|Comments:|| The three-span, masonry arch bridge that was built in 1901 and reconstructed in 1908. The bridge is 128ft. in length with a 14ft. roadway width, a 17ft. out-to-out deck width and a 14ft. approach roadway width. The bridge carries one travel lane. There are no sidewalks, curbs, shoulders or standard guardrail on the bridge. The stacked stone extends approximately 2ft. above the roadway. The bridge is posted for a 10 ton load limit. The bridge is listed as a “Non-Select” bridge in the Indiana Historic Bridge Inventory. The status of this bridge is currently "pending" which means that its future is currently unknown as the Section 106 historic review process is on-going. Depending on the outcome of the Section 106 consultation, interested parties may be able to acquire the bridge. Boone County is now accepting proposals for the rehabilitation and reuse, or the storage and and future reuse of the bridge.
Boone County Bridge No. 41 is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.