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September 2: New Listings in Osage and Washington Counties.  New bridges have been photographed in Garfield, Payne, Osage and Washington Counties.

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Bridges are listed alphabetically by feature crossed.

Adair County

  1. Ballard Creek 103' Pin-connected thru Pratt span just east of Watts.

  2. Evansville Creek An 80-foot Parker Pony span with approaches near Stilwell.

  3. US 59 Illinois River 210' K-Parker North of Watts

Alfalfa County

  1. Eagle Chief Creek Warren pony span near Aline.

  2. Unnamed Creek Small Warren pony span near Goltry.

  3. Unnamed Creek Riveted Warren pony span near Goltry.

Atoka County

  1. OK 3 Muddy Boggy Creek 180-foot K-truss span with Parker pony approaches between Atoka and Antlers.

Beaver County

  1. Unnamed Creek 60-foot riveted Pratt pony truss near Boyd.

Beckham County 

  1. OK 34 North Fork Red River Seven 100-foot Parker pony spans with approaches south of Carter.

  2. OK 6 Timber Creek Access Road Small Warren pony span built across small creek adjacent to highway.

  3. Old US 66 Timber Creek 100-foot Riveted Pratt truss span located on the original route of the historic highway.

Blaine County

  1. Bitter Creek A 40-foot Half-hip pony truss built by The Canton Bridge Co., of Canton, Ohio.

  2. Canton Bridge North Canadian River 3 100-foot riveted Pratt truss spans

  3. OK33/US270 North Canadian River 8 100-foot Ponies, the largest truss bridge in Blaine Co.

  4. Salt Creek 50-foot half-hip pony truss built by the Canton Bridge Co., located near Okeene.

  5. Spring Creek 40-foot skewed half-hip pony truss built by The Canton Bridge Co., located near Okeene.

  6. Weavers Creek 100-foot Riveted Pratt thru truss.

Bryan County

  1. Old US 70 Blue River 96 Foot long Modified Thru Pratt located near Blue

  2. US 70 Blue River 140 Foot K-Truss located near Blue

  3. Red River Five 190' Pratt spans converted from a railroad bridge serves rural Bryan County south of Durant.

  4. OK 78 Red River Seven 210' K-Parker truss spans cross the Red River. Built in 1938.

  5. OK 199 Washita River The Cumberland Cut Bridge built in 1950 adjacent to historic Ft. Washita.

  6. US 70 Washita River The Roosevelt Bridge over the Washita River arm of Lake Texoma

Caddo County

  1. Old US 66 Dead Woman Creek A 80-foot Parker Pony built in 1930.

  2. Old US 66 Canyon & RR Steel trestle built in the 1930's crosses a small canyon and abandoned RR grade.

  3. OK 58 Cedar Creek A 100' Parker Pony and approach spans 2 mile north of Carnegie built in 1937.

  4. Old US 66 Cedar Creek A 70-foot Pratt pony built in 1930.

  5. OK 58 Washita River 2 100' Parker Ponies and approaches north of Carnegie built in 1936.

Canadian County

  1. Old US 66 Canadian River Thirty-eight 100-foot Parker pony truss spans on old US 66

  2. North Canadian River Crossing Single 160-foot thru Parker located near Geary

  3. Old US 81 North Canadian River Four 120-foot thru Pratt truss spans on an old alignment for US 81 north of El Reno

  4. Uncle John Creek Unique 100-foot pin-connected through Pratt east of Okarche.

  5. Little John Creek Warren pony truss located near Okarche

  6. Six Mile Creek 60-foot Warren pony truss that carries Elm street east of El Reno.

Carter County

  1. US 77 Caddo Creek Three 120-foot modified Pratt spans with approach near Ardmore.

  2. US 177 Washita River 210' K-Parker and three 100' ponies with approaches, built in 1951.

Cherokee County

  1. OK 51 Baron Fork  A 210-foot long K-Parker truss with two 100 foot pony approaches.

  2. Caney Creek Crossing A 210-foot Parker truss span with approach located near Caney Point.

  3. OK 100 Dry Creek A 140' K-truss span with two 100' pony spans on Tenkiller Ferry Lake near Caney Point.

  4. OK 51 Fourteen Mile Creek Single 210-foot K-Parker truss and a single 100-foot Parker Pony west of Hulbert.

  5. Illinois River Bridge Located near Eagle's Bluff this 189' long structure was built in 1928.

  6. Old US 62/Old OK 51 Illinois River Two abandoned pin-connected through Pratt spans near Tahlequah.

Choctaw County

  1. Old Frisco (Kiamichi Railroad) Kiamichi River Pin-connected Parker through truss with Warren deck truss approaches near Hugo Lake Dam.

