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The Steinman list first appeared as an appendix in the second edition (1929) of David B. Steinman's A Practical Treatise On Suspension Bridges. The following pieces of information were provided for each bridge: the year of completion, a brief bridge name and location, span in feet, type (cable or chain), life (number of years bridge survived), and age (as of 1929, in years, for bridges still standing).

At this point, I've matched up most of the bridges as best I can given the limited information in Steinman's list. Two large gaps of information are evident. First is the lack of early 19th-century eastern European suspension bridges in my inventory. Steinman lists several bridges in Germany, modern-day Austria, and Bohemia (in modern-day Czech Republic) that are not currently in my inventory. Second, Steinman lists several Central and South American bridges with limited location information. Some of these I have been able to match based on year and span, but most remain unmatched.

In the left "Steinman" column, names and locations are exactly as they appear in Steinman's list (though, I have temporarily omitted accent characters on many of the French and other names).

SteinmanBridgemeister
1741 River Tees - England 1741 Winch (Wynch) - Middleton-in-Teesdale, England, United Kingdom
1785 Lahn - Weilburg, Gernmany 1784 Chain - Weilburg, Germany
1796 Uniontown - Pennsylvania 1801 (chain bridge) - Iron Bridge, Pennsylvania, USA
1803 Wynch - Tees R., England 1741 Winch (Wynch) - Middleton-in-Teesdale, England, United Kingdom
Steinman's 1803 entry likely refers to the reconstruction that occurred after the 1802 failure of the 1741 bridge.
1807 Potomac R. - Washington, D.C. 1807 Chain - Georgetown, District of Columbia and Virginia, USA
1809 Schuylkill Falls - Philadelphia 1809 Schuylkill Falls - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
1809 Newburyport - Massachusetts 1810 Chain (Essex-Merrimack) - Newburyport, Massachusetts, USA
1811 Northampton - Pennsylvania 1814 Hamilton Street - Allentown, Pennsylvania, USA
1815 Allentown - Pennsylvania 1814 Hamilton Street - Allentown, Pennsylvania, USA
1816 Schuylkill Falls - Philadelphia 1816 Spider - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
1816 Galashiel - England 1816 Galashiels - Galashiels, Scotland, United Kingdom
1817 King's Meadow - Tees R., England This bridge has been, thus far, excluded from the inventory because it was a cable-stayed bridge.
1818 Dryburg Abbey - Tweed, England 1818 Dryburgh Abbey - Dryburgh and St. Boswells, Scotland, United Kingdom
1819 Tweed - Berwick, England 1820 Union - Horncliffe, Berwick-upon-Tweed vicinity, England and Fishwick, Scotland, United Kingdom
1823 Fosse - Geneva, Switzerland 1823 Saint Antoine - Geneva, Switzerland
Likely referring to same bridge.
1823 Bourbon Is. - France 1823 (suspension bridge) - Réunion
Unclear which of the two 1823 Bourbon Island suspension bridges Steinman was referring to. He lists a span of 132 feet. One of the bridges had one span of 131.75 feet. The other had two spans of 131.75 feet.
1824 Fontanka - St. Petersburg Unclear which of the 1820's suspension bridges located in St. Petersburg, Russia is being referred to here. The "Egyptian" bridge (listed by Steinman as completed in 1826) is the only one I know of crossing the Fontanka. Steinman lists this 1824 Fontanka River bridge as a chain bridge with span of 120 feet and life span of 82 years (1906). The Egyptian bridge collapsed in 1905, but Steinman's 1826 Egyptian entry indicates it was a chain bridge with a span of 180 feet and with an accurate life span of 79 years (1905).
