Covered Bridges in The Alleghenies PA

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  • Juniata Business and Industry, Incorporated Box 70 Mifflintown, PA 17059
    717-436-8201
    Experience the magic and romance of the old-fashioned covered bridge on the Juniata County Covered Bridge Tour. See five covered bridges, one of which was built in 1882. These bridges span the...
  • Route 333 Mifflintown, PA 17059
    717-248-6713
    Originally built in 1858, Lehman Bridge was destroyed by floodwaters in 1972 and rebuilt from the original wood. The bridge is 108 feet long and is a two-span, Burr-Truss bridge.
  • Old Rte. 22 Duncansville, PA 16635
    814-943-4183
    The Muleshoe Curve Bridge was built by the Portage Railroad in 1904 -- east of the Gallitzen Tunnels reopened as a freight bypass.
  • Route 869 Osterburg, PA 16667
    Even though this bridge is now closed, it is still an interesting bridge to see. Built in 1890, this Burr Truss bridge crosses Bob's Creek.
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  • Old Mill Rd. Mifflintown, PA 17059
    717-248-6713
    At 271 fee long, the Pomeroy-Academia Covered Bridge claims to be the longest remaining covered bridge in Pennsylvania. It was built in 1902 and is a double-span, Burr Truss design.
  • Township Rte. 559 New Paris, PA 15539
    Ryot Covered Bridge is 83 feet long and of Burr Truss construction.
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  • Route 522 Orbisonia, PA 17243
    Saint Mary's Covered Bridge is one of many covered bridges located in scenic Huntingdon County.
  • Township Rte. 578 Alum Bank, PA 16603
    Snooks Covered Bridge is named after Jacob Snooks, who once lived near the bridge. Built in 1883, it crosses Dunnings Creek.
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  • Township Rte. 418 Manns Choice, PA 15550
    Turner's Covered Bridge, built in 1892, is an 89 feet long Burr Truss bridge with open sides.
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