List of bridges on the National Register of Historic Places in Georgia

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This is a list of bridges and tunnels on the National Register of Historic Places in the U.S. state of Georgia.[1]

Name Image Built Listed Location County Type
Auchumpkee Creek Covered Bridge 1898 1975-04-01 Thomaston
32°45′20″N 84°13′55″W / 32.75556°N 84.23194°W / 32.75556; -84.23194 (Auchumpkee Creek Covered Bridge)
Upson Covered Town lattice truss
Coheelee Creek Covered Bridge COHEELEE C.B., EARLY CTY, GEORGIA.jpg 1883 1976-05-13 Hilton
31°18′25″N 85°4′40″W / 31.30694°N 85.07778°W / 31.30694; -85.07778 (Coheelee Creek Covered Bridge)
Early Covered modified kingpost truss
Cromer's Mill Covered Bridge CROMER'S MILL COVERED BRIDGE.jpg 1907 1976-08-17 Carnesville
34°16′31″N 83°15′57″W / 34.27528°N 83.26583°W / 34.27528; -83.26583 (Cromer's Mill Covered Bridge)
Franklin Covered Town lattice truss
Elder's Mill Covered Bridge and Elder Mill 1924 1994-05-05 Watkinsville
33°48′11″N 83°21′49″W / 33.80306°N 83.36361°W / 33.80306; -83.36361 (Elder's Mill Covered Bridge and Elder Mill)
Oconee Covered
Elder's Mill Covered Bridge and Elder Mill ELDER'S MILL COVERED BRIDGE.jpg 1897, 1900 1994-05-05 Watkinsville
33°48′11″N 83°21′49″W / 33.80306°N 83.36361°W / 33.80306; -83.36361 (Elder's Mill Covered Bridge and Elder Mill)
Oconee Covered
Howard's Covered Bridge HOWARD'S COVERED BRIDGE.jpg 1905 1975-07-01 Smithsonia
33°59′9″N 83°8′1″W / 33.98583°N 83.13361°W / 33.98583; -83.13361 (Howard's Covered Bridge)
Oglethorpe Covered Town lattice truss
Kesler Covered Bridge 1925 1975-06-18 Homer
34°25′27″N 83°23′16″W / 34.42417°N 83.38778°W / 34.42417; -83.38778 (Kesler Covered Bridge)
Banks Covered kingpost & queenpost truss
Kilgore Mill Covered Bridge and Mill Site KILGORE MILL COVERED BRIDGE.jpg 1894 1975-04-14 Bethlehem
33°54′0″N 83°44′25″W / 33.90000°N 83.74028°W / 33.90000; -83.74028 (Kilgore Mill Covered Bridge and Mill Site)
Barrow Covered Town lattice truss
New Salem Covered Bridge 1915 1975-06-10 Commerce
34°15′30″N 83°25′20″W / 34.25833°N 83.42222°W / 34.25833; -83.42222 (New Salem Covered Bridge)
Banks Covered multiple kingpost truss
Poole's Mill Covered Bridge Historic Poole's Mill Bridge--Smaller.jpg 1900, 1901 1975-04-01 Cumming
34°17′20″N 84°14′35″W / 34.28889°N 84.24306°W / 34.28889; -84.24306 (Poole's Mill Covered Bridge)
Forsyth Covered Town lattice truss
Railroad Overpass at Ocmulgee ca. 1870 1979-12-18 Macon
32°50′27″N 83°35′59″W / 32.84083°N 83.59972°W / 32.84083; -83.59972 (Railroad Overpass at Ocmulgee)
Bibb
Red Oak Creek Covered Bridge Red Oak Creek Covered Bridge ca. 1840 1973-05-07 Woodbury
33°2′18″N 84°33′12″W / 33.03833°N 84.55333°W / 33.03833; -84.55333 (Red Oak Creek Covered Bridge)
Meriwether Covered Town truss
Ruff's Mill and Concord Covered Bridge CONCORD C.B., COBB COUNTY, GEORGIA.jpg 1864, 1872 1980-11-24 Smyrna
33°50′56″N 84°33′30″W / 33.84889°N 84.55833°W / 33.84889; -84.55833 (Ruff's Mill and Concord Covered Bridge)
Cobb Covered
Watson Mill Covered Bridge and Mill Historic District Watson Mill Covered Bridge 1868, 1885, ca. 1906 1991-09-05 Comer Oglethorpe Covered Town lattice truss
Western and Atlantic Railroad Tunnel at Tunnel Hill Western and Atlantic Railroad Tunnel at Tunnel Hill 1850 2002-01-11 Tunnel Hill
34°50′20″N 85°2′9″W / 34.83889°N 85.03583°W / 34.83889; -85.03583 (Western and Atlantic Railroad Tunnel at Tunnel Hill)
Whitfield
White Oak Creek Covered Bridge ca. 1880 1973-06-19 Alvaton
33°9′0″N 84°33′2″W / 33.15000°N 84.55056°W / 33.15000; -84.55056 (White Oak Creek Covered Bridge)
Meriwether Covered Long truss

References[edit]

  1. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2010-07-09.