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The Eldean Covered Bridge is a historic covered bridge spanning the Great Miami River in Miami County, Ohio north of Troy. Built in 1860, it is one of the nation's finest surviving examples of a Long truss, patented in 1830 by engineer Stephen H. Long....More
We live close to here and I pass it everyday on my way to and from work. No matter the season or weather - sun, rain or snow - the pretty red wooden bridge stands out against its background. In between a field and a...More
I have a grandson that really enjoys reading about and studying bridges. We have taken him here at different times. It's great to see this authentic well kept covered bridge so close to a major highway. It's right off of county road 25, not far...More
We visited the Eldean Covered Bridge a number of times.
It's pleasant to take a picnic lunch to this spot and enjoy a meal before taking a walk across the bridge.
I also discovered that this Eldean Bridge is mentioned on the bridgehunter website that...More
We bike up to this bridge as it is close to the bike path, it;s kind of cool and breezy if you need a break from the sun, there is a bit of information on the bridge and it's now an historical site, so yeah...More
I lived in Piqua, OH when a graduated HS and the covered bridge was a local hang out. I moved away around 17 years ago and still come back to visit family. On this trip I have had time to get out and explore the...More
My husband kept telling me about this place, and I honestly thought it was not all that exciting. However, I have to say that I was really impressed with the restoration. I really enjoyed our visit. It was neat to see such a great preservation....More