Hebron Bridge is a two-span through truss bridge over the North Fork of the White River on CR 14-279. The bridge is currently closed for traffic because of serious substructure condition rating and is considered structurally deficient.
Average daily traffic in 2009 was 30 vehicles, which included autos and trucks.
The bridge is located in Douglas County (T. 25N., R. 11W., and Sec. 18) in Missouri. It was built in 1914 at a cost of $5,900. Builders of the bridge were J.H. Murray and Company and Kansas City Bridge Company. It was open to one-lane traffic with a six-ton weight limit.
The design of the bridge is a two pin-connected with a six panel Pratt through trusses with a concrete deck. The total length is 192 feet, deck width is 12 feet, and vertical clearance above the deck is 14.6 feet. The bridge is eligible for the National Register of Historic Places.