WELCOME TO THE NEW KING BRIDGE MUSEUM WEBSITE!
WE HAVE BEEN OFFLINE FOR SEVERAL MONTHS DUE TO TECHNICAL CHALLENGES. WELCOME BACK!
You can still search the old website archives at: www.KingBridgeCo.com and using the Google Search box on the website.
Please also check out the Cleveland State University’s King Bridge Company website at: www.ClevelandMemory.org/King
The King Iron Bridge & Manufacturing Company of Cleveland, Ohio (later the King Bridge Company) was founded by Zenas King in 1858.
Many of the Company’s bridges were used during America’s expansion West in the late 1800′s and early 1900′s and some of these bridges are still standing today.
Founded in 1858 by Zenas King (1818 – 1892) and subsequently managed by his sons, James A. King and Harry W. King and his grandson, Norman C. King…
Many of the Company’s bridges were used during America’s expansion West in the late 1800′s and early 1900′s…
There are many memorabilia remaining from the King Bridge Co. Available to view are things such as postcards, catalogs and bridge drawings..