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  • Route 522 Orbisonia, PA 17243
    Saint Mary's Covered Bridge is one of many covered bridges located in scenic Huntingdon County.
  • Route 548 Millville, PA 17846
    Built in 1876, it's named after local farmer and businessman, Samuel Eckman. This bridge is a beautiful example of Queen Truss construction.
  • Route 50037 Saville, PA 17074
    Built in 1903, Saville Bridge crosses Big Buffalo Creek.
  • 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...
  • Auction Rd. Manheim, PA 17545
    Built in 1855, Schenck's Mill Bridge has a low Burr arch and horizontal clapboard siding.
  • Route 39058 Allentown, PA 18102
    Even though Schlicher's Bridge is in a remote and wooded area, it's still a great bridge to see.
  • Swamp Rd. Newtown, PA 18940
    Originally built in 1873, this bridge, also known as the Twining Ford Bridge, burned down in 1991 and was rebuilt six years later. Made of native hemlock and oak, the 170-foot town truss bridge is...
  • Route 21 North Rogersville, PA 15359
    Scott Covered Bridge is a small covered bridge located in a wooded portion of Greene County.
  • Allegheny River at 7th Street Pittsburgh, PA 15222
    Built in 1926, the Seventh Street Bridge is one of three identical suspension bridges spanning the Allegheny River.
  • Covered Bridge Rd. Tire Hill, PA 15959
    The Shaffer Covered Bridge was built in 1879 and is open to light traffic.
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