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Topic: burr arch trusses

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Felten's Mill Covered Bridge, Spanning Brush Creek at junction of Township Route 386 & State Route 2029, Breezewood, Bedford County, PA

Felten's Mill Covered Bridge, Spanning Brush Creek at junction of Town...

Significance: This is one of several surviving nineteenth century covered bridges in Bedford County. The wooden Burr truss arch construction is typical of such spans. Survey number: HAER PA-350 Building/stru... more

Snyder's Fording Covered Bridge, (Straban-Tyrone Township), Hunterstown, Adams County, PA

Snyder's Fording Covered Bridge, (Straban-Tyrone Township), Hunterstow...

Significance: An example of mid-nineteenth-century covered bridge construction. Survey number: HABS PA-351 Building/structure dates: 1868 Initial Construction

Jackson's Mill Covered Bridge, Spanning Brush Creek on Township Route 412, Breezewood, Bedford County, PA

Jackson's Mill Covered Bridge, Spanning Brush Creek on Township Route ...

Significance: Jackson's Mill Covered Bridge employs typical Burr truss arch construction, a wood roof, and wood siding. It was substantially rebuilt in 1992. Survey number: HAER PA-352 Building/structure dat... more

Raystown Covered Bridge, Township Route 418 spanning Raystown Branch of Juniata River, Manns Choice, Bedford County, PA

Raystown Covered Bridge, Township Route 418 spanning Raystown Branch o...

Significance: This slightly altered late-nineteenth century covered bridge is an excellent example of this kind of bridge construction in Bedford County. A number of other Burr arch covered bridges were built ... more

Covered Bridge, Jericho Road spanning Little Gunpowder Falls, Jerusalem, Baltimore County, MD

Covered Bridge, Jericho Road spanning Little Gunpowder Falls, Jerusale...

See also HAER MD-187 for additional documentation. Significance: The Jericho Road Covered Bridge is one of six historic covered bridges remaining in the state of Maryland, and one of four that are Burr-arch tru... more

Covered Bridge, Jericho Road spanning Little Gunpowder Falls, Jerusalem, Baltimore County, MD

Covered Bridge, Jericho Road spanning Little Gunpowder Falls, Jerusale...

See also HAER MD-187 for additional documentation. Significance: The Jericho Road Covered Bridge is one of six historic covered bridges remaining in the state of Maryland, and one of four that are Burr-arch tru... more

Covered Bridge, Jericho Road spanning Little Gunpowder Falls, Jerusalem, Baltimore County, MD

Covered Bridge, Jericho Road spanning Little Gunpowder Falls, Jerusale...

See also HAER MD-187 for additional documentation. Significance: The Jericho Road Covered Bridge is one of six historic covered bridges remaining in the state of Maryland, and one of four that are Burr-arch tru... more

Covered Bridge, Jericho Road spanning Little Gunpowder Falls, Jerusalem, Baltimore County, MD

Covered Bridge, Jericho Road spanning Little Gunpowder Falls, Jerusale...

See also HAER MD-187 for additional documentation. Significance: The Jericho Road Covered Bridge is one of six historic covered bridges remaining in the state of Maryland, and one of four that are Burr-arch tru... more

Covered Bridge, Jericho Road spanning Little Gunpowder Falls, Jerusalem, Baltimore County, MD

Covered Bridge, Jericho Road spanning Little Gunpowder Falls, Jerusale...

See also HAER MD-187 for additional documentation. Significance: The Jericho Road Covered Bridge is one of six historic covered bridges remaining in the state of Maryland, and one of four that are Burr-arch tru... more

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush County, IN

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush C...

Significance: Local bridge contractor Emmett L. Kennedy built the Forsythe Bridge in 1888. The Kennedy family of Rushville built nearly sixty covered bridges, which are distinguished primarily by the scrollwor... more

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush County, IN

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush C...

Significance: Local bridge contractor Emmett L. Kennedy built the Forsythe Bridge in 1888. The Kennedy family of Rushville built nearly sixty covered bridges, which are distinguished primarily by the scrollwor... more

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush County, IN

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush C...

Significance: Local bridge contractor Emmett L. Kennedy built the Forsythe Bridge in 1888. The Kennedy family of Rushville built nearly sixty covered bridges, which are distinguished primarily by the scrollwor... more

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush County, IN

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush C...

Significance: Local bridge contractor Emmett L. Kennedy built the Forsythe Bridge in 1888. The Kennedy family of Rushville built nearly sixty covered bridges, which are distinguished primarily by the scrollwor... more

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush County, IN

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush C...

