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Lloydsville Bridge

Lloydsville Road
Lloydsville, OH 43950

The Lloydsville Bridge is stone arch bridge spanning a tributary of Wheeling Creek on the east end of Lloydsville, Belmont County, Ohio on a decommissioned section of the highway, south of the current alignment.

The bridge has a single 12 foot arch and was built in the 1800s. It was part of the original National Pike and the original alignment of Route 40; today it is marked as County Highway 40B and Lloydsville Road.

Catalog Information:

Ohio Historic Inventory/Ohio Archaeological Inventory: #BEL-0967-07

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Lloydsville Bridge, 1983
Lloydsville Bridge 1983; photo Ohio Department of Transportation.

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