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  • Route 2024 Oriental, PA 17045
    717-248-6713
    The Sheaffer Covered Bridge was built in 1907. It is 91 feet long and crosses Mahatango Creek
  • Covered Bridge Perkasie, PA 18944-1693
    Actually between East Rockhill and Haycock Townships, this 1873-built 15-foot-wide bridge spans 130 feet across Tohickon Creek.
  • Adele Ave. Manheim, PA 17545
    717-299-8901
    This bridge was originally built in 1847, then rebuilt nine years later by Jacob Clare following extensive flood damage. Scheduled to be replaced with a concrete bridge in 1970, local residents...
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  • EAST HEMPFIELD TOWNSHIP Manheim, PA 17545
    717-299-8901
    Originally built in 1847, Shenck's Mill Covered Bridge was rebuilt in 1855 $837 after extensive flood damage. It is the 3rd oldest bridge in the county still open to traffic. Shenck is spelled...
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  • Route 19053, off Rte. 442 Iola, PA 17846
    570-784-8279
    Built in 1881, Shoemaker Covered Bridge crosses West Branch Run and is of Queen Truss construction.
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  • Hargus Creek Rd. Rogersville, PA 15359
    724-627-8687
    Shriver Covered Bridge crosses Hargus Creek in picturesque farmland.
  • Hickon Rd. Richlandtown, PA 18955
    This small covered bridge is a footbridge that crosses a small pond. Built in 1974, it is located on private property so ask permission to visit.
  • WEST HEMPFIELD TOWNSHIP Columbia, PA 17512
    717-299-8901
    Built 1885, Siegrist's Mill Covered Bridge is also known as Michael Moore's Mill Bridge. The name changed when the Siegrist family purchased the mill in 1895. Be sure to visit nearby Forry's Mill...
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  • Route 73 Skippack, PA 19474
    Built in 1997, the Skippack Village Bridge was built by Amish carpenters. It is a beautiful example of a covered bridge.
  • Smithfield St. at the Monongahela River Pittsburgh, PA 15219
    At over 110 years old, the Smithfield Street Bridge is the oldest steel bridge in the country. It was originally designed and built in 1845 by John Roebling, who eventually went on to design the...
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