  2. OK 109 Kiamichi River Through K-truss with Parker pony and steel stringer approaches south of Ft. Towson.

Cleveland County

  1. Newcastle (old US 62) Bridge Canadian River Impressive 10 span through Parker truss.

  2. US 77 Canadian River 33 100' Deck Warrens and 1 210' Deck Warren between Lexington and Purcell.

Coal County

  1. Clear Boggy Creek Modified through Pratt between Clarita and Tupelo.

  2. OK 48 Clear Boggy Creek Parker pony truss with approaches near Tupelo.

  3. Old OK 3 Coal Creek Pratt pony span on old highway near Tupelo.

  4. US 75 Coal Creek Single Parker pony span with approach near Lehigh.

  5. Old OK 3 East Fork Coal Creek Pratt pony span on old highway near Stonewall.

  6. Rock Creek Modified Pratt through  span near the US 75 Rock Creek bridge.

  7. US 75 Rock Creek Single Parker pony span with approaches south of Hughes/Coal County line.

  8. Unnamed Creek Riveted Warren pony span just west of Clarita.

  9. Veterans Memorial Bridge Located in the 45th Infantry Division Memorial Park, Coalgate.

Comanche County

  1. OK 7 Beaver Creek Two Parker pony spans with approaches near Lawton.

  2. Old US 62 Blue Beaver Creek 80-foot Parker pony with approaches east of Cache.

  3. Old Frisco (BNSF) Railroad Post Oak Creek Through truss near Indiahoma.

  4. Old US 62 Post Oak Creek 80-foot Parker pony with approaches east of Indiahoma.

  5. Old US 62 West Cache Creek Four Parker pony spans on old highway west of Cache.

Cotton County

  1. OK 53 Beaver Creek 100-foot Parker pony with approaches near Walters.

  2. US 277 Deep Red Creek Three 80-foot Parker pony spans with approaches near Randlett.

  3. OK 5 Soldiers Creek single 100-foot Parker pony span near  Walters.

  4. OK 5A West Cache Creek 100-foot Parker pony span with approaches near Temple.

Craig County 

  1. Big Creek Standard plan Pratt pony north of Centralia.

  2. Big Creek A graceful concrete arch span south of Edna, KS.

  3. East Fork Big Creek An interesting Warren pony span built in 1909 near Centralia.

  4. Little Cabin Creek Illinois-built Parker pony span near Vinita.

  5. OK66/Old US66 Little Cabin Creek 100-foot Parker pony span with approaches near Vinita.

  6. Mud Creek Concrete arch built in 1930 north of Welsh.

  7. Paw Paw Creek Illinois-built Parker pony span near Vinita

  8. Paw Paw Creek Warren fish-belly pony span on masonry piers near Vinita.

  9. Pretty Creek Curved-top chord Warren near Vinita.

  10. US 59 Russell Creek 60-foot Pratt pony span north of Welsh.

Creek County

  1. Deep Fork River 109-foot Pin-connected Pratt Truss located near Gypsy.

  2. Dry Creek Near Silver City, 40-foot half-hip pin connected span built in 1910 by The Missouri Valley Bridge & Iron Co., Leavenworth, KS.

  3. Little Polecat Creek 50-foot Warren Pony with a low-water dam. Located near Kellyville.

  4. Old US 66 Rock Creek 144-foot Parker truss near Sapulpa.

  5. Salt Creek 70-foot Warren Pony truss located near Gypsy.

  6. Old US 66 Sand Creek Small pony span near Bristow.

Custer County 

  1. OK 33 Deer Creek 100-foot pony span near Thomas.

  2. Old US 66 Little Deep Creek Single 80-foot Pratt span west of Hydro.

Delaware County

  1. Cloud Creek Warren pony truss with approaches near Colcord.

  2. Old OK 33 Flint Creek Three 80-foot Parker pony spans between Kansas and West Siloam Springs.

  3. Honey Creek Single 80-foot Warren pony truss near Grove.

  4. Saline Creek 100-foot Parker pony span on School Road near Kenwood.

Dewey County

None photographed yet for website.

Ellis County

None photographed yet for website.

Garfield County

  1. Bitter Creek Queen-post Pratt pony span built in 1905 near Douglas.

  2. Bitter Creek Queen-post Pratt pony span built in 1906 near Douglas.

  3. Black Bear Creek Queen-post Pratt pony span near Garber.

  4. Black Bear Creek Half-hip Pratt pony span near Graber.

  5. Branch Hackberry Creek Small half-hip Pratt near Waukomis.

  6. Branch Wild Horse Creek Queen-post Pratt built in 1906 near Kremlin.

  7. Buffalo Creek Queen-post Pratt span near Bison.

  8. Coldwater Creek Abandoned Queen-post Pratt pony near Hillsdale.

  9. Coldwater Creek Queen-post Pratt near Hillsdale.

  10. Crow's Nest Creek 75-foot pin-connected half-hip Pratt truss built in 1913.

  11. 4-D Creek Queen-post Pratt pony truss south of Hayward.

  12. Hackberry Creek 100-foot Camelback pony span between Douglas and Waukomis.

  13. Panther Creek 55-foot Half-hip Pratt on county line near Lucien.

  14. Otter Creek Pratt pony truss near Douglas.

  15. Skeleton Creek Abandoned Pratt pony span near Douglas.

  16. Skeleton Creek 100-foot Parker pony span southwest of Douglas.

  17. Turkey Creek Abandoned Pratt pony truss near Drummond.

  18. Wolf Creek  60-footPratt pony truss span built in 1910 southwest of Douglas.

  19. Wolf Creek Queen-post truss built in 1904 located southwest of Douglas.

Garvin County

  1. OK 19 Washita River 210-foot long Parker/K-truss truss with two 100 foot pony spans and approaches built in 1939.

  2. OK 74 Washita River 210-foot Parker/K-truss and 140-foot K-truss near Maysville built in 1950.

  3. OK 76 Washita River 210-foot Parker/K-truss with four 100-foot pony spans near Lindsay.

  4. US 77 Washita River 210' parker/K-truss with five 100-foot Parker Ponies near Wynnewood.

Grady County

  1. OK 19 Washita River 210-foot Parker/K-truss with three pony spans near Lindsay.

Grant County 

  1. OK 11 Crooked Creek 100-foot Parker Pony and approaches on highway west of Medford.

  2. Old US 81 Osage Creek 80-foot Parker pony and approaches on old highway near Jefferson.

  3. OK 11 Pond Creek A 100-foot Skewed Pony truss with approaches cross this creek west of Medford.

  4. US 60 Pond Creek A single 100-foot Parker pony with approaches near Pond Creek.

  5. Old US 81 Pond Creek 96-foot Camelback pony span located west of Jefferson.

  6. OK 132 Salt Fork (Arkansas) River  8 100' Ponies built in 1919 cross the Salt Fork River near Nash.

  7. US 60 Salt Fork (Arkansas) River 11 100' Ponies cross the Salt Fork of the Arkansas River near Pond Creek.

  8. Sand Creek Crossing Pratt pony built in 1919 located near Wakita.

Greer County

  1. OK 34 Salt Fork Red River Massive bridge of 8 100-foot Parker ponies with approaches south of Mangum.

Harmon County

None photographed yet for website.

