Welcome to Frank Brusca's
Facebook   Twitter
Random Page
US 40 Shield
The best source of historic and contemporary information for America's finest transcontinental highway.
If you see a page you like, bookmark it with the social media links below.


Barkcamp Creek Bridge

Township Highway 814
Morristown, OH 43718

Barkcamp Creek Bridge is stone arch bridge spanning Barkcamp Creek 1/2 mile east of Morristown, Belmont County, Ohio on a decommissioned section of the highway, north of the current alignment.

The bridge was built around 1828 and was part of the original National Pike and the original alignment of Route 40; today it is marked as Township Road 814. In the photo below, note the Masonic symbol in the keystone.

Catalog Information:

Ohio DOT Inventory: 733806

HABS: 1971

HAER: 1975

View user comments below.

Barkcamp Creek Bridge
Barkcamp Creek Bridge 1983; photo Ohio Department of Transportation.

For more information:

User Comments · Add a Comment


No comments have been posted.

Feedback: Do you have corrections or contributions for this page? Want to make a suggestion? Click here to send me an e-mail. I am espcially interested in memories, stories, postcards and photographs. Thanks!


Last updated: 2009-09-08 04:28:09

  Works best with Firefox.


Frank X. Brusca. All rights reserved.

Contact · About · Advertising · Terms · Privacy · Legal
Hosted by 1&1