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

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

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

Name Image Built Listed Location County Type
AJX Bridge over South Fork and Powder River 1931, 1932 1985-02-22 Kaycee
Johnson Pratt deck truss
BMU Bridge over Wind River c. 1935; moved 1953–1954 1985-02-22 Ethete
Fremont Parker through truss
CKW Bridge over Powder River 1932, 1933 1985-02-22 Arvada
Sheridan Pratt deck truss
CQA Four Mile Bridge 1927, 1928 1985-02-22 Thermopolis
Hot Springs Pennsylvania through truss
DDZ Bridge over New Fork River 1917 1985-02-22 Boulder
Sublette Kingpost pony truss
DFU Elk Mountain Bridge 1923, 1924 1985-02-22 Elk Mountain
Carbon Warren pony truss
DMJ Pick Bridge 1909, 1910, 1934 1985-02-22 Saratoga
Carbon Parker through truss
DML Butler Bridge 1930 1985-02-22 Encampment
Carbon Cammelback through truss
DOE Bridge over Laramie River 1926, 1932 1985-02-22 Bosler
Albany Pratt Half-hip
DSD Bridge over Cheyenne River c. 1915, 1921, 1922 1985-02-22 Riverview
Niobrara Pennsylvania through truss
DUX Bessemer Bend Bridge c. 1920 1985-02-22 Bessemer Bend
Natrona Warren through truss
DXN Bridge over Missouri River 1921 1985-02-22 Hulett
Crook Pratt pony truss
EAU Arvada Bridge 1914 1985-02-22 Arvada
Sheridan Parker through truss
EBF Bridge over Powder River 1915 1985-02-22 Leiter
Sheridan Pratt/Warren through truss
ECR Kooi Bridge 1913 1985-02-22 Monarch
Sheridan Pratt pony truss
ECS Bridge over Big Goose Creek 1914 1985-02-22 Sheridan
Sheridan Pratt pony truss
EDL Peloux Bridge 1912, 1913 1985-02-22 Buffalo
Johnson Pratt pony truss
EDZ Irigary Bridge 1913, 1963 1985-02-22 Sussex
Johnson Pennsylvania through truss
EFP Bridge over Owl Creek 1919, 1920 1985-02-22 Thermopolis
Hot Springs Camelback through truss
EJE Bridge over Shell Creek 1920 1985-02-22 Shell
Big Horn Warren pony truss
EJP County Line Bridge 1917 1985-02-22 Hyattville
Big Horn Camelback pony truss
EJZ Bridge over Shoshone River 1925, 1926 1985-02-22 Lovell
Big Horn Warren pony truss
ELS Bridge over Big Wind River c. 1920 1985-02-22 Dubois
Fremont
ELY Wind River Diversion Dam Bridge 1924, 1925 1985-02-22 Morton
Fremont Warren pony truss
ENP Bridge over Green River c. 1905 1985-02-22 Daniel
Sublette Pratt truss through & pony
ERT Bridge over Black's Fork c. 1920 1985-02-22 Fort Bridger
Uinta Warren pony truss
ETD Bridge over Green River 1913 1985-02-22 Fontenelle
Sweetwater Pratt through truss
ETR Big Island Bridge 1909, 1910 1985-02-22 Green River
Sweetwater Pratt through truss
EWZ Bridge over East Channel of Laramie River 1913, 1914 1985-02-22 Wheatland
Platte Pratt pony truss
Hayden Arch Bridge 1924, 1925 1985-02-22 Cody
Park
Rairden Bridge 1916 1985-02-22 Manderson
Big Horn Pennsylvania through truss

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