Significance: Local bridge contractor Emmett L. Kennedy built the Forsythe Bridge in 1888. The Kennedy family of Rushville built nearly sixty covered bridges, which are distinguished primarily by the scrollwor... more

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush County, IN

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush C...

Significance: Local bridge contractor Emmett L. Kennedy built the Forsythe Bridge in 1888. The Kennedy family of Rushville built nearly sixty covered bridges, which are distinguished primarily by the scrollwor... more

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush County, IN

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush C...

Significance: Local bridge contractor Emmett L. Kennedy built the Forsythe Bridge in 1888. The Kennedy family of Rushville built nearly sixty covered bridges, which are distinguished primarily by the scrollwor... more

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush County, IN

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush C...

Significance: Local bridge contractor Emmett L. Kennedy built the Forsythe Bridge in 1888. The Kennedy family of Rushville built nearly sixty covered bridges, which are distinguished primarily by the scrollwor... more

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush County, IN

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush C...

Significance: Local bridge contractor Emmett L. Kennedy built the Forsythe Bridge in 1888. The Kennedy family of Rushville built nearly sixty covered bridges, which are distinguished primarily by the scrollwor... more

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush County, IN

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush C...

Significance: Local bridge contractor Emmett L. Kennedy built the Forsythe Bridge in 1888. The Kennedy family of Rushville built nearly sixty covered bridges, which are distinguished primarily by the scrollwor... more

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush County, IN

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush C...

Significance: Local bridge contractor Emmett L. Kennedy built the Forsythe Bridge in 1888. The Kennedy family of Rushville built nearly sixty covered bridges, which are distinguished primarily by the scrollwor... more

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush County, IN

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush C...

Significance: Local bridge contractor Emmett L. Kennedy built the Forsythe Bridge in 1888. The Kennedy family of Rushville built nearly sixty covered bridges, which are distinguished primarily by the scrollwor... more

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush County, IN

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush C...

Significance: Local bridge contractor Emmett L. Kennedy built the Forsythe Bridge in 1888. The Kennedy family of Rushville built nearly sixty covered bridges, which are distinguished primarily by the scrollwor... more

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush County, IN

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush C...

Significance: Local bridge contractor Emmett L. Kennedy built the Forsythe Bridge in 1888. The Kennedy family of Rushville built nearly sixty covered bridges, which are distinguished primarily by the scrollwor... more

Detters Mill Covered Bridge, Harmony Grove Road, spanning Conewago Creek, Detters Mill, York County, PA

Detters Mill Covered Bridge, Harmony Grove Road, spanning Conewago Cre...

Significance: One of the longest wood bridges in the state, this bridge was a fine example of early 19th century engineering. Attributed to noted early bridge engineer, Theodore Burr. Survey number: HABS PA-5... more

Detters Mill Covered Bridge, Harmony Grove Road, spanning Conewago Creek, Detters Mill, York County, PA

Detters Mill Covered Bridge, Harmony Grove Road, spanning Conewago Cre...

Significance: One of the longest wood bridges in the state, this bridge was a fine example of early 19th century engineering. Attributed to noted early bridge engineer, Theodore Burr. Survey number: HABS PA-5... more

Roberts Bridge, Old Camden Pike, Spanning Seven Mile Creek, Eaton, Preble County, OH

Roberts Bridge, Old Camden Pike, Spanning Seven Mile Creek, Eaton, Pre...

Survey number: HABS OH-2229 National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 71000651

Roberts Bridge, Old Camden Pike, Spanning Seven Mile Creek, Eaton, Preble County, OH

Roberts Bridge, Old Camden Pike, Spanning Seven Mile Creek, Eaton, Pre...

Survey number: HABS OH-2229 National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 71000651

Roberts Bridge, Old Camden Pike, Spanning Seven Mile Creek, Eaton, Preble County, OH

Roberts Bridge, Old Camden Pike, Spanning Seven Mile Creek, Eaton, Pre...

Survey number: HABS OH-2229 National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 71000651

Roberts Bridge, Old Camden Pike, Spanning Seven Mile Creek, Eaton, Preble County, OH

Roberts Bridge, Old Camden Pike, Spanning Seven Mile Creek, Eaton, Pre...

Survey number: HABS OH-2229 National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 71000651

Bartram's Covered Bridge, Spanning Crum Creek, Newtown Square vicinity (Willistown-Newtown Townships), Newtown Square, Delaware County, PA

Bartram's Covered Bridge, Spanning Crum Creek, Newtown Square vicinity...

Significance: This simple covered bridge, erected in 1860, is one of the few covered bridges left in Chester County, and is the only one planned to preserve. Survey number: HABS PA-1108 Building/structure da... more

Bartram's Covered Bridge, Spanning Crum Creek, Newtown Square vicinity (Willistown-Newtown Townships), Newtown Square, Delaware County, PA

Bartram's Covered Bridge, Spanning Crum Creek, Newtown Square vicinity...

