Covered Bridges in Pennsylvania Wilds PA

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  • COVERED BRIDGE Rd. TOWNSHIP Rd. 816 Buttonwood, PA 17771
    570-320-2138
    The Buttonwood Bridge, also known as the Blockhouse Bridge, was built in 1898 with the Multiple King Truss Variant design. It is 169 feet long and spans Blockhouse Creek.
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  • Green Goose Rd. Trout Run, PA 17771
    570-320-2138
    Also called Buckhorn Covered Bridge, the 190-foot bridge is made of Burr-arch truss construction and spans Larry's Creek.
  • West of Lairdsville on Rte. 664 Hughesville, PA 17737
    570-320-2138
    Lairdsville Covered Bridge is a Burr-Arch timber bridge built in 1888. It is located in a quiet corner of the county between a farmer's barn and house.
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  • Southwest of Loganton over Fishing Creek Loganton, PA 17747
    570-725-3411
    The Logan Mills Covered Bridge is located on State Route 2007 in Logan Township. The 55 foot Queen Truss bridge was built in 1874 and carries Route 2007 over Fishing Creek in Clinton County. It...
  • Moore Bridge Road Brookville, PA 15825
    The McCracken Covered Bridge was built in 1975 and is a good example of king-post truss construction. It is located on a local farm, Wakefield Springs, and visitors are welcome.
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  • Route 219 Mahaffey, PA 15757
    814-849-5197
    The only covered bridge in Pennsylvania crossing the West Branch of the Susquehanna River. Built in 1875, this Burr Arch Truss Bridge covers a 107-foot span with an original cost of $175. After a...
  • Rt. 661 Rockton, PA 17901
    570-622-7700
    The bridge is one of two remaining covered bridges in Schuylkill County. At one time there were fifty-one of these wooden spans in the county. It is identical to the Rock Bridge styling.
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