A list of bridges and tunnels in Tennessee. As the nation is geographically large, the crossings are broken down by river: Big South Fork Cumberland River, Cumberland River; and county: Scott, Sevier.
The Leatherwood Bridge carries Tennessee State Secondary Route 297 west of Oneida.
The Oneida & Western Railroad Bridge over the Big South Fork Cumberland River is located between Jamestown and Oneida. The line served vast pockets of virgin timber and coal mines in the Big South Fork Cumberland River region.
Louisville & Nashville Railroad
The Louisville & Nashville Railroad (L&N) Bypass Bridge crosses the Cumberland River in Nashville, Tennessee and was built so that the L&N could bypass downtown and Union Station.
The Gateway Bridge carries Gateway Boulevard over the Cumberland River in downtown Nashville, Tennessee.
The Louisville & Nashville Railroad (L&N) Bridge is a Camelback through truss bridge that includes a swing main span over the Cumberland River in Nashville, Tennessee.
The Shelby Street Bridge, also called the John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge, is a truss bridge over the Cumberland River in Nashville, Tennessee.
The Tennessee Central Railway bridge over the Cumberland River in Nashville, Tennessee was completed in October 1903. The polygonal Warren through truss was constructed by the Tennessee Central Railway, which once extended from Hopkinsville, Kentucky to Harriman, Tennessee, a distance of 248 miles.
Burnt Mill Bridge is located on Honey Creek Loop Road in the Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area.
Former Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific Railway
The Cincinnati Southern New River Bridge is located in Scott County, Tennessee south of Oneida, and carried the Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific Railway (CNO&TP, Cincinnati Southern).
The Harrisburg Covered Bridge spans the East Fork of the Little Pigeon River in Harrisburg.