Monthly Archives: February 2011

Frankenfield Covered Bridge

Frankenfield Covered Bridge My favorite covered bridge in Bucks County. If you don’t know where to go to find it, then you probably won’t. Hills all around and no real direct route to get in to see it. It’s the … Continue reading

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Erwinna Covered Bridge

Erwinna Covered Bridge You won’t have to climb a hill to get to this covered bridge. It’s just a little down river from the Uhlerstown Covered Bridge and Frenchtown, NJ. It’s kind of a boring bridge, though. It is short … Continue reading

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Uhlerstown Covered Bridge

Uhlerstown Covered Bridge This covered bridge doesn’t get that much traffic because the road that goes through it is partly closed for part of the year. And even when it is a through road not many cars will drive it … Continue reading

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Loux Covered Bridge

Loux Covered Bridge Another historic covered bridge buried in the hills behind Point Pleasant, PA. Not too far from the Delaware River, but you’ll have to climb some hills to get to it. Only sits about a mile from another … Continue reading

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Cabin Run Covered Bridge

Cabin Run Covered Bridge When I think of this covered bridge I always think of its sibling bridge (Loux Covered Bridge), too. Both bridges cross the same creek and they are situated about a mile apart from one another and … Continue reading

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Tohickon Covered Bridge

Tohickon Covered Bridge Not a covered bridge, but yes it is a covered bridge. It has everything a historic covered bridge has except the look of a barn. The sides of this bridge each have a roof. But there is … Continue reading

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Green Sergeant’s Covered Bridge

Green Sergeant’s Covered Bridge I took these pictures late last month (January, 2011) just after we had a huge snow storm. That explains why there is snow all around and in the bridge. New Jersey only has this one historic … Continue reading

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