Harper County 

  1. Sand Creek Bridge 54-foot Warren Pony truss north of Ft. Supply.

Haskell County

  1. OK 2 Beaver Creek 80-foot Parker pony with approaches north of Kinta.

Hughes County 

  1. Old Rock Island Railroad Bridge Canadian River Impressive 5-span modified through Warren truss at Calvin.

  2. Old US 75 "The Calvin Bridge" Canadian River 1919 Missouri Valley Bridge & Iron Co. built 4 span Parker through-truss.

  3. Little River Bridge Parker-K truss span with approaches between Holdenville and Atwood.

  4. Little River Bridge 210-foot Parker-K truss with approach span south of Holdenville

  5. OK 9 Wewoka Creek Parker pony truss with approaches near Wetumka.

Jackson County

  1. Frisco (BNSF) Railroad Sandy Creek Through truss with approach in Eldorado.

  2. OK5 Sandy Creek Skewed 100-foot Parker pony with approaches near Eldorado.

  3. OK 6 Sandy Creek Two 80-foot Parker pony spans with trestle approaches in Eldorado.

  4. Old US 62 North Fork Red River Impressive 23-span Parker pony truss with approach near Headrick.

  5. OK 6 Turkey Creek Three Parker pony spans with approaches in Olustee.

Jefferson County

  1. OK 79 Red River 21 Parker pony spans with approaches near Waurika.

Johnston County

  1. OK 7 Blue River Single 140-foot K-truss with approaches near Tishomingo.

  2. OK 99 Blue River Single 160-foot K-Parker truss with approaches north of Tishomingo.

  3. Washita River Crossing 145' Pin-connected Parker on Greasy Bend Road.

  4. Washita River Crossing 145' Double-intersection Warren, 2 180' K-Parkers on Greasy Bend Road

  5. OK 99 Washita River 210' K-Parker Just outside of Tishomingo.

Kay County

  1. Old US 60 Arkansas River Three 190' pin-connected Parkers, and one 110' thru-Pratt span bridge built in 1920. Demolished 2004

  2. Bird Nest Creek A very unique92' Fish-belly Pratt near Tonkawa.

  3. Bitter Creek Bed-frame Pratt built in 1902 located north of Blackwell.

  4. Chikaskia River 135' pin-connected Pratt span on White Eagle Road.

  5. Chikaskia River Crossing Unusual skewed Pratt through spans with two Pratt pony spans.

  6. Old US 60 Chikaskia River One 160' K-truss and two 100' Parker pony truss spans between Ponca City and Tonkawa.

  7. OK 156 Salt Fork (Arkansas) River Four 100' modified through Pratt truss spans north of Marland.

  8. Santa Fe Railroad Salt Fork (Arkansas) River Three through Pratt spans located south of Ponca City.

  9. Stink Creek 60-foot riveted Pratt truss north of Tonkawa.

  10. Turkey Creek (West Lake Ponca) 80-foot Parker pony truss located in Ponca City.

  11. Parker Pony Truss Built in 1935 located just west of Tonkawa.

Kingfisher County 

  1. Cimarron River Three 120' pin-connected Pratt spans on an abandoned road.

  2. Cimarron River Seven 135' Pin connected Pratt spans and a 120' Parker pony truss bridge west of  Dover.

  3. Kingfisher Creek 135' pin-connected Pratt truss.

  4. OK 51 Turkey Creek 2 very nice repainted 100' Ponies just west of Hennessy.

Kiowa County

  1. OK 9 Big Elk Creek A 100-foot Parker Pony with approaches just west of Hobart.

  2. Old US 62 Deep Red Creek 80-foot Parker pony with approaches east of Snyder.

  3. Old US 62 (US 62B) Otter Creek 80-foot Parker pony with approaches west of Snyder.

  4. OK 9 Rainy Mountain Creek 160-foot K-Parker just east of Mountain View.

  5. OK 9 Stinking Creek Three 100-foot Parker ponies east of Mountain View.

Latimer County

None photographed yet for website.

