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! Confirmed demolition date within one year or an especially historic bridge that is threatened with demolition at any level.
X The bridge has been confirmed demolished or collapsed.
S The bridge has been dismantled or moved to an offsite location and is not currently available for public viewing.
L Most or all of the original bridge material has been demolished and replaced, including historically significant elements, but some original parts of the bridge remain.
Note: This website cannot guarantee the current condition of any bridge on this website. Bridges lacking these icons should not necessarily be considered condition-free.

Total Bridges Found: 8

 Bridge Name HSR Rating Facility Carried / Feature Intersected LocationStructure Type Structure DimensionsConstruction Date / Builder or Contractor DescriptionThumbnail
X 6th Street Bridge
Historic Significance Rating. 6th Street (PA-403, Penn Street) Over Two Lick Creek Clymer: Indiana County, Pennsylvania Metal 9 Panel Rivet-Connected Parker Pony Truss, Fixed Total Length: 122 ft
Main Span Length: 118 ft
Roadway Width: 32.2 ft
Main Spans: 1
1934 By: M. Bennett and Sons and Pennsylvania State Highway Department The only bridge with historic value in Clymer, this attractive bridge was sentenced to the scrapyard.Click to visit page.
Bairdstown Bridge
Old Blairsville Bridge
Historic Significance Rating. Market Street (PA-2002) Over Conemaugh River Blairsville: Indiana County, Pennsylvania and Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania Metal 20 Panel Rivet-Connected Baltimore Through Truss, Fixed and Approach Spans: Metal Through Girder, Fixed Total Length: 358 ft
Main Span Length: 290 ft
Roadway Width: 30.8 ft
Main Spans: 1
1935 By: Freeland McHale and PA and Pennsylvania State Highway Department This bridge features a Baltimore truss configuration unlike other period bridges in the state.Click to visit page.
X Dilltown Bridge
Historic Significance Rating. PA-403 Over Black Lick Creek Dilltown: Indiana County, Pennsylvania Concrete Closed Spandrel Deck Arch, Fixed Total Length: 155 ft
Main Span Length: 72 ft
Roadway Width: 18 ft
Main Spans: 2
1924 By: Farris Engineering (Bridge) Company of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania A lack of maintainance has caused severe spalling on this once-proud structure.Click to visit page.
Heshbon Bridge
Historic Significance Rating. PA-259 Over Black Lick Creek Heshbon (Rural): Indiana County, Pennsylvania Metal 7 Panel Rivet-Connected Parker Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 158 ft
Main Span Length: 153 ft
Roadway Width: 26 ft
Main Spans: 1
1941 By: Paul Construction Company and Pennsylvania State Highway Department This standard plan bridge is a relatively small example of its type, but retains original railings.Click to visit page.
River Road Bridge
Historic Significance Rating. River Road (PA-2012) Over Mardis Run Near Dilltown: Indiana County, Pennsylvania Concrete Closed Spandrel Deck Arch, Fixed Total Length: 36 ft
Main Span Length: 33 ft
Roadway Width: 19.7 ft
Main Spans: 1
1919 By: C. E. Almond A small, but attractive arch bridge also has arched railings.Click to visit page.
Seward Bridge
Historic Significance Rating. PA-56 and PA-711 Over Conemaugh River Seward: Indiana County, Pennsylvania and Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania Metal 9 Panel Rivet-Connected Parker Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 377 ft
Main Span Length: 183 ft
Roadway Width: 30 ft
Main Spans: 2
1933 By: Unknown and Pennsylvania State Highway Department This bridge is a multi-span example of a standard plan truss in Pennsylvania.Click to visit page.
Shelocta Bridge
Historic Significance Rating. PA-56 Over Crooked Creek Shelocta: Indiana County, Pennsylvania Metal 8 Panel Rivet-Connected Polygonal Warren (No Verticals) Pony Truss, Fixed Total Length: 119 ft
Main Span Length: 111 ft
Roadway Width: 22.3 ft
Main Spans: 1
1929 By: American Bridge Company of New York, New York and Pennsylvania State Highway Department Today the oldest highway truss in the county, this bridge is a rare example of a standard plan polygonal Warren pony truss in Pennsylvania.Click to visit page.
X Tunnelton Bridge
Historic Significance Rating. Tunnelton Road (PA-3003) Over Conemaugh River Rural: Indiana County, Pennsylvania and Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania Metal 12 Panel Multiple-Type-Connected Pennsylvania Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 402 ft
Main Span Length: 396 ft
Roadway Width: 21.7 ft
Main Spans: 1
1938 By: American Bridge Company of New York, New York This bridge has some very unusual details and is also noteworthy for its long single span.Click to visit page.

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