Covered Bridges in Pittsburgh & Its Countryside PA

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  • Newland School Road West Finley, PA 15377
    This Kingspost truss-type bridge is located on a rough gravel road and has a three-ton weight limit. It was built in 1875 and is 27'6" in length and 12'7" in width. It has a tin-covered gable roof,...
  • State Rte. 4002 Creekside, PA 15732
    724-238-5661
    Originally built in 1879, the Thomas Covered Bridge was rebuilt in 1998. Since the bridge floor is paved, the bridge is drivable.
  • Rte. 119 North, Five Points Rd. Indiana, PA 15701-9342
    724-463-8636
    This 41-foot bridge with a 14-foot roadway is located over Plum Creek and was built in 1870. It was named for nearby property owner Robert Trusal. This bridge is the shortest and the oldest of the...
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  • Route 2011 Garards Fort, PA 15334
    724-627-8687
    White Covered Bridge is a pristine white bridge crossing Whiteley Creek. It is located under a railroad bridge next to Garard's Fort.
  • Southeast of Avella Avella, PA 15312
    Wilson's Mill Covered Bridge spans Cross Creek in Cross Creek Township.
  • RIDGE ROAD Eighty Four, PA 15330
    724-228-5520
    The Wright Bridge has a tin-covered gable roof with vertical plank siding that is painted barn red inside and out. The deck, abutments, wingwalls, and timber supports resting in the stream are...
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  • TEMPLETON RUN ROAD West Finley, PA 15377
    Originally located in West Finley this 1915 Queenpost bridge was moved to East Finley Park in 2001. The vertical plank siding is painted red both inside and out and festures a tin covered gable...
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