LeFlore County

  1. OK 63 Billy Creek A 1951 100' Pony and approaches span Billy Creek.

  2. Black Fork Creek One 150-foot and two 100-foot pin-connected Pratt through spans near Hodgens

  3. US270 Caston Creek 120-foot through modified Pratt with two 100-foot Parker Pony spans in Wister.

  4. Old US 271 Caston Creek Three 138-foot through pin-connected Pratt spans near Wister.

  5. Kiamichi River Bridge A state-standard pony span erected near Muse in 1966.

  6. OK 63 Kiamichi River A 1934 100' Pony and approaches span the Kiamichi River.

  7. Whitesboro Bridge Kiamichi River An unusual pin-connected Warren thru truss erected in 1940.

  8. Negro Creek Derlict 60-foot riveted Pratt pony span near Calhoun

  9. Owl Creek Bridge Single 145-foot double-intersection Warren near Bordeaux

  10. OK 1 Rock Creek 1936 100-foot pony truss and approaches near Talahina.

Lincoln County 

  1. Bear Creek A 115 foot long span built in 1904 near Fallis.

  2. Bear Creek Bed frame Pratt near Fallis    

  3. Bell Cow Creek 50' Warren Pony south of Chandler

  4. Bell Cow Creek Oldest bridge in Lincoln County is a 60' Pratt Pony south of Chandler built in 1902.

  5. OK 66B (Old US 66) Captain Creek Skewed 100-foot Parker pony with approaches.

  6. OK 18 Deep Fork River A 140' K-Parker span south of Chandler.

  7. Deep Fork River 150' riveted railroad thru Warren Near Wellston.

  8. Deep Fork River 110' riveted thru Pratt west of Chandler.

  9. Deep Fork River 100' riveted thru Pratt west of Chandler.

  10. Deep Fork River 100' riveted thru Pratt near the US 177-OK66 junction.

  11. US 177 Deep Fork River Skewed 100' Parker Pony near OK 66

  12. OK 99 Deer Creek A single 100-foot Parker pony located near Prague.

  13. Doise Creek Bridge Small 30-foot pony span near Stroud.

  14. Dry Creek A single 120 foot modified Pratt through span north of Davenport. 

  15. Eagle Creek King-post pony truss span near Fallis  

  16. Euchee Creek 80-foot pony span on county line south of Cushing.

  17. Euchee Creek A 70 foot long Warren pony truss bridge located south and east of Cushing

  18. Four Mile Creek Unique Queen Post pony truss near Kendrick.

  19. Little Doise Creek Small span over creek near Stroud.

  20. North Branch Creek 60-foot riveted Pratt span near Kendrick

  21. Quapaw Creek A very rare 80' Curved-top Warren Pony built in 1914.

  22. OK 18 Quapaw Creek A 100' Pony built in 1933.

  23. Old US 62 Robinson Creek A 60-foot Pratt pony span built in 1929 near Prague.

  24. Old US 66 Salt Creek Single 60-foot Pratt pony near Stroud.

  25. Old US 66 Salt Creek 1921 span on a long bypassed route of the famous highway near Stroud.

  26. Wildhorse Creek Single 50-foot Warren pony span near Cushing.

Logan County 

  1. Bear Creek 150-foot pin-connected through Camelback truss located near Meridian.

  2. Bear Creek 102-foot pin-connected thru Pratt Span built in 1908 near Meridian.

  3. Bear Creek 75-foot pin-connected half-hip pony truss near Meridian

  4. Bear Creek 80-foot Parker Pony truss near Meridian

  5. Bear Creek 75-foot pin-connected Pratt pony truss near Meridian

  6. Beaver Creek 100' pin-connected thru Pratt span near Coyle.

  7. Boggy Creek 60-foot pin-connected half-hip Pratt near Cashion.

  8. US 77 Beaver Creek 120' thru-Pratt span north of Guthrie

  9. OK 33 Cimarron River Eleven 100-foot Parker pony truss spans near Coyle. Demolished 2007

  10. Cottonwood Creek Crossing An 88-foot riveted through Warren truss near Cashion.

  11. Cottonwood Creek Bridge A 90-foot span in Guthrie.

  12. Cottonwood Creek A 110-foot Camelback pony span near Seward.

  13. Deer Creek Abandoned Pratt pony truss near Navina.

  14. East Beaver Creek A simple 48-foot Warren Pony span near Orlando.

  15. Otter Creek 52-foot Warren pony truss in northern Logan Co.

  16. Otter Creek 120' pin-connected Pratt span in northern Logan County

  17. Otter Creek Crossing Abandoned 110' pin-connected Pratt span.

  18. Pawnee Creek 50-foot pin-connected half-hip Pratt near Cashion.

  19. OK 51 Otter Creek 100' Pony span built in 1948, located near OK 51-OK74 junction.

  20. Skeleton Creek Crossing 120' Camelback pony truss span

  21. Skeleton Creek Crossing 120-foot Modified Pratt span near Lovell.

  22. Skeleton Creek Crossing 100' Parker pony truss span

  23. Skeleton Creek Crossing 80-foot Parker pony span near Lovell.

  24. OK 74 Skeleton Creek 100' Pony span built in 1948, located near OK 74-OK 51 junction.

  25. US 77 Skeleton Creek 200' long Parker truss span north of Guthrie

  26. Soldier Creek Single span Warren built in 1910 near Coyle.

  27. West Beaver Creek 100' Pratt Pony located west of Orlando

Love County 

  1. OK 32 Hickory Creek 180-foot K-truss and approaches east of Marietta.

  2. OK 32 Rock Creek 100-foot Warren deck truss with approaches west of Marietta.

  3. US 77 Hickory Creek Two 96-foot Parker pony spans north of Marietta.

Major County 

  1. South Fork Gypsum Creek 60-foot Pratt pony span carrying Surrey Lane in Fairview.

  2. Unnamed Creek Abandoned 80-foot riveted Warren pony span near Bouse Junction.

Marshall County 

  1. OK 32 Hauani Creek 100-foot Parker pony truss with approaches west of Kingston.

  2. Old US 70 Unnamed Creek 80-foot Parker pony on old old highway north of Madill.

Mayes County 

  1. OK 28 Big Cabin Creek A wide 1939 160-foot K-truss span and approaches near Grand Lake

  2. Old OK 33 Chouteau Creek Single 210-foot K-Parker truss and pony approach just east of Chouteau.

  3. Strang Bridge Grand River Four 180-foot pin-connected Parker truss spans west of Strang

  4. Grand River Bridge Three remaining pin-connected Parker spans of a five span bridge near Sportsman Acres.

  5. OK 82 Grand River 6 100-foot Ponies span the Grand River just downstream of the Grand Lake Dam.

  6. OK 28 Pryor Creek A single Parker pony span with approaches near Adair.

McClain County 

None photographed yet for website.

