The Blackwood Covered Bridge carries Blackwood Road over Pratt Fork Shade River in Athens County, Ohio.
Old US 40
The Blaine Hill “S” Bridge carried US 40 over Wheeling Creek in Blaine, Ohio. It is the state’s oldest sandstone bridge.
The Blaine Hill Viaduct carries US 40 over Wheeling Creek in Blaine, Ohio.
The Brown Covered Bridge is located north-northeast of New Hope, Ohio along New Hope-White Oak Station Road.
The George Miller Covered Bridge carries George Miller Road over West Fork of Eagle Creek in Brown County, Ohio.
The Dayton, Springfield & Urbana Electric Railway Bridge carried the Dayton, Springfield & Urbana Electric Railway (DS&U) over Mud Run north of Fairborn, Ohio. The DS&U was a 40-mile interurban railroad that connected Urbana, Springfield, and Dayton.
The Sidaway Avenue Footbridge is located over Kingsbury Run on Sidaway Avenue in Cleveland, Ohio. Now abandoned, the crossing connected the Jackaow and Garden Valley neighborhoods.
The Brown Road Bridge carries Scioto Township Road 176 over Bokes Creek in Delaware County, Ohio.
The Little Chickamauga Creek Bridge for the Hocking Valley Railroad near Gallipolis, Ohio was built in 1903 by the Mt. Vernon Bridge Company.
OH 2, OH 51, OH 65
The Anthony Wayne Bridge, also referred to as the High Level Bridge, carries Ohio Route 2, 51, and 65 over the Maumee River in Toledo, Ohio. It is the last suspension bridge on the Ohio state highway network after the Fort Steuben Bridge was demolished on February 22, 2012.
The Craig Memorial Bridge carries Ohio Route 65 over the Maumee River in Toledo, Ohio.
The Veterans Glass City Skyway carries Interstate 280 over the Maumee River. The cable-stayed suspension bridge was completed in 2007 and was the Ohio Department of Transportation’s (ODOT) biggest single construction project in history.
The Washington Street Bridge, a Warren through truss with a Scherzer Rolling Lift bascule, crosses Swan Creek along Washington Street in Toledo, Ohio. It connects downtown to the former railroad dock yards on the Middlegrounds.
A series of four overpasses were constructed for the Columbus, Piqua & Indiana Railroad in Covington, Ohio.
The Falknor Road Bridge crosses over Stillwater River near Covington in Miami County, Ohio.
The Foraker Covered Bridge is a covered multiple Kingpost through truss spanning the Little Muskingum River on Plainview Road in Monroe County, Ohio.
The Germantown Covered Bridge is located over Little Twin Creek on Linden Avenue in Germantown, Ohio.
The Barkhurst Mill Covered Bridge is a covered multiple Kingpost through truss over Wolf Creek in Morgan County, Ohio. The 81 feet bridge was constructed in 1872 adjacent to the now-demolished Barkhurst Mill.
The Brubaker Covered Bridge is located over Sam’s Run on Brubaker Road (TR 328) in Preble County, Ohio.
The Christman Covered Bridge carries Easton-New Hope Road over Seven Mile Creek northwest of Eaton, Ohio.
The Consolidated Road Underpass for the Norfolk Southern Railroad is located in Preble County, Ohio south of Eaton.
The Fudge Road Bridge (TR 347) is a pony truss bridge over Aukerman Creek in Preble County, Ohio.
The Geeting Covered Bridge carries Price Road over Prices Creek in Preble County, Ohio.
The Harshman Covered Bridge is located on Concord-Fairhaven Road and crosses Four Mile Creek in Preble County, Ohio.
The Bell Covered Bridge is a covered multiple Kingpost through truss that was constructed in 1888 over Falls Creek in Washington County, Ohio.
The Harra Covered Bridge is a covered Long through truss that was constructed in 1878 over the South Branch Wolf Creek along Camp Hervida Road in Washington County, Ohio.
The Shinn Covered Bridge is a covered Burr arch truss over West Branch Wolf Creek on Palmer Road in Washington County, Ohio.