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View of where the mill and bridge use to be. Note the bridge abutment on the left by the red building.

photo by Tyrone Hemry 13 January 2015

The Mill, dam, and bridge on Salt Creek at Richmond Dale in Ross Co. in 1908

Covered bridge at Frankfort

Chillicothe postcard view of Buckskin Covered Bridge in the 1960s.

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Bridge over Deer Creek, north of Chillicothe on State Route 104 

C H & D railroad men tightening up the turnbuckles as a train runs across the new C H & D (forerunner of the B&O) bridge over the Scioto River east of Chillicothe in 1877. The wooden Kilgore Bridge in the background that burned down in 1878. A steel bridge replaced the wood bridge.

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 Kellenberger Road Bridge  

D T & I RR bridge on left and Route 50 covered bridge over Paint Creek on right

Paint Creek Bridge

The old East Main Street bridge from Paint street to Rt. 772  There seems to be some question on this so does any one have a better idea?

Chillicothe Main Street Bridge Scioto River about 1918 There seems to be some question on this so does any one have a better idea?

Chillicothe Columbus Pike Bridge

Paint Creek Valley about 1909

Chillicothe the old five-span, tied arch covered bridge over the north fork of Paint Creek at Slate Mills west of Chillicothe. It was on the Chillicothe-Milford Pike, today known as US Rt 50.

Stockman Covered Bridge spanned Little Salt Creek in Jefferson Township. It was built in 1882 and stood until an unknown date and was 2½ miles east-southeast of Richmond Dale on Old US 35. at Latitude: N39 11.44, Longitude: W082 46.16 . This bridge was set on wood pilings instead of cut-stone abutments.  information and picture by Mark Howell

Route 50 covered bridge designed by Wernwag over Paint Creek, built in 1840, had a clear span of 195'.  The bridge was remove about 1933 or 1934

Richmondale Ohio on Salt Creek 1906Mary in front with Roy taking her for a ride.

Note supporting pier is made of wood

Old Shotts covered bridge near Bainbridge


Seymour unhoused covered bridge over Paint Creek on US RT 50 early 1930's, torn down in 1934 due to abutment failure

Silver Ford covered Bridge

Higby Covered Bridge.

Ross County, Ohio Old Bridges