McCurtain County 

  1. Big Eagle Creek Parker through truss with steel and concrete approaches near Smithville.

  2. OK 3 Glover River Through Parker-K-truss with eight Parker ponies west of Broken Bow.

  3. US 70 Little River Through Parker-K-truss with ten Parker pony spans north of Idabel.

  4. US 70 Mountain Fork River Two through Parker-K-truss spans with three Parker ponies east of  Broken Bow.  

  5. US 70 Yashau Creek Parker pony span with steel stringer approaches south of Broken Bow.

McIntosh County 

None photographed yet for website.

Murray County 

  1. Rock Creek Two span structure in Sulphur appears to have been moved from Carter County.

  2. OK 7 Washita River Built in 1931, this bridge is an excellent example of an early K-truss in Oklahoma, 210-foot main span with two 100-foot pony spans and approaches.  It was located near Davis. Demolished February 2004

Muskogee County 

  1. Old OK 16 Arkansas River Indiana-built four-span Parker truss located between Muskogee and Okay.

  2. Old OK 104 Arkansas River Ten 175-foot pin-connected Parker spans near Haskell.

  3. Ash Creek Single 60-foot Warren pony span near Haskell.

  4. US 64 Ash Creek Two 100-foot Modified Pratt spans built in 1929 near Taft.

  5. Cane Creek Located between Boynton and Haskell, this bridge was built by a local firm.

  6. Cloud Creek Unique 70-foot riveted Warren pony southeast of Boynton.

  7. Cloud Creek Warren pony truss built in 1929 near Boynton.

  8. Cloud Creek  Through Pratt span built in 1911 near Boynton.

  9. Cloud Creek  Unique Indiana-built Warren pony truss built in 1911 near Boynton.

  10. Old US 64 Cloud Creek Two 100-foot Modified Pratt spans built in 1929 near Taft 

  11. Grand River Bridge Four 189-foot Modified Parker spans located at Ft. Gibson.

  12. Grand River Railroad Bridge Located in Ft. Gibson, this bridge carries heavy coal trains to a power plant

  13. Katy Railroad Overpass Unique overpass built in 1905 form recycled steel in downtown Muskogee.

  14. Maynard Bayou Substantial through Pratt span on a residential road near Muskogee.

  15. Old US 64 Pecan Creek Single 100-foot Modified Pratt thru span built in 1929 near Taft

  16. Salt Creek Single 60-foot riveted Warren pony truss built by the Vincennes Bridge Co.

  17. Unnamed Creek Indiana-built Parker pony truss near Ft. Gibson.

  18. Walker Branch Creek Warren pony truss span near Ft. Gibson.

Noble County 

  1. Black Bear Creek 120-foot long thru Pratt 1-1/2 miles west of Lela. Demolished 2004

  2. Black Bear Creek 60-foot Pratt pony near Lucien.

  3. Black Bear Creek 90' Pratt Pony located near Morrison

  4. US 177 Black Bear Creek 160-foot K-truss north of Stillwater.

  5. US 77 Black Bear Creek 160-foot Parker span north of Perry.

  6. Cow Creek A single 50-foot Pratt pony span south of Perry.

  7. Cow Creek A sturdy 80-foot Pratt pony span standing east of Perry on Lariat Road.

  8. Grassy Creek Bedstead Pratt on Windmill Road located west of Ceres.

  9. Oak Creek 60-foot pin-connected Pratt pony near Morrison.

  10. Otoe Creek A 1909-built Pratt pony on Maverick Road east of Perry.

  11. BNSF (Old Frisco) Otoe Creek a 1904 Pratt pony East of Perry.

  12. Panther Creek 55-foot Half-hip Pratt on county line near Lucien.

  13. Red Rock Creek 70-foot Pratt pony located east of Ceres

  14. Red Rock Creek 60-foot Pratt Pony located west of Ceres

  15. Red Rock Creek 90-foot Pratt Pony located west of Ceres

  16. US 77 Red Rock Creek 100-foot thru modified Pratt south of Tonkawa.

  17. OK 164 West Warren Creek 2 60-foot Pratt Pony spans with an approach near Lucien. Demolished 2007

  18. Unnamed Creek 50-foot Queen-post truss span located near Ceres.

  19. Unnamed Creek Half-hip Pratt pony truss span on a dead-end road near the Otoe Indian Agency.

Nowata County 

  1. Old OK 16 Hickory Creek 120' riveted thru Pratt with approach spans on an old highway alignment

  2. Old OK 16 Opossum Creek 120 ' riveted thru Pratt.

  3. Tucker Creek 60' Half-Hip Pratt truss off OK-10

  4. US 60 Verdigris River 210' K-Parker located at north end of Oolagah Lake.

Okfuskee County 

  1. Buckeye Creek 60' Warren pony truss near Mason

  2. OK 48 Deep Fork River 160 foot K-truss span built in 1939 near Welty

  3. North Canadian River 160 foot Parker truss built in 1927 near Weleetka

  4. OK 27 North Canadian River 7 100' Ponies built in 1948 cross the North Canadian River

  5. Old US 62 Unnamed Creek Warren pony span just east of Boley.

Oklahoma County 

  1. Britton Road North Canadian River 3 140-foot riveted modified Parker spans near Jones.

  2. Triple XXX Road North Canadian River 160-foot modified Parker and lengthy approaches near Choctaw.

