John Greenleaf Whittier Bridge
Interstate 95 over the Merrimack River.
Opened in 1954, the Whittier Bridge once carried the relocated U.S. Route 1 and now carries six lanes of Interstate 95.
Veterans Memorial Bridge
State Route 1A over the Danvers River between Beverly and Salem, Massachusetts.
It is a 7 span multiple stringer, welded steel plate girder bridge with an overall length of 1,710 feet. Opened in 1997, it is the most recent long span structure in Massachusetts.
Charles M. Braga, Jr. Memorial Bridge
I-195 over the Taunton River between Fall River and Somerset, Massachusetts.
Originally built in 1965 and rehabilitated in 1989, the bridge consists of a three span continuous steel single intersection Warren through truss and 24 deck girder approach spans for a total bridge length of 5,780 feet. With a main span of 840 feet, the Braga Bridge has the longest single span of any bridge in the Massachusetts bridge inventory.
State Route 1A (South Main Street) over the Ipswich River in Ipswich, Massachusetts.
Owner: Town of Ipswich.
Constructed in 1764, it is the oldest documented bridge in Massachusetts and the second oldest documented bridge in the United States. Located in the heart of downtown Ipswich, it is listed in the National Register both individually, since 1972, and as part of the South Green Historic District, since 1980, and was certified as a Massachusetts Historic Landmark by the Massachusetts Historical Commission in 1966.
French King Bridge
State Route 2 over the Connecticut River between Erving and Gill, Massachusetts.
It was originally built in 1932 and rehabilitated in 1992, with both designs prepared by the In-House Bridge Design Unit of the MassHighway Bridge Section. The original design won the American Institute of Steel Construction 1932 First Place, Class B, Most Beautiful Steel Bridge Award. The 1992 rehabilitation won a 1993 Massachusetts Historical Commission Preservation Award.