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 The Garcon Point Bridge is a 2-lane toll bridge in Santa Rosa County, in the Florida panhandle. The bridge generally runs north - south and connects U.S. Route 98 east of Gulf Breeze, Florida to Interstate 10 and U.S. Route 90 west of Milton, Florida. The road and bridge uses the TOLL 281 shield on signage from US 98 to I-10. North of I-10 the road is signed solely as State Road 281. Exit signs on I-10 display both the State Road 281 and TOLL 281 shields. The bridge crosses East Bay, a large sec...
The Brooks Bridge is a four-lane steel and concrete structure that carries highway U.S. Route 98 over Santa Rosa Sound (mile 223 of the Gulf Coast Intracoastal Waterway) just west of the Choctawhatchee Bay between downtown Fort Walton Beach, Florida and the three-mile section of Okaloosa Island controlled by the city of Fort Walton Beach. It is named for John Thomas Brooks, who, in 1868, purchased 111 acres of what is now downtown Fort Walton Beach. The area on the north side of the sound where ...
The Jubilee Parkway is a pair of parallel concrete viaduct bridges that carry Interstate 10 across Mobile Bay from the George Wallace Tunnel on Blakeley Island in Mobile, Alabama eastbound to Spanish Fort- Daphne, Alabama. The bridges are similar in design to the pre-Hurricane Katrina I-10 Twin Span Bridge near New Orleans, Louisiana. Each of the two bridges is two lanes wide, for a total of four lanes, and 7.5 miles (12.1 km) long. The parkway was completed in 1978^ and crosses the northern por...
 Battleship Parkway, commonly referred to locally and in the media as the Causeway, is an elevated 7-mile (11.3 km) long causeway that carries US 90 and US 98 eastbound across Mobile Bay from the Bankhead Tunnel on Blakeley Island in Mobile, Alabama to Spanish Fort, Alabama. The roadway itself is a four-lane divided highway for most of its length. It is very susceptible to flooding and is usually submerged during hurricane storm surges. The Battleship Parkway is home to Battleship Memorial Park a...
The Bankhead Tunnel, formally the John H. Bankhead Tunnel, is a road tunnel in Mobile, Alabama that carries Government Street under the Mobile River from Blakeley Island to the downtown Mobile business district. It is named for John Hollis Bankhead, an Alabama politician and U.S. Senator (served 1907-1920) who was also the grandfather of actress Tallulah Bankhead. It, like the larger George Wallace Tunnel (built 1969-1973) a few blocks downriver from it, was constructed in Mobile at the shipyar...
The General W.K. Wilson Jr. Bridge consists of dual parallel tied through arches of weathering steel and beam viaducts of concrete that form one continuous span carrying four lanes of Interstate 65 across the Mobile-Tensaw River Delta northeast of the U.S. city of Mobile, Alabama. Built from 1978 to 1980, it spans a distance of 6.08 miles (10 km) over the delta, making it, along with the Jubilee Parkway across Mobile Bay to its south, among the longest bridges in the nation. It was named in hono...
 
