Kidwell Covered Bridge

Local nameKidwell Covered Bridge
LocationOhio, United States

The Kidwell Covered Bridge, in Dover Township, Athens County, Ohio between the nearby hamlets of Truetown and Redtown, was built in 1880. It spans Sunday Creek. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1977.It is a Howe truss covered bridge.

Specifically, it is located on Monserat Ridge Road between Ohio State Route 685 and Ohio State Route 13, one mile north of the unincorporated community of Truetown, Ohio, and about one mile southwest of the unincorporated community of Redtown, Ohio.

It is a wooden, single-span covered bridge, named for the Kidwell family which operated a saw mill and a grist mill about a quarter mile along the creek to the north.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kidwell_Covered_Bridge

Address 9601 Monserat Ridge Rd, 45761, United States

Coordinates 39°27'20.703" N -82°6'11.609" E

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