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  • 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...
  • 40-50 Esther Furnace Rd Catawissa, PA 17820
    Built in 1881, the Esther Furnace Bridge crosses Roaring Creek. It is another good example in the county of Queen Truss construction.
  • West of White Deer on White Deer Rd. White Deer, PA 17887
    Built in 1890, Factory Bridge is a Burr-arch covered bridge.
  • Breezewood, PA 15533
    Felten's Mill Covered Bridge as it stands today was built in 1892, to replace an 1889 bridge that was destroyed in the 1889 flood. It is located on private land beside Felten's Mill. It crosses...
  • Fairgroud Rd. Newport, PA 17074
    This bridge crosses Big Buffalo Creek in Oliver Township.
  • Route 56007 Spur Forksville, PA 18616
    Forksville Covered Bridge is one of a few remaining covered bridges in Sullivan County.
  • I-279 at the Allegheny River Pittsburgh, PA 15219
    The Fort Duquesne Bridge is an essential like in downtown Pittsburgh as it crosses the Point and connects to the Fort Pitt Bridge. Completed in 1968, the bridge is one of many you will find in the...
  • Route 19039 Harrisburg, PA 17110
    Built in 1887, Fowlersvllle Bridge was one of the last covered bridges built in Columbia County.
  • Hollow Horn Rd. and Cafferty Rd. Tinicum, PA 18947
    Built in 1872, this bridge crosses Tinicum Creek only two miles upstream from where the creek flows into the Delaware River. At 12 feet wide and 130 feet long, the Frankenfield is one of the...
  • Southeast of Schencksville on T 681 Orefield, PA 18069
    Geiger's Bridge is known for its impressive stepped portal.
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