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  • The Court House was built between 1865–1869 at a cost of $120,000. An annex was added in 1905 at a cost of $44,000.

    When it was built the commissioners wanted a fireproof courthouse. They …[View More]

  • This beautiful stone culvert is said to have been built in 1864 when a rail line was built down here through Bonnell and Guilford, Indiana. Apparently there were several different lines built in th…[View More]

  • Built around 1860 by the Massilon Bridge Company of Massilon, Ohio, this rare bowstring pony truss bridge once carried traffic over Oxford Road. The bridge is about 54 feet long and originally span…[View More]

  • The Henry County Historical Society Museum has many “one of a kind” items in its possession but probably the most interesting, beautiful and mind boggling item in the museum and for tha…[View More]

  • Built in 1900 when Brownsboro Road was just dirt, the Old Brownsboro Road stone arch bridge is about 50 feet long and spans Harrods Creek. The bridge was bypassed in 1967 when the road was realigne…[View More]

  • Built in 1919 by E.O. Kennedy of Lawrenceburg, Indiana, while we couldn’t find any information as to whether E.O. Kennedy was related to Archibald McMichael Kennedy who built the Guilford Cov…[View More]

  • Immaculata Church was built in 1859, just before the American Civil War, for the German congregation in the city’s Mt. Adams neighborhood. Archbishop John Baptist Purcell decided to build the chu…[View More]

  • Built in 1885 by the Champion Bridge Company of Wilmington, Ohio, the 18 mile creek phantom bridge near Westport, Kentucky is about 40 feet long and spans Eighteen Mile Creek. This pratt pony truss…[View More]

  • Traveling west on Bonnell Road right after you pass Fox Road on your right, you’ll pass over a stream called “Fox Run”. As you cross Fox Run, look to your left and you’ll se…[View More]

  • Built in 1911 this is one of only 8 rainbow arch bridges in the state of Ohio. This bridge was designed by Ernest Gast of East Price Hill who was an employee of the Hamilton County Engineers office…[View More]