The Cincinnati–Newport Bridge, also known as the Central Bridge, was a cantilever bridge which crossed the Ohio River between Newport, Kentucky and Cincinnati, Ohio. It was completed in 1890 and demolished in 1992 to make way for the Taylor-Southgate Bridge, which opened in 1995.
|Official name||Central Bridge|
|Followed by||Taylor-Southgate Bridge|
Some pieces of the ornate ironwork were transferred from the Cincinnati–Newport Bridge to the Taylor-Southgate Bridge.
- Schrage, Robert (July 1, 2006). Along the Ohio River: Cincinnati to Louisville. Arcadia Publishing. p. 26. Retrieved 2013-05-27.
- "100-year-old bridge demolished". The Galveston Daily News. Galveston, TX. AP. March 21, 1992. Retrieved July 11, 2016 – via Newspapers.com.
- Yoder, Robert (2005). Newport in Vintage Postcards. Arcadia Publishing. p. 17.
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- Cincinnati-Newport Bridge cincinnati-transit.net
- Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) No. KY-28, "U.S. Route 27 Central Bridge, Spanning Ohio River, Newport, Campbell County, KY", 34 photos, 7 data pages, 3 photo caption pages