This former Warren through truss over Dunlap Creek in Callaghan, Virginia, seems to have been demolished, with a replacement in the works. This formerly carried US Route 60 and was built in 1934, with the superstructure fabricated by the Roanoke Iron & Bridge Works. The bridge has been used by a landlocked landowner since 1971, as the construction of Interstate 64 forced the relocation of US Route 60.
I’m not exactly sure how the cost-to-benefit ratio works in this case, but a temporary driveway was constructed for the landlocked landowner that connects to modern-day US Route 60 during this construction process. How does an expensive new bridge serve taxpayers well?