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  • West of7 Stars, off Rte. 2017 Millersburg, PA 17061
    You'll find this treasure spanning across Cocolanus Creek in Greenwood Township.
  • Route 56 Pleasantville, PA 15521
    Dr. Knisely Covered Bridge spans Dunnings Creek but is not passable. It is 80 feet long and has open sides and a metal roof.
    Website
  • Spans Middle Creek in Beaver Township Beavertown, PA 17813
    Dreese's Covered Bridge is a great example of the covered bridges that were so important to the area. Covered bridge over Middle Creek, northeast of Beavertown. Come and see it for yourself!
  • off Rte. 143 Lenhartsville, PA 19534
    The covered bridge is in current use across Maiden Creek. Eave-covered windows peer over the sides.
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  • Old Main St., downtown Brownsville, PA 15417
    724-785-9331
    Dedicated July 4, 1839 and heralded as the first cast iron bridge built in the United States, it is still in use today with no weight restrictions. This bridge has received five historical and...
  • MINGO CREEK COUNTY PARK Eighty Four, PA 15330
    412-228-6867
    Ebenezer Bridge is one of the most popular covered bridges in Washington County today. The bridge orginally crossed the south fork of Maple Creek near Ginger Hill. It was moved to Mingo Creek Park...
  • Adams Grove Road Blain, PA 17006
    The Enslow Covered Bridge is a Burr-arch truss bridge built in 1904. It is located southeast of Blain.
  • Erskine Road West Alexander, PA 15376
    Built in 1845 by William Gordon, this is the oldest bridge in the country. It sits only one-tenth of a mile from the West Virginia border, which makes the Erskine Bridge the bridge farthest west in...
  • Geigel Hill Rd. Tinicum, PA 18947
    Located on Giegel Hill Road in Tinicum Township, Erwinna Bridge was built in 1832 and crosses the Lodi Creek. The shortest bridge in Bucks County is noted for its lattice-type construction. Erwinna...
  • 40-50 Esther Furnace Rd Catawissa, PA 17820
    570-784-8279
    Built in 1881, the Esther Furnace Bridge crosses Roaring Creek. It is another good example in the county of Queen Truss construction.
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