Significance: This simple covered bridge, erected in 1860, is one of the few covered bridges left in Chester County, and is the only one planned to preserve. Survey number: HABS PA-1108 Building/structure da... more

Bartram's Covered Bridge, Spanning Crum Creek, Newtown Square vicinity (Willistown-Newtown Townships), Newtown Square, Delaware County, PA

Bartram's Covered Bridge, Spanning Crum Creek, Newtown Square vicinity...

Significance: This simple covered bridge, erected in 1860, is one of the few covered bridges left in Chester County, and is the only one planned to preserve. Survey number: HABS PA-1108 Building/structure da... more

Bartram's Covered Bridge, Spanning Crum Creek, Newtown Square vicinity (Willistown-Newtown Townships), Newtown Square, Delaware County, PA

Bartram's Covered Bridge, Spanning Crum Creek, Newtown Square vicinity...

Significance: This simple covered bridge, erected in 1860, is one of the few covered bridges left in Chester County, and is the only one planned to preserve. Survey number: HABS PA-1108 Building/structure da... more

Kennedy Bridge, Spanning Flat Rock River at State Route 44, Rushville, Rush County, IN

Kennedy Bridge, Spanning Flat Rock River at State Route 44, Rushville,...

Significance: This is a single span structure of the burr truss type, having a clear span of 165'-9" with a 17 foot center roadway flanked either side by 4 1/2 foot walks. The bridge was erected in 1880 by Emm... more

Kennedy Bridge, Spanning Flat Rock River at State Route 44, Rushville, Rush County, IN

Kennedy Bridge, Spanning Flat Rock River at State Route 44, Rushville,...

Significance: This is a single span structure of the burr truss type, having a clear span of 165'-9" with a 17 foot center roadway flanked either side by 4 1/2 foot walks. The bridge was erected in 1880 by Emm... more

Kennedy Bridge, Spanning Flat Rock River at State Route 44, Rushville, Rush County, IN

Kennedy Bridge, Spanning Flat Rock River at State Route 44, Rushville,...

Significance: This is a single span structure of the burr truss type, having a clear span of 165'-9" with a 17 foot center roadway flanked either side by 4 1/2 foot walks. The bridge was erected in 1880 by Emm... more

Kennedy Bridge, Spanning Flat Rock River at State Route 44, Rushville, Rush County, IN

Kennedy Bridge, Spanning Flat Rock River at State Route 44, Rushville,...

Significance: This is a single span structure of the burr truss type, having a clear span of 165'-9" with a 17 foot center roadway flanked either side by 4 1/2 foot walks. The bridge was erected in 1880 by Emm... more

Kennedy Bridge, Spanning Flat Rock River at State Route 44, Rushville, Rush County, IN

Kennedy Bridge, Spanning Flat Rock River at State Route 44, Rushville,...

Significance: This is a single span structure of the burr truss type, having a clear span of 165'-9" with a 17 foot center roadway flanked either side by 4 1/2 foot walks. The bridge was erected in 1880 by Emm... more

Kennedy Bridge, Spanning Flat Rock River at State Route 44, Rushville, Rush County, IN

Kennedy Bridge, Spanning Flat Rock River at State Route 44, Rushville,...

Significance: This is a single span structure of the burr truss type, having a clear span of 165'-9" with a 17 foot center roadway flanked either side by 4 1/2 foot walks. The bridge was erected in 1880 by Emm... more

Kennedy Bridge, Spanning Flat Rock River at State Route 44, Rushville, Rush County, IN

Kennedy Bridge, Spanning Flat Rock River at State Route 44, Rushville,...

Significance: This is a single span structure of the burr truss type, having a clear span of 165'-9" with a 17 foot center roadway flanked either side by 4 1/2 foot walks. The bridge was erected in 1880 by Emm... more

Kennedy Bridge, Spanning Flat Rock River at State Route 44, Rushville, Rush County, IN

Kennedy Bridge, Spanning Flat Rock River at State Route 44, Rushville,...

Significance: This is a single span structure of the burr truss type, having a clear span of 165'-9" with a 17 foot center roadway flanked either side by 4 1/2 foot walks. The bridge was erected in 1880 by Emm... more

Wood-Covered Bridge, Spanning Main Licking River, Butler, Pendleton County, KY

Wood-Covered Bridge, Spanning Main Licking River, Butler, Pendleton Co...

