Youngstown, Ohio: Cinderella Bridge

1895 suspension bridge in a wooded park was deliberately designed to look like something out of a fairy tale. You can still drive across it.

Mill Creek Park

W. Valley Drive, Youngstown, OH
Mill Creek Park. Southwest of the city. From US-62 turn at the stoplight into the park on E. Park Drive for a quarter-mile. Turn left onto Valley Drive. Follow a half-mile to the bridge.
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Cinderella Bridge.

Cinderella Bridge

A unique silver, architecturally designed suspension bridge, first built in 1895, looks like it leads to a castle. The bridge crosses Mill Creek in Mill Creek Park.

[Patsy Lewis, 06/18/2019]

The ornate bridge was restored in 2007, and vehicles are still welcome to drive across it.

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