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Bridges that were designed to carry no traffic

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wriddle082:
Near Franklin Furnace, OH, there is a cable suspension pipeline bridge over the Ohio River, maybe a mile or so downstream from the Greenup Locks and Dam.  It can be seen from US 52 here https://goo.gl/maps/pZj4wqNanJ7ap6XH8 and can also be seen from KY 3116 (Old US 23) (no GSV).  I want to say itís a natural gas pipeline but it could be petroleum.  Been around for as long as I can remember.

Big John:
Since my previous example has been demolished, I'll come up with a coal-carrying viaduct over US 83 near Flkirk ND.

sbeaver44:

--- Quote from: Big John on July 29, 2021, 06:54:25 PM ---Since my previous example has been demolished, I'll come up with a coal-carrying viaduct over US 83 near Flkirk ND.

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I believe it has also been demolished but there was a coal bridge over PA 88 and the Mon River near Fredericktown

DandyDan:
In Plattsmouth, Nebraska north of the toll bridge and the BNSF bridge is a pipeline suspension bridge at the Missouri River.

ethanhopkin14:
Wastewater pipeline bridge across Sam Houston Tollway.

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