Significance: Built 1870 by J.J. Newman & B.F. Erwin under firm name of Newman & Erwin, Middleton, Ohio, for commissioners of Pendleton County. Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-11 ... more

Wood-Covered Bridge, Spanning Main Licking River, Butler, Pendleton County, KY

Wood-Covered Bridge, Spanning Main Licking River, Butler, Pendleton Co...

Significance: Built 1870 by J.J. Newman & B.F. Erwin under firm name of Newman & Erwin, Middleton, Ohio, for commissioners of Pendleton County. Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-11 ... more

Wood-Covered Bridge, Spanning Main Licking River, Butler, Pendleton County, KY

Wood-Covered Bridge, Spanning Main Licking River, Butler, Pendleton Co...

Significance: Built 1870 by J.J. Newman & B.F. Erwin under firm name of Newman & Erwin, Middleton, Ohio, for commissioners of Pendleton County. Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-11 ... more

Wood-Covered Bridge, Spanning Main Licking River, Butler, Pendleton County, KY

Wood-Covered Bridge, Spanning Main Licking River, Butler, Pendleton Co...

Significance: Built 1870 by J.J. Newman & B.F. Erwin under firm name of Newman & Erwin, Middleton, Ohio, for commissioners of Pendleton County. Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-11 ... more

Wood-Covered Bridge, Spanning Main Licking River, Butler, Pendleton County, KY

Wood-Covered Bridge, Spanning Main Licking River, Butler, Pendleton Co...

Significance: Built 1870 by J.J. Newman & B.F. Erwin under firm name of Newman & Erwin, Middleton, Ohio, for commissioners of Pendleton County. Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-11 ... more

Wood-Covered Bridge, Spanning Main Licking River, Butler, Pendleton County, KY

Wood-Covered Bridge, Spanning Main Licking River, Butler, Pendleton Co...

Significance: Built 1870 by J.J. Newman & B.F. Erwin under firm name of Newman & Erwin, Middleton, Ohio, for commissioners of Pendleton County. Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-11 ... more

Wood-Covered Bridge, Spanning Main Licking River, Butler, Pendleton County, KY

Wood-Covered Bridge, Spanning Main Licking River, Butler, Pendleton Co...

Significance: Built 1870 by J.J. Newman & B.F. Erwin under firm name of Newman & Erwin, Middleton, Ohio, for commissioners of Pendleton County. Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-11 ... more

Wood-Covered Bridge, Spanning Main Licking River, Butler, Pendleton County, KY

Wood-Covered Bridge, Spanning Main Licking River, Butler, Pendleton Co...

Significance: Built 1870 by J.J. Newman & B.F. Erwin under firm name of Newman & Erwin, Middleton, Ohio, for commissioners of Pendleton County. Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-11 ... more

Gilpin's Falls Covered Bridge, Spanning North East Creek at Former (Bypassed) Section of North East Road (SR 272), North East, Cecil County, MD

Gilpin's Falls Covered Bridge, Spanning North East Creek at Former (By...

Report includes engineering analysis of Burr arch truss. Significance: For almost two centuries, from 1735 until 1926, this site was used for water-powered industries. Erected in 1860 by local bridge builder J... more

Gilpin's Falls Covered Bridge, Spanning North East Creek at Former (Bypassed) Section of North East Road (SR 272), North East, Cecil County, MD

Gilpin's Falls Covered Bridge, Spanning North East Creek at Former (By...

Report includes engineering analysis of Burr arch truss. Significance: For almost two centuries, from 1735 until 1926, this site was used for water-powered industries. Erected in 1860 by local bridge builder J... more

Gilpin's Falls Covered Bridge, Spanning North East Creek at Former (Bypassed) Section of North East Road (SR 272), North East, Cecil County, MD

Gilpin's Falls Covered Bridge, Spanning North East Creek at Former (By...

Report includes engineering analysis of Burr arch truss. Significance: For almost two centuries, from 1735 until 1926, this site was used for water-powered industries. Erected in 1860 by local bridge builder J... more

Gilpin's Falls Covered Bridge, Spanning North East Creek at Former (Bypassed) Section of North East Road (SR 272), North East, Cecil County, MD

Gilpin's Falls Covered Bridge, Spanning North East Creek at Former (By...

Report includes engineering analysis of Burr arch truss. Significance: For almost two centuries, from 1735 until 1926, this site was used for water-powered industries. Erected in 1860 by local bridge builder J... more

Gilpin's Falls Covered Bridge, Spanning North East Creek at Former (Bypassed) Section of North East Road (SR 272), North East, Cecil County, MD

Gilpin's Falls Covered Bridge, Spanning North East Creek at Former (By...

