The Frankfort Railroad Bridge carries R.J. Corman Railroad over the Kentucky River in Frankfort, Kentucky.
The Frankfort Railroad Bridge was constructed for the Louisville & Nashville Railroad in 1929 by the American Bridge Company of New York at the cost of $600,000. 1 The Pennsylvania truss with Warren through truss and deck plate girder approach spans replaced the adjoining Broadway Bridge, which had been used as a combination railroad, horse-and-buggy (later automobile), and pedestrian crossing.
- State: Kentucky
- Route: R.J. Corman Railroad
- Type: Warren Through Truss
- Status: Active - Railroad
- Total Length: 524 feet
- Navigational Clearance:
- Frankfort Urban Area Transportation Study. Lexington: Jordan, Jones & Goulding, 2000. Print.