Carl D. Perkins Memorial Bridge [Map · Street View] Warren cantilevered through truss bridge over Ohio River, CSX Railroad tracks on Kentucky State Highway 8-Spur and U.S. 23 Truck Route, between West Portsmouth, Ohio and South Portsmouth, KentuckyOpen to trafficBuilt 1987 CSX - Sciotoville Bridge [Map · Street View] Cantilevered through truss bridge over the Ohio River at SciotovilleOpen to trafficBuilt 1914-17 under the direction of Gustav Lindenthal, opened to railroad traffic July 31, 1917
Duck Run CR 33 Bridge [Map] Lost Pony truss bridge over Duck Run on CR 33Replaced by a new bridgeBuilt 1940; rehabilitated 1994 Mill Road Bridge [Map] Camelback through truss bridge over Pine Creek on Mill Road (TR 262)Open to trafficBuilt 1905; rehabilitated 1994
New U.S. Grant Bridge [Map · Street View] Cable-stayed suspension bridge the Ohio River on US 23 in PortsmouthOpen to trafficCable stayed suspension bridge replaced earlier true wire suspension bridge at same location. Construction started 25 June 2001 and finished 16 October 2006 at a cost of $28,434,495.93
Old U. S. Grant Bridge [Map] Lost suspension bridge over the Ohio River on US 23 in PortsmouthReplaced by new bridgeBuilt 1927; rehabilitated 1979; replaced 2006
Otway Covered bridge 35-73-15 [Map · Street View] Smith through truss bridge over Scioto Brush Creek on Old OH 348Open to pedestriansBuilt 1874 by the Smith Bridge Co. Arches added in 1896, 1920's Polygonal Warren Rivetted Pony Truss added as approach, Bypassed in 1963
Pine Creek CR 257 Bridge [Map] Through truss bridge over Pine Creek on CR 257 in WheelersburgDemolished and replaced.Built 1940. Closed in September 2008. Rocky Fork Road Bridge [Map] Deck truss bridge over Rocky Fork on Rocky Fork Road in OtwayOpen to trafficBuilt ca. 1940; rehabilitated 1995
Scioto River Bridge [Map] Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Scioto River on SR Hwy. 73Replaced by new bridgeBuilt in 1915, replaced in 1998 Wheeler's Mill Bridge [Map] Bowstring through truss bridge over Little Scioto River on TR 238Moved to Franklin County where it was restored and placed on the Alum Creek Trail.Built by the Brackett Bridge Co. in 1902, dismantled and moved to Franklin County where it was placed on a trail.