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  • Northeast Madison/Tyrone Rd. Loysville, PA 17047
    Built by Joseph Lightner in 1889, Wagoner's Mill Bridge is a Burr-arch truss covered bridge.
  • 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...
  • RIDGE ROAD Eighty Four, PA 15330
    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 also...
  • Geigel Hill Rd. Tinicum, PA 18947
    Located on Giegel Hill Road in Tinicum Township, Erwinna Bridge was built in 1832 and crosses the Lodi Creek. The shortest bridge in Bucks County is noted for its lattice-type construction. Erwinna...
  • Township Rte. 344 New London, PA 19360
    This bridge is a remote covered bridge in southern Chester County.
  • Route 312 Catawissa, PA 17820
    The Riegel Covered Bridge is one of many historic bridges in the area.
  • West of7 Stars Seven Stars, PA 17062
    Miller Covered Bridge was built in 1966. It is on private land so get permission to view.
  • Route 405 Catawissa, PA 17820
    Hollingshead Covered Bridge was built in 1851 and crosses Catawissa Creek in Catawissa Township. It was named for a local mill owner.
  • Route 653 Somerset, PA 15501
    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.
  • Route 274 Loysville, PA 17047
    Built in 1864 and then rebuilt in 1904, it is one of four covered bridges that spans Sherman's Creek.
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