bridges were feats of architectural artwork. The one presented here
is the Windsor Mills bridge–in Ashtabula County, Ohio–which spans
Phelps Creek that flows into the Grand River. It was built in 1867
and renovated in 2002-3. It sits on cut stone abutments, one made
from sandstone quarried nearby, and the other from creek stone. This
bridge is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
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