McAllister Covered Bridge
The McAllister Covered Bridge is a Burr Arch structure that was built by Joseph A. Britton and Son in 1914. It is 144 feet (44 m) long, 16 feet (4.9 m) wide, and 14 feet (4.3 m) high.
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Williams Bridge
The Williams Bridge is a wooden covered bridge built in 1884 and is located in southern Indiana.
The Williams Bridge is located in Spice Valley Township in Lawrence County, Indiana and crosses the...
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Beeson Covered Bridge
The Beeson Covered Bridge is a Burr Arch covered bridge structure that was built by the Frankfort Construction Company in 1906.
The Beeson Covered Bridge originally crossed the Roaring Creek, near...
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Laughery Creek Bridge
The Laughery Creek Bridge is an abandoned truss bridge on the border of Dearborn County, Indiana and Ohio County, Indiana. It crosses Laughery Creek. This bridge was built in 1878. The Wrought Iron B...
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Adams Mill Covered Bridge
Adams Mill Covered Bridge is located in Indiana south of State Road 18 and north of State Road 26, 1/2 mile East of Cutler to County road 50 East, north on 50 East 1/2 mile.
John Adams was an earl...
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Narrows Covered Bridge
The Narrows Covered Bridge crosses Sugar Creek at the eastern edge of Turkey Run State Park and is a single span Burr Arch Truss covered bridge structure that was built by Joseph A. Britton in 1882. ...
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Conley's Ford Covered Bridge
Conley’s Ford Covered Bridge was built in 1906 and crosses Big Raccoon Creek on County Road 550 East close to County Road 720 South, in Parke County, IN. The bridge is a single span Burr Arch Truss s...
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George Rogers Clark Memorial Bridge
The George Rogers Clark Memorial Bridge is a four-lane cantilevered truss bridge crossing the Ohio River between Louisville, Kentucky and Jeffersonville, Indiana, that carries US 31. It is known loca...
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Marshall Covered Bridge
The Marshall Covered Bridge is a single span Burr Arch Truss covered bridge structure that was built by Joseph A. Britton & Son in 1917. The bridge is 74 feet (23 m) long, 15 feet (4.6 ...
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List of bridges on the National Register of Historic Places in Indiana
This is a list of bridges and tunnels on the National Register of Historic Places in the U.S. state of Indiana.
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West Washington Street Bridge (Muncie, Indiana)
The West Washington Street Bridge is a historic concrete arch bridge in Muncie, Indiana, United States. It spans the White River, connecting Washington Street and Meeks Avenue. It was designed by Char...
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Portland Mills Covered Bridge
The Portland Mills Covered Bridge is the second oldest covered bridge in Parke County, Indiana, being built the same year as the Crooks Covered Bridge. It is a single span Burr Arch Truss covered brid...
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Moscow Covered Bridge
The Moscow Covered Bridge is a covered bridge of Burr Arch construction, 334 feet (102 m) long in two spans over Big Flat Rock River in Moscow, Indiana, a small unincorporated town in Rush County, Ind...
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Medora Covered Bridge
The Medora Covered Bridge is a wooden covered bridge built in 1875 and is located in Southern Indiana. It one of the longest historic covered bridges in the United States, second only to the Cornish–...
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Cumberland Covered Bridge
Originally called the New Cumberland Covered Bridge, it was built in 1877 by William Parks of Marion, Indiana. This Howe Truss bridge is 181 feet (55 m) long.
The bridge was floated 0.5 mile...
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Pulaski County Bridge No. 31
Pulaski County Bridge No. 31 (also known as the Stearns Truss Bridge or the Blue Bridge) is a Stearns Truss Bridge originally built in 1905 in Pulaski County in the U.S. state of Indiana. In 2006, it ...
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Leatherwood Station Covered Bridge
The Leatherwood Station Covered Bridge is a single span double Burr Arch Truss covered bridge structure that was built by Joseph A. Britton & Son in 1899. Originally it had sandstone abutments but...
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