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

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This is a list of bridges and tunnels on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. [1] Covered bridges on the NRHP in Pennsylvania are listed elsewhere.

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NameImageBuiltListedLocationCountyType
Adams Avenue Bridge in Philadelphia WTP2 Mike Reali 07b.jpg 1901June 22, 1988 Philadelphia
Adams Avenue across Tacony Creek
40°2′31″N75°6′48″W / 40.04194°N 75.11333°W / 40.04194; -75.11333 (Adams Avenue Bridge in Philadelphia)
Philadelphia Multi-span stone arch
Allenwood River Bridge Allenwood River Bridge.jpg 1895June 22, 1988 Allenwood, Union
41°6′28″N76°53′25″W / 41.10778°N 76.89028°W / 41.10778; -76.89028 (Allenwood River Bridge)
Northumberland, Union Pratt through truss
Armstrong Tunnel ArmstrongTunnel.JPG 1926, 1927January 7, 1986 Pittsburgh
40°26′5″N79°59′25″W / 40.43472°N 79.99028°W / 40.43472; -79.99028 (Armstrong Tunnel)
Allegheny
Askew Bridge Skew Bridge.JPG 1857March 1, 1973 Reading
40°20′37″N75°55′34″W / 40.34361°N 75.92611°W / 40.34361; -75.92611 (Askew Bridge)
Berks
Atkinson Road Bridge ATKINSON ROAD BRIDGE.jpg 1873March 20, 2002 Solebury Twp
40°19′38″N74°58′44″W / 40.32722°N 74.97889°W / 40.32722; -74.97889 (Atkinson Road Bridge)
Bucks Three-span arch
Baker Bridge Baker Bridge.jpg 1917March 20, 1990 Newburg
40°17′10″N78°7′17″W / 40.28611°N 78.12139°W / 40.28611; -78.12139 (Baker Bridge)
Huntingdon Concrete arch
Barto Bridge Barto Bridge 02.JPG 1908June 22, 1988 Barto
40°23′46″N75°36′31″W / 40.39611°N 75.60861°W / 40.39611; -75.60861 (Barto Bridge)
Berks Single-span barrel arch
Belmont Avenue Bridge in Philadelphia Better Belmont Bridge.JPG 1896June 22, 1988 Philadelphia
39°59′36″N75°13′6″W / 39.99333°N 75.21833°W / 39.99333; -75.21833 (Belmont Avenue Bridge in Philadelphia)
Philadelphia Single-span stone arch
Birmingham Bridge Birmingham Bridge, Juniata River.jpg 1898March 20, 1990 Birmingham
40°38′56″N78°11′57″W / 40.64889°N 78.19917°W / 40.64889; -78.19917 (Birmingham Bridge)
Huntingdon Pratt through truss
Black Rock Bridge Black Rock Bridge.JPG 1927June 22, 1988 Mont Clare
40°9′32″N75°30′44″W / 40.15889°N 75.51222°W / 40.15889; -75.51222 (Black Rock Bridge)
Chester, Montgomery Multi-span spandrel arch
W. Bollman and Company Bridge Wells-creek-bollman-bridge.jpg 1871November 8, 1978 Meyersdale
39°49′48″N79°2′34″W / 39.83000°N 79.04278°W / 39.83000; -79.04278 (W. Bollman and Company Bridge)
Somerset Warren truss
Bridge 182+42, Northern Central Railway Bridge 182+42, Northern Central Railway, Shrewsbury Twp., PA, Near Town Of Railroad.jpg ca. 1871May 4, 1995 Glen Rock
39°46′39″N76°43′25″W / 39.77750°N 76.72361°W / 39.77750; -76.72361 (Bridge 182+42, Northern Central Railway)
York Masonry arch
Bridge 5+92, Northern Central Railway 7 Valleys PA RR bridge from N.JPG 1900May 4, 1995 Seven Valleys
39°51′15″N76°46′18″W / 39.85417°N 76.77167°W / 39.85417; -76.77167 (Bridge 5+92, Northern Central Railway)
York Girder
Bridge 634, Northern Central Railway Bridge 634, Northern Central Railway, Shrewsbury Twp., PA, Near Glen Rock.jpg ca. 1871May 4, 1995 Railroad
39°46′23″N76°43′14″W / 39.77306°N 76.72056°W / 39.77306; -76.72056 (Bridge 634, Northern Central Railway)
York Masonry arch
Bridge between East Manchester and Newberry Townships Bridge between East Manchester and Newberry Townships 2.jpg 1889May 10, 1988 Conewago Heights York Pennsylvania (petit) truss
Bridge between Guilford and Hamilton Townships Bridge in Guilford Twp FrankCo PA 1.JPG June 22, 1988 Social Island
39°53′9″N77°42′48″W / 39.88583°N 77.71333°W / 39.88583; -77.71333 (Bridge between Guilford and Hamilton Townships)
Franklin Multi-span stone arch
Bridge between Madison and Mahoning Townships Bridge between Madison and Mahoning Townships.jpg 1895June 22, 1988 Deanville
40°55′52″N79°23′18″W / 40.93111°N 79.38833°W / 40.93111; -79.38833 (Bridge between Madison and Mahoning Townships)
Armstrong Solid spandrel arch
Bridge between Monroe and Penn Townships Bridge between Monroe and Penn Townships, original.jpg 1919June 22, 1988 Selinsgrove
40°49′32″N76°52′17″W / 40.82556°N 76.87139°W / 40.82556; -76.87139 (Bridge between Monroe and Penn Townships)
Snyder Multi-span barrel arch
Bridge in Albany Township Bridge in Albany Township Oct 09.jpg 1841June 22, 1988 Steinsville
40°38′7″N75°51′21″W / 40.63528°N 75.85583°W / 40.63528; -75.85583 (Bridge in Albany Township)
Berks Multiple span stone arch
Bridge in Bangor Borough Bridge in Bangor Borough.jpg 1915June 22, 1988 Bangor
40°52′10″N75°12′28″W / 40.86944°N 75.20778°W / 40.86944; -75.20778 (Bridge in Bangor Borough)
Northampton
Bridge in Brown Township Bridge in Brown Township, Lycoming County.jpg 1890June 22, 1988 Hillborn
41°29′43″N77°29′51″W / 41.49528°N 77.49750°W / 41.49528; -77.49750 (Bridge in Brown Township)
Lycoming Lattice truss
Bridge in Buckingham Township Bridge in Buckingham Township, Wycombe PA 01.JPG 1905June 22, 1988 Wycombe
40°16′53″N75°1′19″W / 40.28139°N 75.02194°W / 40.28139; -75.02194 (Bridge in Buckingham Township)
Bucks Multi-span stone arch
Bridge in Cherrytree Township Bridge in Cherrytree Township.jpg 1882June 22, 1988 Titusville
41°37′2″N79°39′27″W / 41.61722°N 79.65750°W / 41.61722; -79.65750 (Bridge in Cherrytree Township)
Venango Pratt through truss
Bridge in City of Wilkes-Barre Bridge in City of Wilkes-Barre.jpg 1885June 22, 1988 Wilkes-Barre
41°15′36″N75°52′2″W / 41.26000°N 75.86722°W / 41.26000; -75.86722 (Bridge in City of Wilkes-Barre)
Luzerne Single-span stone arch
Bridge in Clinton Township Bridge in Clinton Township.jpg 1887June 22, 1988 Kennerdell
41°14′17″N79°51′16″W / 41.23806°N 79.85444°W / 41.23806; -79.85444 (Bridge in Clinton Township)
