Clermont County Ohio Historical Photographs



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Over the past 50 plus years the Clermont County Hostorical Society has collected and scanned photographs of the county from historical documents, books and newspapers. We hope you enjoy this historical collection of photographs from the county. More detailed descriptions of the photographs are in the historical societies archive. The photo archive has been index to assist in searching this collection of Clermont County, Ohio

Image search results - "Stonelick Covered Bridge"
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Stonelick Covered Bridge Plaque382 viewsStonelick Covered Bridge Plaque with bridge information.
Phot - Ron Hill 2015
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STONELICK COVERED BRIDGE - STOCKPILE OF SIDING291 viewsSTONELICK COVERED BRIDGE
STOCKPILE OF SIDING TAKEN OFF BRIDGE
1/12/2014 RON HILL PHOTO
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STONELICK COVERED BRIDGE - BENEATH BRIDGE287 viewsSTONELICK COVERED BRIDGE
VIEW FROM BENEATH BRIDGE
1/12/2014 Ron Hill Photo
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STONELICK COVERED BRIDGE - Siding266 viewsSTOCKPILE OF SIDING TAKEN OFF BRIDGE
Ron Hill photo 1/12/2014
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STONELICK COVERED BRIDGE - Inside Bridge305 viewsSTONELICK COVERED BRIDGE - Inside bridge
1/12/2014 View on inside bridge.
Ron Hill Photo
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View of south abutment. Ron Hill photo250 viewsView of south abutment.
Ron Hill photo 1/12/2014
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STONELICK COVERED BRIDGE - South Abutment244 viewsSTONELICK COVERED BRIDGE, 1/12/2014
View of south abutment
Ron Hill photo
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Sheet metal roofing from bridge272 viewsSheet metal roofing from bridge, ready to be hauled away & rip-rap placed along side the abutment.
Photo by Ron Hill March 23, 2014
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False work in Stonelick Creek 01256 viewsFalse work in Stonelick Creek The dross I-beam is 24”x9” and the post I-beam are 12”x12”
Photo by Ron Hill March 23, 2014
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False work in Stonelick Creek220 viewsFalse work in Stonelick Creek The dross I-beam is 24”x9” and the post I-beam are 12”x12”
Photo by Ron Hill March 23, 2014
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End piece of the iron rods 02230 viewsEnd piece of the iron rods in the Howl Truss. Note the threads near the end. The rod could be tightened in this manner.
Photo by Ron Hill March 23, 2014
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26”x5 1/4”x ½ inch plate234 viewsThe 26”x5 1/4”x ½ inch plate on the bottom of the cord to which the iron rods passed through. The nut and bolt shown in 8271 snugged up to this plate.
Photo by Ron Hill March 23, 2014
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