Licking County

11th Street - Raccoon Creek Bridge   [Map]
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Raccoon Creek on 11th Street
Replaced by a new bridge
Damaged by flooding in January 1959; repaired & reopened; replaced in 1962
Bear Hollow Road Bridge   [Map]
Lost Pratt Pony truss bridge over Brushy Fork Creek on Bear Hollow Road
Replaced by a new bridge
Collapsed under the weight of a fully loaded school bus
Beaver Dam Road Railroad Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Abandoned pony/through plate girder bridge over Beaver Dam Road on New York Central Railroad
Bypassed on new alignment of railroad after Beaver Dam Road's terminus at OH 79 was eliminated
Bennington Chapel Road   [Map]
Lost Through truss bridge over Otter Fork Licking River on Bennington Chapel Road
Replaced by a new bridge
Bennington Chapel Road Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Lost pony truss bridge over Otter Fork of the Licking River on Bennington Chapel Road
Replaced in 2001
Built 1918; rehabilitated 1961; replaced 2001
Blackhand Gorge Bridge   [Map]
A-frame through truss bridge within Blackhand Gorge Nature Preserve
Open to pedestrians only
Originally built 1880 over Valley Run on TR 332; relocated 1983
Blackhand Gorge Trail - Blackhand Tunnel   [Map]
Tunnel on Former Interurban railway line
Closed
Blasted 1890; Abandoned ca. 1929; Used as a road afterwards, Converted to trail ??
BO - South Fork Licking River Bridge   [Map]
Deck plate girder bridge over South Fork Licking River on Baltimore and Ohio Railroad
Open to traffic
Bowling Green Cemetery Road Bridge   [Map]
Bridge over Panhandle Railroad on Bowling Green Cemetery Road
2012 Rehab; private bridge to a residence.
Boy Scout Camp Covered Bridge - DUPLICATE see BH 60274 Camp Falling Rock Covered Bridge 35-45-04   [Map]
Multiple Kingpost through truss bridge over Rocky Fork Creek
Closed to all vehicle traffic
Brushy Creek Bridge   [Map]
Half-hip Pratt pony truss bridge over Brushy Creek on Private Drive
Open to authorized vehicles only
Brushy Fork Road Bridge 1   [Map]
Lost Pratt pony truss bridge over Tributary of Brushy Fork Creek on Brushy Fork Road
Replaced by a new bridge
Camp Falling Rock Covered Bridge 35-45-04   [Map]
Covered Through truss bridge over Small Stream? on Footpath
Open to pedestrians only
Built 1872 over Rocky Fork on Houdeshell Road; Replaced 1970's; Moved to Camp Falling Rock and erected as a memorial to longtime Scout Executive Harold G. Hayes
Canal Greenway Covered Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Town lattice truss bridge over Unnamed tributary of South Fork of Licking river on Canal Greenway Trail
Open to pedestrians only
Built 1991
Chatham Road Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Modern Warren pony truss bridge over Clear Fork Licking River on Chatham Road.
Open to traffic
Cherry Valley Road Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Three-span stone arch bridge over Raccoon Creek on Cherry Valley Road in Newark
Open to traffic. Posted at 20-ton weight limit as of 18 Jan 22
Built 1834 by Josiah Spaulding as an aqueduct; used by interurban trolleys for 30 years after 1889; later retrofitted to carry traffic
Church Street Bridge   [Map]
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Raccoon Creek on Church Street
Replaced by a new bridge
Replaced 1958
Claylick Covered Bridge   [Map]
Lost Howe through truss covered bridge over Licking River on Brownsville Road/Brushy Fork Road
Destroyed by fire
Built 1876; destroyed by fire in 1932.
