• 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]

  • Built in 1837 as part of the Miami & Erie Canal this twin arch stone culvert is about 96 feet long. It carried water from the Howell Ditch under the Miami & Erie Canal into the Great Miami …[View More]

  • Built in 1838 this double barreled covered bridge was the first of 3 bridges to span the Kentucky River at this location. It was in use until 1926 when a truck crossing the bridge feel through a ro…[View More]

  • Established in 1865, Mecklenburg Gardens is Cincinnati’s oldest restaurant. Located near the University of Cincinnati this restaurant is the cornerstone of the German community and even boast…[View More]

  • Originally built as the Peace Lutheran Church in 1895, this building was in use until 1965 when the congregation built a larger church in the area. Today it has been transformed into an event cente…[View More]

  • The Camp Nelson Phantom Bridge near Vineyard, Kentucky was built in 1927 after a nearby covered bridge was damaged and rendered unusable when a truck fell through the floorboards. No longer used fo…[View More]

  • The Danville Tunnel was built in 1971 in Jessamine County, Kentucky after the realignment of U.S. 27 across the Kentucky River.