Covered Bridges in Laurel Highlands PA

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  • Off Rt 281 to Ream Road to Covered Bridge Road Rockwood, PA 15557
    814-445-6431
    Built around 1845, the two-span Barronvale Bridge is the longest covered bridge in Somerset County. The wooden arches were added when repairs were made to the bridge in 1907. It spans the Laurel...
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  • East of Rt. 136, Northeast of West Newton West Newton, PA 15089
    Bells Mills is the last remaining covered bridge in Westmoreland County and connects Sewickley and South Huntingdon Township and Route 136 to I-70.
  • Burkholder Bridge Rd. Berlin, PA 15530
    814-445-6431
    Burkholder Covered Bridge was built in 1873 and has a king-post truss system with wooden arches.
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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...
  • Covered Bridge Rd. Shanksville, PA 15560
    814-445-6431
    Built in 1881, the Glessner Covered Bridge has a king-post truss system. It crosses the Stonycreek River and is open to light traffic.
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  • Route 653 Somerset, PA 15501
    814-445-6431
    King's Covered Bridge crosses Laurel Hill Creek. First built in the late 1800s, it was repaired in 1905 but today is closed to traffic. The bridge can still be seen and photographed from the road.
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  • Route 3007 Ursina, PA 15485
    814-445-6431
    Built in 1891, the Lower Humbert Covered Bridge has a king-post truss system with wooden arches.
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  • Town Hill Rd. New Baltimore, PA 15553
    814-445-6431
    Built in 1878, the New Baltimore Covered Bridge crosses Juniata Creek. It is open to light traffic.
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  • Packsaddle Rd. Fairhope, PA 15538
    814-445-6431
    The Packsaddle Covered Bridge is considered the most scenic covered bridge in Somerset County. It was built in 1870 and has a multiple king-post truss system.
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  • Covered Bridge Rd. Tire Hill, PA 15959
    814-445-6431
    The Shaffer Covered Bridge was built in 1879 and is open to light traffic.
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