  3. Old US 66 North Canadian River 4 160-foot riveted thru modified Parkers and 2 100' pony spans near Yukon.

Okmulgee County 

  1. Old US 75 Adams Creek Pratt pony truss on old highway north of Okmulgee.

  2. Checkerboard Creek Bedstead ponytruss near Beggs.

  3. Coal Creek Bridge A riveted Warren bedstead span near Henryetta.

  4. Deep Fork River Bridge Pin-connected through span west of Okmulgee.

  5. Old US 266 Deep Fork River 210-foot Parker-K truss span with approaches near Henryetta.

  6. Duck Creek Bridge Closed bedstead Pratt near Mounds.

  7. Old US 75 Flat Rock Creek Warren pony truss on old highway north of Okmulgee.

  8. Honey Creek Bridge Warren pony truss in Nuyaka area with a history.

  9. North Canadian Bridge A four-span 708-foot  structure east of Henryetta.

  10. Unnamed Creek 48-foot riveted Warren pony span near Okmulgee

  11. Salt Creek Bridge Pin-connected bedstead truss near Beggs.

  12. Salt Creek Bridge 60-foot Warren pony span near Beggs

  13. Snake Creek Bridge Riveted Warren pony truss northeast of Okmulgee.

  14. OK 16 Tiger Creek 100-foot pony span on highway west of Okmulgee.

Osage County

  1. Birch Creek Curved-top Warren pony near Hulah Lake.

  2. Birch Creek Abandoned Through Pratt span south of Barnsdall.

  3. Birch Creek Abandoned Midland Valley Railroad Warren pony south of Barnsdall.

  4. Avant Bridge Bird Creek This 403-foot long 3-span pin-connected Pratt bridge was built in 1913 in Avant.

  5. Nelagony Bridge Bird Creek This two-span thru Pratt was built in 1930 and is located 1/2 mile north of Nelagony.

  6. Candy Creek  Curved-top Warren pony truss in southeastern part of county.

  7. Caney River Crossing  A single 190-foot Parker leaps across the Caney River in beautiful northeastern Osage County

  8. Caney River Crossing 2 160-foot Parkers near Elgin, Kansas.

  9. OK 99 Caney River Multi-truss structure south of Kansas state line.

  10. Coon Creek Interesting Warren pony span near Bartlesville. NEW!!!

  11. Clear Creek 50' Warren Pony on Fairfax Road near Doga. Demolished 2003

  12. Clear Creek 60-foot Warren pony west of Pawhuska.

  13. OK 97 Delaware Creek 80-foot Warren Pony near the Zink Ranch

  14. Doga Creek 80-foot Pony on Fairfax Road near Doga. Demolished 2003

  15. Dog Thrasher Creek 60-foot Pratt Pony truss built in 1920 near Barnsdall.

  16. US 60 Elm Creek 80-foot Parker Pony truss located between Pawhuska and Bartlesville.

  17. Grey Horse Creek 2-span closed spandrel concrete arch, built 1925 by the Topeka Bridge Co. This bridge is located near Fairfax.

  18. OK 99 Hominy Creek A 140-foot thru K-Truss north of Hominy. Demolished 2005

  19. Little Chief Creek Warren Pony truss on Little Chief Road.

  20. Lucy Creek Pratt pony truss near Fairfax.

  21. Mission Creek 130-foot riveted thru Pratt in beautiful northeastern Osage County.

  22. OK 99 Pond Creek 160-foot K-Truss north of Pawhuska.

  23. Quapaw Creek 120-foot Modified Pratt truss near Skiatook.

  24. Old OK 18 Rock Creek Pratt pony south of Shilder on old OK 18, east of the present OK 18.

  25. Fairfax Lake Road Salt Creek Two 120-foot thru Parker trusses directly north of Fairfax.

  26. Old OK 18 Salt Creek Thru Pratt truss south of Shilder on old highway alignment.

  27. Old OK 18 Salt Creek In Fairfax, this 1916 curved-top Warren pony sits south of football stadium.

  28. OK 18 Salt Creek  160-foot K-truss north of Ralston, only truss bridge on Salt Creek still carrying OK 18.

  29. Old US 60 Salt Creek  This two span 80-foot pony truss bridge stands on the east edge of Burbank.

  30. Sand Creek Three span Pratt pony truss west of Bartlesville.

  31. Old US 60 Sand Creek 80-foot Parker pony span with approaches north of Pawhuska.

  32. US 60/OK99 Sand Creek Single 100-foot Parker Pony truss near Pawhuska. Built in 1933.

  33. Spring Creek Pratt pony truss span near Grainola

  34. Turkey Creek Pratt pony span near Hulah lake.

  35. Old US 60 Unnamed Creek 80-foot concrete arch between Ponca City and Burbank.

Ottawa County

  1. Elm Creek Crossing 100-foot long Pony truss west of Commerce.

  2. I-44 Five Mile Creek A 160-foot deck truss with approaches carries this busy interstate across a stream and its small canyon.

  3. Four Mile Creek Crossing 90-foot pony truss on the state line west of Pitcher.

  4. Four Mile Creek Crossing 80-foot pony truss west of Pitcher.

  5. Neosho River Two 156-foot thru Pratts cross the Neosho River at Steppe's Ford

  6. Neosho River Three-span thru truss bridge built in 1930. Located near Mudeater Bend.

  7. OK 10 Spring River  A deck-truss bridge made up of 3 100-foot Warren spans and a 210-foot Warren span with approaches.

