Dreese's Covered Bridge

The Dreese's Covered Bridge is located in Beaver Township, Snyder County, Pennsylvania. The wooden covered bridge is located at 40°46′31″N 77°08′42″W / 40.77528°N 77.14500°W / 40.77528; -77.14500 north east of Beavertown and spans Middle Creek. It was built around 1870 and rehabilitated in 2001. It is open to pedestrian traffic only. It is designed as a covered burr arch-truss. Total length is 95 feet. This bridge was added to the National Register of Historic Places on August 10, 1979.

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