Some articles on multiple king post, post:
... Barrackville Covered Bridge Marion ! Barracksville, Marion County 146 ... ! Multiple King Post, Burr Arch, 146 feet (45 m) long over Buffalo Creek ... Bridge Barbour ! Carrollton, Barbour County 141 ... ! Multiple King Post, Burr Arch, 141 feet (43 m) long over Buckhannon River Center Point Covered Bridge Doddridge ! Center ... Bridge aka "Hollens Mill Covered Bridge" Harrison ! Bridgeport, Harrison County 074 ... ! Multiple King Post, 74 feet (23 m) long over Simpson Creek Staats ...
... Danville 1886 74' Joe's Brook on Greenbanks Hollow Road Town Queen post Schoolhouse Caledonia Lyndon 1879 42' South Wheelock Branch of Passumpsic River on Wheelock Road Town(?) Queen post ...
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