The St. Louis Bay Bridge is a bridge in the U.S. state of Mississippi which carries U.S. Route 90 over Bay of Saint Louis between Bay St. Louis and Pass Christian. The original bridge was heavily damaged by Hurricane Katrina in August 2005. The bridges deck and railroad tracks were ruined, but the piers withstood the storm surge and winds and provided a base for a new concrete deck. The new bridge opened to traffic on May 17, 2007. The span carries 4 lanes of traffic as well as a 12-foot (3.7 m)...
Historic Florida architecture 1989 AIA survey listings in Calhoun County, Historic Florida architecture 1989 AIA survey listings in Liberty County, Buildings and structures in Calhoun County, Florida, Transportation in Calhoun County, Florida, Road bridges in Florida, Bridges over the Apalachicola River, Southern United States bridge (structure) stubs, Florida building and structure stubs, Florida transportation stubs, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on Wikidata, Articles using Template:Infobox ...
National Register of Historic Places in Marengo County, Alabama, Bridges completed in 1880, Wrought iron bridges, Bridges on the National Register of Historic Places in Alabama, King Bridge Company, Transportation in Marengo County, Alabama, Road bridges in Alabama, Southern United States bridge (structure) stubs, Alabama building and structure stubs, Alabama transportation stubs, Hidden categories:, Pages using duplicate arguments in template calls, Coordinates on Wikidata, Pages using Infobox ...
Bridges completed in 1940, Bridges over the Alabama River, Buildings and structures in Selma, Alabama, Road bridges in Alabama, U.S. Route 80, Bridges on the U.S. Highway System, Through arch bridges, National Historic Landmarks in Alabama, National Register of Historic Places in Dallas County, Alabama, Local civil rights history in the United States, Historic American Engineering Record in Alabama, History of African-American civil rights, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on Wikidata, Articles u...

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Bridges in New Orleans, Louisiana, Swing bridges in the United States, Bridges completed in 1929, Road bridges in Louisiana, U.S. Route 90, Bridges on the U.S. Highway System, Hidden categories:, Wikipedia articles needing context from March 2015, All Wikipedia articles needing context, Wikipedia introduction cleanup from March 2015, All pages needing cleanup, Articles lacking sources from March 2015, All articles lacking sources, Coordinates on Wikidata, Articles using Template:Infobox bridge w...
The I-10 Twin Span Bridge, a nearly 6 mile causeway officially known as the Frank Davis Naturally NAwlins Memorial Bridge, consists of two parallel trestle bridges. These parallel bridges cross the eastern end of Lake Pontchartrain in southern Louisiana from New Orleans, Louisiana to Slidell, Louisiana. The current bridge spans were constructed in the second half of the 2000s after the original bridges were extensively damaged by Hurricane Katrina in 2005. The first span opened to eastbound traf...
Bridges in New Orleans, Louisiana, Bridges completed in 1928, Buildings and structures in St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana, Road bridges in Louisiana, U.S. Route 11, Bridges on the U.S. Highway System, Transportation in St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana, Bascule bridges in the United States, Former toll bridges in Louisiana, Southern United States bridge (structure) stubs, Louisiana building and structure stubs, Louisiana transportation stubs, Hidden categories:, Use mdy dates from October 2013, Coordi... The Maestri Bridge (originally known as the Pontchartrain Bridge and later as the Watson-Williams Pontchartrain Bridge and the Five Mile Bridge) carries U.S. Route 11 (US 11) across Lake Pontchartrain between New Orleans and Slidell, Louisiana. The bridge opened on February 18, 1928 as the first permanent crossing of Lake Pontchartrain. The 4.78-mile (7.69 km) bridge was the longest concrete bridge in the world upon completion. The bridge is 35 feet (11 m) wide and has two bascule-type draw span...
 
 
The Danziger Bridge is a vertical lift bridge named after a New Orleans lawyer and businessman, which carries seven vehicular lanes of U.S. Route 90 (Chef Menteur Highway) across the Industrial Canal in New Orleans, Louisiana. It was built to replace the old Danziger Bridge, a draw bridge constructed in 1931�1932. The current Danziger Bridge was constructed on the south side of the old bridge between 1983 and 1987, officially opening in February 1988, becoming the widest lift bridge in the wor...
 
