Jackson County, West Virginia boasts a rich history, especially when it comes to its iconic covered bridges: The Staats Mill Covered Bridge and the Sarvis Fork Covered Bridge. Both structures serve as a testament to the craft, innovation, and heritage of the area.
West Virginia, like many states in the U.S., has a rich history that is reflected in its infrastructure.
The Greenup Locks and Dam, located in Lloyd, Kentucky, was built during an industrial boom along the Ohio River.
Akron, Ohio’s Innerbelt is a partly abandoned and demolished freeway that was built between 1970 and 1987.
Work has started to replace the North Expressway Viaduct that carries OH Route 8 and 59 over the Little Cuyahoga River and Elizabeth Park valley in Akron, Ohio.
Nestled amidst the rugged terrains of West Virginia is Corridor L, a marvel of engineering and a testament to the determination of a state to connect its people and spur economic and tourism growth.
With just 11 structures remaining erect in Kentucky, the state’s covered bridges served a purpose beyond mere connectivity.
There was lots of drama surrounding the 8th Street Viaduct in Cincinnati, Ohio.
This is a brief history of the massive Cincinnati Southern Bridge that carries Norfolk Southern Railway (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway) over the Ohio River between Cincinnati, Ohio, and Ludlow, Kentucky.
There is never a bad day to photograph the historic John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge.