Mason's Bridge is a truss railroad bridge featured in Red Dead Redemption and Red Dead Redemption 2 in the Hennigan's Stead region of the New Austin territory.


Red Dead Redemption 2

In 1907, the bridge seems to be a pedestrian bridge, as it connects to a road, and there is wood where the rails would be. The railway connection is just beginning, as the rail now connects to the bridge to the south in New Austin, but the bridge is currently being retrofitted to accommodate the railroad. It is unlabeled on the in-game map in this game, along with the nearby Montana Ford.

Red Dead Redemption

In 1911, It is a railroad bridge that borders West Elizabeth and New Austin, from Hennigan's Stead, north of Stillwater Creek to Tall Trees, just south of the Pacific Union Railroad Camp.

Until the player completes the Abraham Reyes mission "An Appointed Time" gaining access to West Elizabeth, Mason's Bridge will be in a state of construction and therefore uncrossable.


  • Landon Ricketts mentions that he helped build the bridge when the player is standing near him.
  • Mason's Bridge and Dixon Crossing are probably a reference to the "Mason-Dixon Line", which marks the border between the Northern and Southern states in the U.S.
  • When walking across Mason's Bridge, Marston will occasionally state "Something isn't right here?". This has also been known to occur while exploring other locations, such as Rancho Polvo, Scratching Post, or Aurora Basin.
  • Mason's Bridge will occasionally not appear on the map even after all the maps of West Elizabeth have been purchased.



The discovery of locations in Red Dead Redemption count towards the following Trophies/Achievements:

10 gamerscoreGamerscore
Bronze bronzeBronze
Uncover every location on the map in Single Player.

100 gamerscoreGamerscore
Gold goldGold
Attain 100% List in the singleplayer game completion list.


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