List of Bridges On The National Register of Historic Places in Tennessee

This is a list of bridges and tunnels on the National Register of Historic Places in the U.S. state of Tennessee.

Name Image Built Listed Location County Type
Big Sewee Creek Bridge 1914 1982-07-06 Decatur
Meigs Through Truss
Chattanooga, Harrison, Georgetown & Charleston Railroad Tunnel 1863 1978-08-24 Chattanooga
Conway Bridge 2009-11-20 Briar Thicket vicinity
Cumberland Mountain Tunnel 1849, 1852 1977-08-22 Cowan Franklin
Elmwood Cemetery Office and Entrance Bridge 1880 !ca. 1880, ca. 1900 1978-05-22 Memphis
Firescald Creek Stone Arch Bridge 1906 1987-04-01 Altamont
Grundy Stone arch bridge
Harrisburg Covered Bridge 1875 1975-06-10 Harrisburg
Hickory Creek Stone Arch Bridge 1912 1987-04-01 Marvin Chapel
Grundy Stone Arch Bridge
Cordell Hull Bridge 2009-11-20 Carthage
Hutsell Truss Bridge 1910 1982-07-06 Ten Mile
Kelso Bowstring Arch Truss Bridge 1878 1983-01-04 Kelso
Lincoln Bowstring Arch Truss
Ketner's Mill and Bridge 1824, 1872 1977-11-23 Victoria Marion
Kings Mill Bridge 1884 !ca. 1884 1982-07-06 Decatur
Meigs Single Span Through Truss
Lebanon Road Stone Arch Bridge 1888 1987-05-13 Nashville
Marion Memorial Bridge 1929, 1930, 1947 2007-09-06 Haletown
Marion Warren and Parker Truss
Market Street Bridge 1917 2010-12-20 Chattanooga
Hamilton Chief John Ross Bridge
Bascule bridge
Montgomery Bell Tunnel 1819 1994-04-19 White Bluff
Old Town Bridge 1801, ca. 1820 1988-04-13 Franklin
Scott Creek Stone Arch Bridge 1898 !ca. 1898 1987-04-01 Coalmont
Grundy Stone Arch Bridge
Shelby Street Bridge 1907, 1909 1986-11-20 Nashville
Davidson Truss & girder span bridge
Southern Railroad Bridge 1900 1989-07-25 Rockford
Surprise Truss Bridge 1917 1982-07-06 Ten Mile
Walland Bridge 1918 1989-07-25 Walland
Walnut Street Bridge 1891 1990-02-23 Chattanooga
Hamilton Camelback truss,modified
Westmoreland Tunnel 1886 1978-01-20 Westmoreland
Elizabethton Covered Bridge
1973-03-14 Elizabethton
Elk Avenue Bridge
1973-03-14 Elizabethton
Broad Street Bridge
1973-03-14 Elizabethton
Cumberland Avenue Bridge 1906
removed 2001-07-13
South Pittsburg Marion Single span arch bridge
Elkhead Stone Arch Bridge 1900 !ca. 1900
removed 1986-08-01
Pelham Grundy
Paint Rock Creek Covered Bridge 1870 !ca. 1870
removed 1980-06-19
Huntsville Scott queen post truss
Parks Covered Bridge 1912
removed 1998-03-13
Trimble Obion

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