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Covered Bridges in Valleys of the Susquehanna PA
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  • Route 104 Meiserville, PA 17101
    Built 1884, this bridge spans North Branch of Mahantango Creek. 67-foot long, Burr-truss style construction.
  • 81 Hafer Rd Lewisburg, PA 17837-7493
    There are 17 covered bridges in Northumberland, Snyder, and Union counties. A covered bridge map is available by contacting the Susquehanna Valley Visitors Bureau toll-free or by downloading on the...
  • Route 371 off Rte. 42 Catawissa, PA 17820
    Named for a local farmer who lived nearby and worked on the bridge, the Davis Covered Bridge spans the North Branch of Roaring Creek in Cleveland Township. It was built in 1875.
  • Spans Middle Creek in Beaver Township Beavertown, PA 17813
    Dreese's Covered Bridge is a great example of the covered bridges that were so important to the area. Covered bridge over Middle Creek, northeast of Beavertown. Come and see it for yourself!
  • 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.
  • North 6th Street Lewisburg, PA 17837
    Bucknell University students built this covered bridge in 1982 to honor Police Chief Gordon Hufnagle.
  • Spans Middle Creek on Township Rd. 574 Beavertown, PA 17813
    Built in 1878, Gross Covered Bridge is 100 feet long and of burr-truss construction.
  • North 4th Street Mifflinburg, PA 17844
    Located in the historic and scenic town of Mifflinburg, Hassenplug Covered Bridge has red sides and a white roof. Come and see this picturesque example of a covered bridge.
  • Washington Rd. Rebuck, PA 17867
    Originally built in 1874 and rebuilt in 1983, Himmel's Church Covered Bridge is a multiple King-post truss bridge.
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