Historic Sites - Ohio
Here are links to some notable historc sites found along Route 40.
|John and Annie Glenn House (New Concord, OH)|
"This is the third location for this house! It originally stood on a hillside overlooking the Fox Creek S-Bridge, but when Route 40 was widened in the......"
|Headley Inn (Zanesville, OH)|
"Built by Usual Headley in 1802......."
|Anti-Saloon League Museum (Westerville, OH)|
"For almost 150 years Westerville was one of the driest communities in the United States, having outlawed "the sale, barter or gift of wine, fermented ......"
|Boylston House (site) (Columbus, OH)|
"Apartment building built ca. 1880. This location is now an empty lot......."
|Wendy's No. 1 (closed) (Columbus, OH)|
"On November 15, 1969, Dave Thomas opened the very first Wendy's in this former automobile dealership. By the way, those blue and white stripes on the......"
|Reuben Warren House (Harmony, OH)|
"This former inn and tavern appears to have been razed. There is no mention of it in the Ohio National Road Intrinsic Quality Inventory from 2001 nor ......"
|Bretney Tannery (Springfield, OH)|
"Opened in 1829 by Harry V. Bretney. One of the oldest buildings in Springfield. It appears that it is no longer standing......."
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Last updated: 2010-08-10 20:12:24
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