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Buckeye Furnace covered bridge (Jackson County), Ohio.    Don O'Brien/Flickr

of Wellston, Ohio at Buckeye Furnace the bridge spans Little Raccoon Creek, The bridge has been remodeled and carries the traffic of a township road.

Johnson Road covered bridge (Jackson County), Ohio.    Don O'Brien/Flickr

Johnson Road Covered Bridge was built in 1870 and rehabilitated in This Jackson County covered bridge stretches over Brushy Fork Little Scioto River on Johnson Road near Petersburg in southwestern Scioto Township.

14) Everett Road covered bridge (Summit County)

You Will Fall In Love With These 20 Beautiful Covered Bridges In Ohio

20 Beautiful Covered Bridges In Ohio

Weekend Getaway in Ohio's Wine Country | Midwest Living

Weekend Getaway in Ohio's Wine Country

Covered bridges and lush farmland give way to bountiful vineyards south of Lake Erie. Things to do in Ohio's wine country include the Bridges Driving Tour and the Grand River Canoe Livery and there are 40 wineries tucked along the Lake Erie shore.

Along the way, you'll see several beautiful bridges, including Hapersfield Covered Bridge (pictured below), which used to be the longest covered bridge in America.

Take This Road To Nowhere In Ohio To Get Away From It All

The Covered Bridges Byway in Ashtabula County is a beautiful way to take in some of Ohio's back road scenery and discover some covered bridges.

~~I took this scenic photo of a covered bridge on a warm January day. Of the many covered bridges in Ashtabula County, Ohio, this one has always been my favorite. Photo by David Christy.

Autumn artistry :: This covered bridge surrounded by fall foliage caught my eye when I visited Bethel, Maine, in late autumn. Photo by Rosemary Leigh.

The Bridge of Dreams - Brinkhaven, OH Longest covered bridge in Ohio :)

This is Ohio's longest covered bridge, located over the Mohican River in Knox County Ohio. The covered bridge is located on the Mohican Valley Trail, connecting the villages of Brinkhaven and Danville.

Mull Covered Bridge: An 1842 Town lattice bridge reaches 100 feet across the East Branch of Wolf Creek on County Road 9-0 near Old Fort, Ohio. Renovated in 1990. Open only to foot traffic.

Mull Covered Bridge, 1842 Town lattice bridge 100 feet on E. branch, Wolf Creek, County Road near Old Fort, Ohio. Renovated Open to foot traffic.

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