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Marker Details

Title, side A
Roberts Bridge
Title, side B
Timber Covered Bridges
Address
Across from 310 S. Beech Street
Eaton, 45320
Location
At the site of the bridge
Latitude
39.7405700
Longitude
-84.6385500
Subjects
Bridges, Eaton, Rivers

Picture Details

Title
Roberts Covered Bridge
Caption
This covered bridge in the oldest still (1962) standing in the state and the last of the "double-barreled" spans in Ohio. It was built across Seven Mile Creek on the Old Camden Road in 1829-30 by Orlistus Roberts and J.L. Campbell. Its three burr-arch trusses built of native oak and poplar with a clear span of 73 feet, support the double roadway (AL07524).