Claylick Metal Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Licking River on Brushy Fork Road (Brownsville Road)
Replaced by new bridge
Built 1932 to replace a covered bridge; Replaced 1979
Columbus Road Bridge   [Map]
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Raccoon Creek on Columbus Road
Replaced by a new bridge
Replaced 1929
County Road 210 Bridge   [Map]
Pony truss bridge on County Road 210
Replaced by a new bridge
Replaced in 2000
Courter Road Bridge   [Map]
Concrete arch bridge over South Fork Licking River on Courter Road (TR 157) in Pataskala
Open to traffic
CSX - Raccoon Creek Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Pratt through truss bridge over Raccoon Creek on CSX Railroad
Open to traffic
CUOH - Blackhand Gorge Bridge   [Map]
Deck plate girder bridge over Licking River and Blackhand Gorge on Ohio Central Railroad
Open to railroad traffic
CUOH - Main Street Overpass   [Map]
Stone arch bridge over Main Street on Railroad
Open to traffic
CUOH - Raccoon Drive Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Steel stringer bridge over Raccoon Creek on Columbus & Ohio River RR
Open to traffic
CUOH - Second Street Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Slab bridge over 2nd Street on Columbus & Ohio River RR
Open to traffic
Built 1930
CUOH - South Fifth Street Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Bridge over South Fifth Street on Ohio Central Railroad
Open to traffic
Built 1930
CUOH - South Fourth Street Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Bridge over South Fourth Street on Ohio Central Railroad
Open to traffic
Built 1930
CUOH - Third Street Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Slab bridge over 3rd Street on Columbus & Ohio River RR
Open to traffic
Built 1930
CUOH- South Sixth Street Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Slab bridge over South Sixth Street on Ohio Central Railroad
Open to traffic
Built 1930
Davis Farm Covered Bridge 35-45-25   [Map · Street View]
Multiple Kingpost through truss bridge over Rocky Fork Licking River on Private Drive
Open to private traffic, in use on driveway
Built 1947
Dry Creek Road Northeast Bridge   [Map]
Half-hip Pratt pony truss bridge over Dry Creek on Driveway
Open to traffic on private road
Built 1900?
East Main Street Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Through truss bridge over North Fork Licking River on East Main Street in Newark
Open to traffic
Built 1898 by the Massillon Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 1978
Everett Avenue Bridge   [Map]
Lost Concrete tee beam bridge over North Fork Licking River on Everett Avenue
Replaced by a new bridge
Falling Rock Camp Iron Bridge   [Map]
Iron pony truss bridge over Rocky Fork at Falling Rock Boy Scout Camp
Has been moved and restored in the camp.
Built ca. 1872; relocated 1927 and 1931
Fallsburg Rd. private   [Map · Street View]
Half-hip Pratt pony truss bridge over Painter Run on Driveway
Privately owned
Fleek Avenue Bridge   [Map]
Lost Bridge on Fleek Avenue over North Fork Licking River
Removed but not replaced
Flory Park Suspension Footbridge   [Map]
Wire suspension bridge over Raccoon Creek on pedestrian pathway
Open to pedestrians only
Gallman Road Bridge   [Map]
Through truss bridge over Raccoon Creek on a pedestrian trail in Newark
Open to pedestrians only
Built 1887 by the Columbia Bridge Works over St. Mary's River in Mercer County; relocated in 2002
Ginger Hill Rd 1884 Truss   [Map]
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over North Fork Licking River on Ginger Hill Rd TR 207
Replaced by a new bridge
Built 1884 by the Mt. Vernon Bridge Company. Replaced in 1990
Ginger Hill Road Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Modern pony truss bridge over North Fork Licking River on Ginger Hill Road
Open to traffic; 45% legal load
Opened Sept. 6, 1990. Temporay repairs in 2018.