Report includes engineering analysis of Burr arch truss. Significance: For almost two centuries, from 1735 until 1926, this site was used for water-powered industries. Erected in 1860 by local bridge builder J... more

Gilpin's Falls Covered Bridge, Spanning North East Creek at Former (Bypassed) Section of North East Road (SR 272), North East, Cecil County, MD

Gilpin's Falls Covered Bridge, Spanning North East Creek at Former (By...

Report includes engineering analysis of Burr arch truss. Significance: For almost two centuries, from 1735 until 1926, this site was used for water-powered industries. Erected in 1860 by local bridge builder J... more

Gilpin's Falls Covered Bridge, Spanning North East Creek at Former (Bypassed) Section of North East Road (SR 272), North East, Cecil County, MD

Gilpin's Falls Covered Bridge, Spanning North East Creek at Former (By...

Report includes engineering analysis of Burr arch truss. Significance: For almost two centuries, from 1735 until 1926, this site was used for water-powered industries. Erected in 1860 by local bridge builder J... more

Gilpin's Falls Covered Bridge, Spanning North East Creek at Former (Bypassed) Section of North East Road (SR 272), North East, Cecil County, MD

Gilpin's Falls Covered Bridge, Spanning North East Creek at Former (By...

Report includes engineering analysis of Burr arch truss. Significance: For almost two centuries, from 1735 until 1926, this site was used for water-powered industries. Erected in 1860 by local bridge builder J... more

Gilpin's Falls Covered Bridge, Spanning North East Creek at Former (Bypassed) Section of North East Road (SR 272), North East, Cecil County, MD

Gilpin's Falls Covered Bridge, Spanning North East Creek at Former (By...

Report includes engineering analysis of Burr arch truss. Significance: For almost two centuries, from 1735 until 1926, this site was used for water-powered industries. Erected in 1860 by local bridge builder J... more

Whitewater Canal Aqueduct, Spanning Duck Creek, Whitewater Canal (carried over creek)  (Changed from Duck Creek), Metamora, Franklin County, IN

Whitewater Canal Aqueduct, Spanning Duck Creek, Whitewater Canal (carr...

See HAER No. IN-108 for additional photographs and data pages. Significance: The Whitewater Canal Aqueduct is the only surviving wood aqueduct in the United States. Unprocessed Field note material exists for... more

Whitewater Canal Aqueduct, Spanning Duck Creek, Whitewater Canal (carried over creek)  (Changed from Duck Creek), Metamora, Franklin County, IN

Whitewater Canal Aqueduct, Spanning Duck Creek, Whitewater Canal (carr...

See HAER No. IN-108 for additional photographs and data pages. Significance: The Whitewater Canal Aqueduct is the only surviving wood aqueduct in the United States. Unprocessed Field note material exists for... more

Whitewater Canal Aqueduct, Spanning Duck Creek, Whitewater Canal (carried over creek)  (Changed from Duck Creek), Metamora, Franklin County, IN

Whitewater Canal Aqueduct, Spanning Duck Creek, Whitewater Canal (carr...

See HAER No. IN-108 for additional photographs and data pages. Significance: The Whitewater Canal Aqueduct is the only surviving wood aqueduct in the United States. Unprocessed Field note material exists for... more

Whitewater Canal Aqueduct, Spanning Duck Creek, Whitewater Canal (carried over creek)  (Changed from Duck Creek), Metamora, Franklin County, IN

Whitewater Canal Aqueduct, Spanning Duck Creek, Whitewater Canal (carr...

See HAER No. IN-108 for additional photographs and data pages. Significance: The Whitewater Canal Aqueduct is the only surviving wood aqueduct in the United States. Unprocessed Field note material exists for... more

Whitewater Canal Aqueduct, Spanning Duck Creek, Whitewater Canal (carried over creek)  (Changed from Duck Creek), Metamora, Franklin County, IN

Whitewater Canal Aqueduct, Spanning Duck Creek, Whitewater Canal (carr...

See HAER No. IN-108 for additional photographs and data pages. Significance: The Whitewater Canal Aqueduct is the only surviving wood aqueduct in the United States. Unprocessed Field note material exists for... more

Whitewater Canal Aqueduct, Spanning Duck Creek, Whitewater Canal (carried over creek)  (Changed from Duck Creek), Metamora, Franklin County, IN

Whitewater Canal Aqueduct, Spanning Duck Creek, Whitewater Canal (carr...

See HAER No. IN-108 for additional photographs and data pages. Significance: The Whitewater Canal Aqueduct is the only surviving wood aqueduct in the United States. Unprocessed Field note material exists for... more

Whitewater Canal Aqueduct, Spanning Duck Creek, Whitewater Canal (carried over creek)  (Changed from Duck Creek), Metamora, Franklin County, IN

Whitewater Canal Aqueduct, Spanning Duck Creek, Whitewater Canal (carr...

