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the past 50 plus years the Clermont County Hostorical Society has collected and scanned photographs of the county from historical documents, books and newspapers.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

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LOG_CABIN_WIL.jpg
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EDENTON.jpg
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EDENTON_ROAD_SIGN.jpg
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Mt_Moriah_Chapel.jpg
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Train Lines of Clermont County553 viewsMap of the train lines that ran in Clermont County Ohio55555
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N&W Crossing Bridge541 viewsN&W RR train crossing the Little Miami River, East of Williamsburg.55555
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Marathon_C_C_substation.jpg
576 viewsCincinnati and Columbus Traction Co. Marathon substation. The station manger lived up stairs and the ticket office and freight room was on the first floor. This building also housed the electrical works for the line. The building burned down in 2010.55555
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526 viewsLittle Miami Railroad Locomotive-1800's55555
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Hills_Station2C_Goshen.jpg
531 viewsB&O RR station "HILLS STATION" east of Loveland. It served Goshen Twp. area. Photo: Goshen Historical Society55555
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EDENTON_TRACTION.jpg
571 viewsCincinnati, Milford & Loveland traction car at the Edenton Station.55555
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CG_P_car.jpg
541 viewsCincinnati, georgetown & Portsmith trolly car55555
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482 viewsThe steel bridge on the left across Stonelick Creek replaced a covered bridge at this site near St. Philomena Church. The concrete bridge on the right replaced the steel bridge.55555
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