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Preservation & Restoration

The Zoar Valley Trail

Recent projects completed to improve the Zoar Valley Trail

Pedestrian bridge near Bolivar

A pedestrian bridge has been constructed to carry the Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail and the Zoar Valley Trail across Interstate 77 near Fort Laurens in Bolivar. For more information, visit http://www.ohiobikeways.net/erietowpath.htm.

Construction of pedestrian bridge (1)
July 2006
Construction on pedestrian bridge (2)
July 2006
Construction on pedestrian bridge (3)
July 2006
Construction on pedestrian bridge (4)
July 2006
Construction on pedestrian bridge (5)
September 2006
Construction on pedestrian bridge (6)
September 2006
Construction on pedestrian bridge (7)
September 2006
Construction on pedestrian bridge (8)
November 2006
Construction on pedestrian bridge (9)
November 2006
Construction on pedestrian bridge (10)
November 2006
Construction on pedestrian bridge (11)
May 2007
Construction on pedestrian bridge (12)
May 2007
Construction on pedestrian bridge (13)
May 2007

Reconstruction of Zoarville Station Bridge

The Zoarville Station Bridge at Camp Tuscazoar has been restored and reconstructed.  This historic bridge is the only Fink Through-Truss bridge known to exist in the United States.  The bridge carries the Zoar Valley Trail, the intrastate Ohio-to-Erie Trail and Buckeye Trail, and the interstate North Country Scenic Trail across Conotton Creek. The bridge also gives the youth using Camp Tuscazoar access to the Ohio-Erie Canal Corridor and the towpath trail. Check out the photos of our grand re-opening in September 2007!

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