Granville Viaduct   [Map · Street View]
Steel stringer bridge over Raccoon Creek on Columbus Rd C539B
Open to traffic
Built 1929, Rehabilitated 1964, 2005
Gregg Mill Covered Bridge   [Map]
Covered bridge over Wakatomika Creek on Frampton Road (CR 201)
Open to traffic
Built 1881; reconstructed 1992
Lobdell Creek Covered Bridge 35-45-17   [Map]
Lost Through truss covered bridge over Lobdell Creek on Lobdell Road
Relocated to Firemans Park east of Alexandria OH on SR 37
Lost Run Bridge   [Map]
Warren pony truss with alternating verticals bridge over Lost Run on Private Lane
Open to authorized vehicles only
Built ca. 1940
Manning Street - North Fork Licking River Bridge   [Map]
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over North Fork Licking River on Manning Street
Replaced by a new bridge
Damaged by flooding in January 1959; repaired & reopened; replaced in 1962
Mastadon Golf Course Bridge   [Map]
Warren pony truss bridge
Built 1905
McLain Covered Bridge 35-45-17   [Map]
Relocated covered bridge at Firemans Park in Alexandria
Open to pedestrians only
Built 1871
Mercer-Thumwood Covered Bridge   [Map]
Lost Burr arch-truss bridge over Wakatomika Creek on Frampton Road
Destroyed by fire
Built 1875; destroyed by arson 1985
Mill Street Bridge   [Map]
Lost pony truss bridge over Muddy Fork on Mill Street in Pataskala
No longer exists
Mount Vernon Road Bridge   [Map]
Lost Truss bridge on Mount Vernon Road/ OH13 over North Fork Licking River
Replaced by a new alignment of Mount Vernon Road/ OH13
National Drive Bridge   [Map]
Lost Truss bridge over South Fork Licking River on National Drive
Replaced by a new bridge
National Road Bridge   [Map]
Lost Pratt pony truss bridge over Ohio & Erie Canal on Old National Road (US 40)
Replaced by a new bridge
Newark Bikeways - South Fork Licking River Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Pratt through truss bridge over South Fork Licking River on Newark Bikeways
Open to pedestrians only
NYC - Lobdell Creek Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Abandoned pony/through plate girder bridge over Lobdell Creek on New York Central RR (abandoned)
Derelict/abandoned
OH 16 Bridge (Pataskala)   [Map]
Lost Concrete tee beam bridge over South Fork Licking River on OH 16
Replaced by a new bridge
OH 37 - Raccoon Creek Bridge   [Map]
Lost Whipple through truss bridge over Raccoon Creek on OH 37
Replaced by a new bridge
Collapsed in 1938; NBI shows replacement in 1963
Old National Road Bridge   [Map]
Slab bridge over Bowling Green Creek Tributary on Panhandle Road
Open to traffic
Orchard Street Bridge   [Map]
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over South Fork of Licking River on Orchard Street
Replaced by a new bridge
Built 1903 by the Champion Bridge Company; replaced in 1980.
Pataskala Bridge   [Map]
Lost Pratt pony truss bridge over South Fork Licking River on Broad Street (currently OH-16)
No longer exists
Pitser Covered Bridge 35-45-16x   [Map]
Lost Kingpost through truss bridge over Rocky Fork on TR 361
Destroyed by fire and replaced by a stringer bridge
Quarry Run Bridge   [Map]
Lost closed-spandrel arch bridge over Quarry Run on Hupp Road (TR 309)
No longer exists
Replaced 2003
Raccoon Bridge   [Map]
Lost Warren pony truss with no verticals bridge over Raccoon Creek on OH-37 (Sunbury Road)
Replaced by a new bridge
Ramp Creek Bridge   [Map]
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Ramp Creek on TR 133 (Hallie Lane)
Replaced by a new bridge
Ridgely Tract Road Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Modern Polygonal Warren pony truss bridge over South Fork Licking River on Ridgely Tract Road
Open to traffic
Built 1986
Rocky Fork Road Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Polygonal Warren pony truss bridge over Rocky Fork on Rocky Fork Road (TR 210)
Open to traffic, 70% legal
Built 1928 by the Pittsburgh-Des Moines Steel Co.; rehabilitated 1968
Rodrick Bridge   [Map]
Bowstring through truss bridge originally located over Wills Creek on TR 144 in Coshocton County and relocated to Ohio State University-Newark Campus grounds
Open to pedestrians only
Built 1872 by the Coshocton Iron Works using a design patented in 1841 by Squire Whipple. Relocated in 1998.