Venango Pratt through truss
Bridge in Cumberland Township Bridge in Cumberland Township.jpg 1894June 22, 1988 Greenmount
39°45′27″N77°17′6″W / 39.75750°N 77.28500°W / 39.75750; -77.28500 (Bridge in Cumberland Township)
Adams Three truss
Bridge in Dreher Township Bridge in Dreher Township.jpg 1934June 22, 1988 Haags Mill
41°17′17″N75°19′52″W / 41.28806°N 75.33111°W / 41.28806; -75.33111 (Bridge in Dreher Township)
Wayne High-rise stone arch
Bridge in East Fallowfield Township 1894June 22, 1988 Atlantic
41°32′6″N80°20′14″W / 41.53500°N 80.33722°W / 41.53500; -80.33722 (Bridge in East Fallowfield Township)
Crawford Pratt through truss; et al.
Bridge in East Fallowfield Township East Fallowfield Bridge.JPG ca. 1826June 22, 1988 Mortonville
39°56′46″N75°46′43″W / 39.94611°N 75.77861°W / 39.94611; -75.77861 (Bridge in East Fallowfield Township)
Chester
Bridge in Fishing Creek Township Bridge in Fishing Creek Township.jpg 1915June 22, 1988 Bendertown
41°9′5″N76°17′45″W / 41.15139°N 76.29583°W / 41.15139; -76.29583 (Bridge in Fishing Creek Township)
Columbia Open-spandrel arch
Bridge in Franconia Township Bridge in Franconia Township.JPG 1837June 22, 1988 Elvoy
40°17′18″N75°20′20″W / 40.28833°N 75.33889°W / 40.28833; -75.33889 (Bridge in Franconia Township)
Montgomery Multi-span stone arch
Bridge in Franklin Township Bridge in Franklin Township.jpg 1919, 1920June 22, 1988 Morrisville
39°53′37″N80°10′47″W / 39.89361°N 80.17972°W / 39.89361; -80.17972 (Bridge in Franklin Township)
Greene Open-spandrel arch
Bridge in French Creek Township Bridge in French Creek Township.jpg 1898June 22, 1988 Carlton
41°28′17″N80°1′7″W / 41.47139°N 80.01861°W / 41.47139; -80.01861 (Bridge in French Creek Township)
Mercer Pratt through truss
Bridge in Gibson Borough Bridge in Gibson Borough.jpg June 22, 1988 South Gibson
41°44′32″N75°37′51″W / 41.74222°N 75.63083°W / 41.74222; -75.63083 (Bridge in Gibson Borough)
Susquehanna Primitive corbelled arch
Bridge in Greenwood Township Bridge in Greenwood Township.jpg 1892June 22, 1988 Bells Landing
40°54′39″N78°38′51″W / 40.91083°N 78.64750°W / 40.91083; -78.64750 (Bridge in Greenwood Township)
Clearfield Pratt through truss
Bridge in Hatfield Township Bridge in Hatfield Township 02.JPG 1874June 22, 1988Unionville
40°17′2″N75°16′23″W / 40.28389°N 75.27306°W / 40.28389; -75.27306 (Bridge in Hatfield Township)
Montgomery Multi-span stone arch
Bridge in Heidelberg Township Bridge in Heidelberg Township, PA 01.JPG ca. 1887June 22, 1988 Germansville
40°42′3″N75°42′37″W / 40.70083°N 75.71028°W / 40.70083; -75.71028 (Bridge in Heidelberg Township)
Lehigh Single-span stone arch
Bridge in Jefferson Borough BridgeinJeffersonBorough.jpg 1901June 22, 1988 Cochrans Mill
40°17′34.48″N79°58′12.75″W / 40.2929111°N 79.9702083°W / 40.2929111; -79.9702083 (Bridge in Jefferson Borough)
Allegheny Single-span stone arch
Bridge in Jenner Township Bridge in Jenner Township.jpg 1908June 22, 1988 Pilltown
40°10′18″N79°0′49″W / 40.17167°N 79.01361°W / 40.17167; -79.01361 (Bridge in Jenner Township)
Somerset Single-span stone arch
Bridge in Johnstown City Bridge in Johnstown City.jpg 1890June 22, 1988 Johnstown
40°19′36″N78°55′39″W / 40.32667°N 78.92750°W / 40.32667; -78.92750 (Bridge in Johnstown City)
Cambria Pennsylvania (petit) truss
Bridge in Lewis Township Bridge in Lewis Township, Lycoming County.jpg 1890June 22, 1988 Bodines
41°26′54″N76°58′52″W / 41.44833°N 76.98111°W / 41.44833; -76.98111 (Bridge in Lewis Township)
Lycoming Pratt through truss
Bridge in Lykens Township No. 1 Bridge in Lykens Township No. 1.jpg June 22, 1988 Edman
40°38′38″N76°41′34″W / 40.64389°N 76.69278°W / 40.64389; -76.69278 (Bridge in Lykens Township No. 1)
Dauphin Multi-span stone arch
Bridge in Lykens Township No. 2 Bridge in Lykens Township No. 2.jpg 1872June 22, 1988 Fearnot
40°37′58″N76°39′52″W / 40.63278°N 76.66444°W / 40.63278; -76.66444 (Bridge in Lykens Township No. 2)
Dauphin Single-span stone arch
Bridge in Metal Township Bridge in Metal Township.jpg 1907June 22, 1988 Willow Hill
40°7′13″N77°46′39″W / 40.12028°N 77.77750°W / 40.12028; -77.77750 (Bridge in Metal Township)
Franklin Camelback-shaped arch
Bridge in Newport Borough Bridge in Newport Borough.jpg 1929June 22, 1988 Newport
40°28′27″N77°7′48″W / 40.47417°N 77.13000°W / 40.47417; -77.13000 (Bridge in Newport Borough)
Perry Multi-span stone arch
Bridge in Nicholson Township Bridge in Nicholson Township.jpg 1876June 22, 1988 Starkville
41°36′17″N75°49′24″W / 41.60472°N 75.82333°W / 41.60472; -75.82333 (Bridge in Nicholson Township)
Wyoming Lenticular truss
Bridge in Oil Creek Township 1896June 22, 1988 Titusville
41°37′46″N79°42′10″W / 41.62944°N 79.70278°W / 41.62944; -79.70278 (Bridge in Oil Creek Township)
Crawford Pratt through truss
Bridge in Portage Township Bridge in Portage Township with snow.jpg 1832June 22, 1988 Oil City
40°24′8″N78°38′22″W / 40.40222°N 78.63944°W / 40.40222; -78.63944 (Bridge in Portage Township)
Cambria Circular arch
Bridge in Porter Township Bridge in Porter Township, Lycoming County.jpg 1889June 22, 1988 Jersey Shore
41°10′51″N77°16′43″W / 41.18083°N 77.27861°W / 41.18083; -77.27861 (Bridge in Porter Township)
Lycoming Lenticular truss
Bridge in Radnor Township No. 1 GoshenRoadBridge.jpg 1905June 22, 1988 Broomall
40°0′13″N75°22′19″W / 40.00361°N 75.37194°W / 40.00361; -75.37194 (Bridge in Radnor Township No. 1)
Delaware Multi-span stone arch
Bridge in Radnor Township No. 2 Bridge2Radnor.JPG 1905June 22, 1988 Villanova
40°0′41″N75°20′39″W / 40.01139°N 75.34417°W / 40.01139; -75.34417 (Bridge in Radnor Township No. 2)
Delaware Single-span stone arch
Bridge in Reed Township Bridge in Reed Township.jpg 1860June 22, 1988 Inglenook
