Bridges to the Past

Ringos Mill Covered Bridge

On Route 158 near Ringos Mills, Fleming County. ca 1869.

Ringos Mill Covered Bridge

  • Ringos Mill Bridge carries KY 158 across Fox Creek near Ringos Mills in southeastern Fleming county. It was built around 1869 and is an 81-foot double post and brace design.
  • North side of SR 158 and Rawlings Road intersection over Fox Creek (Rawlings Road is approximately 0.2 miles north of Ringos Mill).
  • Location: N38° 16.109' W83° 36.588'
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Bridges to the Past Two-Day Tour:

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