The bridge is a 216-ft. reinforced concrete Rainbow Arch bridge designed by James Marsh. It was completed in 1923 on old piers dating from the 1890
The Asylum Bridge which crosses the Marais des Cygnes River at First Street, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places
This graceful stone bridge, listed on the National Historic Register, was built in the early 1900
This one-lane three-span steel truss bridge crosses the Republican River just east of the Pawnee Indian Village Museum. Few of these bridges are left.
It was a meeting place for three different ethnic groups in the settling days of the area.
The historic Pratt Pony Bridge was made in the early 1900
The Samson Bridge was erected in 1939
This bridge built by Grant County, Oklahoma and Sumner County, Kansas is a new monument to those hardy and determined men and women who ran the Cherokee Strip Run in 1893.
* Rainbow Curve Bridge just north of town is the only remaining Marsh Arch bridge on Rt. 66. * The InterUrban Street Car Bridge spans the lazy banks of the Spring River.
Walk out on this venerable 100+
The Muddy Creek Bridge is a reinforced concrete bridge which is listed on the National Register and is believed to have been built between 1900 and 1910
Turn back the clock and drive across this graceful old bridge built in the 1880
Two historic bridges are located in the Lenora vicinity. They are both listed on the National Register of Historic Places.