This is my posting for the My World meme . It is hosted by Klaus, Ivar,Sandy, Wren, Louise and myself. Last week there were 102 people showing their worlds to us. Won't you join in, I want to see where you live and thrive. Here is part of 'My World'.
I started a series of bridges in My World # 8. Last week was the second in the series and this week I give you the Haymaker Parkway Bridge. It was named after John Haymaker who came from Pittsburgh, PA to the banks of the Cuyahoga River in 1805 the year when Ohio became a state. In 1807 he built a grist mill on the river. This is the only bridge in town that crosses both the Cuyahoga River and the railroad tracks that split the city of Kent into two parts. This is at the crossing of State Routes 59 and 43 in Kent. You can see it is well lit and has protection from anyone jumping off the bridge.
This is a view from the river of the bridge from river level. You can see it is a high level bridge.