Tim and Ingrid Cassidy of Boardman stopped to chat before heading off across the Lanterman Falls Bridge
Published on September 25, 2009
Joe Gaal and son Eric catching the last rays at the Lanterman Mill
Jodi, John and 11 month old Evan Kelly of Youngstown, were out for a stroll on the Suspension Bridge
The green flats and wooded area around the bridge is referred to as 'The Indian Circle' or the 'Cricket Field' after the British game
Tim and Ingrid Cassidy pedal over the bridge
The site held several bridges over the years. Covered bridges helped to keep horses calm as they crossed over water
Tall grasses and weeds bring out the yellows and oranges of the Parapet Bridge
The Suspension Bridge, by any other name, retains an air of intrigue
The Parapet Bridge was built in 1913 and is considered to be one of the finest of its kind in the United States
Ahhh Mill Creek Park. Probably the last great thing standing in my fair hometown. Great photos. Let's see more!
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