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  • Dave Holdren

    Pre-1912. Former Zane's Crossing Bridge, also known as the Old National Road Bridge. Pioneers traveling west, used a Ferry to cross Willis Creek, 1798-1805, next a log bridge with puncheon floor, 1805-1828. In 1801, this double lane covered bridge was authorized, constructed 1828, built on dry ground and water turned to flow under it, afterward. Weakened by 1913 flood, condemned and removed.

  • Collette P

    This covered bridge was built in 1828 over Wills Creek, Guernsey County, Cambridge, Ohio when the National Road came through.

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