• Built in the early 1900s, the Washboard Road Phantom Bridge was originally part of Kentucky Route 177. Bypassed when the route was realigned, this bridge hasn’t been used in probably 20 years…[View More]

  • Built in 1885 by the King Bridge Company of Cleveland, Ohio has recently been restored and is located in the Atterbury Fish & Wildlife area near Edinburgh, Indiana.

  • Built in 1897 for the Big 4 Railroad, this bridge has had numerous updates over the years including the addition of a “Swing Bridge” in the center of the structure to allow tall ships t…[View More]

  • Built between 1929 and 1933 at a cost of 41 million dollars, Union Terminal is the most iconic building in the state of Ohio. Once a bustling hub for train traffic during WWII the building now see&…[View More]

  • Spanning the Licking River near Latonia, Kentucky is the remains of a steel truss bridge that once carried water from Covington to Wilder. In this video we’ll go over a little history on the …[View More]

  • Dating back to the early 1800s this spring was a water source for the early pioneers in Johnson County, Indiana. The Spring House was built in the 1930s and is only feet away from Route 144. A grea…[View More]

  • Built around 1899 the Falknor Road Steel Truss Phantom Bridge is one of only about 60 Pratt style bridges built before 1900 that still stand in the state of Ohio. Now closed to traffic this bridge …[View More]

  • Built in 1963 the Brent Spence Bridge is now considered to be “functionally obsolete” as it carries almost twice the amount of traffic that it was originally designed for in the 1960s. …[View More]

  • Built in 1935 and originally located near Morgantown, Indiana, this riveted, Warren, steel Pony Truss bridge was replaced in 2010. It was then transported to Franklin, Indiana where it was restored…[View More]

  • Built around 1899 the Falknor Road Stone Arch Phantom Bridge was closed in 1970 when a new bridge was built downstream. Still standing 50 years later in 2020 this span will probably be standing for…[View More]