40°24′35″N76°59′6″W / 40.40972°N 76.98500°W / 40.40972; -76.98500 (Bridge in Reed Township)
Dauphin Multi-span stone arch
Bridge in Rockdale Township 1887June 22, 1988 Millers Station
41°48′37″N79°59′3″W / 41.81028°N 79.98417°W / 41.81028; -79.98417 (Bridge in Rockdale Township)
Crawford Pratt truss
Bridge in Shaler Township BridgeinShalerTownship.jpg 1915June 22, 1988 Shaler Township
40°32′42.03″N79°57′45.49″W / 40.5450083°N 79.9626361°W / 40.5450083; -79.9626361 (Bridge in Shaler Township)
Allegheny Single-span stone arch
Bridge in Snake Spring Township Bridge in Snake Spring Township.jpg 1934, 1935June 22, 1988 Bedford
40°0′49″N78°28′18″W / 40.01361°N 78.47167°W / 40.01361; -78.47167 (Bridge in Snake Spring Township)
Bedford Skewed open-spandrel arch
Bridge in Solebury Township Bridge in Solebury PA 01.JPG 1854June 22, 1988 Carversville
40°23′9″N75°3′50″W / 40.38583°N 75.06389°W / 40.38583; -75.06389 (Bridge in Solebury Township)
Bucks Multi-span stone arch
Bridge in South Beaver Township Watts Mill Bridge1.JPG 1878June 22, 1988 Cannelton
40°47′29″N80°29′31″W / 40.79139°N 80.49194°W / 40.79139; -80.49194 (Bridge in South Beaver Township)
Beaver Pin-connected Pratt truss
Bridge in Tinicum Township Bridge in Tinicum Township 01.JPG 1877June 22, 1988 Point Pleasant
40°25′24″N75°3′55″W / 40.42333°N 75.06528°W / 40.42333; -75.06528 (Bridge in Tinicum Township)
Bucks Pratt pony truss
Bridge in Upper Frederick Township Bridge in Upper Frederick Township, Gerloff Road.jpg 1888June 22, 1988 Fagleysville
40°16′28″N75°29′7″W / 40.27444°N 75.48528°W / 40.27444; -75.48528 (Bridge in Upper Frederick Township)
Montgomery Pratt through truss
Bridge in Upper Fredrick Township Bridge in Upper Frederick Township, Fagleysville Road.jpg 1854June 22, 1988 Zieglersville
40°17′10″N75°32′39″W / 40.28611°N 75.54417°W / 40.28611; -75.54417 (Bridge in Upper Fredrick Township)
Montgomery Multi-span stone arch
Bridge in Upper Merion Township Bridge in Upper Merion Township 01.JPG 1789June 22, 1988 Gulph Mills
40°4′8″N75°20′28″W / 40.06889°N 75.34111°W / 40.06889; -75.34111 (Bridge in Upper Merion Township)
Montgomery Small-span stone arch
Bridge in Washington Township Bridge in Washington Township.jpg 1884June 22, 1988 Kralltown
40°0′31″N76°58′29″W / 40.00861°N 76.97472°W / 40.00861; -76.97472 (Bridge in Washington Township)
York Pratt truss
Bridge in West Earl Township Bridge in West Earl Township PA.jpg 1917June 22, 1988 Brownstown
40°7′42″N76°12′1″W / 40.12833°N 76.20028°W / 40.12833; -76.20028 (Bridge in West Earl Township)
Lancaster Cantilevered concrete girder
Bridge in West Fallowfield Township West Fallowfield Bridge.JPG 1885June 22, 1988 Steelville
39°52′58″N75°59′31″W / 39.88278°N 75.99194°W / 39.88278; -75.99194 (Bridge in West Fallowfield Township)
Chester Pratt pony truss
Bridge in West Mead Township 1888June 22, 1988 Center Road Corners
41°35′21″N80°9′2″W / 41.58917°N 80.15056°W / 41.58917; -80.15056 (Bridge in West Mead Township)
Crawford Pratt through truss
Bridge in West Wheatfield Township Bridge in West Wheatfield Township.jpg 1911June 22, 1988 Robinson
40°24′11″N79°7′45″W / 40.40306°N 79.12917°W / 40.40306; -79.12917 (Bridge in West Wheatfield Township)
Indiana Single-span camelback arch
Bridge in Westover Borough Bridge in Westover Borough.jpg 1917June 22, 1988 Westover
40°45′9″N78°40′3″W / 40.75250°N 78.66750°W / 40.75250; -78.66750 (Bridge in Westover Borough)
Clearfield Open-spandrel arch
Bridge in Williams Township Bridge in Williams Township.jpg 1857June 22, 1988 Stouts
40°36′39″N75°13′54″W / 40.61083°N 75.23167°W / 40.61083; -75.23167 (Bridge in Williams Township)
Northampton Multi-span camelback arch
Bridge in Yardley Borough Bridge in Yardley Borough.JPG 1889June 22, 1988 Scammells Corner
40°14′3″N74°50′2″W / 40.23417°N 74.83389°W / 40.23417; -74.83389 (Bridge in Yardley Borough)
Bucks Single-span stone arch
Bridge Valley Bridge Bridge Valley Bridge PA 01.JPG 1804May 10, 1984 Hartsville
40°16′34″N75°5′1″W / 40.27611°N 75.08361°W / 40.27611; -75.08361 (Bridge Valley Bridge)
Bucks Neo-classical arch
Brower's Bridge Browers Bridge.JPG 1904June 22, 1988 Warwick
40°8′51″N75°46′10″W / 40.14750°N 75.76944°W / 40.14750; -75.76944 (Brower's Bridge)
Chester Stone arch
Brownsville Bridge Brownsville Bridge, western side.jpg 1913June 22, 1988 Brownsville, West Brownsville
40°1′20″N79°53′26″W / 40.02222°N 79.89056°W / 40.02222; -79.89056 (Brownsville Bridge)
Fayette, Washington Pennsylvania petit truss
Bryn Athyn-Lower Moreland Bridge Byberry Road Bridge, Lower Moreland 01.JPG 1828June 22, 1988 Lower Moreland
40°9′31″N75°4′30″W / 40.15861°N 75.07500°W / 40.15861; -75.07500 (Bryn Athyn-Lower Moreland Bridge)
Montgomery Multi-span stone arch
Cambridge Springs Bridge 1896June 22, 1988 Cambridge Springs
41°48′23″N80°3′41″W / 41.80639°N 80.06139°W / 41.80639; -80.06139 (Cambridge Springs Bridge)
Crawford Baltimore truss
Campbell's Bridge Campbell's Bridge, Spanning Unami Creek at Allentown Road (State Rout, Milford Square vicinity (Bucks County, Pennsylvania).jpg 1906June 22, 1988 Milford Square
40°25′42″N75°23′54″W / 40.42833°N 75.39833°W / 40.42833; -75.39833 (Campbell's Bridge)
Bucks Camelback open-spandrel arch
Centennial Bridge Centennial Bridge, Station Avenue spanning Saucon Creek, Center Valley (Lehigh County, Pennsylvania).jpg 1876June 22, 1988 Center Valley
40°31′43″N75°23′31″W / 40.52861°N 75.39194°W / 40.52861; -75.39194 (Centennial Bridge)
Lehigh Multi-span stone arch
Chain Bridge Chain Bridge on Lehigh River, Easton PA 01.JPG 1856, 1857February 12, 1974 Easton
40°39′14″N75°14′56″W / 40.65389°N 75.24889°W / 40.65389; -75.24889 (Chain Bridge)
Northampton
Chandler Mill Bridge Chandler Mill Bridge.JPG 1910January 11, 2010 Kennett
39°48′41″N75°42′48″W / 39.81139°N 75.71333°W / 39.81139; -75.71333 (Chandler Mill Bridge)