1824 Strassnitz - Germany  
1824 Footbridge - Nurnberg, Germany 1824 Kettensteg (Chain) - Nuremburg, Bavaria, Germany
1824 Nienburg - Germany  
1824 Tain-Tournon - Rhone, France 1825 Tain-Tournon - Tournon-sur-Rhône and Tain, France
1825 Irwell - Manchester 1826 Broughton (Gerald Road) - Lancashire, England, United Kingdom
1825 Sophia - Vienna  
1826 Menai - Bangor, Wales 1826 Menai Strait - Menai Bridge and Bangor vicinity, Wales, United Kingdom
1826 Conway - North Wales 1826 Conwy (Conway) - Conwy, Wales, United Kingdom
1826 Egyptian - St. Petersburg 1826 Egyptian - St. Petersburg, Russia
1826 Invalides - Seine, Paris 1826 Invalides - Paris, France
1827 Newburyport - Massachusetts 1827 (chain bridge) - Newburyport, Massachusetts, USA
1827 Hammersmith - London 1827 Hammersmith - London, England, United Kingdom
1827 Eger - Saaz, Bohemia  
1827 Arcole - Seine, Paris 1828 Arcole (de la Grève) - Paris, France
1828 Beaucaire - Rhone, France 1829 Beaucaire - Beaucaire and Tarascon, France
1828 Dordogne - Argentat, France 1829 Argentat - Argentat, France
1828 Karl - Vienna  
1828 Rudolfs - Vienna  
1828 Saone - Lyon, France 1827 L'île Barbe - Lyon vicinity, France
1828 Rhone - Valence, France 1830 Valence aux Granges - Valence, Drôme, France
1829 Regnitz - Bamberg, Germany 1829 Bamberg - Bamberg, Germany
1829 Montrose - Scotland 1829 Montrose - Montrose, Scotland, United Kingdom
1829 Invalides - Seine, Paris 1829 Invalides (l'Allee-d'Antin) - Paris, France
1829 Serriers - Rhone, France 1828 Sablons - Sablons and Serrières, France
1830 River Tees - England 1830 Stockton Railway - Stockton on Tees, England, United Kingdom
1830 Schikaneder - Vienna  
1831 Garonne - Langon, France 1831 Langon - Langon, Aquitaine, France
1832 Bercy - Seine, Paris 1832 Bercy - Paris, France
1832 Bry-sur-Marne - France 1831 Bry-sur-Marne - Bry-sur-Marne, France
1833 Louis Philip - Seine, Paris 1834 Louis-Philippe (de la Reforme) - Paris, France
1834 Freiburg (Saane) - Switzerland 1834 Zaehringen - Fribourg, Switzerland
1835 Garonne - Areole, France 1835 La Réole - La Réole, France
I suspect Steinman's "Areole" is referring to "La Réole."
1836 Ellbogen - Eger, Bohemia  
1836 Roche Bernard - Vilaine, France 1839 Roche-Bernard - La Roche-Bernard, Morbihan, France
1837 Lions' Bridge - Berlin 1838 Löwenbrücke (Lion's Bridge) - Berlin, Germany
1837 Damiette - Seine, Paris 1837 Damiette - Paris, France
1837 Constantine - Seine, Paris 1837 Constantine - Paris, France
1838 Maine - Angers, France 1839 Basse-Chaîne (Angers) - Angers, France
1839 Caille - Annecy, France 1839 Caille (Charles-Albert) - Allonzier-La-Caille vicinity, France
1839 Weser - Hamlin, Germany 1839 Hameln - Hameln, Niedersachsen, Germany
1839 Dordogne - Cubzac, France 1839 Saint André-de-Cubzac (Cubzac) - Saint André-de-Cubzac, France
1840 Railway Bridge - Saone R., France  
1840 Gotteron - Freiburg, Switzerland 1840 Gotteron - Fribourg, Switzerland
1840 Jaromer - Elbe R., Bohemia  
1840 Lezardrieux - Trieux, France 1840 Lézardrieux - Lézardrieux, France
1841 Charente - Rochefort, France 1842 Tonnay-Charente - Tonnay-Charente, France
1842 Moldau - Prague  
1842 Schuylkill R. - Philadelphia 1842 Fairmount (Callowhill St.) - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
1842 City Bridge - Seine, Paris  
1842 Douro - Oporto, Portugal 1842 Pênsil Maria II - Porto, Portugal
1843 Maas - Seraing, Belgium  
1844 Podebrady - Elbe R., Bohemia  
1844 Mulheim - Rugr, Germany 1844 Mülheimer - Mülheim an der Ruhr, North-Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
1845 Lancz - Budapest  
1845 Hungerford - London 1845 Hungerford - London, England, United Kingdom
1845 Karl Franz - Graz, Austria  
1845 Neckar - Mannheim, Germany 1845 Ketten (Chain) - Mannheim, Germany
1845 St. Pierre - Toulous, France 1844 Saint-Michel - Toulouse, France
Steinman's St. Pierre entry for Toulouse is likely referring to the Saint-Michel bridge. I believe the Saint-Pierre bridge was completed later.
