|Location:||Crossing Kokosing River, east of Viaduct|
|Architectural Style:||Parker Through Truss|
|Original Owner:||C. A. & C. Railroad|
Servicing the Cleveland, Akron, & Columbus Railroad, this Parker through truss bridge was most likely constructed between the late-1870s and early-1900s. Constructed to replace an earlier bridge, most likely of wood-beam design, the current bridge crosses the Kokosing River on the east side of the Viaduct. Both the C. A. & C. freight and passenger depots are located along the former rail like that serviced downtown Mount Vernon. In the future, this bridge will service the Heart of Ohio Bike Trail, running from Centerburg to Mount Vernon.