Will look forward to seeing what you find Ed!
I remember being on the Abington Bridge as a kid, but wasn't taking pics back then. I did have some photos from my one visit to the 7th St. Bridge....but they are lost to this point. Milton was the only one that I ever visited on multiple occasions. I worked with the Eastern director of Historic Landmarks Foundation at that time to try and get support for the beautiful landmark. Unfortunately, there was next to NO local interest to save it. Supposedly, the county had said they would save this span when the similar one at Abington was demolished, but in the end that was just an empty promise.
I will have some time at the end of December and am going to look for some photos. I was over the Nulltown and Laurel bridges many times though I was not familiar with the Waterloo or Milton. My point is that the Whitewater River Valley is a historic and scenic place and the bridges were a part of that. Now they are almost all gone.
I'm all with you on saving the Cedar Grove Bridge Ed. It is not in imminent danger to my knowledge, but then again it can only sit untouched for so long. And with the SR46 considered Non-select, it may well be the last chance to save one of the magnificent structures.
I have been looking around for pictures of the truss bridges at Waterloo and Nulltown with no luck so far. Wasn't there one at Laurel as well?
Well, maybe but I was really working on getting all the bridges of the Whitewater River posted in order to make a point about how the character of the valley had been changed by all the UCEBs and the point of saving the Cedar Grove bridge.
One good thing about the Veteran's Memorial is that it was not a replacement of a historic bridge but an entirely new crossing.
I guess adding ugly, modern UCEB's to this site is becoming contagious.