See HAER No. IN-108 for additional photographs and data pages. Significance: The Whitewater Canal Aqueduct is the only surviving wood aqueduct in the United States. Unprocessed Field note material exists for... more

Whitewater Canal Aqueduct, Spanning Duck Creek, Whitewater Canal (carried over creek)  (Changed from Duck Creek), Metamora, Franklin County, IN

Whitewater Canal Aqueduct, Spanning Duck Creek, Whitewater Canal (carr...

See HAER No. IN-108 for additional photographs and data pages. Significance: The Whitewater Canal Aqueduct is the only surviving wood aqueduct in the United States. Unprocessed Field note material exists for... more

Whitewater Canal Aqueduct, Spanning Duck Creek, Whitewater Canal (carried over creek)  (Changed from Duck Creek), Metamora, Franklin County, IN

Whitewater Canal Aqueduct, Spanning Duck Creek, Whitewater Canal (carr...

See HAER No. IN-108 for additional photographs and data pages. Significance: The Whitewater Canal Aqueduct is the only surviving wood aqueduct in the United States. Unprocessed Field note material exists for... more

Pleasantville Covered Bridge, Spanning Little Manatawny Creek at Covered Bridge Road (State Route 1030), Manatawny, Berks County, PA

Pleasantville Covered Bridge, Spanning Little Manatawny Creek at Cover...

Significance: One of five remaining covered wooden bridges in Berks County, the bridge is a contributing resource in the Oley Township Historic District. It is distinctive for its two-phase construction: an arc... more

Pleasantville Covered Bridge, Spanning Little Manatawny Creek at Covered Bridge Road (State Route 1030), Manatawny, Berks County, PA

Pleasantville Covered Bridge, Spanning Little Manatawny Creek at Cover...

Significance: One of five remaining covered wooden bridges in Berks County, the bridge is a contributing resource in the Oley Township Historic District. It is distinctive for its two-phase construction: an arc... more

Pleasantville Covered Bridge, Spanning Little Manatawny Creek at Covered Bridge Road (State Route 1030), Manatawny, Berks County, PA

Pleasantville Covered Bridge, Spanning Little Manatawny Creek at Cover...

Significance: One of five remaining covered wooden bridges in Berks County, the bridge is a contributing resource in the Oley Township Historic District. It is distinctive for its two-phase construction: an arc... more

Pleasantville Covered Bridge, Spanning Little Manatawny Creek at Covered Bridge Road (State Route 1030), Manatawny, Berks County, PA

Pleasantville Covered Bridge, Spanning Little Manatawny Creek at Cover...

Significance: One of five remaining covered wooden bridges in Berks County, the bridge is a contributing resource in the Oley Township Historic District. It is distinctive for its two-phase construction: an arc... more

Pleasantville Covered Bridge, Spanning Little Manatawny Creek at Covered Bridge Road (State Route 1030), Manatawny, Berks County, PA

Pleasantville Covered Bridge, Spanning Little Manatawny Creek at Cover...

Significance: One of five remaining covered wooden bridges in Berks County, the bridge is a contributing resource in the Oley Township Historic District. It is distinctive for its two-phase construction: an arc... more

Pleasantville Covered Bridge, Spanning Little Manatawny Creek at Covered Bridge Road (State Route 1030), Manatawny, Berks County, PA

Pleasantville Covered Bridge, Spanning Little Manatawny Creek at Cover...

Significance: One of five remaining covered wooden bridges in Berks County, the bridge is a contributing resource in the Oley Township Historic District. It is distinctive for its two-phase construction: an arc... more

Pleasantville Covered Bridge, Spanning Little Manatawny Creek at Covered Bridge Road (State Route 1030), Manatawny, Berks County, PA

Pleasantville Covered Bridge, Spanning Little Manatawny Creek at Cover...

Significance: One of five remaining covered wooden bridges in Berks County, the bridge is a contributing resource in the Oley Township Historic District. It is distinctive for its two-phase construction: an arc... more

Pleasantville Covered Bridge, Spanning Little Manatawny Creek at Covered Bridge Road (State Route 1030), Manatawny, Berks County, PA

Pleasantville Covered Bridge, Spanning Little Manatawny Creek at Cover...

Significance: One of five remaining covered wooden bridges in Berks County, the bridge is a contributing resource in the Oley Township Historic District. It is distinctive for its two-phase construction: an arc... more

Pleasantville Covered Bridge, Spanning Little Manatawny Creek at Covered Bridge Road (State Route 1030), Manatawny, Berks County, PA

Pleasantville Covered Bridge, Spanning Little Manatawny Creek at Cover...