Seven Hills Road Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Pratt pony truss bridge over Panhandle Railroad on Seven Hills Road (TR-232)
Rehabilitated and Relocated to Camp Falling Rock, Eden Twp
Built 1870s. Rehabilitated/Relocated March 2017
Shoults/Girl Scout Camp Covered Bridge 35-45-05   [Map]
Multiple Kingpost through truss bridge over Wakatomika Creek on Road
Open to traffic, fair condition, 5-Ton limit
Built 1879, rebuilt on rolled steel beams in 1974
Snyder Road Bridge   [Map]
Modern Warren pony truss bridge
Open to traffic
Built 1986. Major rehab Nov 2015
South 2nd Street Bridge   [Map]
Lost Closed-spandrel arch bridge over South Fork Licking River on South 2nd Street
Replaced by a new bridge
Built 1913
South Main Street Bridge   [Map]
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Raccoon Creek on South Main Street (currently OH-661)
Replaced by a new bridge
South Main Street Bridge   [Map]
Lost Parker through truss bridge over North Fork Licking River on South Main Street
Replaced by a new bridge
Replaced 1986
South Main Street Bridge (Old)   [Map]
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over North Fork Licking River on South Main Street (Currently OH-13)
Replaced by a new bridge
Staddens Ford Covered Bridge   [Map]
Lost covered through truss bridge over Licking River on Staddens Bridge Road
Replaced by a new bridge
Staddens Ford Iron Bridge   [Map]
Lost Bridge over Licking River on Staddens Bridge Road
No longer exists
Toboso Covered Bridge   [Map]
Lost Burr arch-truss bridge over Licking River on Toboso Road
Replaced by a new bridge
Originally built 1858; rebuilt 1861; replaced 1941
Toboso Metal Bridge   [Map]
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Licking River on Toboso Road (CR 273)
Replaced by new bridge
Spans moved here in 1941 to replace a covered bridge; replaced 1988
Torrens Rd Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Lost Pratt pony truss bridge over North Fork Licking River on Torrens Rd TR 68
Replaced by a new bridge
Built in 1935 for $1,138, cost shared between Knox and Licking Counties.
TR 146 Bridge Over Old I-70 (OH-158)   [Map · Street View]
Steel stringer bridge over OH-158 Loop Road (Old I-70) on TR 146
Open to traffic
Built 1958 by Bethlehem Steel Company
U.S. 40 Bridge (Hebron,OH)   [Map]
Lost Polygonal Warren pony truss bridge over South Fork Licking River on U.S. 40 Bridge
Replaced by a new bridge
Built 1928; Reconstructed 1969; Replaced 1994
Utica Driveway Overpass   [Map]
Pony truss bridge over Columbus & Ohio River Railroad on Private Driveway
Intact but closed to all traffic
Volunteer Bridge   [Map]
Pratt pony truss bridge over Rocky Fork Creek on Private drive
Open to authorized vehicles only
Relocated March 2017
Waterworks Road Bridge   [Map]
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over North Fork Licking River on Waterworks Road
Replaced by a new bridge
West Church Street Bridge   [Map]
Lost Concrete tee beam bridge over Raccoon Creek on West Church Street
Replaced by a new bridge
West Main Street Bridge (old)   [Map]
Lost Through truss bridge over Raccoon Creek on West Main Street
Replaced by a new bridge
Wilson Street - Raccoon Creek Bridge   [Map]
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Raccoon Creek on Wilson Street
Replaced by a new bridge
Damaged by flooding in January 1959; repaired & reopened; replaced in 1960