Once carried trains traveling from Toledo to St. Louis via Delphos, Kokomo, Frankfort, and Charleston.
Through truss bridge over Maumee River, Wabash and Erie Canal, and US 24(as of 2009) on Toledo, Lake Erie, and Western Railroad(formerly Toledo St. Louis and Western aka Cloverleaf, Nickel Plate Road, Norfolk and Western Railway) in Grand Rapids
I believe this bridge hasn't been used by the tourist line railroad for many years despite having equipment located in Grand Rapids where the tracks now end. Their website http://www.tlew.org/index.htm has listed construction near the bridge as the reason for it not being used, but that reason is suspect to me. They run tourist trains down from Waterville to just East of the bridge site currently.
Update Dec 2011-Railroad is trying to raise funds to finish culvert and pay for tie replacement on bridge as well as inspection to reopen the line to regular trains. Currently only motorcars are allowed across. Check out their website at http://www.tlew.org/bridge.html to donate to this cause.
Built 1916, Rail line abandoned late 70's-early 80's.
Warren through truss
Total length: 900.0 ft.
Eligible for the National Register of Historic Places
TStL&W - Maumee River Bridge
NKP - Maumee River Bridge
Approximate latitude, longitude
+41.40928, -83.86770(decimal degrees) 41°24'33" N, 83°52'04" W (degrees°minutes'seconds")
Nickel Plate Road Cloverleaf division Maumee River bridge
Posted July 4, 2010, by Evan
This bridge is still used by motorcars for the Apple butter Festival to transport people. Hopefully in the future the TLE&W will run trains across the bridge. But, the bridge is still used by motorcars a few times a month for MOW.