Pawnee County

  1. Bedford Creek Rustic 40-foot half-hip pony truss built by Canton Bridge Co. north of Pawnee.

  2. Blackburn Bridge Arkansas River Six 160' Parker truss spans link Blackburn to Osage County

  3. Old OK 18 Arkansas River Five 210' Parker truss spans on an old alignment of OK 18

  4. OK 18 Arkansas River North of downtown Ralston, five 210' K-Parker trusses carry OK 18 to Fairfax

  5. Black Bear Creek 120' Pratt truss on Blackburn-Skedee road

  6. Black Bear Creek Two 100' ponies east of Pawnee's downtown

  7. Black Bear Creek 130' pin-connected thru Pratt  Demolished 2006

  8. Branch Camp Creek Warren pony span north of Meremec.

  9. Coal Creek 38' pin-connected Bed-frame Pratt with approaches

  10. Coal Creek A pin-connected 50' Half-hip Pratt with a concrete deck.

  11. Crystal Creek 60-foot pin-connected Pratt pony near Blackburn

  12. East Branch Ranch Creek Ohio-built pony truss north of Jennings.

  13. Harper Creek Warren pony span south of Blackburn.

  14. Hellroaring Creek  Heavily-built Pratt pony span south of Blackburn.

  15. Turkey Creek Crossing Canton Bridge Co. built half-hip Pratt

Payne County

  1. Big Creek Single 100-foot Modified Pratt near Ripley

  2. Old OK 33 Cimarron River Eight 100-foot deck Warren truss spans cross the Cimarron River on an old OK 33 alignment near Ripley.

  3. Clear Creek 38-foot riveted Warren pony truss near Mulhall

  4. Clear Creek 80-foot pin connected Pratt pony located near Mulhall.

  5. Little Stillwater Creek Warren Pony truss bridge on Mehan road north of Mehan.

  6. Lost Creek 100-foot Parker pony truss just east of Perkins.

  7. North Stillwater Creek A 100-foot Parker Pony on McElroy Road west of Stillwater.

  8. North Stillwater Creek  A 60' Half-Hip Pratt truss bridge built by the Canton Bridge Co.

  9. North Stillwater Creek 54-foot Warren Pony span with a surprise.

  10. Stillwater Creek Crossing A 108-foot and 60-foot Warren Pony truss bridge on Riverside road near Ripley.

  11. Stillwater Creek 100' thru Pratt truss near Mehan. Moved in 2003.

  12. Stillwater Creek 100' Pony truss on Sangre Road north of OK 51

  13. Stillwater Creek 70' Pratt pony truss on McElroy Road west of Stillwater.

  14. Stillwater Creek 52-foot Warren Pony on Lakeview Road west of OK86.

  15. Stillwater Creek  Another 70-foot Pratt pony truss on McElroy road west of Stillwater.

  16. OK 51 Stillwater Creek 140-foot Parker-K truss on highway 51. Moved 2007-08

  17. Salt Creek Crossing An unusual Fish-belly Pratt, located near Yale.

  18. Wildhorse Creek A rugged 60-foot Warren pony span on Country Club Road near Perkins. 

  19. Unnamed Creek Pin-connected bedstead span located near Union Road 3 miles south of OK 51

Pittsburg County

  1. Bull Creek A simple 53-foot riveted Warren span near Scipio.

  2. Coal Creek 120-foot modified through Pratt with Parker pony spans near McAlister.

  3. OK1/US270 Coal Creek 140-foot K-truss east of McAlister.

Pontotoc County

  1. OK 99 Clear Boggy Creek A 100-foot Parker pony south of Ada.

  2. OK 99 Jack Fork Creek A single 140-foot K-truss built in 1932.

  3. OK99 Mill Creek A single 100-foot Parker pony built in 1932. Located south of Ada.

Pottawatomie County

  1. Wanette-Byars Bridge Canadian River A former railroad bridge built in 1902 consisting of three 265' pin-connected Camelbacks spans.

  2. North Canadian River Bridge Unusual 120-foot Through Camelback near Shawnee.

  3. Old OK 18 Salt Creek  Two 120-foot long Pratt spans north of Pearson in Pottawatomie County.

  4. Old OK 18 Squirrel Creek Oklahoma's only concrete Rainbow Arch Bridge, 67 feet long, built in 1917. Located between Shawnee & Tecumseh.

Pushmataha County

  1. US 271 Big Cedar Creek A 180-foot K-truss with approaches north of Antlers.

  2. OK 3 Kiamichi River Parker-K-truss with pony truss approaches east of Antlers.

  3. US 271 Kiamichi River 210-foot Parker-K-truss with pony approaches on the north edge of Antlers.

Roger Mills County

  1. OK 33 Washita River 100-foot Parker pony with approaches west of Strong City.

Rogers County 

  1. OK 66 (old US 66) Bird Creek Two large bridges, one built in 1936, the other in 1956, located near Catoosa.

  2. Boggy Creek abandoned 100-foot through Pratt south of Keetonville.

  3. Inola Creek 45-foot bedstead pony truss south of Inola built in 1910 by Missouri Valley Bridge & Iron Co.

  4. OK 66 (old US 66) Pryor Creek 100-foot Parker Pony built in 1931 near Chelsea.

  5. Old US 66 Pryor Creek 120-foot modified through Pratt located near Chelsea.

  6. Spunky Creek A bedstead pony truss built in 1913 by the Missouri Valley bridge & Iron Co.

  7. BNSF Railroad Verdigris River Massive Through Warren w/ polygonal top chord truss span between Claremore and Catoosa.

  8. Old OK 88 Verdigris River 170' pin-connected Parker truss on an old alignment of OK 88.

  9. Unnamed Creek Warren pony truss located south of Inola.

Seminole County 

  1. Old OK 99 Little River Two battle-scarred 100-foot modified through Pratt spans with approaches built in 1929.

  2. OK 9A Salt Creek The Oldest Truss Bridge in Oklahoma. Built in 1896 by The King Iron Bridge Co, Cleveland, Ohio. Moved to present location in 1947. Located south of Maud.

