Anderson Ferry [Map · Street View] Ferry across Ohio River connecting Constance, KY and the west side of Cincinnati, OH.Open to trafficThe Anderson Ferry has been in continuous operation since 1817 and has three ferries, Boone 7, Little Boone and Deborah A.
Benson Street Bridge [Map · Street View] Rainbow arch bridge over Mill Creek on Benson Street on the line between Lockland and ReadingOpen to two-lane trafficBuilt 1909-10 by engineer E. A. Gast; rehabilitated 1992
Benson Street Bridge [Map] Through truss bridge over Miami & Erie Canal on Benson was Wyoming StreetNo longer existsBuilt 1908
Big Mac Bridge [Map · Street View] Pair of tied-arch bridges over the Ohio River on I-471 in CincinnatiOpen to eight total lanes of trafficConstructed started 1971; opened to limited traffic 1977; dedicated 1981; entire I-471 project completed 1985 Blome Road Bridge [Map · Street View] Through truss bridge on Blome Road in The Village of Indian HillOpen to one-lane trafficBuilt 1888 by the Queen City Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 1990
Blue Rock Road Bridge [Map] Lost through truss bridge over the Miami River on Blue Rock Road at New BaltimoreDemolished Oct. 11, 2006Built 1914; rehabilitated 1970; closed Nov. 2001 Brighton Bridge [Map · Street View] Concrete bridge over Central Parkway on Brighton Street between McMicken Avenue and Colerain AvenueOpen to trafficBuilt 1925
C&C - LIttle Miami River Bridge [Map] Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Little Miami River on Cincinnati & Columbus Traction Co.RemovedBuilt 1906; One psan lost in flooding during 1907 and replaced with a truss from the Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton Railroad; Removed ca. 1920
Central Bridge [Map] Lost through truss bridge over Ohio River on US 27No longer existsBuilt 1891 by the King Bridge Co.; demolished using explosives in 1992
Cincinnati & Whitewater Canal Tunnel [Map] Lost Tunnel on Formerly Cincinati & Whitewater CanalPartly Collapsed1841 to 1865 used as canal tunnel, Railroad 1865 till 1884. Partilly collapsed, 1950's. CIND - Cleves Bridge [Map · Street View] Four-span through truss railroad bridge over the Great Miami River next to US 50 at ClevesOpen to traffic on two railroad tracksBuilt 1913
CIND - Whitewater River Bridge [Map] Through truss bridge over Whitewater RiverOpen to trafficPart of the Central Railroad of Indiana. Orginially part of the 'Big Four' and later the NYC.
Cleves Bridge [Map · Street View] Four-span through truss bridge over the Great Miami River on westbound US 50 at ClevesOpen to two lanes of westbound trafficBuilt 1959
Eden Park Reservoir Dam [Map · Street View] Closed-spandrel arch bridge over drained reservoir on Pedestrian TrailOpen to pedestrians onlyBuilt 1878, large portion of main retaining wall removed 1960
First Cincinnati Southern Railroad Bridge [Map] Lost through truss swing bridge over Ohio River on the Cincinnati Southern Railroad at CincinnatiSuperstructure replacedBuilt 1869-1877; superstructure replaced by current bridge in 1922
First Lost Bridge 35-31-05x [Map] Lost covered bridge over Great Miami River on Lawrenceburg RoadDestroyed by fireBuilt 1866 by John Chambelain, destroyed by fire on July 28, 1903 Five Mile Creek Bridge [Map] Stringer bridge over Five Mile Creek on Five Mile RoadOpen to trafficBuilt 1953; rehabilitated 2001
Five Mile Creek Bridge [Map] Stringer bridge over Five Mile Creek on Five Mile RoadOpen to trafficBuilt 1953; rehabilitated 2001
Harrison Road Bridge [Map] Lost through truss bridge over Great Miami River on Harrison Road (CR 457)No longer existsBuilt 1894
Hopewell Road Bridge [Map] Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Miami River on Hopewell RoadReplaced by new bridgeBuilt 1922; rehabilitated 1984 Kemper Road Bridge [Map · Street View] Stone faced concrete rigid frame bridge over Sharon Lake on Kemper Road in Sharon Woods ParkOpen to trafficBuilt 1936-1937 by the Works Progress Administration
Ludlow Viaduct [Map] Lost six-span concrete arch bridge over Mill Creek Valley on Ludlow Avenue in CincinnatiReplaced by a modern bridgeBuilt 1914; replaced 1991-92 Main Street BridgeClosed-spandrel arch bridge over an unnamed creek on Main StreetOpen to traffic
Martin Drive Ramp [Map] Pony/through plate girder bridge over US 50 on Ramp To Martin DriveOpen to trafficBuilt 1958; rehabilitated 1986
McMillan "Tunnel" [Map] Tunnel over Railroad (CL&N) on McMillan StreetOpen to traffic on McMillan Street
Milford Bridge [Map] Lost bridge over Little Miami River on US 50 in MilfordLostBuilt in 1924 by the Standard Engineering and Contracting Company; removed from service in 1985; attempts were made to sell the bridge, but it was eventually demolished. NS - Ohio River Bridge [Map · Street View] Through truss bridge over Ohio River on Norfolk Southern Railroad in CincinnatiOpen to trafficBuilt 1922 using the existing piers from a 1877 bridge
Old Cleves Bridge [Map] Lost four-span through truss bridge over the Great Miami River on eastbound US 50 at ClevesReplaced by modern bridgeBuilt 1914 by the Penn Bridge Co.; parallel bridge built 1959-60; closed to traffic Feb. 1988; replaced 1990 Oxford Road Bridge [Map] Bowstring pony truss bridge over a pedestrian trail on a pedestrian trail in a park at the Crosby Senior Center in CrosbyOpen to pedestriansBuilt ca. 1860 and Restored in 2006 by Ohio Bridge Co & moved to Crosby Township's Senior Center on walking trail.
Purple People Bridge [Map · Street View] Five-span through truss bridge over the Ohio River formerly carrying the Louisville & Nashville Railroad) and US 27 between Cincinnati and NewportOpen to pedestrian traffic onlyFirst built 1872 as a Whipple through truss bridge; reconstructed 1897; railroad service discontinued 1987; closed to road traffic 2001; rehabilitated and reopened to pedestrians 2003
Second Lost Bridge [Map] Lost Through truss bridge over Great Miami River on Lawrenceburg RoadDestroyed by floodingBuilt 1906, destroyed by flood on March 26, 1913
Third Lost Bridge [Map] Lost Through truss bridge over Great Miami River on Lawrenceburg RoadDemolishedBuilt 1913-14, closed to traffic on December 19, 1980, demolished in October 1989 Western Hills Viaduct [Map · Street View] Double-decker concrete viaduct with two open-spandrel arch spans over Mill Creek Valley in CincinnatiOpen to two decks of trafficBuilt 1930-32 as part of the Union Terminal Project; eastern end rebuilt 1960-63 to accomodate I-75