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List of covered bridges in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania - Wikipedia


The following is a list of covered bridges in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania USA. Lancaster County has the most covered bridges in Pennsylvania with 29 ...

Pennsylvania Covered Bridge Map


A free, interactive map of covered bridges in Pennsylvania.

Lancaster PA Covered Bridges Driving Tours | Historic Covered ...


Just the sight of the historic covered bridges of PA brings to mind thoughts of old charm and romance. And in Lancaster County - the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch  ...

Covered Bridge Tour - Bucks County


Built of oak in 1832, it is the only Bucks County covered bridge over the former Delaware Canal, which parallels the Delaware River near the Pennsylvania ...

There are several wife's tales which present alternate views as to why these bridges were built with a cover, including safeguarding livestock when crossing water, or scaring off evil spirits, but the true reason the bridges were covered was to preserve them from the en... More »
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Pennsylvania Covered Bridges List


Aug 16, 2015 ... Old Harrisburg Rd. NE 0.9 miles from jct with PA234 in Heidlersburg, N. on Oxford Rd. 1.5 miles, E. on Willow Ln. 0.2 miles to the bridge on the ...

Covered Bridge Tour - Bucks County


Coast through Bucks County's remaining covered bridges using the Visit Bucks County Covered ... Old Iron Hill Road; New Britain Twp; Chalfont, PA 18914.

Covered Bridge Driving Tour - Bedford County Visitors Bureau


(If coming off the PA Turnpike, turn right after exiting and drive 1/2 mile south to Old Bedford Village.) Here, you'll see the Claycomb Covered Bridge (#13).

Bedford County, PA - Covered Bridges


Few places have covered bridges set in more picturesque settings and with more variety than in Bedford County, Pennsylvania. Built approximately 100 years ...

Covered Bridges & Famous Routes - Laurel Highlands Visitors Bureau


Covered bridges dot the beautiful Laurel Highlands landscape. Tour famous routes across Western PA and discover our history, heritage and breathtaking ...

Popular Q&A
Q: Where was Pennsylvania's first covered bridge built?
A: Philadelphia. Records indicate that the first covered bridge built in Pennsylvania was over the Schyulkill River at Market Steet in Philadelphia in 1805. Read More »
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Q: What Is Covered by Pennsylvania Food Stamps?
A: Basics. The food stamp program, known at the federal level and in Pennsylvania as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, provides recipients with a mont... Read More »
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Q: Why are some bridges covered?
A: Primarily to keep the snow off of them so they are passable in winter. They also last longer. Read More »
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Q: What is the biggest bridge in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania?
A: Mckees Rocks Bridge. Read More »
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Pennsylvania Covered Bridges: Welcome to Pennsylvania's ...


Dec 17, 2014 ... Welcome to the Pennsylvania Covered Bridge web site, we are dedicated to the preservation and restoration of all remaining covered bridges ...