This is the first in a series that will feature the works and history of the Bellefontaine Bridge and Iron Company, a company of local historical interest. My initial research shows that this local company had built a number of bridges around Ohio and a few in other states. Further research is planned to try and shed light on more history surrounding this company and it’s projects.
I’ve been in contact with a gentleman from Elkhart, Indiana that has been corresponding with me about what he could and has been kind enough to provide me with some good leads and has already graced us with some beautiful pics.
Here is a fine example of Bellefontaine Bridge and Iron Company work that is in Marion County, Kansas. (A gentleman contacted me and informed me that this is actually in Illinois. -ed) It is a Pratt through truss bridge over Cottonwood River. 
Here is a list (not sure of it’s completeness) of bridges built by Bellefontaine Bridge and Iron Company: source
Any information or pictures of these bridges would be greatly appreciated. Thanks for reading!
Original image: Library of Congress via Wiki Commons
Bickham Covered Bridge over South Fork Miami River on CR 38 in Washington Township. The design is a Covered Howe through truss built in 1877 and rehabilitated in 1959. 
Images: Wiki Commons