Ohio & Erie Canal

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Coshocton Aqueduct (Coshocton County, Ohio)
Built 1829; rebuilt many times over its lifetime; destroyed in flood of 1913
Lost Howe pony truss bridge over Walhonding River on Ohio and Erie Canal
Destroyed by flooding

CSX - Cuyahoga River Bridge (Cuyahoga County, Ohio)
Abandoned deck plate girder bridge over Cuyahoga River & Ohio & Erie Canal on CSX
Abandoned

CSX - Ohio & Erie Canal Bridge (Southerly Wastewater Treatment Facility Spur) (Cuyahoga County, Ohio)
Abandoned deck plate girder bridge over Ohio & Erie Canal on CSX
Abandoned

Ohio & Erie Canal Aqueduct (Scioto County, Ohio)
Lost Pony truss aqueduct over Scioto Brush Creek on Ohio & Erie Canal
Removed but not replaced

Ohio & Erie Canal Scioto River Aqueduct (Pickaway County, Ohio)
Abandoned in 1911; lost to fire in 1915
Lost Town lattice truss covered aqueduct over Scioto River on Ohio & Erie Canal
Removed but not replaced

South Street Bridge (Summit County, Ohio)
Built 1927
Concrete tee beam bridge over Ohio and Erie Canal on South Street
Open to traffic

St. Clairsville Street Bridge (Tuscarawas County, Ohio)
Lost Pratt pony truss bridge over Ohio & Erie Canal on St. Clairsville Street
Removed but not replaced

Towpath Bridge (Cuyahoga County, Ohio)
Built in 1999 by Cleveland Metroparks as part of the Towpath and CanalWay Center project.
Waddell "A" through truss bridge over Ohio & Erie Canal on Pedestrian Pathway
Open to pedestrians only

Towpath Bridge (Coshocton County, Ohio)
Built ca. 1872; reconstructed from parts at a later date
Iron pony truss footbridge over the Ohio & Erie Canal at Uppermost Triple Locks in Roscoe Village
Open to pedestrians only

W&LE - Zoar Bridge (Tuscarawas County, Ohio)
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Tuscarawas River & Ohio & Erie Canal on Wheeling & Lake Erie (1850-1949)
No longer exists

WVR-Tuscarawas and Walhonding Rivers Bridge (Coshocton County, Ohio)
Built ca.1893; trestles damaged in 1913 flood; removed after line was abandoned in 1936
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Tuscarawas River, Walhonding River, and Ohio & Erie Canal on Walhonding Valley Railroad
No longer exists