Montgomery County

3rd - Street - Bridge   [Map]
Steel stringer bridge over Great Miami River on West Third Street
Open to traffic
Boomershine - Bridge   [Map]
Lost Warren through truss bridge over Twin Creek on Manning Road
Lost
Built 1913
Bridge - Street - Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Lost through truss bridge on Bridge Street in Dayton
Bridge has been demolished.
Built 1926 by the Central States Bridge & Structural Co. of Indianapolis; rehabilitated 1948
D&T - Great - Miami - River - Bridge   [Map]
Lost Bridge over Great Miami River on Dayton & Troy Electric Railway
Collapsed
Collapsed 1932
Dayton - Cincin - Pike - Bridge   [Map]
Concrete Arch bridge over on Dayton Cincin Pike in West Carrollton City
Open to traffic
Built 1920; rehabilitated 1965
Feedwire - Road - Covered - Bridge 35-57-03   [Map]
Warren through truss bridge over Old canal bed on Trail in Dayton
Open to pedestrians
Originally built in Greene County, OH and later moved to park.
Findlay-Stanley - Road - Bridge   [Map]
Lost concrete arch bridge over Mad River on Findlay-Stanley Road in Dayton
Replaced by new bridge
Built 1926; rehabilitated 1961
Germantown - Covered - Bridge 35-57-01   [Map · Street View]
Covered bridge over Little Twin Creek on Linden Avenue (CR 56) in Germantown
Open to pedestrians only
Built 1870; relocated 1911
Helena - Street - Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Concrete arch bridge over Great Miami River on Helena Street in Dayton
Open to traffic
Built 1926; rehabilitated 1949
Hemple - Road - Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Pennsylvania through truss bridge on TR 46 (Hemple Road) over Bear Creek
bypassed by new bridge
Bypassed and closed in 1994
Jasper - Road - Covered - Bridge 35-57-36   [Map · Street View]
Covered bridge over Mudlick Creek
Open to pedestrians
Originally built in Greene County, OH and later moved to park.
Keowee - Street - Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Great Miami River on Keowee Street in Dayton
Open to traffic
Built 1931 by the Maxon Construction Co.
Main - St - Bridge - Dayton - Ohio   [Map]
Lost Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Great Miami on N Main St
Replaced by new bridge
Miami & Erie - Canal - Aqueduct   [Map]
Lost Aqueduct over Mad River on the Miami & Eric Canal
Destroyed by flood
Washed out in 1913 flood
Miami - River - Railroad - Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Parker through truss bridge over Miami River on Railroad
Open to traffic
NS - Cincinnati - Pike - Overpass   [Map · Street View]
Pratt through truss bridge over Dayton Cincinnati Pike on Norfolk Southern Railway
Open to traffic
Rip - Rap - Road - Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Through truss bridge over Great Miami River on Rip Rap Road
Open to pedestrians only
Built 1923
Siebenthaler - Avenue - Bridge   [Map]
Through truss bridge over Stillwater River on Siebenthaler Avenue in Dayton
Replace by a new bridge
Built 1928
Stewart - Street - Bridge   [Map]
Lost concrete arch bridge over Great Miami River on Stewart Street in Dayton
No longer exists
Built 1912; removed June 23rd, 2008
Tom's - Run - Bridge   [Map]
Whipple through truss bridge in Dayton
Open to pedestrians
Built 1881 over Tom's Run on Lower Gratis Road near Farmersville, moved to Carillon Park in 1985.
Tom's - Run - Cincinnati, Jackson & Mackinaw - Railroad - Bridge   [Map]
Abandoned bridge over Tom's Run on Penn Central
Abandoned
Built around 1895-1900
Veterans - Memorial - Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Wolf Creek on Edwin C. Moses Blvd. in Dayton
bridge has been replaced by a new cable-stayed bridge.
Built 1926 by the City of Dayton
Wagner - Ford - Road - Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Single-Story Bailey pony truss bridge over a Channel of Great Miami River on a closed section of Wagner Ford Road
Intact but closed to all traffic
Erected here 1994
Washington - Street - Bridge   [Map]
Lost seven-span arch bridge over Great Miami River on Washington Street in Dayton
Replaced by new bridge
Built 1906; rehabilitated 1935
Webster - Street - Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Concrete arch bridge over Mad River on Webster Street in Dayton
Open to traffic
Built 1916; rehabilitated 1960