Stonelick Creek Covered Bridge - Clermont County, Ohio
Posted by: Wallyum
N 39° 07.878 W 084° 11.226
16S E 743143 N 4335115
Quick Description: Clermont County's only covered bridge is the Stonelick Creek Bridge, which is still open to traffic.
Location: Ohio, United States
Date Posted: 7/29/2009 3:09:40 PM
Waymark Code: WM6WQQ
Built in 1878 by M. Cross, the Stonelick Creek covered bridge, also known as the Perintown Bridge, is still open to traffic. The 140' Howe truss structure crosses Stonelick Creek and has been rebuilt several times due to accidents with overloaded trucks. The bridge is nicely kept and is a great one to seek out due to the proximity to Cincinnati, Ohio.
Current Condition of Bridge: Excellent
Web Address: [Web Link]
Description of Covered Bridge:
140' Howe Truss. Built in 1878 by M. Collins. Open for use.
Year Built: 1878
Parking (If not at the bridge):: Parking could be better, but it exists.
Location (Road - City - State - Country): Stonelick Creek Road - Craver - Ohio - Clermont County
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