Bridges in New Orleans, Louisiana, Vertical lift bridges, Bridges completed in 1957, Bridge disasters in the United States, Bridge disasters caused by collision, Bridge disasters caused by maintenance error, Bridge disasters caused by tropical cyclones, Road bridges in Louisiana, Bridge disasters involving open moveable bridges, Transportation disasters in Louisiana, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on Wikidata, Pages using deprecated coordinates format, Articles needing additional references fro...
The St. Claude Avenue Bridge is a bascule bridge with four vehicular lanes over the Industrial Canal in New Orleans, Louisiana. This was originally a combination railroad and automobile bridge, with two pairs of railroad tracks in the center of the lift span and automobile lanes straddling it. The railroad is no longer there, its place on the bridge taken by additional vehicular lanes. One lane in each direction passes through the truss of the bridge and one lane passes alongside the truss. The ...
Cantilever bridges, Bridges in New Orleans, Louisiana, Bridges over the Mississippi River, Great River Road, Intracoastal Waterway, Electronic toll collection, Bridges completed in 1958, Bridges completed in 1988, Road bridges in Louisiana, U.S. Route 90, Bridges on the U.S. Highway System, Former toll bridges in Louisiana, Hidden categories:, Structurae ID not in Wikidata, All articles with dead external links, Articles with dead external links from October 2010, All articles with unsourced sta...

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Railroad bridges in Louisiana, Truss bridges, Bridges completed in 1935, U.S. Route 90, Buildings and structures in Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, Road-rail bridges in the United States, Road bridges in Louisiana, Bridges on the U.S. Highway System, Transportation in Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, Southern United States bridge (structure) stubs, Louisiana building and structure stubs, Louisiana transportation stubs, Hidden categories:, Pages using deprecated coordinates format, Commons category with...
Covered bridges in Alabama, Bridges completed in 1916, Buildings and structures in Coosa County, Alabama, Bridges on the National Register of Historic Places in Alabama, Properties on the Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage, Wooden bridges in Alabama, Destroyed landmarks in Alabama, Road bridges in Alabama, Pedestrian bridges in Alabama, Former road bridges in the United States, Buildings and structures demolished in 2001, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on Wikidata, Pages using deprecate... The Oakachoy Covered Bridge (sometimes spelled Okachoy), also known as the Thomas Covered Bridge, was a county owned wooden covered bridge which spanned Oakachoy Creek in Coosa County, Alabama, United States. It was located in a remote area on the dirt portion of Newman Road off State Route 259 northeast of the community of Nixburg, about 6 miles (10 kilometers) southwest of Alexander City. Coordinates are 32°50�56.58�N 86°02�48.31�W 32.8490500°N 86.0467528°W 32.8490500; -86...
Covered bridges in Alabama, Bridges completed in 1900, Buildings and structures in Lee County, Alabama, Wooden bridges in Alabama, Properties on the Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage, Transportation in Lee County, Alabama, Visitor attractions in Lee County, Alabama, Road bridges in Alabama, Pedestrian bridges in Alabama, Former road bridges in the United States, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on Wikidata, Articles which use infobox templates with no data rows, Pages using deprecated co...
Buildings and structures in St. Charles Parish, Louisiana, Transportation in St. Charles Parish, Louisiana, Buildings and structures in St. John the Baptist Parish, Louisiana, Transportation in St. John the Baptist Parish, Louisiana, Road bridges in Louisiana, Trestle bridges, Interstate 10, Bridges on the Interstate Highway System, Southern United States bridge (structure) stubs, Louisiana building and structure stubs, Louisiana transportation stubs, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on Wikidata,... 
Bridges completed in 1979, Buildings and structures in St. John the Baptist Parish, Louisiana, Buildings and structures in Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana, Transportation in Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana, Road bridges in Louisiana, Trestle bridges, Interstate 55, Bridges on the Interstate Highway System, Transportation in St. John the Baptist Parish, Louisiana, Southern United States bridge (structure) stubs, Louisiana building and structure stubs, Louisiana transportation stubs, Hidden categories:,...The Manchac Swamp Bridge is a twin concrete trestle bridge^ in the U.S. state of Louisiana. With a total length of 22.80 miles (36.69 km)citation needed] it is one of the longest bridges in the world over water. Some claim it is the longest toll-free road bridge in the world.citation needed] The bridge carries Interstate 55 over the Manchac Swamp in Louisiana, and represents one-third of the highways approximately 66 miles in Louisiana. Opening in 1979, its piles were driven 250 feet (76 m) bene...
Railroad bridges in Louisiana, Canadian National Railway bridges, Buildings and structures in St. Charles Parish, Louisiana, Buildings and structures in St. John the Baptist Parish, Louisiana, Transportation in St. Charles Parish, Louisiana, Transportation in St. John the Baptist Parish, Louisiana, Southern United States bridge (structure) stubs, Louisiana building and structure stubs, Louisiana transportation stubs, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on Wikidata, Pages using deprecated coordinates... 
Cable-stayed bridges in the United States, Bridges over the Mississippi River, Bridges completed in 1983, Bridges on the Interstate Highway System, Buildings and structures in St. Charles Parish, Louisiana, Road bridges in Louisiana, Transportation in St. Charles Parish, Louisiana, Visitor attractions in St. Charles Parish, Louisiana, Southern United States bridge (structure) stubs, Louisiana building and structure stubs, Louisiana transportation stubs, Hidden categories:, Pages using deprecated...The Hale Boggs Memorial Bridge (also known as the Luling-Destrehan Bridge) is a cable-stayed bridge over the Mississippi River in St. Charles Parish, Louisiana. It is named for the late United States Congressman Hale Boggs. The bridge was dedicated by Governor David C. Treen and Bishop Stanley Ott of Baton Rouge and opened to traffic on October 8, 1983 connecting Louisiana Highway 18 on the West Bank and Louisiana Highway 48 on the East Bank. The Hale Boggs Bridge was the third major cable-staye...
 