1845 Aqueduct - Allegheny R., Pittsburgh 1845 Pittsburgh Aqueduct - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
1846 Strakonice - Elbe R., Bohemia  
1846 Garonne - Verdun, France 1841 Verdun-sur-Garonne - Verdun-sur-Garonne, France
1847 Footbridge - Niagara R. 1848 Niagara Suspension - Niagara Falls, New York, USA and Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada
1847 St. Christophe - Lorient, France 1847 St. Christophe (Kérentrech) - Lorient, France
1847 Smithfield St. - Pittsburgh 1846 Monongahela (Smithfield Street) - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
1848 Guyandot - West Virginia 1852 Guyandotte - Guyandotte and Huntington, West Virginia, USA
1848 Wheeling - West Virginia 1849 Wheeling (Wheeling and Belmont) - Wheeling, West Virginia, USA
1848 Franz - Vienna  
1849 Napoleon - Lyon, France 1849 Galliéni (Napoleon) - Lyon, France
1849 Midi - Lyon, France 1849 Kitchener-Marchand (Napoleon, Kitchener, Midi) - Lyon, France
1850 Ostrawitza - Ostrau, Bohemia  
1850 Fairmont - West Virginia 1852 Fairmont and Palatine - Fairmont, West Virginia, USA
1850 Niagara - Lewiston, N.Y. 1851 Lewiston-Queenston - Lewiston, New York, USA and Queenston, Ontario, Canada
1852 Elk River - Charleston, W. Va. 1852 Charleston (Lovell Street) - Charleston, West Virginia, USA
1852 St. John - New Brunswick 1852 St. John - St. John, New Brunswick, Canada
1853 Fonda - Tribes Hill, N.Y. 1853 Fort Hunter (Fonda) - Tribes Hill, New York, USA
1853 Welikaja - Ostrow, Poland  
1854 Aare - Switzerland  
1854 Railway Bridge - Niagara R. 1855 Niagara Suspension - Niagara Falls, New York, USA and Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada
1855 Morgantown - West Virginia 1854 Morgantown - Morgantown, West Virginia, USA
1855 Tetschen - Elbe R., Bohemia  
1855 Minneapolis - Mississippi R. 1855 Minneapolis (St. Anthony's Falls) - Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
1857 Victoria - Chelsea, London 1858 Chelsea (Victoria) - London, England, United Kingdom
1857 Allegheny R. - Pittsburgh 1860 Allegheny River (Sixth Street) - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
1857 Aare - Berne, Switzerland  
1860 Railway Bridge - Vienna  
1860 Port Gibson - Mississippi 1860 Port Gibson - Grindstone Ford, Port Gibson vicinity, Mississippi, USA
1862 Auburn-Coloma - California 1860 Auburn-Coloma - Auburn and Coloma, California, USA
1863 Lambeth - London 1862 Lambeth - London, England, United Kingdom
1864 Clifton - Bristol, England 1864 Clifton - Bristol, England, United Kingdom
1864 Aspern - Vienna  
1864 Weser - Porta, Germany 1864 (suspension bridge) - Porta Westfalica, Germany
1867 Ohio R. - Cincinnati, Ohio 1867 John A. Roebling (Cincinnati, Cincinnati and Covington) - Cincinnati, Ohio and Covington, Kentucky, USA
1868 Franz Joseph - Moldau, Prague  
1869 Footbridge - Moldau, Prague  
1869 Frankfort - Germany  
1869 Passau - Germany  
1869 Clifton - Niagara Falls 1869 Clifton (Niagara-Clifton, Falls View, First Falls View) - Niagara Falls, New York, USA and Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada
1870 Waco - Texas 1869 Waco - Waco, Texas, USA
1870 Singapore - Straits Settlements This entry likely refers to the bridge known today as "Cavenagh Bridge" in Singapore. This bridge, along with others designed by Rowland M. Ordish, have been thus far excluded from the inventory.
