Weisenberger Mill Bridge Project to move forward

Weisenberger Mill Bridge over Elkhorn Creek in Scott and Woodford counties, built in 1935.

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – The state plans to move forward with an alternate plan that re-uses some elements of the existing Weisenberger Mill Bridge in an ongoing effort to re-open the road over Elkhorn Creek in Scott and Woodford counties.

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says the proposed solution fits within the context of the environment and provides a structure that can be safely utilized by the public and emergency vehicles.

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The current bridge was determined eligible for the National Register of Historic Places by the Kentucky State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO).  It’s a 5-panel truss, 72′ long structure with a 12′ wide concrete deck.  The truss span is approximately 40′ long, according to the state.

The current bridge dates to 1935.