Two loop drives lead to 18 covered bridges, as well as many of the area’s 20 family-run wineries. .Ashtabula County, Ohio, driving tour | Midwest Living

Ashtabula County, Ohio, driving tour

Ashtabula County is home to 18 different covered bridges that can be seen by going on a driving tour of the area. The bridge in the picture is the Netcher Road Bridge that has been constructed over Mill Creek in Jefferson Township.

Mudhouse Mansion is an abandoned house located in Fairfield County, just east of Lancaster, Ohio. It's a very imposing, impressive place built into a hill, with a number of outbuildings surrounding it. With its empty windows and isolated location, Mudhouse Mansion practically screams haunted house. And, appropriately enough, it is one.

Mudhouse Mansion is an abandoned house located in Fairfield County, just east of Lancaster, at 4730 Mudhouse Road. It's a very imposing, impressive place built into a hill, with a number of outbuildings surrounding it.

Covered Bridges In Ohio Map | County Covered Bridge map only shows the number of Covered Bridges ...

Ohio Covered Bridges listed in Historic Bridge Guide (this site is not completely up-to-date and accurate)

This is the taboo abandoned home known in Lancaster, Ohio as "Mud House Mansion." I photographed it recently while visiting my daughter there. It is everything they say and so much more. A lovely old home that is just left to die. Heartbreaking and exhilarating at the same time.

Mudhouse Mansion is an abandoned house located in Fairfield County, just east of Lancaster, at 4730 Mudhouse Road. It's a very imposing, impressive place built into a hill, with a number of outbuildings surrounding it.

URGENT! THIS BABY WANTS OUT OF THE CARROLL COUNTY OHIO KILL SHELTER! PLEASEEE HELP! City: Carrollton, OH Shelter: Carroll County Cage Number /Name - #13 Barney Phone Number: 330-627-4244

URGENT! THIS BABY WANTS OUT OF THE CARROLL COUNTY OHIO KILL SHELTER! PLEASEEE HELP! City: Carrollton, OH Shelter: Carroll County Cage Number /Name – #13 Barney Phone Number: 330-627-4244

URGENT! THIS BABY WANTS OUT OF THE CARROLL COUNTY OHIO KILL SHELTER! PLEASEEE HELP! City: Carrollton, OH Shelter: Carroll County Cage Number /Name - #13 Barney Phone Number: 330-627-4244

Mudhouse Mansion is an abandoned house located in Fairfield County, just east of Lancaster, at 4730 Mudhouse Road. It's a very imposing, impressive place built into a hill, with a number of outbuildings surrounding it. With its empty windows and isolated location, Mudhouse Mansion practically screams haunted house. And, appropriately enough, it is one.

The Forgotten Mansion Houses of Ohio – Mudhouse Mansion, Renick Farmhouse, Sidwell and Greg-Crites Octagon – Abandoned Playgrounds

One of Ohio's bicentennial  barns, Darke Co (number 16) (this barn is now gone)

One of Ohio's bicentennial barns, Darke Co (number (this barn is now gone)

Take a tour of Hardin County, Ohio. www.notquiteamish.com

I'll Take You There: Visit Hardin County, Ohio

Ohio Bicentennial Barns - Hamilton County

Hamilton County - Ohio Location: At 7941 East Miami River Road. At interseection with Thompson Rd. Latitude: Longitude: Notes: Top photo by Caroline Huppi This was the barn to be painted.

The Poke Patch Settlement was a predominantly African-American community. The community was located in Lawrence County, in Ohio. A large number of African Americans, including many former slaves, found employment as farmers or in theThe Poke Patch Settlement was a predominantly African-American community. The community was located in Lawrence County, in Ohio. A large number of African Americans, including many former slaves, found employment as farmers or in the area’s booming iron industry…

The Poke Patch Settlement was a predominantly African-American community. The community was located in Lawrence County, in Ohio. A large number of African Americans, including many former slaves, found employment as farmers or in theThe Poke Patch Settlement was a predominantly African-American community. The community was located in Lawrence County, in Ohio. A large number of African Americans, including many former slaves, found employment as farmers or in the area’s booming iron industry…

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