 
 
 
The Gramercy Bridge (officially the Veterans Memorial Bridge), is a cantilever bridge over the Mississippi River connecting Gramercy, Louisiana in St. James Parish with St. John the Baptist Parish. It is the second newest Mississippi River bridge in Louisiana (due to the completion of the John James Audubon Bridge), one of many built to replace the ferry system following a 1976 accident that killed 78 when a ferry sank after being struck by a ship. While the Veterans Memorial Bridge has not tran...
National Register of Historic Places in Talladega County, Alabama, Watermills in the United States, Buildings and structures in Alabama, Industrial buildings completed in 1864, Industrial buildings and structures on the National Register of Historic Places in Alabama, Mill museums in the United States, Grinding mills in Alabama, Covered bridges in Alabama, Bridges completed in 1861, Wooden bridges in Alabama, Bridges on the National Register of Historic Places in Alabama, Road bridges in Alabama...
 
 Spook Bridge, located on the county line between Brooks County and Lowndes County in the U.S. state of Georgia, is an abandoned open spandrel arch bridge crossing the Withlacoochee River on a closed section of Old Quitman Hwy (also known as Blue Springs Rd, formerly U.S. Route 84). It is considered Lowndes Countys most famous relic and is decaying, becoming a dangerous site, due to its abandonment. For decades, it has served as the center of urban legends and small town curiosity in the nearby c...

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Suspension bridges in the United States, Buildings and structures in Suwannee County, Florida, Historic Florida architecture 1989 AIA survey listings in Lafayette County, Buildings and structures in Lafayette County, Florida, Transportation in Suwannee County, Florida, Transportation in Lafayette County, Florida, Road bridges in Florida, Bridges over the Suwannee River, Southern United States bridge (structure) stubs, Florida building and structure stubs, Florida transportation stubs, Georgia (U...The Hal W. Adams Bridge, built in 1947, is an historic bridge that carries State Road 51 across the Suwannee River between Lafayette and Suwannee counties, Florida in the United States. Located 3 miles north of Mayo, it was the first suspension bridge built in Florida, and the only one to carry highway traffic. At its opening on July 4, 1947, it was named for Hal W. Adams of Mayo, former county judge of Lafayette County and then longtime circuit judge for the circuit encompassing Lafayette and S...
 
