Pennsylvania

A listing of bridges in Pennsylvania. As the state is geographically large, the crossings are broken down by region: East, Southwest and Northwest; and bodies of water: Allegheny RiverBeaver River, Monongahela River and Shenango River.

EastSouthwestNorthwestAllegheny RiverBeaver RiverMonongahela RiverShenango River

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Sachs Covered Bridge

The Sachs Covered Bridge was constructed in 1852 by David S. Stoner for $1,544.

Leet Street Bridge

Leet Street Bridge

The Leet Street Bridge is a closed Pratt through truss over State Route 65 and railroad tracks in Leetsdale, Pennsylvania. It features an unusual Z section in the hip panel floor beam hangers and bottom chords.


Weatherspoon Bridge

Weatherspoon Bridge

The Witherspoon Bridge is a closed Pratt through truss spanning Raccoon Creek on Raccoon Creek Road (TR 861) in Washington County, Pennsylvania.

Canal Road Bridge

Canal Road Bridge

The Canal/Kelly Road Bridge is a half-closed Parker through truss along Canal Road over the Shenango River in Sharpsville, Pennsylvania. The original Canal Road Bridge is one of 15 pin-connected Parker through trusses in the state, three of which date before 1900.


Center Street Bridge

Center Street Bridge

The distinctive and historic Center Street Bridge carries Center Street over Oil Creek in Oil City, Pennsylvania. It is one of two tied arch bridges in the state.


Clark's Mill Bridge

Clark’s Mill Bridge

Clark’s Mill Bridge is a Pratt through truss over the Little Shenango River on Mill Road in Mercer County, Pennsylvania.


Kidd's Mill Covered Bridge

Kidd’s Mill Covered Bridge

Kidd’s Mill Covered Bridge is an exceptionally rare covered Smith through truss over the Shenango River in Mercer County, Pennsylvania.


Ohl Street Bridge

Ohl Street Bridge

The Ohl Street Bridge carries Ohl Street over the Shenango River in Greenville, Pennsylvania. It was closed to traffic in 2009 and is awaiting replacement.


Oil Creek Bridge

Oil Creek Bridge

Atlantic & Great Western Railway

The Oil Creek Bridge is a circa 1892 two-span Pratt truss built in 1870 by the Atlantic & Great Western Railway over Oil Creek in Oil City, Pennsylvania.


Quaker Bridge

Quaker Bridge

The Quaker Bridge is located on Williamson Road over the Little Shenango River in Mercer County, Pennsylvania. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.


Sugar Creek Bridge

Sugar Creek Bridge

The Sugar Creek Bridge is located on Sugarcreek Drive over Sugar Creek in Venango County, Pennsylvania.


Sugar Creek Bridge (Atlantic & Great Western Railway)

Sugar Creek Bridge

Atlantic & Great Western Railway

The Sugar Creek Bridge is a circa 1864 two-span Pratt truss built by the Atlantic & Great Western Railway over Sugar Creek in Venango County, Pennsylvania.


Wye Bridge (Pennsylvania Railroad)

Wye Bridge

Pennsylvania Railroad

The Wye Bridge crosses the Allegheny River in Oil City, Pennsylvania and carried the Pennsylvania Railroad’s Pittsburgh to Buffalo mainline. It is still in limited use by the Western New York & Pennsylvania Railroad.

Templeton Bridge

Templeton Bridge

Pittsburg & Shawmut Railroad

The Templeton Bridge carried the Pittsburg & Shawmut Railroad across the Allegheny River in Templeton, Pennsylvania.

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Rochester-Beaver Railroad Bridge

Norfolk Southern Railroad

The Rochester-Beaver Railroad Bridge spans the Beaver River between Rochester and Bridgewater.


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Bridgewater-Rochester Bridge

PA 4042

The Bridgewater-Rochester Bridge carries PA 4042 over the Beaver River between Bridgewater and Rochester.

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Brownsville High Level Bridge

US 40

The Brownsville High Level Bridge carries US 40 over the Monongahela River in Brownsville.


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Brownsville Bridge

Formerly US 40

The Brownsville Bridge is a truss bridge that carries PA 4025 over the Monongahela River between Brownsville and West Brownsville. It formerly had the designation of the National Road, or US 40.

Canal Road Bridge

Canal Road Bridge

The Canal/Kelly Road Bridge is a half-closed Parker through truss along Canal Road over the Shenango River in Sharpsville, Pennsylvania. The original Canal Road Bridge is one of 15 pin-connected Parker through trusses in the state, three of which date before 1900.


Mahoning Avenue Viaduct

Mahoning Avenue Viaduct

The Mahoning Avenue Viaduct carries Mahoning Avenue over the Shenango River and railroads in New Castle, Pennsylvania. Built in 1923-24, it replaced the circa 1890 Gardner Avenue Bridge that had been destroyed in a flood in 1913.


Ohl Street Bridge

Ohl Street Bridge

The Ohl Street Bridge carries Ohl Street over the Shenango River in Greenville, Pennsylvania. It was closed to traffic in 2009 and is awaiting replacement.


Shenango River Bridge

Shenango River Bridge

New Castle Industrial Railroad, formerly Baltimore & Ohio Railroad

The Shenango River Bridge carries the New Castle Industrial Railroad over the Shenango River in New Castle, Pennsylvania. It was once part of the Buffalo, Rochester & Pittsburgh Railroad and Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.


Shenango River Bridge (Pennsylvania Railroad)

Shenango River Bridge

Formerly Pennsylvania Railroad

The Shenango River Bridge formerly carried the Pennsylvania Railroad over the Shenango River in New Castle, Pennsylvania. The Pratt through truss bridge connected its Erie & Pittsburgh Division mainline at West Washington Street and its Oil City Division near Furnace Street, cutting through the Republic Iron & Steel Company and American Steel & Wire Company factories.


Wheatland Bridge

Wheatland Bridge

Formerly Pennsylvania Railroad

The Wheatland Bridge formerly carried the Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR) over the Shenango River near Wheatland, Pennsylvania. The Pratt through truss bridge was located on the PRR’s Erie & Pittsburgh Division mainline.