1870 Connecticut R. - Turners Falls, Mass. 1872 Lower (White) - Turners Falls, Massachusetts, USA
1870 Equinunk - Lordville, N.Y. 1869 Lordville - Lordville, New York and Equinunk, Pennsylvania, USA
1871 Warren - Pennsylvania 1871 Warren (Hickory Street) - Warren, Pennsylvania, USA
1872 Gotha - Germany  
1873 Albert - London The Ordish bridges have been excluded from the inventory, thus far. Click here to view images of this bridge.
1875 Aare - Brugg, Switzerland (footbridge) - Brugg, Switzerland
Unsure if Steinman was referring to the same bridge matched here.
1877 Oil City, Pa. - Allegheny R. 1876 Petroleum Street (Oil City) - Oil City, Pennsylvania, USA
1877 Point - Pittsburgh 1876 Point - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
1877 Minneapolis - Mississippi R. 1877 Minneapolis - Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
1877 Inverness - Scotland Probably refers to the Infirmary Bridge or Greig Street Bridge.
1879 St. Ilpize - France 1879 Saint-Ilpize - Saint-Ilpize, France
1883 Brooklyn - New York 1883 Brooklyn (Great East River) - New York and Brooklyn, New York, USA
1884 Lamothe - Brioude, France 1884 Lamothe - Lamothe and Brioude, France
1884 Elk River - Charleston, W. Va. 1884 (suspension bridge) - Charleston, West Virginia, USA
1884 Seventh St. - Pittsburgh 1884 North Side (Seventh Street) - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
1884 Windsor Locks - Connecticut R. 1886 (suspension bridge) - Windsor Locks and Warehouse Point, Connecticut, USA
1888 Avignon - France 1846 Avignon - Avignon and Villeneuve, France
Steinman's 1888 date likely refers to the major restoration that occurred from 1886-1889 by Ferdinand Arnodin.
1888 Saone R. - Lyon, France Unclear which of Lyon's suspension bridges Steinman was referring to here. This may represent the Kitchener-Marchand refurbishment that occurred in 1888. Steinman gives a span lengh of 261 feet which was the approximate length of the Kitchener-Marchand bridge.
1888 Canyon - Ecuador  
1889 Richmond - Indiana  
1889 Hammersmith - London 1887 Hammersmith - London, England, United Kingdom
1889 Tiber - Rome 1889 (suspension bridge) - Rome, Italy
1889 Valley Junction - Whitewater R. 1868 Calloway's Ford (Whitewater, Harrison's) - Elizabethtown vicinity, Hamilton County, Ohio, USA
1890 Grand Ave. - St. Louis 1890 Grand Avenue (Jefferson Avenue) - St. Louis, Missouri, USA
1890 Kellams - Hawkins, N.Y. 1890 Kellams (Little Equinunk) - Kellams, New York and Stalker, Pennsylvania, USA
1891 Voulte - Ardeche, France 1891 Livron - Livron-sur-Drôme and La Voulte-sur-Rhône, France
Steinman's 1891 "Voulte" entry may refer to the larger, better-known 1889 bridge at La Voulte-sur-Rhône. The two bridges are less than a mile apart.