Chester
Charleroi-Monessen Bridge Charleroi-Monessen Bridge.jpg 1906June 22, 1988 Charleroi, Monessen
40°9′6″N79°54′15″W / 40.15167°N 79.90417°W / 40.15167; -79.90417 (Charleroi-Monessen Bridge)
Washington Multi-span Pennsylvania truss
City Line Avenue Bridge City Line Bridge Philly.JPG 1913June 22, 1988 Philadelphia
39°59′7″N75°15′33″W / 39.98528°N 75.25917°W / 39.98528; -75.25917 (City Line Avenue Bridge)
Philadelphia Single-span solid barrel arch
Claysville S Bridge Claysville S Bridge.jpg 1818April 4, 1975 Washington
40°8′22″N80°21′0″W / 40.13944°N 80.35000°W / 40.13944; -80.35000 ("S" Bridge)
Washington
Cold Spring Bridge Cold Spring Bridge Lehigh Co PA.JPG 1930June 22, 1988 North Hampton
40°42′3″N75°31′1″W / 40.70083°N 75.51694°W / 40.70083; -75.51694 (Cold Spring Bridge)
Lehigh Open-spandrel arch
Colwell Cut Viaduct Colwell Cut Viaduct.jpg 1922June 22, 1988 Seminole
40°56′13″N79°21′47″W / 40.93694°N 79.36306°W / 40.93694; -79.36306 (Colwell Cut Viaduct)
Armstrong Open-spandrel arch
Cope's Bridge Copes Bridge.JPG 1807March 7, 1985 Marshallton Chester
Coraopolis Bridge HAER Coraopolis 01 356716pv.jpg 1892, 1927January 7, 1986 Coraopolis
40°30′58″N80°9′7″W / 40.51611°N 80.15194°W / 40.51611; -80.15194 (Coraopolis Bridge)
Allegheny Bowstring truss
Corbin Bridge Corbin Bridge.jpg 1937March 20, 1990 Huntingdon
40°27′16″N77°59′0″W / 40.45444°N 77.98333°W / 40.45444; -77.98333 (Corbin Bridge)
Huntingdon Suspension
County Bridge No. 101 County Bridge No. 101.jpg 1918June 22, 1988 Rock Run
39°59′29″N75°49′52″W / 39.99139°N 75.83111°W / 39.99139; -75.83111 (County Bridge No. 101)
Chester Stilted arch
County Bridge No. 124 County Bridge No. 124.jpg 1916June 22, 1988 Downingtown
40°0′38″N75°44′39″W / 40.01056°N 75.74417°W / 40.01056; -75.74417 (County Bridge No. 124)
Chester Three-span Arch
County Bridge No. 148 1911 Bridge number 148.jpg 1911June 22, 1988 Westtown
39°55′54″N75°33′6″W / 39.93167°N 75.55167°W / 39.93167; -75.55167 (County Bridge No. 148)
Chester
County Bridge No. 171 County Bridge No. 171.jpg 1907June 22, 1988 Malvern
40°3′12″N75°30′3″W / 40.05333°N 75.50083°W / 40.05333; -75.50083 (County Bridge No. 171)
Chester Stone arch
County Bridge No. 36 County Bridge No. 36.jpg 1907June 22, 1988 Portland
40°55′7″N75°5′37″W / 40.91861°N 75.09361°W / 40.91861; -75.09361 (County Bridge No. 36)
Northampton Reinforced concrete arch
County Bridge No. 54 County Bridge No. 54.jpg 1841, 1916June 22, 1988 Prospectville
40°8′22″N75°13′1″W / 40.13944°N 75.21694°W / 40.13944; -75.21694 (County Bridge No. 54)
Montgomery Multi-span stone arch
Dauberville Bridge Dauberville Bridge, Spanning Schuykill River on Belleman's Church Road, Dauberville vicinity (Berks County, Pennsylvania).jpg 1908June 22, 1988 Dauberville
40°27′25″N75°58′37″W / 40.45694°N 75.97694°W / 40.45694; -75.97694 (Dauberville Bridge)
Berks Humpback multiple span arch
Dauphin County Bridge No. 27 1896August 2, 1993 Pillow
40°38′5″N76°51′23″W / 40.63472°N 76.85639°W / 40.63472; -76.85639 (Dauphin County Bridge No. 27)
Dauphin, Northumberland Metal truss
Deer Creek Bridge, Stewartstown Railroad ca. 1895May 4, 1995 Shrewsbury
39°45′30″N76°38′55″W / 39.75833°N 76.64861°W / 39.75833; -76.64861 (Deer Creek Bridge, Stewartstown Railroad)
York Girder
Delaware Division of the Pennsylvania Canal Delaware Canal w dog.JPG 1831, 1931October 29, 1974 Bristol, Easton
40°5′43″N74°51′40″W / 40.09528°N 74.86111°W / 40.09528; -74.86111 (Delaware Division of the Pennsylvania Canal)
40°41′17″N75°12′17″W / 40.68806°N 75.20472°W / 40.68806; -75.20472 (Delaware Division of the Pennsylvania Canal)
Bucks, Northampton
Delta Trestle Bridge, Maryland and Pennsylvania Railroad ca. 1875May 4, 1995 Delta
39°43′44″N76°19′49″W / 39.72889°N 76.33028°W / 39.72889; -76.33028 (Delta Trestle Bridge, Maryland and Pennsylvania Railroad)
York Trestle
Dunlap's Creek Bridge Dunlap creek bridge jet lowe 1983.jpg 1836, 1839July 31, 1978 Brownsville
40°1′17″N79°53′19″W / 40.02139°N 79.88861°W / 40.02139; -79.88861 (Dunlap's Creek Bridge)
Fayette Cast iron arch
English Center Suspension Bridge Haer-pa-461-photo03.jpg 1891December 14, 1978 English Center
41°26′5″N77°17′21″W / 41.43472°N 77.28917°W / 41.43472; -77.28917 (English Center Suspension Bridge)
Lycoming Suspension
Etters Bridge Green Lane Bridge York n Cumberland PA 2.JPG 1889February 27, 1986 Lower Allen Township, Fairview Township
40°13′26″N76°53′51″W / 40.22389°N 76.89750°W / 40.22389; -76.89750 (Etters Bridge)
Cumberland, York Pratt truss
Fortieth Street Bridge FortiethStreetBridge.jpg 1924June 22, 1988 Millvale, Pittsburgh
40°28′25″N79°58′12″W / 40.47361°N 79.97000°W / 40.47361; -79.97000 (Fortieth Street Bridge)
Allegheny Long-span deck arch
Frankford Avenue Bridge (over Pennypack Creek) Frankford-Avenue-Bridge.jpg 1697June 22, 1988 Philadelphia
Frankford Avenue over Pennypack Creek 40°2′37″N75°1′15″W / 40.04361°N 75.02083°W / 40.04361; -75.02083 (Frankford Avenue Bridge)
Philadelphia Three-span stone arch, filled barrel arch
Frankford Avenue Bridge over Poquessing Creek FrankfordAveBridgePoquessingCreek.jpg 1904June 22, 1988 Philadelphia
Frankford Avenue/Bristol Pike (US Route 13) over Poquessing Creek 40°3′53″N74°58′53″W / 40.06472°N 74.98139°W / 40.06472; -74.98139 (Frankford Avenue Bridge)
Philadelphia and Bucks Single-span concrete arch
Frantz's Bridge Frantz's Bridge.jpg 1887June 22, 1988 Weidasville
40°39′3″N75°39′2″W / 40.65083°N 75.65056°W / 40.65083; -75.65056 (Frantz's Bridge)
Lehigh Multi-span stone arch replaced in 2011
Frehn Bridge ca. 1890March 20, 1990 Springfield
40°8′0″N77°59′29″W / 40.13333°N 77.99139°W / 40.13333; -77.99139 (Frehn Bridge)
Huntingdon Pratt through truss
Gilbert Bridge 1899May 5, 1989 Grantham, Siddonsburg
