• Built in 1885 by the Cleveland Bridge and Iron Company of Cleveland, Ohio, the Orient Bridge is 225 feet long and spans Big Darby Creek near the town of Orient, Ohio.

    The bridge is a very or…[View More]

  • Most likely built in the early 1900s this single span railroad bridge is about 150 feet long and spans the Licking River between Wilder & Latonia, Kentucky.

    Now owned by CSX rail line th…[View More]

  • Built in 1883 by the Massillon Bridge Company of Massillon, Ohio, the Denniston bridge is 243 feet long and spans the Eel River just southwest of Mexico, Indiana. This is a pinned Pratt through tru…[View More]

  • The Red Arrow Highway Bridge has an interesting history, although I was unable to find out the entire story on the bridge. To begin with I’m not sure when the bridge was built but information ind…[View More]

  • Built in 1931 the CSX Mehring Way Overpass is one of the more iconic structures on the west side of Cincinnati. The entire overpass is almost 7500 feet long and is used daily as it is a live rail l…[View More]

  • In 1885 the Johnson County Commissioners voted to have either a wooden or iron bridge built over Nineveh Creek for the Elliott & Pritchard families who were located on the north side of the cre…[View More]

  • Built in 1853 and 1912 the Grant’s Bend Railroad Tunnels are still in use after 167 years of service. The tunnel built in 1853 is the oldest major piece of transit infrastructure in the Great…[View More]

  • Built in the 1930s the Maiden Lane Phantom Bridge was bypassed in 1962 when the new “Timber Stringer” bridge was built just 50 feet away. This Pony Steel Truss Bridge is in excellent co…[View More]

  • Built in 1882 the McClure Road Phantom Bridge was closed in the 1980s and most likely will never be reopened. It’s located about 200 yards back in the woods, not visable from any public roadw…[View More]

  • Founded in 1758, Perryville, Kentucky was originally known as Harbeson’s Station. In 1862 Perryville became the site of the most destructive Civil War battle in the state which left more than…[View More]