Piqua, Ohio

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Ash Street Bridge (1895) (Miami County, Ohio)
Built 1895 by the Massillon Bridge Co.
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Great Miami River on Ash Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Ash Street Bridge (Pre 1932) (Miami County, Ohio)
Replaced 1965
Lost Marsh arch bridge over Great Miami River on US36 (Ash Street)
Replaced by a new bridge

Ash Street Canal Bridge (Miami County, Ohio)
Built 1845; demolished March 1901
Lost Stone arch bridge over Miami & Erie Canal on Ash Street
No longer exists

Bridge Street Bridge (Miami County, Ohio)
Lost Camelback through truss bridge over Great Miami River on Bridge Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Bridge Street Bridge (1877) (Miami County, Ohio)
Built 1877 by the Columbia Bridge Works; opened Feb 22, 1877; replaced 1910
Lost through truss bridge over Great Miami River on Bridge street
No longer exists

CP&I - Great Miami River Bridge (1854) (Miami County, Ohio)
Built 1852-54; destroyed by flood 1866
Lost covered through truss bridge over Great Miami River on Columbus, Piqua & Indiana Railroad
Destroyed by flooding

CP&I - Great Miami River Bridge (1866) (Miami County, Ohio)
Built 1866; covered top removed 1876; replaced 1877-78
Lost covered through truss bridge over Great Miami River on Columbus, Piqua & Indiana Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

CP&I - Great Miami River Bridge (1878) (Miami County, Ohio)
Built 1877-78; replaced 1888
Lost Through truss bridge over Great Miami River on Columbus, Piqua & Indiana Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

CR - College Street Overpass (Miami County, Ohio)
Built 1913; Line abandoned ca. 1985; Replaced by MOB ca. 2001
Lost Closed-spandrel arch bridge over College Street on Conrail (former Penn Central/PRR)
Replaced by a new bridge

CSX - East Ash Street Bridge (Miami County, Ohio)
Built 1965
Pony/through plate girder bridge over East Ash Street US 36 on CSX Railroad
Open to traffic

Huntersville Bridge (1820) (Miami County, Ohio)
Built 1820 by Charles Hilliard; replaced 1832
Lost Timber stringer bridge over Great Miami River on East Main Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Huntersville Bridge (1832) (Miami County, Ohio)
Built 1832; washed out by flood 1847
Lost Timber stringer bridge over Great Miami River on East Main Street
Destroyed by flooding

Huntersville Bridge (1848) (Miami County, Ohio)
Built 1848 by Jacob Gray; replaced 1855
Lost Through truss bridge over Great Miami River on East Main Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Huntersville Bridge (1854) (Miami County, Ohio)
Built 1853 or 1854 by Thatcher, Burt & Co.; replaced 1886
Lost covered through truss bridge over Great Miami River on East Main Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Middle Bridge (1838) (Miami County, Ohio)
Built 1838; partially collapsed under elephant 1846; replaced 1867
Lost Truss bridge over Great Miami River on Urbana and Greenville State Road (Current US 36)
Replaced by a new bridge

Middle Bridge (1867) (Miami County, Ohio)
Built 1867-68; replaced 1895
Lost covered through truss bridge over Great Miami River on Ash Street
Replaced by a new bridge

North Main Street Bridge (Miami County, Ohio)
Built 1950; rehabilitated 1990
Steel stringer bridge over Great Miami River on North Main Street
Open to traffic

North Main Street Canal Bridge (Miami County, Ohio)
Lost Pony truss swing bridge over M&E Canal on North Main Street
Removed but not replaced

Oatmeal Bridge (Miami County, Ohio)
Built 1910; destroyed in 1913 flood
Lost through truss bridge over Great Miami River
No longer exists

Ohio to Indiana Trail - Great Miami River Bridge (Miami County, Ohio)
Built 1913
Pony/through plate girder bridge over Great Miami River on the Ohio to Indiana Trail/ old Conrail right of way
Closed to all traffic

Piqua Utilities Bridge (Miami County, Ohio)
Built sometime between 1959 and 1972
Parker through truss bridge over Great Miami River on Great Miami River Trail
Open to pedestrians only

PRR - Great Miami River Bridge (Old) (Miami County, Ohio)
Built 1888; Damaged in 1913 flood and replaced
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Great Miami River on Pennsylvania Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

Rossville Bridge (1832) (Miami County, Ohio)
Built 1832 by Joseph Johns; replaced 1839
Lost Bridge over Great Miami River on North Main Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Rossville Bridge (1839) (Miami County, Ohio)
Built 1839; destroyed by flood 1847
Lost Truss bridge over Great Miami River on North Main Street
Destroyed by flooding

Rossville Bridge (1848) (Miami County, Ohio)
Built 1847-48; covered soon after; replaced 1855
Lost Through truss bridge over Great Miami River on North Main Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Rossville Bridge (1855) (Miami County, Ohio)
Built 1855; replaced 1889
Lost Through truss bridge over Great Miami River on North Main Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Rossville Bridge (1889) (Miami County, Ohio)
Built in 1889; replaced 1950
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Great Miami River on N. Co. Rd 25A
No longer exists

Shawnee Bridge (1886) (Miami County, Ohio)
Built in 1886; West two spans lost to flood March 23rd 1898 when pier washed out; reopened August 30, 1898 with one long span replacing the two missing spans; East span lost March 25th 1913
Lost through truss bridge over Great Miami River on East Main Street
No longer exists

Shawnee Bridge (1898) (Miami County, Ohio)
Built in 1898 to replace two spans of the three span 1886 bridge. Survived the 1913 flood which destroyed the east (1886) span. A temporary east span was reopened the crossing until the bridge was completely replaced in 1915.
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Great Miami River and Miami & Erie Canal on Main Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Shawnee Bridge (1914) (Miami County, Ohio)
Built 1914 by the Hackedorn Contracting Co. of Indianapolis, IN; replaced 2005 by prestressed bridge with replica facade
Lost Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Great Miami River on East Main Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Shawnee Bridge (2006) (Miami County, Ohio)
Built 2006
Prestressed stringer bridge over Great Miami River on East Main Street in Piqua
Replaced by a new bridge

Swift Run Lake Bridge (Miami County, Ohio)
Pony truss bridge over Swift Run Lake on a driveway
Open to traffic