40°9′13″N76°58′57″W / 40.15361°N 76.98250°W / 40.15361; -76.98250 (Gilbert Bridge)
Cumberland, York Pratt through truss
Hammer Creek Bridge 1904June 22, 1988 Brunnerville
40°11′48″N76°16′45″W / 40.19667°N 76.27917°W / 40.19667; -76.27917 (Brunnerville Road Bridge over Hammer Creek)
Lancaster
Hare's Hill Road Bridge Hareshill.jpg 1867March 28, 1978 Phoenixville
40°8′28.22″N75°34′04.24″W / 40.1411722°N 75.5678444°W / 40.1411722; -75.5678444 (Hare's Hill Road Bridge)
Chester Wrought iron Bow string truss
Harrison Avenue Bridge Harrison Avenue Bridge.jpg 1922June 22, 1988 Scranton
41°24′0″N75°39′6″W / 41.40000°N 75.65167°W / 41.40000; -75.65167 (Harrison Avenue Bridge)
Lackawanna Open-spandrel
Hays Bridge Historic District HAYS BRIDGE HISTORIC DISTRICT.jpg ca. 1820, 1883July 31, 1978 Mercersburg Franklin Burr truss
High Bridge Coatesville High Bridge.JPG 1904March 26, 1976 Coatesville
39°59′2″N75°49′39″W / 39.98389°N 75.82750°W / 39.98389; -75.82750 (High Bridge)
Chester
Hogback Bridge Hogback Bridge.jpg 1893June 22, 1988 Curwensville
40°58′25″N78°29′26″W / 40.97361°N 78.49056°W / 40.97361; -78.49056 (Hogback Bridge)
Clearfield Pennsylvania petit truss
Holme Avenue Bridge Holme Ave Bridge Philly.JPG 1921June 22, 1988 Philadelphia
40°3′23″N75°1′24″W / 40.05639°N 75.02333°W / 40.05639; -75.02333 (Holme Avenue Bridge)
Philadelphia Single-span concrete arch
Homestead High-Level Bridge HGbridge .jpg 1934, 1937January 7, 1986 Pittsburgh
40°24′40″N79°55′9″W / 40.41111°N 79.91917°W / 40.41111; -79.91917 (Homestead High-Level Bridge)
Allegheny Wichert continuous truss
Horse Valley Bridge Horse Valley Bridge FrankCo PA 1.JPG June 22, 1988 Upper Strasburg
40°3′57″N77°45′34″W / 40.06583°N 77.75944°W / 40.06583; -77.75944 (Horse Valley Bridge)
Franklin Multi-span stone arch
Horsham-Montgomery Bridge PA-Montco-HorshamMontcoBridge.jpg 1839June 22, 1988 Fort Washington
40°14′15″N75°11′31″W / 40.23750°N 75.19194°W / 40.23750; -75.19194 (Horsham-Montgomery Bridge)
Montgomery Multi-span stone arch
Howard Tunnel, Northern Central Railway Heritage Railroad Trail County Park Howard Tunnel.jpg 1840, 1868May 19, 1995 New Salem
39°53′28″N76°45′2″W / 39.89111°N 76.75056°W / 39.89111; -76.75056 (Howard Tunnel, Northern Central Railway)
York
Ironstone Bridge Ironstone Bridge 01.JPG 1907June 22, 1988 Morysville
40°19′12″N75°39′8″W / 40.32000°N 75.65222°W / 40.32000; -75.65222 (Ironstone Bridge)
Berks Single-span arch
Jerome Street Bridge JeromeStreetBridge.jpg 1935, 1937June 22, 1988 McKeesport
40°21′1.8″N79°52′11.84″W / 40.350500°N 79.8699556°W / 40.350500; -79.8699556 (Jerome Street Bridge)
Allegheny Two-hinged through arch
John's Burnt Mill Bridge Johns burnt mill bridge from downstream.JPG 1800, 1823December 16, 1974 New Oxford
39°49′56″N77°4′47″W / 39.83222°N 77.07972°W / 39.83222; -77.07972 (John's Burnt Mill Bridge)
Adams Camelback
Kise Mill Bridge Kise Bridge YorkCo PA.JPG 1915June 22, 1988 Woodside
40°6′56″N76°48′38″W / 40.11556°N 76.81056°W / 40.11556; -76.81056 (Kise Mill Bridge)
York Camelback single span arch
Layton Bridge Layton Bridge.jpg 1899June 22, 1988 Layton
40°5′21″N79°43′49″W / 40.08917°N 79.73028°W / 40.08917; -79.73028 (Layton Bridge)
Fayette Pratt truss
Lenape Bridge Lenape Bridge.jpg 1911, 1912June 22, 1988 Lenape
39°54′54″N75°37′47″W / 39.91500°N 75.62972°W / 39.91500; -75.62972 (Lenape Bridge)
Chester Multi-span stone arch
Liberty Bridge Liberty Bridge.jpg 1928June 22, 1988 Pittsburgh
40°25′58″N79°59′50″W / 40.43278°N 79.99722°W / 40.43278; -79.99722 (Liberty Bridge)
Allegheny Multi-span Pratt truss
Lilly Bridge Lilly Bridge.jpg 1832June 22, 1988 Lilly
40°25′25″N78°37′3″W / 40.42361°N 78.61750°W / 40.42361; -78.61750 (Lilly Bridge)
Cambria Single-span stone arch
Lindbergh Viaduct Lindburgh Bridge Reading PA.jpg 1927June 22, 1988 Reading
40°19′52″N75°54′0″W / 40.33111°N 75.90000°W / 40.33111; -75.90000 (Lindbergh Viaduct)
Berks Open-spandrel arch
Marion Bridge Marion Bridge, Point Marion.jpg 1930June 22, 1988 Point Marion
39°44′22″N79°54′19″W / 39.73944°N 79.90528°W / 39.73944; -79.90528 (Marion Bridge)
Fayette, Greene Warren through truss
Market Street Bridge Market Street Bridge, Wilkes-Barre.jpg 1926, 1929June 22, 1988 Kingston, Wilkes-Barre
41°14′55″N75°53′7″W / 41.24861°N 75.88528°W / 41.24861; -75.88528 (Market Street Bridge)
Luzerne
Market Street Bridge Market Street Bridge (Harrisburg) HAER color 1.jpg 1928June 22, 1988 Harrisburg
40°15′0″N76°53′27″W / 40.25000°N 76.89083°W / 40.25000; -76.89083 (Market Street Bridge)
Cumberland, Dauphin Long-span monumental urban
Marshall's Bridge Marshal Bridge Chesco.JPG 1903June 22, 1988 Little Washington
40°3′23″N75°45′31″W / 40.05639°N 75.75861°W / 40.05639; -75.75861 (Marshall's Bridge)
Chester
McClay's Twin Bridge (East) McClay's Twin Bridge (East).jpg 1827June 22, 1988 Middle Spring
40°5′54″N77°34′15″W / 40.09833°N 77.57083°W / 40.09833; -77.57083 (McClay's Twin Bridge (East))
Franklin Multi-span camelback arch
McClay's Twin Bridge (West) Maclay's Mill Twin Bridge (East & West), Spanning Conodoguinet Creek at Maclay's Mill Road , Mowersville vicinity (Franklin County, Pennsylvania).jpg 1827June 22, 1988 Middle Spring
40°5′53″N77°34′12″W / 40.09806°N 77.57000°W / 40.09806; -77.57000 (McClay's Twin Bridge (West))
Franklin Multi-span camelback arch
McKees Rocks Bridge McKeesRocksBridge.jpg 1931November 14, 1988 McKees Rocks
40°28′37.34″N80°2′56.04″W / 40.4770389°N 80.0489000°W / 40.4770389; -80.0489000 (McKees Rocks Bridge)
Allegheny Metal through arch
Albertus L. Meyers Bridge 1916 - 8th Street Bridge Looking Northeast.jpg 1913June 22, 1988 Allentown
40°35′45″N75°28′16″W / 40.59583°N 75.47111°W / 40.59583; -75.47111 (Albertus L. Meyers Bridge)
Lehigh Open-spandrel arch
