Covered Bridges in Pittsburgh & Its Countryside PA

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  • OLD STEUBENVILLE PIKE Burgettstown, PA 15021
    412-729-3657
    The McClurg Bridge, aslo referred to as the ...
  • McConnell's Mill State Park New Castle, PA 16051
    724-368-8811
    Travel over a part of history. Built in 1874, the bridge crosses over Slippery Rock Creek, in McConnell's Mill State Park. Built with Howe truss support system.
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  • 401 Meadowcroft Rd. Avella, PA 15312-2759
    Built in 1871, orginally in Green County, the bridge ia moved to The Meadowcroft Museum of Rural Life in 1962. The Museum recreates 19th century American life. The bridge is simular in color but...
  • Skyview Road West Finley, PA 15377
    Although the exact year and builder are unknown, it is thought that Leonard Pants returned home after he worked on the Nation Road in 1880, after the death of his father and built the structure....
  • North of Paris Crossing Aunt Clara'a Fork of King's Creek Paris, PA 15021
    The Ralston Freeman Covered Bridge is one of many covered bridges in Washington County. It has red sides and a white peaked roof.
  • Route 221 Taylorstown, PA 15365
    The Sawhill Bridge, built in 1915, was one of two covered bridges during WWI due to the shortage of steel. The Queenpost truss bridge is 12'6" wide and 57" long and is located on Route 221 over...
  • Route 21 North Rogersville, PA 15359
    724-627-8687
    Scott Covered Bridge is a small covered bridge located in a wooded portion of Greene County.
  • Allegheny River at 7th Street Pittsburgh, PA 15222
    412-281-7711
    Built in 1926, the Seventh Street Bridge is one of three identical suspension bridges spanning the Allegheny River.
  • Hargus Creek Rd. Rogersville, PA 15359
    724-627-8687
    Shriver Covered Bridge crosses Hargus Creek in picturesque farmland.
  • 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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