  3. Old OK 99 Salt Creek Two 80-foot Parker pony spans with approaches built in 1927.

Sequoyah County 

  1. US 64 Big Sallisaw Creek Three 100-foot Parker ponies in Sallisaw.

  2. Old US 64 Big Sallisaw Creek Six poured concrete deck girder spans in Sallisaw.

  3. OK 101 Lee Creek Single 210-foot Parker/K-truss near Short.

  4. US 59 Little Sallisaw Creek 100-foot Parker pony near Sallisaw

Stephens County

  1. OK 53A Comanche Lake Spillway 60-foot Pony truss at the Comanche Lake Dam.

Texas County

  1. Hackberry Creek 1920's era modified through Pratt near Hardesty.

Tillman County

  1. Old US 62 Frisco Railroad Converted 125-foot through Pratt railroad bridge used as highway overpass.

Tulsa County

  1. RR Arkansas River Former railroad bridge now a pedestrian bridge. Near 31st. & Riverside in Tulsa.

  2. US 64 Arkansas River Nineteen 100' Parker ponies on an old US 64 alignment near Bixby.

  3. Old US 66 Arkansas River Eighteen open-spandrel concrete arches  across the Arkansas River in Tulsa.

  4. Jenks Bridge Arkansas River Nineteen 100' Parker ponies on an old county road alignment near Jenks.

  5. Original Jenks Bridge One 165' Parker is that remains of the original 1909 Jenks Arkansas River bridge.

  6. Bird Creek Crossing A 210' long pin-connected Parker span and two 80' Pratt ponies cross Bird Creek near Owasso.

  7. Bird Creek Crossing Two 150' long thru pin-connected Pratt spans cross Bird Creek near Turly.

  8. Bird Creek A 180' pin-connected Parker span near Turly.

  9. Bird Creek Canton Bridge Co. built 1912 structure of the Petit or Pennsylvania design near Skiatook.

  10. US 169 Bird Creek Route 66 has nothing on these twin 189' long K-Truss spans with 100' pony approaches built in 1960.

  11. Broken Arrow Creek Bridge Pin-connected King Post pony span in the Broken Arrow region.

  12. Old US 169 Caney River 160' Parker truss span and two 100' Parker pony truss spans on an old alignment of US 169.

  13. Hominy Creek 160 foot Parker truss with two Warren pony spans between Turley and Skiatook.

  14. OK 11 Hominy Creek 160' long K-truss and approaches was built in 1940. Located south of Skiatook.

  15. Old US 169 Horse Pen Creek A 120' thru Pratt truss span on the old alignment of US 169.

  16. Mud Creek Crossing Riveted Warren bedstead truss near the Keystone Dam.

  17. Snake Creek Crossing Riveted Warren bedstead truss south of Bixby built in 1914.

  18. Snake Creek Crossing A 130' pin-connected Pratt span built in 1909.

  19. Unnamed Creek 80 foot Pratt pony truss between Turley and Skiatook.

  20. Unnamed Creek Warren pony span near Collinsville.

  21. Unnamed Creek 60-foot Pratt pony span in Skiatook.

Wagoner County   

  1. Old OK 104 Choska Creek 50-foot Warren pony truss on abandoned road.

  2. Coal Creek Bridge Riveted Warren pony span between Wagner and Muskogee.

  3. Old OK 72 Coweta Creek Pratt pony truss on old highway alignment in Coweta.

  4. OK 51 Grand River (Lake Fort Gibson) Five 210' K-Parker spans and a 100' Parker pony truss bridge east of Wagoner.

  5. Union Pacific (Old Midland Valley) Mountain Creek Abandoned Pratt through truss Railroad bridge 1 mile east of county line, near Arkansas River

  6. Coweta Road Salt Creek A 100-foot long riveted Pratt span carries this road over Salt Creek south of old OK 33.

  7. Old OK 33 Spunky Creek Single 80-foot Pratt pony with approaches east of Catoosa.

  8. OK 51 Verdigris River (Kerr-McClellan Navigation Channel) 210' K-Parker truss and five 100' pony spans west of Wagoner.

  9. Unnamed Creek Warren pony truss bridge near Port of Durkin.

Washington County

  1. Old US 75 Bevan Creek 80-foot long riveted pony truss south of Ramona on old highway alignment.

  2. OK 123 (old US 75) Caney River Beautiful 210-foot K-Parker and two 100-foot Parker Ponies.

  3. Double Creek 100-foot Pin-connected Pratt through truss located east of Ramona

  4. Old US 75 Double Creek 100' Parker Pony truss located just north or Ramona

  5. Lacy Creek 90-foot Pratt Pony with pinned connections.

  6. Saunders Creek Warren pony spanning creek west of Vera. NEW!!!

  7. Old US 75 Saunders Creek 100' Parker Pony located 1/4 mile north of Vera

  8. Timber Lake Creek A 75-foot bedframe Pratt stands adjacent to a cemetery.

Washita County

None photographed yet for website.

Woods County

  1. Driftwood Creek 100-foot Camelback pony span near Capron.

  2. Driftwood Creek 83-foot WPA built bridge near Capron.

  3. Unnamed Creek Bridge A 40-foot Riveted Warren pony span near Capron.

  4. US 64 Red Horse Creek 100-foot Parker pony with approaches near Camp Houston.

  5. US 281 Salt Fork Arkansas River Largest truss bridge left in NW Oklahoma near Alva.

  6. US 64 White Horse Creek Single 80-foot Parker pony near Camp Houston.

Woodward County

None photographed yet for website.


Updated December 09, 2012

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