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Covered Bridges in Pittsburgh & Its Countryside PA
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  • AMWELL TOWNSHIP PARK ROAD Prosperity, PA 15329
    The Hughes Covered Bridge was built in 1899, however the combination of hewed and sawn timbers inthe truss system suggest that this bridge replaced an earlier bridge in the same location. The...
  • Kings Creek Road Burgettstown, PA 15021
    This bridge's construction date is unknown but is believed to be named after William Jackson, who owned a Grist Mill near the bridge site in the 1870s and 1880s. This Queenpost truss-type bridge is...
  • Oak Forest Rd. Waynesburg, PA 15370
    King Covered Bridge is one of many covered bridges in Greene County. It is an example of burr truss type construction.
  • Tanoma Indiana, PA 15705-0001
    Built in 1877, Kintersburg Covered Bridge was named for a local businessman. If you look down while crossing the bridge you can see Crooked Creek through the slatted floor.
  • COVERED BRIDGE ROAD Midway, PA 15060
    The Krepps Covered Bridge is on Covered Bridge Road, a rough gravel road, and has a 3-ton weight limit. The bridge has no known construction date. It is a Kingpost truss-type bridge that is 13'3"...
  • LETHERMAN BRIDGE ROAD Cokeburg, PA 15324
    The Leatherman Covered Bridge is one of many covered bridges in Washington County with a distinctive barn-like appearance.
  • MILLER CREEK ROAD West Finley, PA 15377
    Longdon Covered Bridge is named Longdon L. Miller, the original builder of the bridge.
  • KRAMER ROAD Burgettstown, PA 15021
    The Lyle bridge is located in Kramer Road, a gracel road, and spands Brish Run. The Queenpost truss bridge is 12' wide and 13' long making it the shortest bridge in the county. The design has...
  • LYNN St. / WAYNESBURG ROAD West Alexander, PA 15376
    Mays Covered Bridge, also called Blaney Covered Bridge, was built in 1882. It crosses Middle Wheeling Creek and is a queen-post truss design with vertical plank siding and a covered gable roof.
  • OLD STEUBENVILLE PIKE Burgettstown, PA 15021
    The McClurg Bridge, aslo referred to as the "Devil's Den" Bridge, spans a small ravine in Hanover Township Park of Old Stubenville Pike. The Kingpost bridge is 12'3" wide and 24' long. The bridge...
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