Photos Navy ship museum navigates Ohio River on September 11, 2015 More in Photos: Gift for the Winter Solstice: A rainbow over Green Bank December 27, 2018 Spotted in Pocahontas: Insect fashion show November 5, 2018 Protected: Media Alert – Photos, notes, video links from the WV Supreme Court tour August 6, 2018 Weirton Daily Times photo by Stephen HubaThe USS LST 325 passes under the Newell Toll Bridge shortly after 3 p.m. Wednesday on its way to Cincinnati. The naval ship is one of only two World War II-era LST vessels – out of hundreds made – still active in the United States. LSTs (Landing Ship, Tank) were used during D-Day and other World War II battles to deploy tanks, supplies and soldiers on beaches. The LST 325, now a floating museum that is docked in Evansville, Ind., just finished a six-day visit to Pittsburgh and will be on display in Cincinnati from Saturday through Wednesday. To see more from the Weirton Daily Times, subscribe here.