The Covered Bridge stands out in modern times as distinct architecture which harkens back to an older period of highway travel. Most cover bridges in North American were constructed during the 19th Century and largely featured entirely timber designs. Over 14,000 Covered Bridges have been constructed in the United States alone, only a fraction which survive today. This page explores the Covered Bridge structures featured in the Gribblenation blog series. If you are intrigued by the era before the modernization of highways a Covered Bridge is always a great place to start. Depicted as the page cover is the Barronvale Covered Bridge which can be found at Laurel Hill Creek of Middlecreek Township, Pennsylvania.
Covered Bridges in the United States
Covered Bridges in Canada