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Scott Bridge, erected 1885 | by US Rt 40
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Scott Bridge, erected 1885

Bridge No.60

Located along Route 21 between Rogersville & Graysville (Greene County, PA.)

Built in 1885, and covered with unpainted vertical board on both the sides and portals of the bridge, the Scott Bridge had a roof of sheet metal and a deck of crosswise planking. One side window is cut into the center of the queenpost truss structure in addition to the typical lengthwise openings under the eaves of the bridge. The Scott Bridge has been reinforced with Steel I beams and rest on cut stone abutments. This covered bridge also remains open to vehicular traffic.


◦Bridge Dimensions: 42' x 13'

◦Builder: William Lang

◦Year: 1885 / restored 2008

◦Waterway: Ten-Mile Creek

◦Truss Type: Queenpost

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Taken on February 20, 2010