Remarkable Ohio

Serpent Mound Marker
Home / Muskingum County / 3-60 Y-Bridge /

3-60 Fourth Y-Bridge

82_2929.jpg 3-60 Third Y-BridgeThumbnails3-60 Fourth Y-Bridge3-60 Third Y-BridgeThumbnails3-60 Fourth Y-Bridge3-60 Third Y-BridgeThumbnails3-60 Fourth Y-Bridge

⇧ Go to 3-60 Y-Bridge Marker Home


Marker Details

Title, side A
Y-Bridge
Title, side B
Y-Bridge
Address
Zanesville, 43701
Location
Off Main Street and North of Putnam Hill Park, Located on the three "Y's" of bridge in Zanesville, 3 identical markers
Latitude
39.941300
Longitude
-82.014650
Subjects
Bridges, Roads, Zanesville

Picture Details

Title
Fourth Y-Bridge
Caption
This photograph shows trolleys and horse drawn wagons crossing the fourth Y-Bridge, which spans the confluence of the Muskingum and Licking Rivers in Zanesville, Ohio. The photograph was taken ca. 1902-1910. built at the confluence of the Muskingum and Licking rivers in Zanesville. On January 4, 1902, it was opened for foot passengers. Ten days later, streetcars and wagons began to cross the bridge. In 1979, the fourth Y bridge was judged unsafe. The fifth bridge was opened on November 9, 1984. (Om1903_003)