Logan Mills Covered Bridge

A few weeks ago I posted about Logan Mills. If you are interested you may click HERE to read it.

Right adjacent to the mill is the Logan Mills covered bridge.  It is the only covered bridge left in Clinton County, Pennsylvania.  It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.

It is a 55 feet long and 12 feet wide Queen Post Truss bridge built in 1874 and crosses Fishing Creek.











Over the weekend we went on a road trip and hunted up more covered bridges. I will share them in future posts.

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Comments

Uppal said…
BEAUTIFUL AND FRESH! LOVE THE IMAGES.
Indrani said…
Old, yet looks strong!
Great series.
orchid Miyako said…
Oh, this is the first time I've seen 'covered bridge'♫♫♫ Looks strong after these years. And I LOVE your national flag close to it☆☆☆

Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan to my Dear friend in America, xoxo Miyako*
Stephanie said…
I love covered bridges. This one looks sturdy. Thanks for showing the inside of the bridge.
ladyfi said…
That's a lovely bridge!
Rajesh said…
Wonderful shots of the bridge.
Jocee said…
What a great bridge. It looks well taken care off. :)
Mascha said…
Nice photos, great bridge (I've never seen before such a bridge)
Greetings from Germany :-)
We don't have covered bridges here so I have actually only seen them in the movies. The inside looks like it is well looked after.

Diana
HOOTIN ANNI said…
I can almost hear the horse's hooves echoing against the walls of the bridge as they travel through - these take me back to the olden-golden days. Excellent.
maryaustria said…
A gorgeous bridge! Great shots!
Roan said…
Now that's a beauty. Very well maintained. Excellent! Thanks for joining up!
Tom said…
Great bridge! I was in Ohio touring Ashtabula County's covered bridges. Tom The Backroads Traveller
TexWisGirl said…
pretty little thing dressed in red!
LV said…
I have heard thee are a lot of neat bridges in that area. You shared a nice one today.
rainfield61 said…
That's a bridge tunnel.

Lovely.
Debby Ray said…
Ooohh...I LOVE a covered bridge! Lovely photos! I don't know where any are around me but years ago I would go to the Covered Bridge Festival in Rockville, Indiana... ever heard of it?? There were mapped routes that were marked with colors and how many miles long and how many bridges were on it. It was in the fall with beautiful color...very fun thing to do. I think I might need to check and see if they still have it and back!! Hope you had an enjoyable Labor Day weekend!
This was a nice "trip" for me -
in Germany we have noch such brigdes!

Have a nice week, Frauke
NC Sue said…
Covered bridges have become a rarity - it's nice to know that they still exist.
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Stephanie said…
Very beautiful! Thanks for sharing the lovely images.
Gattina said…
Wow, that's quite old for the "new World"
Marie said…
A gorgeous bridge! So well-preserved...protected by people who care!
Nice pics of an unusual bridge! What is the purpose of a covered bridge like this (apart from looking nice=)?

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Linda W. said…
What a beautiful bridge! Yes, we have several covered bridges here in Oregon too. They're lots of fun to photograph.
Brian King said…
That's awesome! I love covered bridges, but we don't have many here.
Carver said…
I love covered bridges. Great shots.
Wonderful shots Felicia! What is it about covered bridges that makes them so appealing? Love them!
I love covered bridges and that one is certainly a handsome one.
Judy said…
It is in great shape, too!!!
bettyl-NZ said…
I do love to see these lovely bridges still working. I hope you found lots of them :)
Felisol said…
Such a wonderful, well-kept covered bridge. Living on the other side of the earth, I had never heard about couvered bridges bfore I saw the movie about "The Bridges of Madison County" with my two favourite actors, Clint Eastwood and Meryl Streep. I actually saw it again just a month ago. It's an all time favourite. Your bridge is also a beautiful and well kept piece of America. Thanks for the view and for the memories.
Sarah said…
We dont have anything like that here in the UK, it really is a great piece of architecture.
Lovely bridge, it's sad this is the only one left in the county, but it looks well cared for :-)
Amy Burzese said…
Perfect. Thanks for sharing with us.