Oxspring Bridge over the river Don at Bower Hill is a grade II listed road bridge. Probably built in the eighteenth century and is of dressed stone construction. Single span segmental-arched bridge. Band forms base to coped parapet. To the right is a triangular abutment and to right of this is a small subsidiary arch probably of later date. The main bridge has splayed ends. Tarmac causeway.
The iconic Willow bridge is a grade II listed foot bridge, it crosses the river Don at the bottom of Willow lane as part of what was an old Pack Horse route which ran from Bradfield via the Ewden valley to Bolsterstone then on to Stocksbridge, up Underbank Lane to Dyson Cote and then on to Wakefield via this bridge. This route was never upgraded into a Turnpike road which may account for the fact that many of the bridges features still remain intact. It was believed to have been constructed around the year 1734.
The Oxspring Viaduct at the western end of Oxspring village, carries the Barnsley, Penistone, Huddersfield railway line over the River Don and was built in 1849.
Boulder bridge is a grade II listed footbridge over the River Don. Probably of eighteenth century construction in the form of a single span depressed segmental arch with splayed ends and stone parapets, flat copings and a Flat flagged causeway. It is situated just to the west of the Oxspring Parish boundary in Springvale.