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  • UPPER LEACOCK TOWNSHIP Lancaster, PA 17699-0001
    Pinetown Covered Bridge was built in 1867. It was washed off its base by the flood waters of Hurricane Agnus in 1972. Nearby Amish workers rebuilt the bridge the following Spring and raised it to...
  • Over Maxatawny Creek at Pleasantville Oley, PA 19547
    Built in 1852, the Pleasantville Covered Bridge features an unusual truss system with trip arch supports.
  • CAENARVON TOWNSHIP Churchtown, PA 17555
    The Pool Forge Covered Bridge was built in 1859 and was also known as Yohn's Mill Bridge. It was bypassed by a new concrete bridge in 1973, and is located on private property. Historical records...
  • Covered Bridge Rd. Newburg, PA 17240
    Built in 1870, Ramp Covered Bridge is a Burr-arch truss construction located east of Newburg.
  • State Rd. 1005 Liverpool, PA 17045
    Built in 1886, Red Covered Bridge is a variant of the Burr-arch truss design. It is located west of Liverpool.
  • EARL TOWNSHIP Terre Hill, PA 17581
    Red Run Covered Bridge was built in 1866 and was originally owned by John Oberholtzer. This bridge is variously known as Run Red Grist Mill Bridge and Red Bank Bridge. In 1961 a new concrete bridge...
  • Kennedy Valley Rd. Landisburg, PA 17040
    Rice Covered Bridge crosses Sherman's Creek in Tyrone Township.
  • Route 36069 Manheim, PA 17545
    Built in 1872, Risser's Mill Covered Bridge is the only covered bridge that crosses Little Chickie's Creek.
  • Log Cabin Rd. Brownstown, PA 17508
    Rosehill Covered Bridge was built in 1849 and is a Burr-arch truss bridge.
  • Waterworks Rd. Gettysburg, PA 17325
    Sachs Bridge, also called Sauck's Bridge, spans Marsh Creek at 100 feet long. The bridge is owned by the Gettysburg Preservation Association and is open to pedestrians only.
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