The Daniel Carter Beard Bridge, also known as the Big Mac Bridge, is a remarkable structure that captivates the eye with its simple design and bold colors.
The Columbia Parkway Viaduct in Cincinnati, Ohio, is one of those silent workhorses, standing tall for decades and doing its job without complaining.
During a photography excursion with Jeffrey Jakucyk at Rentschler Forest MetroPark in Butler County, Ohio, we discovered two stone arch bridges spanning Kennedy Creek along the Miami & Erie Canal alignment.
There are two significant bridges that span the majestic Ohio River connecting Portsmouth, Ohio, to Greenup County, Kentucky. The first one is the U.S. Grant Bridge, which is a cable-stayed suspension bridge. The second bridge is the Carl D. Perkins Memorial Bridge, which is a traditional cantilevered Warren through truss bridge.
Despite a weather forecast that called for all-day rain, I was on the hunt for several historic bridges in the southwest coalfields of West Virginia.
The Chatteroi Railway’s success relied heavily on a through truss bridge and tunnel located in Walbridge, Kentucky.
I visited two former Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad branch lines in eastern Kentucky that have been transformed into rail trails on a pleasant spring afternoon.
The bleakness of the winter landscape in south-central West Virginia was a constant reminder of the season’s harshness. It was a perfect time to visit some abandoned bridges and churches.
Glenville, West Virginia, the county seat of Gilmer County, is located along the Little Kanawha River. It was originally referred to as “the ford” because it was a place where travelers could cross the river. Today, bridges have mostly replaced the largest fords in the area.
This former Warren through truss over Dunlap Creek in Callaghan, Virginia, seems to have been demolished, with a replacement in the works.