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Cultural Resources Reuseable Bridges

​The list below provides you with information about historic bridges available for reuse. The list in the box to the right displays successfully preserved historic bridges. Click on the County to read more about these bridges.

Click on the + button to see a list of bridges available from that county and then click on the County name to pull up more detailed information:

  
  
  
  
  
expand County : Crawford ‎(2)
expand County : Marion ‎(1)
expand County : Morrow ‎(6)
expand County : Muskingum ‎(2)
expand County : Tuscarawas ‎(1)
expand County : Vinton ‎(1)

Historic Bridges Sorted by Structure Dimensions

If you are most interested in a bridge's dimensions, browse this list:

Structure Type
Structure Dimensions
  
  

​Pony Truss
Design: Parker (Riveted)
Material: Steel Railing Type: Safety Shape Barriers
Source: ODOT Inspection Files

​Overall length: 161 feet
Out to Width: 25.5 feet
Roadway Width: 24 feet

YesPickaway

Pratt through truss with pin connections​

114 feet long
16 feet wide​

NoCrawford

Pratt pony truss bridge with pin connections​

52 feet long
16 feed wide​

NoCrawford

Warren polygonal chord pony truss​

92 feet long
17 feed wide​

YesCrawford

Pratt pinned pony steel truss​

66 feet long
15.9 feed wide​

YesMiami

Pratt pony truss​

60 feet long​

NoVinton

Metal 3 Panel Pin-Connected Pratt Half-Hip Pony Truss, Fixed​

48 feet long
13.8 feet wide
Main spans: 1​

NoMorrow

​Metal 4 Panel Pin-Connected Pratt Half-Hip Pony Truss, Fixed

64 feet long
13.5 feet wide
Main spans: 1​

NoMorrow

Metal 4 Panel Pin-Connected Pratt Half-Hip Pony Truss, Fixed​

51 feet long
13.5 feet wide
Main Spans: 1

NoMorrow

​Metal 4 Panel Pin-Connected Pratt Half-Hip Pony Truss, Fixed

​46 feet long
13.8 feet wide
Main Spans: 1

NoMorrow

Metal 3 Panel Pin-Connected Pratt Half-Hip Pony Truss, Fixed​

​42 feet long
11.8 feet wide
Main Spans: 1

NoMorrow

Metal 3 Panel Pin-Connected Pratt Half-Hip Pony Truss, Fixed

​47 feet long
13.8 feet wide
Main Spans: 1

NoMorrow

Metal 5 Panel Pin-Connected Pratt Full-Slope Pony Truss, Fixed​

63 feet long
12 feet wide
Main Spans: 1​

YesMorrow

Pony Truss​ Camelback Riveted

​100-6ft overall length
17.9-ft roadway width

NoMuskingum

Camelback​ Riveted Thru Truss (two truss spans)

​Each of the two thru truss spans are:

220 ft. long

34 ft. roadway width

NoTuscarawas

Parker Pin-connected Thru Truss

193 ft in overall length 16 ft wide

NoMarion

4 Parker Riveted through Truss spans​

Three 157' spans
One 200' span
26 feet wide

NoMuskingum
 

 Possible Funding Sources

 
 

 Historic Bridges PRESERVED!

 
  
  
  
Parker pony truss bridge
  
Benton Road Bridge
  
Fairview-Snodgrass Bridge
  
Prospect Mount Vernon Road Bridge

Relocation, Reassembly Costs

If a bridge cannot be sold and a recipient accepts donation of the bridge, the recipient can be reimbursed for costs incurred in such activities as relocation, site preparation, reassembly, etc. costs eligible for reimbursement to preserve a historic bridge which is no longer used on a public road shall not exceed the estimated cost of demolition.

Costs incurred by the State to preserve a historic bridge (including funds made available to the State, locality or private entity to enable it to accept the bridge) shall be eligible as reimbursable project costs under this chapter in a amount not to exceed the cost of demolition.

Please visit the following sites for more information:

The Surface Transportation and Uniform Relocation Assistance Act of 1987

US Code Federal-Aid Highways