The Nectar Covered Bridge was a wood and metal combination style covered bridge which spanned the Locust Fork of the Black Warrior River in Blount County, Alabama, United States. It was located on Nectar Bridge Road off State Route 160, just east of the town of Nectar, about 14 miles (16 kilometers) northwest of Oneonta. Built in 1932, the bridge was at one time the seventh-longest covered bridge in the country. The bridge remained open to single lane motor traffic from its construction until it...
The John James Audubon Bridge, completed and opened in 2011, is a Mississippi River crossing between Pointe Coupee and West Feliciana parishes in south central Louisiana. The bridge has the second longest cable-stayed span in the Western Hemisphere (after Mexicos Baluarte bridge) (although its total length is four times that of the Mexican bridge) and replaces the ferry between the communities of New Roads and St. Francisville. The bridge also serves as the only bridge structure on the Mississip...
Covered bridges in Alabama, Bridges completed in 1927, National Register of Historic Places in Blount County, Alabama, Bridges on the National Register of Historic Places in Alabama, Properties on the Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage, Wooden bridges in Alabama, Buildings and structures in Blount County, Alabama, Transportation in Blount County, Alabama, Visitor attractions in Blount County, Alabama, Road bridges in Alabama, Pedestrian bridges in Alabama, Former road bridges in the Unit...The Easley Covered Bridge, also known as the Old Easley Covered Bridge or Rosa Covered Bridge, is a county-owned wood and metal combination style covered bridge that spans Dub Branch of the Calvert Prong of the Little Warrior River in Blount County, Alabama, United States. It is located on Easley Bridge Road off U.S. Route 231, just south of the town of Rosa, about 5 miles (8 kilometers) northwest of Oneonta. Coordinates are 33°58�16�N 86°31�07�W 33.97111°N 86.51861°W 33.971...
 The Coon Box Fork Bridge is a swinging suspension bridge located 1 mile (1.6 km) southwest of Coon Box in Jefferson County, Mississippi. The bridge carries Coon Box Road across the North Fork Coles Creek. Constructed in 1919 for $3,498.99, the bridge has a wooden deck and concrete towers plated in iron. The bridge was one of many of the same type constructed in Jefferson County in the early 1900s to serve farmers in Coon Box; it is considered a highly successful technological product and is in f...
Covered bridges in Alabama, Bridges completed in 1933, National Register of Historic Places in Blount County, Alabama, Bridges on the National Register of Historic Places in Alabama, Wooden bridges in Alabama, Transportation in Blount County, Alabama, Visitor attractions in Blount County, Alabama, Road bridges in Alabama, Pedestrian bridges in Alabama, Former road bridges in the United States, Historic American Engineering Record in Alabama, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on Wikidata, Articles ...The Swann Covered Bridge, also called the Joy Covered Bridge^ or Swann-Joy Covered Bridge, is a county-owned, wood-&-metal combination style covered bridge that spans the Locust Fork of the Black Warrior River in Blount County, Alabama, United States. It is located on Swann Bridge Road off State Route 79, just west of the town of Cleveland, about 10 miles (16 km) northwest of Oneonta. Coordinates are 33°59�51.35�N 86°36�5.13�W 33.9975972°N 86.6014250°W 33.9975972; -86.601425...
 
