Bridges to the Past

Oldtown Covered Bridge

Alongside Route 3111 near Oldtown, Greenup County. ca 1800.

Oldtown Covered Bridge

  • The Oldtown Bridge, built about 1880 in southern Greenup county, is a 187-foot double post and brace bridge. Rebuilt sometime in the late 1990s. A good deal of new material was used to reconstruct the bridge, which changed its original appearance.
  • North side of SR 3111 (Frazier Road) approximately 0.2 miles east of SR 1. (SR 3111 is approximately 1.6 miles north of the SR 1 and SSR 784 intersection).
  • Location: N38° 25.904' W82° 53.678'
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