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Pennsylvania has the greatest number of American Covered Bridges of any State (or Commonwealth) in the country. The historic bridges displayed in this gallery were all found in the north central region of The Keystone State.
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Historic Covered Bridges of Pennsylvania
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Rural Renewal At The Frazier Covered Bridge
The Rishel Covered Bridge Is Back
Freshly Rejuvenated Hillsgrove Covered Bridge
The Cogan House Buckhorn Covered Bridge
Snow Covered Covered Bridge
God Bless The Moreland Covered Bridge
The New Moreland Covered Bridge
Snowy Muncy Creek Crossing
Reflections Of The Millmont Covered Bridge
Approaching The Buckhorn Covered Bridge From The Far Side
Late Summer View Of The Great Old Bridge
The Rishel Covered Bridge Before Irene's Destructive Blow
December Drizzle On The Buckhorn Bridge
Keefer Station Covered Bridge
J. Fink Bridge From The Water's Edge
Inside The Hillsgrove Covered Bridge
Spring At The General Burrows Memorial Covered Bridge
Approaching The Buckhorn Covered Bridge
Hassenplug Covered Bridge Under Blue October Skies
Old Keefer Mill Bridge In The Dead Of Winter
Through The Historic Gottlieb Brown Bridge
The Rishel Covered Bridge - Circa 1827
Historic Buttonwood Covered Bridge In September
Downstream From The Historic Hillsgrove Covered Bridge
The Historic Hayes Covered Bridge
The Lairdsville Covered Bridge After The Flood
The Horsham Covered Bridge
Snow Adorns The John Burrows Covered Bridge
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