Sandor Gulyas will address the Big Walnut Area Historical Society
at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday February 11th in the Myers Inn Meeting Room. He
will discuss covered bridges in Delaware County and the difficulties
in locating them.
Chambers Road Covered Bridge
in Porter Township is the last
covered bridge in Delaware County.
Gulyas has been a resident of Kingston Township for over half his
life. He graduated from Buckeye Valley High School in 1993,
has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Geography from Ohio State
University and Masters of Arts degree in Geography from Louisiana
From 1999-2007, Gulyas was part owner and co-creative director of
the website, roadfan.com.
which featured photography of various roadside scenery from Ohio and
Mr. Gulyas has been an assistant librarian at the Delaware County
Historical Society for over three years, specializing in
cartographic and transportation history as well as the digital
aspects of photography.
His interest in covered bridges is just part of his life interest in
maps, travel, highways, and most things geographical.
For this talk, Sandor Gulyas will be sharing the history and
locations of covered bridges throughout Delaware County as well as
discussing the difficulties he has experienced in identifying the
various covered bridges that have stood in Delaware County at
various times in our history by sharing various photos from the
Delaware County Historical Society’s collection.
All BWAHS meetings are open to the public on the 2nd Tuesday of the
month at 7:30 in the Myers Inn which faces Sunbury Village Square in
the center of Sunbury.
The Myers Inn Museum is owned and operated by the BWAHS and is open
10-3 on Saturdays, 12-3 on Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays.
Admission is by donation. To learn more about the Historical
Society, the Museum or Local History look at other links on this