Significance: One of five remaining covered wooden bridges in Berks County, the bridge is a contributing resource in the Oley Township Historic District. It is distinctive for its two-phase construction: an arc... more

Pleasantville Covered Bridge, Spanning Little Manatawny Creek at Covered Bridge Road (State Route 1030), Manatawny, Berks County, PA

Pleasantville Covered Bridge, Spanning Little Manatawny Creek at Cover...

Significance: One of five remaining covered wooden bridges in Berks County, the bridge is a contributing resource in the Oley Township Historic District. It is distinctive for its two-phase construction: an arc... more

Pleasantville Covered Bridge, Spanning Little Manatawny Creek at Covered Bridge Road (State Route 1030), Manatawny, Berks County, PA

Pleasantville Covered Bridge, Spanning Little Manatawny Creek at Cover...

Significance: One of five remaining covered wooden bridges in Berks County, the bridge is a contributing resource in the Oley Township Historic District. It is distinctive for its two-phase construction: an arc... more

Pleasantville Covered Bridge, Spanning Little Manatawny Creek at Covered Bridge Road (State Route 1030), Manatawny, Berks County, PA

Pleasantville Covered Bridge, Spanning Little Manatawny Creek at Cover...

Significance: One of five remaining covered wooden bridges in Berks County, the bridge is a contributing resource in the Oley Township Historic District. It is distinctive for its two-phase construction: an arc... more

Pleasantville Covered Bridge, Spanning Little Manatawny Creek at Covered Bridge Road (State Route 1030), Manatawny, Berks County, PA

Pleasantville Covered Bridge, Spanning Little Manatawny Creek at Cover...

Significance: One of five remaining covered wooden bridges in Berks County, the bridge is a contributing resource in the Oley Township Historic District. It is distinctive for its two-phase construction: an arc... more

Pleasantville Covered Bridge, Spanning Little Manatawny Creek at Covered Bridge Road (State Route 1030), Manatawny, Berks County, PA

Pleasantville Covered Bridge, Spanning Little Manatawny Creek at Cover...

Significance: One of five remaining covered wooden bridges in Berks County, the bridge is a contributing resource in the Oley Township Historic District. It is distinctive for its two-phase construction: an arc... more

Pleasantville Covered Bridge, Spanning Little Manatawny Creek at Covered Bridge Road (State Route 1030), Manatawny, Berks County, PA

Pleasantville Covered Bridge, Spanning Little Manatawny Creek at Cover...

Significance: One of five remaining covered wooden bridges in Berks County, the bridge is a contributing resource in the Oley Township Historic District. It is distinctive for its two-phase construction: an arc... more

Pleasantville Covered Bridge, Spanning Little Manatawny Creek at Covered Bridge Road (State Route 1030), Manatawny, Berks County, PA

Pleasantville Covered Bridge, Spanning Little Manatawny Creek at Cover...

Significance: One of five remaining covered wooden bridges in Berks County, the bridge is a contributing resource in the Oley Township Historic District. It is distinctive for its two-phase construction: an arc... more

Covered Bridge, Spanning South Fork of Licking River, Cynthiana, Harrison County, KY

Covered Bridge, Spanning South Fork of Licking River, Cynthiana, Harri...

Significance: Built 1807-1808 by John Wallace, contractor, the bridge played an important part in General Morgan's raid on Cynthiana during the Civil War. Unprocessed Field note material exists for this struct... more

Covered Bridge, Spanning South Fork of Licking River, Cynthiana, Harrison County, KY

Covered Bridge, Spanning South Fork of Licking River, Cynthiana, Harri...

Significance: Built 1807-1808 by John Wallace, contractor, the bridge played an important part in General Morgan's raid on Cynthiana during the Civil War. Unprocessed Field note material exists for this struct... more

Covered Bridge, Spanning South Fork of Licking River, Cynthiana, Harrison County, KY

Covered Bridge, Spanning South Fork of Licking River, Cynthiana, Harri...

Significance: Built 1807-1808 by John Wallace, contractor, the bridge played an important part in General Morgan's raid on Cynthiana during the Civil War. Unprocessed Field note material exists for this struct... more

Covered Bridge, Spanning South Fork of Licking River, Cynthiana, Harrison County, KY

Covered Bridge, Spanning South Fork of Licking River, Cynthiana, Harri...

Significance: Built 1807-1808 by John Wallace, contractor, the bridge played an important part in General Morgan's raid on Cynthiana during the Civil War. Unprocessed Field note material exists for this struct... more

Covered Bridge, Spanning South Fork of Licking River, Cynthiana, Harrison County, KY

Covered Bridge, Spanning South Fork of Licking River, Cynthiana, Harri...