1891 North Sydney - Australia 1892 Cammeray (North Sydney, Northbridge) - Willoughby, Australia
1893 Loschwitz - Germany  
1893 Est River - Reunion Is. 1889 Rivière de l'Est (River of the East) - Sainte Rose, Réunion
1894 Cauca R. - Colombia, S.A. 1894 Occidente (Western) - Santa Fé de Antioquia, Colombia
1894 Mill Creek Park - Youngstown, Ohio 1895 Mill Creek Park (White, Silver, Old Steel, Cinderella, Fairy Tale) - Youngstown vicinity, Ohio, USA
1895 Tower - London London's Tower Bridge has, thus far, been excluded from the inventory due to its unconventional form.
1896 E. Liverpool, Ohio - Ohio R. 1897 Lincoln Highway (Chester) - East Liverpool, Ohio and Chester, West Virginia, USA
1896 Rochester, Pa. - Ohio R. 1897 Rochester - Rochester and Monaca, Pennsylvania, USA
1898 Langenargen - Germany 1898 Langenargen - Langenargen and Gohren, Germany
1898 Lackawaxen - Minisink, N.Y. 1848 Delaware Aqueduct (Roebling Aqueduct) - Lackawaxen, Pennsylvania and Minisink Ford, New York, USA
Steinman's entry likely refers to work that was performed in 1898 to modify the aqueduct to carry automobile traffic.
1899 Lewiston - Niagara R. 1899 Lewiston-Queenston - Lewiston, New York, USA and Queenston, Ontario, Canada
1899 Muhlentor - Lubeck, Germany  
1900 Miampimi - Mexico 1900 Ojuela (Mapimi, Mampimi, Miampimi) - Mapimí, Torreon vicinity, Durango, Mexico
1900 Easton, Pa - Lehigh R. 1900 Upper - Easton, Pennsylvania, USA
1900 Cannes Ecluse - France Montereau - Cannes Écluse and Montereau-Fault-Yonne, France
Unclear if this is an exact match.
1901 Aramon - France  
1902 Vernaison - France  
1903 Elizabeth - Budapest 1903 Elizabeth (Elisabeth, Erzsébet) - Budapest, Hungary
1903 Caperton - West Virginia 1903 Caperton - Caperton vicinity, West Virginia, USA
1903 Williamsburg - New York 1903 Williamsburg - New York and Brooklyn, New York, USA
1904 Ticonic - Waterville, Me. 1903 Ticonic (Tupenny, Two Cent) - Waterville, Maine, USA
1904 Bonhomme - Blavet R., France 1904 Bonhomme - Kervignac, France
1904 Steubenville, Ohio - Ohio R. 1905 Market Street - Steubenville, Ohio and East Steubenville, West Virginia, USA
1904 (unnamed) - Bolivia  
1904 Tuscumbia - Osage R., Missouri 1905 Tuscumbia - Tuscumbia, Missouri, USA
1904 E. Liverpool, Ohio - Ohio R. 1905 Newell - East Liverpool, Ohio and Newell, West Virginia, USA
1905 Cowlitz R. - Kelso, Wash. 1905 Kelso - Kelso, Washington, USA
1905 Borsig - Berlin  
1906 Villefranche - France  
1908 Jalapa - Mexico  
1909 (unnamed) - Costa Rica, C.A.  
1909 Panama Canal - Empire, C.Z. 1909 Empire - Empire, Panama Canal Zone
1909 Newburyport - Massachusetts 1909 Chain - Newburyport, Massachusetts, USA
1909 Manhattan - New York 1909 Manhattan - New York and Brooklyn, New York, USA
1910 Breslau - Germany 1910 Grunwaldzki (Kaiser, Imperial) - Wroclaw, Poland
1910 Massena - New York 1910 Massena Center - Massena, New York, USA
1911 Inn R. - Brail, Switzerland  
1913 (unnamed) - Guatemala, C.A.  