Milanville-Skinners Falls Bridge SkinnersFallsMilanvilleBridge.jpg 1904November 14, 1988 Milanville
41°40′10″N75°3′31″W / 41.66944°N 75.05861°W / 41.66944; -75.05861 (Milanville-Skinners Falls Bridge)
Wayne Baltimore truss
Muddy Creek Bridge, Maryland and Pennsylvania Railroad ca. 1909May 4, 1995 Sunnyburn
39°45′37″N76°21′5″W / 39.76028°N 76.35139°W / 39.76028; -76.35139 (Muddy Creek Bridge, Maryland and Pennsylvania Railroad)
York Pratt truss
Newtown Creek Bridge Newtown Creek Bridge 01.JPG 1796, 1875June 22, 1988 Newtown
40°13′40″N74°56′20″W / 40.22778°N 74.93889°W / 40.22778; -74.93889 (Newtown Creek Bridge)
Bucks Two-span stone arch
Ninth Street Bridge HAER PBG 9thStreet 361504pv.jpg 1925, 1926January 7, 1986 Pittsburgh
40°26′48″N80°0′1″W / 40.44667°N 80.00028°W / 40.44667; -80.00028 (Ninth Street Bridge)
Allegheny Eyebar suspension
Old Columbia-Wrightsville Bridge Columbia-Wrightsville Bridge.jpg 1929, 1930June 22, 1988 Columbia, Wrightsville
40°1′50″N76°30′41″W / 40.03056°N 76.51139°W / 40.03056; -76.51139 (Old Columbia-Wrightsville Bridge)
Lancaster, York Open-spandrel arch
Pennsylvania Railroad Bridge Pittsburgh Fort Wayne Railroad Bridge.jpg 1901, 1904August 13, 1979 Pittsburgh
40°26′58″N79°59′50″W / 40.44944°N 79.99722°W / 40.44944; -79.99722 (Pennsylvania Railroad Bridge)
Allegheny Double-decked through truss
Pennsylvania Railroad Bridge Pennsy bridge 1.jpg 1903June 6, 1979 Morrisville
40°12′31″N74°45′58″W / 40.20861°N 74.76611°W / 40.20861; -74.76611 (Pennsylvania Railroad Bridge)
Bucks Stone arch
Pennsylvania Railroad Bridge over Shavers Creek 1889March 20, 1990 Petersburg
40°34′1″N78°2′54″W / 40.56694°N 78.04833°W / 40.56694; -78.04833 (Pennsylvania Railroad Bridge over Shavers Creek)
Huntingdon Stone arch
Pennsylvania Railroad Old Bridge over Standing Stone Creek Pennsylvania Railroad Old Bridge over Standing Stone Creek.jpg 1848, 1849March 20, 1990 Huntingdon
40°28′51″N78°0′17″W / 40.48083°N 78.00472°W / 40.48083; -78.00472 (Pennsylvania Railroad Old Bridge over Standing Stone Creek)
Huntingdon Stone arch
Perkiomen Bridge Perkiomen Stone Arch Bridge, Spanning Perkiomen Creek at Ridge Pike, Collegeville (Montgomery County, Pennsylvania).jpg 1799June 22, 1988 Collegeville
40°11′3″N75°26′54″W / 40.18417°N 75.44833°W / 40.18417; -75.44833 (Perkiomen Bridge)
Montgomery Multi-span stone arch
Pithole Stone Arch Pithole Stone Arch Bridge.jpg 1897June 22, 1988 Cornplanter / President Townships
41°29′13″N79°35′43″W / 41.48694°N 79.59528°W / 41.48694; -79.59528 (Pithole Stone Arch)
Venango Single-span stone arch
Pond Eddy Bridge Pond Eddy Bridge about halfway through.JPG 1904November 14, 1988 Pond Eddy
41°26′21″N74°49′13″W / 41.43917°N 74.82028°W / 41.43917; -74.82028 (Pond Eddy Bridge)
Pike Pennsylvania truss
Pond Mill Bridge Pond Mill Bridge.jpg June 22, 1988 Bermudian
39°59′45″N77°3′31″W / 39.99583°N 77.05861°W / 39.99583; -77.05861 (Pond Mill Bridge)
Adams Three-span camelback arch
Quaker Bridge Quaker Bridge.jpg 1898June 22, 1988 Greenville
41°25′33″N80°22′22″W / 41.42583°N 80.37278°W / 41.42583; -80.37278 (Quaker Bridge)
Mercer Pratt through truss
Reading-Halls Station Bridge Reading-Halls Station Bridge.jpg ca. 1850January 17, 1980 Muncy
41°14′9″N76°49′58″W / 41.23583°N 76.83278°W / 41.23583; -76.83278 (Reading-Halls Station Bridge)
Lycoming Pony Howe truss
Ridge Avenue Bridge in Philadelphia Ridge Ave Bridge Philly.JPG 1888June 22, 1988 Philadelphia
40°0′53″N75°12′26″W / 40.01472°N 75.20722°W / 40.01472; -75.20722 (Ridge Avenue Bridge in Philadelphia)
Philadelphia Multi-span stone arch
Ridge Road Bridge, Stewartstown Railroad Ridge Road Bridge, Stewartstown Railroad, Hopewell Twp PA.jpg ca. 1895May 4, 1995 Stewartstown
39°45′35″N76°37′33″W / 39.75972°N 76.62583°W / 39.75972; -76.62583 (Ridge Road Bridge, Stewartstown Railroad)
York Girder
Rockville Bridge Rockville Bridge PA.jpg 1900, 1902August 15, 1975 Marysville, Rockville
40°19′59″N76°54′42″W / 40.33306°N 76.91167°W / 40.33306; -76.91167 (Rockville Bridge)
Dauphin, Perry Stone masonry arch
Runk Bridge Runk Bridge.jpg 1889March 20, 1990 Shirleysburg
40°16′40″N77°53′14″W / 40.27778°N 77.88722°W / 40.27778; -77.88722 (Runk Bridge)
Huntingdon Pratt truss
S Bridge S Bridge Womelsdorf, Pennsylvania.jpg 1919June 22, 1988 Sheridan
40°22′25″N76°13′7″W / 40.37361°N 76.21861°W / 40.37361; -76.21861 (S Bridge)
Berks Multi-span stone arch likely replaced
Scott Creek Bridge-North, Maryland and Pennsylvania Railroad North End of Eastern Side of Scott Creek Bridge-North.jpg ca. 1909May 4, 1995 Bryansville
39°44′46″N76°20′29″W / 39.74611°N 76.34139°W / 39.74611; -76.34139 (Scott Creek Bridge-North, Maryland and Pennsylvania Railroad)
York Girder
Second Street Bridge Second Street Bridge, Chester.jpg 1919June 22, 1988 Chester
39°50′41″N75°21′39″W / 39.84472°N 75.36083°W / 39.84472; -75.36083 (Second Street Bridge)
Delaware tied-arch, destroyed [2]
Seventh Street Bridge HAER PBG 7thStreet 361498pv.jpg 1925, 1926January 7, 1986 Pittsburgh
40°26′52″N80°0′12″W / 40.44778°N 80.00333°W / 40.44778; -80.00333 (Seventh Street Bridge)
Allegheny Eyebar suspension
Sixteenth Street Bridge SixteenthStreetBridgePittsburghPA.jpg 1923August 13, 1979 Pittsburgh
40°27′4″N79°59′26″W / 40.45111°N 79.99056°W / 40.45111; -79.99056 (16th Street Bridge)
Allegheny Tied arch
Sixth Street Bridge Roberto Clemente bridge.jpg 1927, 1928January 7, 1986 Pittsburgh
40°26′43″N80°0′12″W / 40.44528°N 80.00333°W / 40.44528; -80.00333 (Sixth Street Bridge)
Allegheny Eyebar suspension
Skippack Bridge Skippack Stone Arch Bridge, Spanning Skippack Creek at Germantown Pike, Skippack (Montgomery County, Pennsylvania).jpg 1792December 2, 1970 Evansburg
40°10′49″N75°25′20″W / 40.18028°N 75.42222°W / 40.18028; -75.42222 (Skippack Bridge)
Montgomery Eight-arch masonry
