This is actually the old railroad bridge before the railroad was realigned back in the 1920's. This bridge is scheduled to be bypassed and then removed as soon as the county finds the money. The engineer told me that if someone is interested in buying the bridge after it has been bypassed, they are open to the idea.
As you come down the hill on Collier Ridge Road look to the right of the bridge and you will see a driveway on an embankment leading back to the right. This was the old rail road bed. Along this section you will see a small stone arch bridge used by the railroad. To the left of the bridge is Bonnell Road which was the railroad bed before it was realigned.
After crossing the bridge, turn right onto Bonnell Road. Travel 4/10 of a mile and you will go under a large concrete railroad trestle. Immediately after going under the railroad trestle, (39º09.857’N 84º55.426’W) look to your right down near the creek and you will see a large stone bridge abutment on either side of the creek. This was the location of the original railroad line which crossed the creek at this location.
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I also found a couple of railroad underpass arches out around this bridge.
In this first picture I was mainly taking a picture of the road slide area. But a railroad arch bridge can be seen in the background.
The second and third picture is of the same bridge. The fourth and fifth picture are both different bridges.