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Somerset County has 10 of the best-preserved covered bridges in Pennsylvania.   According to the National Park Service website, Somerset County currently has 10 covered bridges that are in decent condition.

Many of Pa.’s bridges, which were mainly built in the mid-1800’s, served as models of transportation for other states across the nation.  In fact,     the National Park Service website states that Pa. had at least 1,500 covered bridges during the height of the covered bridge period (1830-1875). 

So come visit one (or all) of these beautiful structures and see why Somerset County was an early leader in transportation.  Please visit www.somersetpa.net for detailed locations and directions to each bridge.

Barronvale Bridge

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Barronvale Bridge
Covered Bridge Road
New Lexington, PA

Last Updated on Thursday, 01 July 2010 21:17

New Baltimore Bridge

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New Baltimore Bridge
Allegheny Road
New Baltimore, PA 15553

Last Updated on Thursday, 01 July 2010 21:18

King’s Bridge

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King’s Bridge
Scullton Road (Route 653 E)
Somerset, PA 15501

Last Updated on Thursday, 01 July 2010 21:19

Glessner Bridge

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Glessner Bridge
Covered Bridge Road
Shanksville, PA 15560

Last Updated on Thursday, 01 July 2010 21:21
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