List of bridges on the National Register of Historic Places in North Carolina

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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 North Carolina.[1]

Name Image Built Listed Location County Type
Bunker Hill Covered Bridge Bunk Hill Covered Bridge 1895 1970-02-26 Claremont
35°43′20″N 81°6′36″W / 35.72222°N 81.11000°W / 35.72222; -81.11000 (Bunker Hill Covered Bridge)
Catawba Haupt truss
Deep River Camelback Truss Bridge Deep River Camelback Bridge 1910, 1932 1995-06-09 Cumnock-Gulf
35°34′13″N 79°14′28″W / 35.57028°N 79.24111°W / 35.57028; -79.24111 (Deep River Camelback Truss Bridge)
Chatham Camelback Truss
Hunting Creek Railroad Bridge ca. 1860, ca. 1890 1987-11-09 Morganton
35°45′5″N 81°39′31″W / 35.75139°N 81.65861°W / 35.75139; -81.65861 (Hunting Creek Railroad Bridge)
Burke
King Street Overhead Bridge 1938, 1939 2005-04-06 Kings Mountain
35°14′27″N 81°20′41″W / 35.24083°N 81.34472°W / 35.24083; -81.34472 (King Street Overhead Bridge)
Cleveland Rigid-frame bridge
Pisgah Community Covered Bridge Pisgah Covered Bridge.jpg ca. 1910 1972-01-20 Pisgah Randolph Modified queenpost truss
Scuppernong River Bridge 1926, 1927 1992-03-05 Columbia
35°55′2″N 76°15′19″W / 35.91722°N 76.25528°W / 35.91722; -76.25528 (Scuppernong River Bridge)
Tyrrell Warren ponytruss swing span
Skeen's Mill Covered Bridge 1972-01-20 Flint Hill Randolph Town lattice-truss/queenpost
Southern Railway Company Overhead Bridge 1919 2007-04-19 Kings Mountain
35°14′29″N 81°20′41″W / 35.24139°N 81.34472°W / 35.24139; -81.34472 (Southern Railway Company Overhead Bridge)
Cleveland T-beam

References[edit]

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