|1890 Grand Avenue (Jefferson Avenue)|
|St. Louis, Missouri, USA (Mill Creek Valley)|
|Use:||Vehicular (with walkway)|
|Side spans:||2 x 150f|
- Braced chain (stiffened-eyebar) design often espoused by Gustav Lindenthal. ONF (an article by Lindenthal) refers to this as the Jefferson Ave. bridge while Fowler's book (IEA) calls it "Grand Avenue". AAJ describes it as "a three-hinged inverted arch with two stiffened chains, one on each side."
|English Center Borough, Pennsylvania, USA (Little Pine Creek)|
|Principals:||Dean & Westbrook|
|Status:||In use (last checked, 2004)|
|Main cables:||Eyebar (steel)|
- This bridge is an eyebar suspension and truss hybrid similar to the Florianopolis, Silver, and Saint Marys bridges.
- Companion to 1891 Upper - English Center Borough, Pennsylvania, USA.
- See 1926 Hercilio Luz (Florianopolis) - Florianopolis, Santa Catarina, Brazil.
- See 1928 Point Pleasant (Silver) - Point Pleasant, West Virginia and Kanauga, Gallipolis vicinity, Ohio, USA.
- See 1928 Saint Marys (Hi Carpenter, Short Route) - Saint Marys, West Virginia and Newport, Ohio, USA.
|1947 Lumberville-Raven Rock (Bulls Island)|
|Lumberville, Pennsylvania and Bulls Island State Park, New Jersey, USA (Delaware River)|
|Principals:||John A. Roebling's Sons Co.|
|Status:||In use (last checked, 2007)|
|Main cables:||Wire (steel)|
- SSB has an old picture of the bridge from a "Roebling publication". The original caption inside the picture says: "Practical application of Roebling Bridge research is the Lumberville footbridge which spans the Delaware River about twenty miles above Trenton. Pictured below, it utilizes four slabs of Roebling prestressed concrete and the Roebling-developed cable stiffening principle for the first time in the Western Hemisphere." and the authors of SSB go on to describe it asa "two-hinged braced cable suspension footbridge."