Significance: Built 1807-1808 by John Wallace, contractor, the bridge played an important part in General Morgan's raid on Cynthiana during the Civil War. Unprocessed Field note material exists for this struct... more

Covered Bridge, Spanning South Fork of Licking River, Cynthiana, Harrison County, KY

Covered Bridge, Spanning South Fork of Licking River, Cynthiana, Harri...

Significance: Built 1807-1808 by John Wallace, contractor, the bridge played an important part in General Morgan's raid on Cynthiana during the Civil War. Unprocessed Field note material exists for this struct... more

Covered Bridge, Spanning South Fork of Licking River, Cynthiana, Harrison County, KY

Covered Bridge, Spanning South Fork of Licking River, Cynthiana, Harri...

Significance: Built 1807-1808 by John Wallace, contractor, the bridge played an important part in General Morgan's raid on Cynthiana during the Civil War. Unprocessed Field note material exists for this struct... more

Pine Grove Bridge, Spanning Octoraro Creek at Ashville & Forge Roads, Pine Grove, Lancaster County, PA

Pine Grove Bridge, Spanning Octoraro Creek at Ashville & Forge Roads, ...

Significance: The Pine Grove Bridge was built in 1884 after a destructive flood carried away an 1846 at this site. The county hired Capt. Elias McMellen, a well-respected and prolific Lancaster bridge builder ... more

Pine Grove Bridge, Spanning Octoraro Creek at Ashville & Forge Roads, Pine Grove, Lancaster County, PA

Pine Grove Bridge, Spanning Octoraro Creek at Ashville & Forge Roads, ...

Significance: The Pine Grove Bridge was built in 1884 after a destructive flood carried away an 1846 at this site. The county hired Capt. Elias McMellen, a well-respected and prolific Lancaster bridge builder ... more

Pine Grove Bridge, Spanning Octoraro Creek at Ashville & Forge Roads, Pine Grove, Lancaster County, PA

Pine Grove Bridge, Spanning Octoraro Creek at Ashville & Forge Roads, ...

Significance: The Pine Grove Bridge was built in 1884 after a destructive flood carried away an 1846 at this site. The county hired Capt. Elias McMellen, a well-respected and prolific Lancaster bridge builder ... more

Pine Grove Bridge, Spanning Octoraro Creek at Ashville & Forge Roads, Pine Grove, Lancaster County, PA

Pine Grove Bridge, Spanning Octoraro Creek at Ashville & Forge Roads, ...

Significance: The Pine Grove Bridge was built in 1884 after a destructive flood carried away an 1846 at this site. The county hired Capt. Elias McMellen, a well-respected and prolific Lancaster bridge builder ... more

Pine Grove Bridge, Spanning Octoraro Creek at Ashville & Forge Roads, Pine Grove, Lancaster County, PA

Pine Grove Bridge, Spanning Octoraro Creek at Ashville & Forge Roads, ...

Significance: The Pine Grove Bridge was built in 1884 after a destructive flood carried away an 1846 at this site. The county hired Capt. Elias McMellen, a well-respected and prolific Lancaster bridge builder ... more

Pine Grove Bridge, Spanning Octoraro Creek at Ashville & Forge Roads, Pine Grove, Lancaster County, PA

Pine Grove Bridge, Spanning Octoraro Creek at Ashville & Forge Roads, ...

Significance: The Pine Grove Bridge was built in 1884 after a destructive flood carried away an 1846 at this site. The county hired Capt. Elias McMellen, a well-respected and prolific Lancaster bridge builder ... more

Pine Grove Bridge, Spanning Octoraro Creek at Ashville & Forge Roads, Pine Grove, Lancaster County, PA

Pine Grove Bridge, Spanning Octoraro Creek at Ashville & Forge Roads, ...

Significance: The Pine Grove Bridge was built in 1884 after a destructive flood carried away an 1846 at this site. The county hired Capt. Elias McMellen, a well-respected and prolific Lancaster bridge builder ... more

Pine Grove Bridge, Spanning Octoraro Creek at Ashville & Forge Roads, Pine Grove, Lancaster County, PA

Pine Grove Bridge, Spanning Octoraro Creek at Ashville & Forge Roads, ...

Significance: The Pine Grove Bridge was built in 1884 after a destructive flood carried away an 1846 at this site. The county hired Capt. Elias McMellen, a well-respected and prolific Lancaster bridge builder ... more

Pine Grove Bridge, Spanning Octoraro Creek at Ashville & Forge Roads, Pine Grove, Lancaster County, PA

Pine Grove Bridge, Spanning Octoraro Creek at Ashville & Forge Roads, ...

Significance: The Pine Grove Bridge was built in 1884 after a destructive flood carried away an 1846 at this site. The county hired Capt. Elias McMellen, a well-respected and prolific Lancaster bridge builder ... more