East Lewisburg
railroad bridge Penn Central Railroad Lewisburg and East Lewisburg
railroad bridge Reading Railroad West Milton and Milton via Island
road bridges (either side of island) PA 642 West Milton and Milton via Island
Interstate bridges Interstate 80 White Deer Township and Turbot Township Twin span
West Brimmer Avenue Bridge White Deer and Watsontown
Allenwood River Bridge PA 44 Allenwood and Dewart
railroad bridge Conrail Montgomery and Delaware Township
2nd Street Bridge PA 54
PA 405
Montgomery and Delaware Township
railroad bridge Conrail Montgomery and Muncy
PA 405 Muncy Station and Muncy
railroad bridge (ruins) Conrail South Williamsport and Williamsport
Carl E. Stotz Memorial Little League Bridge US 15 South Williamsport and Williamsport 4 lane bridge
Low head dam No public thoroughfare South Williamsport and Williamsport
Maynard Street Bridge South Williamsport and Williamsport
Arch Street Bridge Duboistown and Williamsport
Antler's Truss Railroad Bridge Lycoming Valley Railroad Nisbet and Glosser View 7 Span through-truss bridge. Formerly known as Bridge No. 138 along Eastern Division of the Philadelphia and Erie Railroad. Built in 1907.
PA 44 Antes Fort and Jersey Shore via Long Island Bridge on either side of island

Clinton County

Bridge Route Location Notes Coordinates
railroad bridge Conrail McElhattan and Avis
US 220 McElhattan and Avis twin span
Bridge Road McElhattan and Crestmont
River Road bridges Lock Haven and Liberty Church via Great Island Bridge on either side of island
Woodward Road Bridge PA 150 Lock Haven and Dunnstown
Lock Haven Dam No public thoroughfare Lock Haven and Woodward School low head dam
Jay Street Bridge PA 664 Lock Haven and Lockport
railroad bridge Penn Central Railroad Bald Eagle Township and Farrandsville
Hyner Bridge PA 120 Chapman Township and Hyner
Memorial Bridge PA 144 South Renovo and Renovo
West End Bridge South Renovo and Renovo dogleg, replaced in 1972

Centre and eastern Clearfield Counties

Bridge Route Location Notes Coordinates
Karthaus Bridge PA 879 Burnside Township and Karthaus
Rolling Stone Bridge PA 1011 Sylvan Grove and Rolling Stone
Deer Creek Road Bridge Graham Township and Coudley
Deer Creek Road Bridge (ruin) Graham Township and Coudley abutments only
Deer Creek Road Bridge (ruin) Graham Township and Coudley abutments only
railroad bridge Conrail Bradford Township and Shawville west of Shawville Tunnel
PA 970 Bradford Township and Shawville
Shawville Dam Bradford Township and Shawville
Interstate 80 Bradford Township and Lawrence Township twin bridges
railroad bridge Conrail Bradford Township and Lawrence Township north of Fulton Tunnel
railroad bridge Conrail Clearfield and Lawrence Township
PA 879 Clearfield and Lawrence Township
railroad bridge B&O Clearfield
Clearfield Dam No public thoroughfare Clearfield low head dam
Bridge Street Bridge US 322
PA 153
Clearfield
Market Street Bridge near PA 153 Clearfield
Washington Street Bridge PA 1001 Riverview and Hyde
Twenty-Eighth Division Highway Bridge PA 879 Riverview and Hyde
railroad bridge Conrail Susquehanna Bridge and Pike Township
Porters Bridge Old Erie Pike Susquehanna Bridge and Pike Township
railroad bridge B&O Curwensville
Stadium Drive Bridge Curwensville
railroad bridge B&O Curwensville
gauging station dam No public thoroughfare Pike Township and Curwensville appears on topographic map
Susquehanna Avenue Bridge PA 453 Pike Township and Curwensville
Curwensville Dam No public thoroughfare Pike Township south of Curwensville

Western Clearfield County

Bridge Route Location Notes Coordinates
PA 729 Ferguson Township and Lumber City
PA 3005 Greenwood Township and Bells Landing
railroad bridge Conrail Greenwood Township and Bells Landing
Zorger Road Bridge Greenwood Township and Cory Run
Camp Corbly Road Bridge Bower and Camp Corbly
railroad bridge Conrail Mahaffey
Colonel Drake Highway Bridge PA 36 Mahaffey
railroad bridge Conrail Whisky Run confluence, near McGees Mills
McGees Mills Covered Bridge Covered Bridge Road Bell Township and McGees Mills
ford or washed out bridge Bell Township south of McGees Mills appears on topographic
map and mapquest
railroad bridge Conrail Bell Township south of McGees Mills
Snyder Road Bridge Bell Township south of McGees Mills appears on topographic map,
aerials and Google Maps
dam or narrow bridge no public thoroughfare Bell Township south of McGees Mills appears on topographic map
foot bridge Burnside Township and Bell Township
in saw tooth of township borders
appears on topographic map
railroad bridge Conrail Dowler Junction, Burnside Township
US 219 Burnside
US 219 Burnside
US 219 Burnside
Kantz Hill Road Bridge Burnside Township, south of Burnside
foot or narrow bridge Chetremon Golf Course, Burnside Township
Butterbaugh Road Bridge Burnside Township and Stifflertown or Stifflertown Road
sources vary

Indiana and Cambria Counties

Bridge Route Location Notes Coordinates
Cherry Street Bridge PA 580 Cherry Tree
dam Cherry Tree appears on topographic map
Peg Run Road Bridge PA 240 Susquehanna Township near Emeigh
railroad bridge (ruin) Conrail Susquehanna Township near Emeigh old grade, bridge status uncertain
Shawna Road Bridge US 219 Susquehanna Township near Greenwich
Shawna Road Bridge US 219 Garmantown
railroad bridge Conrail Garmantown
Redbud Street Bridge Barnesboro possibly 22nd St.
sources vary
Bethwell Road Bridge Barnesboro possibly Bethwell St. or Maple Ave.
sources vary
Susquehanna Avenue Foot Bridge Barnesboro possibly Susquehanna St.
sources vary
Barr Avenue Bridge Barnesboro
railroad bridge Conrail Barnesboro
Twenty Fourth Street Bridge PA 271 Spangler
Sixteenth Street Bridge Spangler
Patterson Road Bridge North of Watkins, Barr Township
Thirteen Hill Road Bridge South of Watkins, Barr Township
mine bridges Barr Township, west of Barnes also conveyors
railroad bridge Conrail Barnes, West Carroll Township
Township Drive Bridge Bakerton, West Carroll Township
Foot bridge Bakerton, West Carroll Township Shows on USGS ariels
Reed Street Bridge Bakerton, West Carroll Township
Goodway Road Bridge Bakerton, West Carroll Township
railroad bridge Penn Central Railroad South of Bakerton, West Carroll Township mine spur, possibly removed
Number 6 Road Bridge South of Bakerton, West Carroll Township
Deveaux Street Bridge West of Carrolltown
Smith Road Bridge West of Carrolltown
railroad bridge Penn Central Railroad West of Carrolltown mine spur
Myers Road Bridge West of Carrolltown
railroad bridge Penn Central Railroad West of Carrolltown

References

  1. ^ http://loc.gov/pictures/item/pa1737/
  2. ^ http://www.jcflyover.com
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