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OLIN, DEWEY ROAD BRIDGE 35-04-03, Town Lattice Truss, built in 1873, completely restored in 1994, is located ENE of Ashtabula, on Dewey Road.

The GPS location is N41 51.768 W80 43.260.

CREEK ROAD BRIDGE 35-04-05, Town Lattice Truss, built c. 1889, fully restored in 1995, is located ENE of Kingsville, on Creek Road.

The GPS location is N41 55.18 W80 36.57 & W80 36.57.

MIDDLE ROAD BRIDGE 35-04-06, Howe Truss, built in 1868, fully restored in 1984, is located SSE of Conneaut, on Middle Road.

The GPS location is N41 54.11 W80 32.83.

ROOT ROAD BRIDGE 35-04-09, Town Lattice Truss, built in 1868, completely restored in 1982-83, is located WSW of Monroe Center, on Root Road.

The GPS location is N41 50.002 W80 37.207.

BENETKA ROAD BRIDGE 35-04-12, Town Lattice Truss, built c. 1900,  w/arch added during rehabilation in 1985, is located SSW of Kingsville, on Benetka Road.

The GPS location is N41 50.919 W80 41.356.

GRAHAM ROAD BRIDGE 35-04-13, Town Lattice Truss, built in 1867, moved off the creek in 1972, is located NW of Pierpoint, off Graham Road, at a roadside park.

The GPS location is N41 46.892 W80 37.103.

SOUTH DENMARK ROAD BRIDGE 35-04-14, Town Lattice Truss, built in 1868, is located ESE of Jefferson, on bypassed section of South Denmark Road.

The GPS location is N41 43.045 W80 41.415.

MULLEN, DOYLE ROAD BRIDGE 35-04-16, Town Lattice Truss, built in 1876, an arch was added during rehabilation in 1988. It is located NW of Jefferson, on Doyle Road.

The GPS location is N41 45.728 W80 47.413.

MECHANICSVILLE BRIDGE 35-04-18, Howe Truss w/arch, built in 1867, is located SW of Austinburg on bypassed section of Mechanicsville Road.

The GPS location is N41 45.26 W80 53.88.

HARPERSFIELD BRIDGE 35-04-19, a 2-Howe Truss span, built in 1868, entirely restored by John Smolen in 1992. A steel span was added after the flood of 1913. It is located at the Southern edge of Harpersfield on old Route 534 (CR154).

The GPS location is N41 45.363 W80 56.660.

RIVERDALE ROAD BRIDGE 35-04-22, Town Lattice Truss, built in 1874, is located NW of Rock Creek, on Riverdale Road.

The GPS location is N41 40.39 W80 52.32.

WARNER HOLLOW, WINDSOR MILLS, WISWELL ROAD BRIDGE 35-04-25, Town Lattice Truss, built in 1867, is located  off Route 322, on Wiswell Road.

The GPS location is N41 31.98 W80 57.84.

STATE ROAD BRIDGE 35-04-58, Town Lattice Truss, built in 1983 by John Smolen. It is located North of Kelloggsville, on State Road.

The GPS location is N41 53.184 W80 37.234.

CAINE ROAD BRIDGE 35-04-61, Pratt Truss variant, built in 1986 by John Smolen. It is located WNW of Pierpoint, on Caine Road.

The GPS location is N41 45.889 W80 36.991.

GIDDINGS ROAD BRIDGE 35-04-62, Pratt Truss variant, built by John Smolen in 1995, is located NE of Jefferson, on Giddings Road.

The GPS location is N41 45.899 W80 43.955.

NETCHER ROAD BRIDGE 35-04-63, Inverted Haupt Truss design, built in 1998 probably by John Smolen & designed by John Smolen & Beverly Cowles. It is located on Netcher Road, just off South Denmark Road.

The GPS location is N41 44.240 W80 43.899.

SMOLEN-GULF BRIDGE 35-04-64 built in 2008, is located on County Road 25, South of Edgewood across the Ashtabula River.

The GPS location is N41 51.335 W80 45.725.

WEST LIBERTY STREET BRIDGE 35-04-65, Stringer, is located in Geneva, on Liberty Street.

The GPS location is N41 79.950 W80 56.911.

COVERED BRIDGE PIZZA 35-04-a, Town Lattice Truss, originally built in 1862, moved in 1974, is located in Andover. They are identical except for the Horse & Buggy (at North Kingsville). 

The GPS location is N41 36.417 W80 33.888.

PIZZA PARLOR 35-04-b, Town Lattice Truss, originally built in 1862, moved in 1974, is located in North Kingsville. 

The GPS location is N41 54.31 W80 41.44.

 

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