Maysville Kentucky Blog

The Maysville Kentucky Blog is your guide to the beautiful and historic small town of Maysville Kentucky, snuggled into the rolling hills along the Ohio River. Though this blog has been discontinued, you can get your Maysville Kentucky fix over at Ken Downing's Mason County Kentucky Blog @ http://masoncountyky.blogspot.com

Comments: Photo of the Simon Kenton Bridge, 1930s

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Jeremy said...

Wine gets better with age and so do people Ken : )

10:09 PM
Ken Downing said...

I remember the " free the bridge" day. Gosh I'm gettin old....LOL

8:58 AM

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Photo of the Simon Kenton Bridge, 1930s

Downtown Maysville photograph (from the Aberdeen side), just after the new Simon Kenton Bridge was built. Those who live in the area will notice quite a few changes since then. The Simon Kenton Bridge is a suspension bridge built in 1931 and originally opened with a toll. Those tolls were removed in 1945 to much fanfare - including celebrations from the local Rotary and Lions club, and a parade in downtown Maysville. It crosses the Ohio River and its main span is 1,060 feet long, and the total length of the bridge is 1,991 feet.