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Elevation from southeast quadrant.
Panoramic elevation from southeast quadrant.
Elevation from northwest quadrant.
Partial elevation views from southeast quadrant.
Views beside bridge from southeast quadrant.
Portal views of through truss spans facing north.
Portal views on through truss spans facing north.
Portal view on bridge facing south.
Views of truss web.
Zoomed portal views facing north.
Zoomed view of truss web.
View on truss span sidewalk facing north.
View on truss span sidewalk facing south.
View on girder span sidewalk facing south.
Discovery of the Ohio River plaque.
2nd Street plaque.
Interpretive sign, located west of the bridge some distance along the north side of the river, toward the Falls of the Ohio Bridge.
Top chord connections as viewed from beside bridge.
Top chord connections as viewed from on bridge.
Intermediate connections as viewed from on bridge.
Bottom chord connections as viewed from beside bridge.
Bottom chord connections as viewed from on bridge.
Intermediate connections as viewed from beside bridge.
Hinge at suspended span as viewed from beside bridge.
Hinge at suspended span as viewed from on bridge.
Main posts and associated portal bracing.
Vertical end posts and associated portal bracing at double-anchor pier.
Expansion joint at double anchor pier.
Inclined end post at southern end.
Sway bracing connections.
Views under bridge.
View beside south approach from southeast quadrant.
Views under southern approach.
Views beside south approach from southwest quadrant.
Riveted door at south abutment.
View beside northern approach from northeast quadrant.
View looking northwest at northern approach.
Views under north approach.
Riveted door at north abutment.
Approach girder details.
Expansion joint at north end of south approach.
Pier and gauging station.
Posted weight limit.
Views from bridge.
Nearby view of city skyline.