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Covered Bridges in Dutch Country Roads PA
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  • Grantham Rd. Grantham, PA 17027
    This covered bridge was built near Bowmansdale but was relocated to the Messiah College campus and rebuilt by students.
  • COCALICO Rd. Denver, PA 17517
    Built by Elias McMellen in 1881, it was extensively damaged by a flood one year later and rebuilt by McMellen. At 68 ft., it is the second shortest covered bridge in the county.
  • Off Rte. 501 Lititz, PA 17543
    Also known as Hess Covered Bridge, this 1884 bridge crosses a pond and is closed to motor traffic.
  • 1579 State Park Rd Newport, PA 17074-8384
    Located in Little Buffalo Creek State Park, the Clay Covered Bridge was built in 1890. It is a Burr-arch truss bridge.
  • Martic Township Pequea, PA 17565
    Originally built in 1856, the Colemanville Covered Bridge was partially rebuilt in 1938 and 1973 because of flood damage. The county completely rebuilt it in 1992 several feet west of the original...
  • Township Rte. 683, off 4031 Leola, PA 17846
    Spanning Little Fishing Creek between Jackson and Pine Townships, the 44 1/2-foot long, solid-sided wooden bridge, was built in 1881 by T.S. Christian for $301.25.
  • Pine Hill Rd. Dellville, PA 17020
    The Dellville Covered Bridge is located in Wheatfield Township and crosses Sherman's Creek.
  • West of7 Stars, off Rte. 2017 Millerstown, PA 17062
    You'll find this treasure spanning across Cocolanus Creek in Greenwood Township.
  • off Rte. 143 Lenhartsville, PA 19534
    The covered bridge is in current use across Maiden Creek. Eave-covered windows peer over the sides.
  • Adams Grove Road Blain, PA 17006
    The Enslow Covered Bridge is a Burr-arch truss bridge built in 1904. It is located southeast of Blain.
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