I learned today that a rehab is being considered for the bridge. It is quite possible that the Bob Evans Farm will take over maintenance of it.
I learned today that the bridge has been removed. It will be restored & moved (or possibly moved & restored) to the Boy Scout Camp in Licking county. They have already preserved another rare metal bridge as well as a covered bridge at that camp.
I'm timid about scrambling down banks. I would have had to do that in order to take a photo. Bridge has large wing walls that block the view of the arch from the side.
Published: Fri, December 4, 2015 @ 9:55 p.m.
The new Division Street bridge over the Mahoning River that connects Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard to the Ohio Works Industrial Park and Salt Springs Road opened today.
The three-span concrete slab bridge, supported by steel beams, replaced a narrower single-span, 1939-vintage steel truss bridge that closed in February and was demolished because it was rated as structurally deficient and functionally obsolete.
Read more about the project in Saturday's Vindicator or on Vindy.com.
Bridge was present 7/27/13. When I got there 2/22/14, the old bridge was gone & new bridge was being built.
I looked for this bridge 7/28/13. If it's there, there's nothing on the road that looks like there is any kind of bridge present.
I see here that the new bridge was opened in Oct. 2006. It was closed Oct. 2016. Don't know what they were doing. Fortunately, nearby Carl D. Perkins was open.
Looks like a replacement, too. No bridge there now.
10/24/15 Couldn't see any stones. Looked like the whole bridge was concrete to us.
10/24/15 We drove the length of Rock Rd S between 430/309 & Lexington-Ontario Rd. Didn't see anything like this. I think it must be gone.
TR 894 is Church Hill Rd. Pretty sure this is the original location of the Church Hill CB relocated in 1982.
Looks like the bridge is at the corner of Gladstone & Park in Youngstown. A block NE of Wilson Ave/289
I had a 1930 date on this bridge from Old Ohio
10-05-14 We drove the length of N. Main St. We saw no bridges at all. Road is next to the Pere Marquette Rails-To-Trails. If the bridge is still there, it might be visible from the trail.
10-05-14 Entire bridge in a tent. Must be getting close to completion.