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Covered Bridges in Philadelphia & The Countryside PA
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  • Knecht's Rd. Springfield, PA 18081
    Located in Springtown Township, Knecht's Covered Bridge is on Knecht Bridge Road, which is a right or left turn off Slifer Valley Road, depending on how you approach. Built in 1873, this bridge is...
  • State Rte. 252 Valley Forge, PA 19481
    Located within the Valley Forge National Historical Park, Knox Bridge is one of the most distinctive bridges in Pennsylvania. If you're visiting, don't miss this impressive structure.
  • Landenberg Rd. over White Clay Creek Landenberg, PA 19350
    The Landenberg Road Bridge is a Pratt pony truss bridge originally built in 1871. It crosses White Clay Creek.
  • Milford Rd. Downingtown, PA 19335
    Larkin Covered Bridge is located in Marsh Creek State Park. This bridge is no longer used but is a good example of burr truss construction.
  • Township Rte. 344 New London, PA 19360
    This bridge is a remote covered bridge in southern Chester County.
  • Wismer Rd. Plumsteadville, PA 18949
    Built of hemlock in 1874, this bridge, one of two spanning the Cabin Run Creek, is nestled in a small scenic valley. The Loux Covered Bridge is 60 feet long and 15 feet wide.
  • Bailey's Crossroads Rd. Atglen, PA 19310
    Mercer's Mill Bridge crosses Octoraro Creek. This red-sided bridge is unique in that it has a window on one side only.
  • Blooming Glen Rd. Perkasie, PA 18944
    On Blooming Glen Road in East Rockhill Township near Perkasie, PA.  Built in 1874 and one of two covered bridges in Perkasie, Mood's Covered Bridge crosses one of the principal watersheds in the...
  • Route 4031 over Perkiomen Creek Collegeville, PA 19426
    Perkiomen Bridge, built in 1799, is one of the oldest bridges still in use.
  • Route 36018 Oxford, PA 19363
    Pine Grove Bridge is a double span Burr truss bridge that spans Octoraro Creek.
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