List of Crossings of The Beaver River - Crossings - Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania

Moravia Bridge PA 168 Taylor Township and North Beaver Township Beaver River Railroad Bridge CSX Transportation Taylor Township and New Beaver Chewton-Wampum Bridge PA 288 Wayne Township and Wampum Wampum Viaduct Bridge Norfolk Southern Wayne Township and Wampum Koppel Railroad Bridge (abandoned) former Pittsburgh and Lake Erie Railroad North Sewickley Township and Koppel Fifth Avenue Bridge PA 351 North Sewickley Township and Koppel Beaver Valley Bridge Pennsylvania Turnpike North Sewickley Township and Big Beaver Eastvale Bridge (John F. Kennedy Memorial Bridge) PA 588 Eastvale and Beaver Falls Eastvale Dam Eastvale and Beaver Falls Canal Dam New Brighton and Beaver Falls Seventh Avenue Bridge PA 18 New Brighton and Beaver Falls Beaver Falls-New Brighton Railroad Bridge Norfolk Southern Railway New Brighton and Beaver Falls Fallston Dam New Brighton and Fallston Fallston Bridge New Brighton and Fallston Veterans Memorial Bridge (under construction) New Brighton and Bridgewater Rochester-Bridgewater Bridge Rochester and Bridgewater Rochester-Beaver Bridge PA 51 PA 68 Rochester and Bridgewater Rochester-Beaver Railroad Bridge Norfolk Southern Railway Rochester and Bridgewater

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