Bridges to the Past

Hillsboro Covered Bridge

Alongside Route 111 near Grange City, Fleming County. ca 1865.

Hillsboro Covered Bridge

  • The Hillsboro Bridge carried KY 111 across Fox Creek south of Hillsboro in southeastern Fleming county. It was built between 1865 and 1870 and is an 86-foot long double post and brace design.
  • West side of SR 111 at the intersection of SR 111 and Ringo Mills - Grange City Road Intersection (Ringo Mills - Grange City Road is approximately 2.8 miles south of Hillsboro).
  • Location: N38° 15.3' W83° 39.2'
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Kentucky's 12 remaining covered bridges can be visited in a pleasant two-day tour and our suggested tour begins on day one in either Georgetown, Kentucky (along Interstate 75 north of Lexington) or Cincinnati, Ohio, continuing on day two at Interstate 64 exit # 172 near Grayson.

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