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10-19-2012, 06:42 AM
Joined: Sep 2007
Location: SE Ohio
Bridge #5...the Mill Branch and a lunch fit for a King.
These mushrooms were the size of frizbees..............
Looking that these pictures makes me miss that little KLR.
Constructed in 1885, the Mill Branch bridge is a single span of 65' over a small stream at the Barlow, Ohio Fairgrounds. The bridge is located on the north side of SR339 at the fairgrounds. In the 1960's the bridge was abandoned when it was bypassed at its original location over the Little Hocking River two miles northeast of Portersfield, Ohio. When nearby landowners threatened to destroy the bridge, the county moved it about seven miles to its present location.
It is closed to all but foot traffic but at least it's still standing.
Painted on both sides is the Ohio Bicentennial logo.....
I snapped a few pictures then sat down for a feast.........
A bottle of water and.................Pop Tarts!!!!!
And once again, just to prove that I was there.....
Don't know why I'm lost all the time...
Everyone is always telling me where to go.
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