Covered bridges in Alabama, Bridges completed in 1934, National Register of Historic Places in Blount County, Alabama, Bridges on the National Register of Historic Places in Alabama, Wooden bridges in Alabama, Transportation in Blount County, Alabama, Visitor attractions in Blount County, Alabama, Road bridges in Alabama, Historic American Engineering Record in Alabama, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on Wikidata, Articles using Template:Infobox bridge with clearance, Pages using deprecated coor...
Road bridges in Georgia (U.S. state), Buildings and structures in Haralson County, Georgia, Transportation in Haralson County, Georgia, Landmarks in Georgia (U.S. state), Monuments and memorials in Georgia (U.S. state), Bridges on the U.S. Highway System, U.S. Route 78, Bridges completed in 1969, Southern United States bridge (structure) stubs, Georgia (U.S. state) building and structure stubs, Georgia (U.S. state) transportation stubs, Hidden categories:, Articles with topics of unclear notabil... 
Bridges over the Mississippi River, Cantilever bridges, Road bridges in Louisiana, Road bridges in Mississippi, Road-rail bridges in the United States, Railroad bridges in Louisiana, Railroad bridges in Mississippi, Bridges completed in 1928, Bridges completed in 1930, Bridges on the National Register of Historic Places in Louisiana, Bridges on the National Register of Historic Places in Mississippi, Railway bridges on the National Register of Historic Places, Kansas City Southern Railway bridge...
 The Tallahatchee Covered Bridge (sometimes spelled Tallasseehatchee), also known as the Prickett Covered Bridge, was a privately owned wood and metal combination style covered bridge which spanned a pond near Nances Creek in Calhoun County, Alabama, United States. It was located just off State Route 9, about 2 miles (3 kilometers) south of the city of Piedmont. Approximate coordinates were 33°53�16.13�N 85°37�33.70�W 33.8878139°N 85.6260278°W 33.8878139; -85.6260278 (33.8878...
Buildings and structures in Gilchrist County, Florida, Buildings and structures in Dixie County, Florida, Buildings and structures in Levy County, Florida, Bridges completed in 1963, Road bridges in Florida, Bridges over the Suwannee River, U.S. Route 19, U.S. Route 27, U.S. Route 98, Bridges on the U.S. Highway System, Southern United States bridge (structure) stubs, Florida building and structure stubs, Florida transportation stubs, Georgia (U.S. state) building and structure stubs, Georgia (U...
 

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The Gilliland-Reese Covered Bridge, more simply known as Gillilands Covered Bridge, is a locally owned wooden covered bridge that spans a small pond near Black Creek in Etowah County, Alabama, United States. It is located at Noccalula Falls Park off Noccalula Road (State Route 211) in the city of Gadsden. Coordinates are 34°02�21.79�N 86°01�26.93�W 34.0393861°N 86.0241472°W 34.0393861; -86.0241472 (34.039386, -86.024147). Noccalula Falls Park is also home to the 90-foot (27 ...
 The Lidy Walker Covered Bridge, formerly known as the Big Branch Covered Bridge, was a privately owned wood-&-metal combination style covered bridge which spanned the outlet to Lidys Lake in Cullman County, Alabama, United States. It was located in the Berlin community at a pasture near the lake off Cullman County Road 1616 near U.S. Route 278, 6 miles (10 kilometers) east of the city of Cullman. Coordinates are 34°11�6.46�N 86°44�15.35�W 34.1851278°N 86.7375972°W 34.1851278...
 
Covered bridges in Alabama, Bridges completed in 1904, National Register of Historic Places in Cullman County, Alabama, Bridges on the National Register of Historic Places in Alabama, Wooden bridges in Alabama, Visitor attractions in Cullman County, Alabama, Road bridges in Alabama, Pedestrian bridges in Alabama, Former road bridges in the United States, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on Wikidata, Pages using deprecated coordinates format, Commons category template with no category set, Commons...
Road bridges in Georgia (U.S. state), Buildings and structures in Polk County, Georgia, Transportation in Polk County, Georgia, Landmarks in Georgia (U.S. state), Monuments and memorials in Georgia (U.S. state), Bridges on the U.S. Highway System, U.S. Route 278, Girder bridges, Steel bridges, Bridges completed in 1958, Southern United States bridge (structure) stubs, Georgia (U.S. state) building and structure stubs, Georgia (U.S. state) transportation stubs, Hidden categories:, Articles needin... 
Road bridges in Georgia (U.S. state), Buildings and structures in Cobb County, Georgia, Transportation in Cobb County, Georgia, Landmarks in Georgia (U.S. state), Monuments and memorials in Georgia (U.S. state), Bridges on the U.S. Highway System, U.S. Route 78, U.S. Route 278, Bridges completed in 1944, Girder bridges, Steel bridges, Southern United States bridge (structure) stubs, Georgia (U.S. state) building and structure stubs, Georgia (U.S. state) transportation stubs, Hidden categories:, ... 
Road bridges in Georgia (U.S. state), Buildings and structures in Cobb County, Georgia, Transportation in Cobb County, Georgia, Landmarks in Georgia (U.S. state), Monuments and memorials in Georgia (U.S. state), Bridges on the U.S. Highway System, U.S. Route 78, U.S. Route 278, Bridges completed in 1995, Girder bridges, Concrete bridges, Southern United States bridge (structure) stubs, Georgia (U.S. state) building and structure stubs, Georgia (U.S. state) transportation stubs, Hidden categories... 
 
