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.
Akron, Ohio’s Innerbelt is a partly abandoned and demolished freeway that was built between 1970 and 1987.
Seventeen historic covered bridges span West Virginia’s rivers and streams, and most are still in use by motorists or are open to pedestrians. In this article, we explore five that are in or near the scenic Greenbrier River valley.
The Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad Bridge over the Ohio River between Covington, Kentucky, and Cincinnati, Ohio has an interesting history.
Numerous bridges (and a tunnel) carry highway and railway traffic across the Cumberland River and Lake Cumberland in Burnside, Kentucky.
Taking advantage of fresh powder in March, I visited four covered bridges in northeast Kentucky and southeast Ohio.
I have been long fascinated with a collection of four lift bridges in close proximity to each other along the Hackensack River in New Jersey. The juxtaposition of the new and old, of glossy black paint and rust, and of streamlined design and complexity provide fodder for captivating photography—especially as one of the crossings is nearing the end of its serviceable life.
The Chesapeake & Delaware Canal is a 14-mile sea-level ship canal that connects the Chesapeake Bay with the Delaware River in Maryland and Delaware, which includes six major automobile and railroad crossings.