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List of bridges on the National Register of Historic Places in Missouri


List of bridges on the National Register of Historic Places in Missouri

This is a list of bridges and tunnels on the National Register of Historic Places in the U.S. state of Missouri.[1]

Name Image Built Listed Location County Type
Arrow Rock State Historic Site Bridge ca. 1937 1985-03-04 Arrow Rock
Barretts Tunnels 1851, 1853 1978-12-08 Kirkwood
St. Louis
Boeckman Bridge 1926 1979-03-19 St. Elizabeth
Brownville Bridge 1939 1993-06-17 Phelps City
Burfordville Covered Bridge 1858 1970-05-19 Burfordville
Cape Girardeau Howe Truss
Chain of Rocks Bridge 1929, 1936 2006-12-01 St. Louis St. Louis City Warrant Truss
Crowder State Park Vehicle Bridge ca. 1939 1985-03-04 Trenton
Grundy Rustic arch
Eads Bridge 1867, 1874 1966-10-15 St. Louis
St. Louis City Cantilever deck arch
Hargrove Pivot Bridge 1917 1985-10-15 Poplar Bluff
Butler Wichert and Warren Truss
Jefferson Street Footbridge 2003-09-02 Springfield
Greene Cantilever Through Truss
Locust Creek Covered Bridge Locust Creek Covered Bridge 1868 1970-05-19 Laclede
Meramec River U.S. 66 Bridge - J421 2009-9-16 Eureka St. Louis Warren deck truss
Montserrat Recreation Demonstration Area Bridge 1937 1985-03-04 Knob Noster
Papinville Marais des Cygnes River Bridge 1884 2002-10-22 Papinville
Bates Pinned Pratt through truss
Pin Oak Hollow Bridge 1934, 1938 1985-09-13 Pin Oak Hollow
Camden Single-arch
Powell Bridge 2011-4-20 Powell vicinity
Rulo Bridge 1938, 1939 1993-01-04 Fortescue
Holt Pennsylvania through truss
Sandy Creek Covered Bridge 1872 1970-07-08 Hillsboro
Jefferson Howe Truss
Swan Creek Bridge 1914, 1932 1983-09-08 Forsyth
Union Covered Bridge 1870, 1871 1970-06-15 Paris
Upper Bridge 1928 1999-09-17 Warsaw
Waddell "A" Truss Bridge Waddell 1898, 1980, 1987 1991-01-25 Parkville
Platte Waddell "A" truss
Waverly Bridge
Windsor Harbor Road Bridge 1874, 1875 1983-09-08 Kimmswick
Y Bridge 1926, 1927 1991-05-23 Galena
Stone Open spandrel arch Y bridge


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