 
Bridges over the Tennessee River, Cantilever bridges, Buildings and structures in Morgan County, Alabama, Buildings and structures in Madison County, Alabama, Huntsville–Decatur Combined Statistical Area, Decatur Metropolitan Area, Bridges completed in 1931, Bridges completed in 1965, Bridges completed in 1928, Bridges completed in 2006, Buildings and structures in Huntsville, Alabama, Transportation in Madison County, Alabama, Transportation in Morgan County, Alabama, Road bridges in Alabama,... The Clement C. Clay Bridge (CC Clay Bridge or Whitesburg Bridge) are two bridges that span the Tennessee River just south of Huntsville in northern part of the U.S. state of Alabama. Both bridges are cantilever truss types. The original bridge span was built in 1931 replacing Whites Ferry which crossed the river at nearby Dittos Landing. The second span was constructed in 1965. Upon completion, the newer span carried southbound traffic while the original span carried northbound traffic. The Clay...
Bridges on the National Register of Historic Places in Mississippi, Bridges completed in 1916, Buildings and structures in Sunflower County, Mississippi, Drawbridges on the National Register of Historic Places, Swing bridges in the United States, Mississippi Registered Historic Place stubs, Southern United States bridge (structure) stubs, Mississippi building and structure stubs, Mississippi transportation stubs, Hidden categories:, Articles sourced only to NRIS from November 2013, All articles ...
Road bridges in Georgia (U.S. state), Buildings and structures in Laurens County, Georgia, Transportation in Laurens County, Georgia, Dublin, Georgia micropolitan area, Landmarks in Georgia (U.S. state), Monuments and memorials in Georgia (U.S. state), Bridges on the U.S. Highway System, U.S. Route 80, Bridges completed in 1952, Girder bridges, Steel bridges, Southern United States bridge (structure) stubs, Georgia (U.S. state) building and structure stubs, Georgia (U.S. state) transportation st... 
 
 
The B. B. Comer Bridge, is the two-lane, 2,143-foot (653 m) long, Warren truss bridge spanning the Tennessee River along Alabama State Route 35 in Scottsboro, Alabama. The bridge is named after Alabama governor Braxton Bragg Comer, who served from 1907 to 1911. Construction of the bridge was carried out by the Kansas City Bridge Company for the Alabama State Bridge Corporation. Its construction commenced in 1929 and was complete by 1931. As of 2013, this is the only remaining bridge of the 15 me...
Dams on the Tennessee River, Dams in Alabama, Bridges over the Tennessee River, Buildings and structures in Lauderdale County, Alabama, Buildings and structures in Lawrence County, Alabama, Tennessee Valley Authority dams, Hydroelectric power plants in Alabama, Muscle Shoals National Heritage Area, Dams completed in 1936, Energy infrastructure completed in 1936, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on Wikidata, Pages using infobox dam with deprecated parameters, Commons category template with no cate...
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  The Pensacola Bay Bridge, also known locally as the Three-Mile Bridge, runs between downtown Pensacola, Florida, and Gulf Breeze, Florida. It carries four lanes of U.S. Highway 98 across Pensacola Bay.  

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