Smithfield Street Bridge Smithfield Street Bridge.jpg 1883, 1889March 21, 1974 Pittsburgh
40°26′5″N80°0′8″W / 40.43472°N 80.00222°W / 40.43472; -80.00222 (Smithfield Street Bridge)
Allegheny Pauli truss
Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Bridge State Street Bridge (Harrisburg) HAER color.jpg 1930June 22, 1988 Harrisburg
40°16′2″N76°52′43″W / 40.26722°N 76.87861°W / 40.26722; -76.87861 (Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Bridge)
Dauphin Long-span monumental urban
South Road Bridge, Northern Central Railway ca. 1871May 4, 1995 Larue
39°49′14″N76°45′39″W / 39.82056°N 76.76083°W / 39.82056; -76.76083 (South Road Bridge, Northern Central Railway)
York Masonry arch
South Tenth Street Bridge Pittsburgh Tenth Street Bridge from Bluff downsteam.JPG 1932January 7, 1986 Pittsburgh
40°25′57″N79°59′23″W / 40.43250°N 79.98972°W / 40.43250; -79.98972 (South Tenth Street Bridge)
Allegheny Wire-cable suspension
Staple Bend Tunnel Staplebendtunnel.jpg 1833, 1853April 19, 1994 Conemaugh Township
40°21′33″N78°51′19″W / 40.35917°N 78.85528°W / 40.35917; -78.85528 (Staple Bend Tunnel)
Cambria Tunnel
Starrucca Viaduct HAER-Starrucca 1.jpg 1848October 29, 1975 Lanesboro
41°57′51″N75°35′2″W / 41.96417°N 75.58389°W / 41.96417; -75.58389 (Starrucca Viaduct)
Susquehanna
Stone Arch Road Bridge, Stewartstown Railroad Stone Arch Road Bridge, Stewartstown Railroad Shrewsbury Twp PA.jpg ca. 1895May 4, 1995 Railroad
39°45′1″N76°41′14″W / 39.75028°N 76.68722°W / 39.75028; -76.68722 (Stone Arch Road Bridge, Stewartstown Railroad)
York Girder
Sutch Road Bridge in Marlborough Township Sutch Road Bridge in Marlborough PA 02.JPG 1910June 22, 1988 Milford
40°22′4″N75°25′24″W / 40.36778°N 75.42333°W / 40.36778; -75.42333 (Sutch Road Bridge in Marlborough Township)
Montgomery Multi-span stone arch
Swamp Creek Road Bridge Swamp Creek Bridge Montco PA.jpg 1892June 22, 1988 Sumneytown
40°20′3″N75°26′59″W / 40.33417°N 75.44972°W / 40.33417; -75.44972 (Swamp Creek Road Bridge)
Montgomery Multi-span stone arch
Thirty-third Street Bridge in Philadelphia 33rd st bridge Philly b.JPG 1901June 22, 1988 Philadelphia
39°58′43″N75°11′24″W / 39.97861°N 75.19000°W / 39.97861; -75.19000 (Thirty-third Street Bridge in Philadelphia)
Philadelphia Single-span stone skew arch
Trenton City/Calhoun Street Bridge Calhoun Street Bridge 2.jpg 1885November 20, 1975 Morrisville
40°13′11″N74°46′42″W / 40.21972°N 74.77833°W / 40.21972; -74.77833 (Trenton City/Calhoun Street Bridge)
Bucks Phoenix column
Tunkhannock Viaduct Nicholson-Viaduct.JPG 1912, 1915April 11, 1977 Nicholson
41°37′19.94″N75°46′38.41″W / 41.6222056°N 75.7773361°W / 41.6222056; -75.7773361 (Tunkhannock Viaduct)
Wyoming Open-spandrel concrete deck arch bridge
Union Canal Tunnel Union Canal Tunnel LebCo PA 2.jpg 1826, 1827, 1857October 1, 1974 Lebanon
40°20′58″N76°27′42″W / 40.34944°N 76.46167°W / 40.34944; -76.46167 (Union Canal Tunnel)
Lebanon
University Avenue Bridge UniAveBridgePhillyHAER.jpeg 1925, 1930May 26, 1994 Philadelphia
39°56′35″N75°11′49″W / 39.94306°N 75.19694°W / 39.94306; -75.19694 (University Avenue Bridge)
Philadelphia
Valley Road Bridge, Stewartstown Railroad Valley Road Bridge, Stewartstown Railroad.jpg 1885, 1920May 4, 1995 Stewartstown
39°45′19″N76°36′35″W / 39.75528°N 76.60972°W / 39.75528; -76.60972 (Valley Road Bridge, Stewartstown Railroad)
York Pratt truss
Walnut Lane Bridge Walnut Lane Bridge (cropped).jpg 1908May 10, 1988 Philadelphia Philadelphia
Walnut Street Bridge Peoples bridge Susquehanna.JPG 1889, 1900June 5, 1972 Harrisburg
40°15′18″N76°53′19″W / 40.25500°N 76.88861°W / 40.25500; -76.88861 (Walnut Street Bridge)
Dauphin Multi-span Phoenix
Waterville Bridge Waterville Bridge in Swatara State Park HAER 462-14.jpg 1890November 14, 1988 Swatara Gap
40°28′49″N76°31′55″W / 40.48028°N 76.53194°W / 40.48028; -76.53194 (Waterville Bridge)
Lebanon Lenticular truss
Watsontown River Bridge Watsontown River Bridge.jpg 1927June 22, 1988 Watsontown, White Deer
41°4′51″N76°51′55″W / 41.08083°N 76.86528°W / 41.08083; -76.86528 (Watsontown River Bridge)
Northumberland, Union Open-spandrel arch
Webster Donora Bridge Webster-Donora Bridge.jpg 1906, 1908June 22, 1988 Donora, Webster
40°11′3″N79°51′8″W / 40.18417°N 79.85222°W / 40.18417; -79.85222 (Webster Donora Bridge)
Washington, Westmoreland Multi-span through truss
Welty's Mill Bridge Weltys Bridge from SSE.JPG 1856January 6, 1983 Waynesboro
39°44′16″N77°34′20″W / 39.73778°N 77.57222°W / 39.73778; -77.57222 (Welty's Mill Bridge)
Franklin
West End-North Side Bridge West End Bridge From West End Overlook.jpg 1930, 1932August 24, 1979 Pittsburgh
40°26′41″N80°1′41″W / 40.44472°N 80.02806°W / 40.44472; -80.02806 (West End-North Side Bridge)
Allegheny Tied arch
West Hickory Bridge West Hickory Bridge.jpg 1896June 22, 1988 West Hickory
41°34′11″N79°24′21″W / 41.56972°N 79.40583°W / 41.56972; -79.40583 (West Hickory Bridge)
Forest Pratt truss
George Westinghouse Memorial Bridge Westinghousebridge.jpg 1930, 1932March 28, 1977 East Pittsburgh
40°23′38″N79°50′16″W / 40.39389°N 79.83778°W / 40.39389; -79.83778 (George Westinghouse Memorial Bridge)
Allegheny Parabolic arch
Wissahickon Memorial Bridge HenryAvenueBridge.jpg 1931June 22, 1988 Philadelphia
40°1′27″N75°11′46″W / 40.02417°N 75.19611°W / 40.02417; -75.19611 (Wissahickon Memorial Bridge)
Philadelphia Open-spandrel concrete arch
Witherup Bridge Witherup Bridge.jpg 1906June 22, 1988 Kennerdell
41°15′18″N79°50′27″W / 41.25500°N 79.84083°W / 41.25500; -79.84083 (Witherup Bridge)
Venango Pratt pony truss
Yeakle's Mill Bridge Yeakle's Mill Bridge.jpg 1888November 14, 1988 Yeakle Mill
39°44′6″N78°2′15″W / 39.73500°N 78.03750°W / 39.73500; -78.03750 (Yeakle's Mill Bridge)
Franklin Pratt pony truss