1913 Brilliant - British Columbia 1913 Brilliant (Doukhobor) - Castlegar vicinity, British Columbia, Canada
1914 98th Meridian - Byers, Texas 1914 98th Meridian - Byers vicinity, Texas, USA
1915 Cologne - Rhine R. 1915 (suspension bridge) - Köln (Cologne), Germany
1915 Muskingum R. - Dresden, Ohio 1914 Dresden - Dresden, Ohio, USA
1915 Wenatchee R. - Chiwaukum, Wash. 1915 (footbridge) - Chiwaukum vicinity, Washington, USA
1916 Parkersburg - West Virginia 1916 Belpre-Parkersburg - Parkersburg, West Virginia and Belpre, Ohio, USA
1916 (unnamed) - Colombia, S.A.  
1916 (unnamed) - Colombia, S.A.  
1917 Terrall - Ringold, Texas 1917 Terral-Ringgold - Ringgold, Texas and Terral, Oklahoma, USA
1917 Rio Chiriqui - Panama 1917 Rio Chiriquí - Panama
1918 (unnamed) - Chile  
1919 Beebee, Wash. - Columbia River 1919 Beebe - Beebe and Chelan, Washington, USA
1919 Manawatu R. - New Zealand 1918 Opiki Toll - Rangitane, New Zealand
1919 Cumberland R. - Nashville, Tenn. 1918 Swinging - Old Hickory, Nashville vicinity and Hermitage, Tennessee, USA
1919 Hansen - Twin Falls, Idaho 1919 Hansen - Twin Falls vicinity, Idaho, USA
1920 (unnamed) - Jamaica, W.I.  
1920 (unnamed) - Colombia, S.A.  
1921 (unnamed) - Peru  
1921 (unnamed) - Venezuela  
1921 Bridgeport - Oklahoma 1921 (suspension bridge) - Bridgeport and Geary, Oklahoma, USA
1922 Rondout - Kingston, N.Y. 1921 Kingston-Port Ewen (Wurts Street, Rondout Creek) - Kingston, New York, USA
1922 Alum Creek - Columbus, Ohio 1922 (footbridge) - Bexley, Ohio, USA
1922 Ada-Kanawa - Oklahoma 1923 McKeown (Ada-Konawa) - Tyrola, Ada vicinity and Konawa, Oklahoma, USA
1923 (unnamed) - Colombia, S.A.  
1923 Hamm-Lipp Canal - Westphalia  
1924 Lezardrieux - Trieux, France This was a cable-stayed suspension bridge, thus excluded from the inventory.
1924 Bear Mountain - Hudson River 1924 Bear Mountain - Anthony's Nose and Bear Mountain, New York, USA
1924 (unnamed) - Ecuador  
1924 Nocona - Red River, Texas 1924 (suspension bridge) - Nocona vicinity, Texas and Jefferson County, Oklahoma, USA
1924 (unnamed) - Panama  
1925 Railway & Highway - Costa Rica, C.A. 1925 Pandora (Southeast Passage) - Costa Rica
1925 Railway & Highway - Costa Rica, C.A. 1926 Oriente - Costa Rica
1925 Luzancy - Marne, France  
1926 Florianopolis - Brazil 1926 Hercilio Luz (Florianopolis) - Florianopolis, Santa Catarina, Brazil
1926 Philadelphia - Delaware R. 1926 Benjamin Franklin (Philadelphia-Camden) - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Camden, New Jersey, USA
1926 Seventh St. - Pittsburgh 1926 Andy Warhol (Seventh Street) - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
1926 (unnamed) - Colombia, S.A.  
1926 (unnamed) - Colombia, S.A.  
