Historic Bridge Marketing Pages
One way in which historic bridges may be preserved is when a bridge slated for replacement is given to a new owner for relocation and restoration/rehabilitation. Similarly, abandoned bridges may be available for relocation and reuse. This is referred to a historic bridge marketing. Need a bridge for a bike path, nature trail, or golf course? Instead of spending money on a nondescript pre-fabricated truss bridge, consider instead reusing a historic bridge that will be a beautiful historic landmark, while also promoting the values of sustainability. Some states have made the bridges they are currently marketing available on a website. The links to those websites appear below.
Individually Listed Bridges
Bridge Marketing Websites By State
Note that states without an available link do not currently have a historic bridge marketing page. Please contact the DOT directly for inquiries on available bridges. A list of DOT websites is available here.
California – Information and Contacts Only
Colorado – Information and Contacts Only
Michigan (Unofficial List of Potentially Available Abandoned Bridges)
Montana – Information and Contacts Only
Tennessee – Information and Contacts Only
Denton County, Texas
Nationwide Listings of Unconfirmed But Potentially Available Bridges Only
United States Nationwide – Unconfirmed potentially available bridges on BridgeHunter.