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Old Enon Road Stone Arch Culvert
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Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2009, the span is the oldest in Clark County a traveler can cross. It is also one of the oldest stone bridges in use in Ohio. Stone mason Samuel S. Taylor (1837-1930) built the culvert from locally quarried limestone in 1871, his first public works project. A Civil War veteran, Taylor worked on several projects, including the Mill Run underground sewer (1877), Champion’s East Street shops (1883), and the foundation for Springfield’s city hall (1890).
Rocky Point Road, just W of Old Mill Road
Springfield, OH 45502
SE side of bridge over creek
Latitude: 39.8695220, Longitude: -83.8792680.
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