1927 (unnamed) - Venezuela  
1927 Bryan-Fannin - Bonham, Texas 1927 Bryan-Fannin (Telephone, Snow's Ferry, Bryant-Fannin) - Bonham vicinity, Fannin County, Texas and Bryan County, Oklahoma, USA
1927 Airline - St. Jo, Texas 1927 Saint Jo (Airline) - Saint Jo vicinity, Texas, USA
1927 Georgia-Florida - Donaldsonville, Ga. 1927 (suspension bridge) - Neals Landing, Donalsonville vicinity, Georgia and Jackson County, Florida, USA
1927 (unnamed) - Colombia, S.A.  
1927 Vaux-sous-Laon - Aisne, France  
1927 Mediacanoa - Colombia, S.A. 1927 Mediacanoa - Buga, Colombia
1927 Portsmouth, Ohio - Ohio R. 1927 General U.S. Grant - Portsmouth, Ohio and Fullerton, Kentucky, USA
1927 Humboldthafen - Berlin  
1927 Ninth St. - Pittsburgh 1927 Rachel Carson (Ninth Street) - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
1927 Montjean - Loire, France 1927 Montjean-sur-Loire - Montjean-sur-Loire, France
1927 Girard-Arnodin - Alfortville, Paris 1927 Port à l'Anglais - Alfortville and Vitry-sur-Seine, France
1928 Point Pleasant, Ohio - Ohio R. 1928 Point Pleasant (Silver) - Point Pleasant, West Virginia and Kanauga, Gallipolis vicinity, Ohio, USA
1928 Steubenville, Ohio - Ohio R. 1928 Fort Steuben - Steubenville, Ohio and Weirton, West Virginia, USA
1928 Sowells Bluff - Durant, Oklahoma 1928 Durant-Bonham (Sowell's Bluff) - Bonham vicinity, Fannin County, Texas and Yuba/Durant vicinity, Oklahoma, USA
1928 Sumida River - Tokyo, Japan 1928 Kiyosu - Tokyo, Japan
1928 (unnamed) - Panama  
1928 Roma - Rio Grande, Texas 1928 Roma-Miguel Alemán International (Roma-San Pedro International) - Roma, Texas, USA and Ciudad Miguel Alemán, Mexico
1928 Hidalgo - Rio Grande, Texas 1926 Hidalgo-Reynosa International - Hidalgo, Texas, USA and Reynosa, Mexico
1928 Zapata - Rio Grande, Texas 1928 Zapata - Zapata, Texas, USA and Ciudad Guerrero, Mexico
1928 Mercedes - Rio Grande, Texas 1928 (suspension bridge) - Rio Rico, Mexico and Mercedes, Texas, USA
1928 Des Arc - White River, Arkansas 1928 Des Arc (Swinging) - Des Arc, Arkansas, USA
1928 Anacaro - Colombia, S.A.  
1928 Sixth St. - Pittsburgh 1928 Roberto Clemente (Sixth Street) - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
1929 St. Marys, Ohio - Ohio R. 1928 Saint Marys (Hi Carpenter, Short Route) - Saint Marys, West Virginia and Newport, Ohio, USA
1929 Bernardo Arango - Colombia, S.A. 1928 Bernardo Arango - La Virginia vicinity and Cerritos vicinity, Colombia
1929 Mount Hope - Rhode Island 1929 Mount Hope - Bristol and Portsmouth, Rhode Island, USA
1929 Detroit - U.S. and Canada 1929 Ambassador - Detroit, Michigan, USA and Windsor, Ontario, Canada
1929 Grand' Mere - Quebec 1929 Grand Mère - Grand-Mère, Quebec, Canada
1930 Mid-Hudson - Poughkeepsie, N.Y. 1930 Mid-Hudson - Poughkeepsie and Highland, New York, USA
1932 Hudson River - New York 1931 George Washington (GWB) - New York, New York and Fort Lee, New Jersey, USA

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