Covered bridges symbolize small-town America. Something from the nineteenth century, a little archaic and strange to modern eyes, picturesque and sentimental, "kissing bridges" recall a time when life was simpler and closer to the land -- if only in our dreams. Covered bridges complement autumn leaves and autumn emotions. Photogenic and often remote from the Interstate Highways and cities of the twenty-first century, covered bridges lure the explorer to find the little streams and dirt roads that the twenty-first century has almost passed by.
Bartrams Goshen BridgeBaumgardner's Covered BridgeBeached Along The SusquehanaBitzer's Mill  Eberly's Cider Mill - Another SideBitzer's Mill  Eberly's Cider MillBowser Osterburg Bridge at Bob's CreekBowser Osterburg BridgeBucher's Mill Covered Bridge ViewBuchers Mill Covered BridgeBurnside Bridge -The Other SideBurnside Bridge From The RidgeBurnside BridgeClaycomb Reynoldsdale BridgeColemanville Covered BridgeColvin Calvin Shiller BridgeCornwall Train BridgeCuppett's-New Paris BridgeDr Knisley BridgeErb's Mill Covered Bridge Close ViewErb's Mill Covered Bridge