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Schrader Railroad Bridge

Schrader Railroad Bridge

The Schrader Railroad Bridge, a five-span through truss bridge, carries CSX over the Scioto River near Chillicothe, Ohio.


The Marietta & Cincinnati Railroad constructed a bridge over the Scioto River southeast of Chillicothe circa 1857. Some of the largest storms on record at the time caused the bridge to collapse in March 1913, and Marietta & Cincinnati’s successor, the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, built a new five-span Warren through truss structure in its place.


Information

  • State: Ohio
  • Route: CSX
  • Type: Warren Through Truss
  • Status: Active - Railroad
  • Total Length: 777 feet
  • Main Span Length: 153 feet

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