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

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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.

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 81.11°W / 35.72222; -81.11 (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
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