I think that's a very impressive bridge. I'm not aware of many bridges that are painted blue.
This bridge is not on U.S. Highway 60. Neither is its twin bridge next door. It is a common misconception.
U.S. 60 turns right as it approaches both bridges from the south, but it does not cross the river here.. if it did, it would need to get back ACROSS the river to be at Catlettsburg on the south shore where all the U.S. 60 signs are, to go east into Huntington.
BUT... according to the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO), both bridges carry the designation U.S. 23-S, the "S" standing for "spur." It dead-ends at U.S. 52 on the north side of both bridges. There is no signage, so there's no confusion with U.S. 23 South, which passes underneath both bridges on the Ashland side.
Also, despite the southbound vehicles in the Street View, this is a northbound bridge only now. I reoriented the Street View to reflect a northbound only view.
Another correction. This bridge is also on US-60. It is a one-way street companion to your listing of "Ohio River US 23 Bridge."