• Built in the 1880s the Panther Creek Phantom Bridge is one of only 22 Bowstring bridges still standing in the state of Ohio. Check out this video on this rare piece of American history.

  • Built in 1901 this abandoned bridge sits about halfway between Bedford and Sulphur, Kentucky. Bypassed in 1999 this bridge is rapidly deteriorating but sits in a beautiful valley with a cool histor…[View More]

  • Located just a mile east of the town of Nineveh, Indiana is the Atterbury Stone Arch Bridge. This bridge was rebuilt in 1954 and rehabbed in 2014. The bridge is about 40 feet long and spans a tribu…[View More]

  • Dedicated on July 14, 1935, the Woolsey Memorial Airport located just outside of Northport, Michigan is named after Captain Clinton Woolsey who died in a midair crash in 1927 over Argentina. Still …[View More]

  • Built around 1885 the Owens Road Bridge near Pleasant Hill, Ohio in Miami County is thought to have been moved from a previous site to this location around 1913. For being 135 years old the bridge …[View More]

  • Perhaps Kentucky’s craziest bridge is located in Henry County and known as the “Zombie Bridge” because it’s made from parts of another disassembled bridge. What is really sc…[View More]

  • Built in 1923 and bypassed just 34 years later when State Route 1 was realigned, this Phantom Bridge sits abandonded over Indian Creek just south of Lawrenceville, Illinois. The former route that t…[View More]

  • Built in 1849, Bear’s Mill is Ohio’s most visited historic site. Located just outside of Greenville in Darke County, this is a fully functioning mill where you can take tours on all thr…[View More]

  • 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.