Former listings

NameImageBuiltListedLocationCountyType
Bridge in Athens Township Bridge in Athens Township.jpg 1913June 22, 1988
removed August 22, 2012
Athens
41°57′29″N76°30′52″W / 41.95806°N 76.51444°W / 41.95806; -76.51444 (Bridge in Athens Township)
Bradford Pennsylvania (petit) truss
Highway Bridges Owned by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Department of Transportation TR
Bridge in Lynn Township Bridge in Lynn Township.jpg 1880Removed March 21, 2003 Steinsville Lehigh Bowstring arch
Bridge in New Garden Township Landenberg Bridge 2008.JPG 1871June 22, 1988
Removed March 23, 2010
Landenberg
39°46′39″N75°46′19″W / 39.77750°N 75.77194°W / 39.77750; -75.77194 (Bridge in New Garden Township)
Chester Pratt pony truss
Bridge in Plunkett's Creek Township Plunketts Creek Bridge No. 3, photo 1, Crop.jpg 1932Removed July 22, 2002 Proctor Lycoming Single-span stone arch
Bridge in Ridley Park Borough Removed March 1, 1993 Ridley Park Delaware Single-span stone arch
Bridge in Tredyffrin Township Bridge in Tredyffrin Township.JPG June 22, 1988
Removed July 16, 2010
Port Kennedy
40°5′31″N75°25′20″W / 40.09194°N 75.42222°W / 40.09194; -75.42222 (Bridge in Tredyffrin Township)
Chester Single-span arch
Kinzua Viaduct Kinzua Bridge State Park.jpg 1882, 1900August 29, 1977
Removed July 21, 2004
Mount Jewett McKean Howe truss
Mortonville Bridge Mortonville Bridge.JPG 1826September 18, 1985
Removed July 16, 2010
Coatesville
39°56′47″N75°46′47″W / 39.94639°N 75.77972°W / 39.94639; -75.77972 (Mortonville Bridge)
Chester Stone arch
Stone Arch Bridge, Starrucca Creek ca. 1844Removed January 1, 1979 Starrucca Wayne Elliptical stone arch

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Buttonwood Covered Bridge

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Sonestown Covered Bridge Covered bridge in Davidson Township, Sullivan County, Pennsylvania

The Sonestown Covered Bridge is a covered bridge over Muncy Creek in Davidson Township, Sullivan County, Pennsylvania built around 1850. It is 110 ft (34 m) long and was placed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) in 1980. It is named for the nearby unincorporated village of Sonestown in Davidson Township, and is also known as the Davidson Covered Bridge. It was built to provide access to a grist mill which operated until the early 20th century.

Forksville Covered Bridge Covered bridge over Loyalsock Creek, Pennsylvania, U.S.

The Forksville Covered Bridge is a Burr arch truss covered bridge over Loyalsock Creek in the borough of Forksville, Sullivan County, in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. It was built in 1850 and is 152 feet 11 inches (46.61 m) in length. The bridge was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980. The Forksville bridge is named for the borough it is in, which in turn is named for its location at the confluence or "forks" of the Little Loyalsock and Loyalsock Creeks.

National Register of Historic Places listings in Columbia County, Pennsylvania

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Columbia County, Pennsylvania.

National Register of Historic Places listings in Greene County, Pennsylvania

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Greene County, Pennsylvania.

National Register of Historic Places listings in Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania.

Thirty-third Street Bridge in Philadelphia United States historic place

The Thirty-third Street Bridge in Philadelphia carries Thirty-third Street over the former course of Master Street in the Brewerytown section of North Philadelphia, near Fairmount Park. The bridge was built in 1901 with an unusual skewed arch, and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1988. Ashlar, or dressed stone, covers the exterior of the arch, but the unusual skewed ribs are made of brick. The underpass is now inside an industrial area and normally closed even to foot traffic. The tracks of the former Pennsylvania Railroad are located just to the north and pass under a large modern bridge on Thirty-third Street.

Braley Covered Bridge Historic covered bridge in Vermont

The Braley Covered Bridge, also called the Johnson Covered Bridge and Upper Blaisdell Covered Bridge, is a wooden covered bridge that crosses the Second Branch of the White River in Randolph, Vermont on Braley Covered Bridge Road. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974. The bridge was built in 1904 as an uncovered kingspost truss bridge, and was covered in 1909.

Welle Hess Covered Bridge No. S1 United States historic place

The Welle Hess Covered Bridge No. S1, also known as the Laubach Covered Bridge, was a historic wooden covered bridge located at Sugarloaf Township in Columbia County, Pennsylvania. It was a 126-foot-long (38 m), Burr Truss arch bridge with a tin roof constructed in 1871. It crossed Fishing Creek and was one of 28 historic covered bridges in Columbia and Montour Counties.

T.S. Christian is the name of one or more builders of significant structures that are listed in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in Pennsylvania and in North Carolina.

Conewago Chapel Covered Bridge, also known as the Blue Spring Covered Bridge, was a historic wooden covered bridge located in Conewago and Mount Pleasant Townships in Adams County, Pennsylvania. It was a 98-foot-long (30 m), Burr Truss arch bridge with a metal roof constructed in 1899 by J.F. Socks. It crossed the South Branch of Conewago Creek and was one of 17 historic covered bridges in Adams, Cumberland, and Perry Counties when it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP).

West Milton Bridge United States historic place

The West Milton Bridge is a steel girder bridge carrying Bear Trap Road across the Lamoille River in Milton, Vermont, United States. It was built as a replacement for a 1902 Pennsylvania truss bridge, which was relocated to the site of the Swanton Covered Railroad Bridge, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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  1. "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places . National Park Service. July 9, 2010.
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