Sidney, Ohio

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Big Four - Great Miami River Bridge (Shelby County, Ohio)
Replaced 1923 by Big Four Bridge 1 mile south
Lost Pratt deck truss bridge over Great Miami River on Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago, & St. Louis (Big Four) Railway
Replaced on new alignment

CSX - Big Four Bridge (Shelby County, Ohio)
Built 1924
Massive Open-spandrel arch bridge over Great Miami River and city streets on CSX Railroad
Open to traffic

CSX - Chestnut Avenue Overpass (Shelby County, Ohio)
Built 1924
Concrete tee beam bridge over CSX Railroad on Chestnut Avenue
Closed to all traffic

CSX - Feeder Canal Bridge (Shelby County, Ohio)
Concrete arch bridge over the Miami & Erie Feeder Canal and trail on CSX Railroad in Sidney
Open to traffic

CSX - Great Miami River Railroad Bridge (Shelby County, Ohio)
Concrete arch bridge over the Great Miami River and River Road on CSX Railroad in Sidney
Open to traffic

CSX - Spruce Avenue Overpass (Shelby County, Ohio)
Built 1924
Concrete tee beam bridge over CSX Railroad on Spruce Avenue
Open to traffic

East Bridge (Shelby County, Ohio)
Built ca. 1886 by the Morse Bridge Company; Replaced 1931
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Great Miami River on North Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Great Miami River OH 47 Bridge (Shelby County, Ohio)
Built 1931 by D.H. Overman; replaced 2007
Lost concrete arch bridge over Great Miami River on OH 47 in Sidney
Demolished and replaced with a slab of pre-stressed concrete. Appears to have fake arch facade and aesthetic guardrails (likely due to Section 106 mitigation) based on Street View.

Sidney Bridge (Shelby County, Ohio)
Built 1906 by the Champion Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 1973; bypassed ca. 1997
Through truss bridge over Great Miami River on Childrens Home Road in Sidney
Open to pedestrians only

Sidney Mystery Bowstring (Shelby County, Ohio)
Built by the Wrought Iron Bridge Co.; possibly lost in 1913 flood
Lost Bowstring through truss bridge over Stream on Road
No longer exists

Zenas King/Benjamin Trail Bridge (Shelby County, Ohio)
Bowstring pony truss bridge over Amos Lake on a pedestrian walkway in Tawawa Park
Open to pedestrians only