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... The Cogan House Covered Bridge is a Burr arch truss covered bridge over Larrys Creek in Cogan House Township, Lycoming County, in the U.S ... The Cogan House bridge is named for the township and village of Cogan House, and is also known by at least four other names Buckhorn, Larrys Creek ... The Cogan House Covered Bridge was constructed by a millwright who assembled the timber framework in a field next to the sawmill, before it was reassembled at the bridge site ...
... The Cogan House Covered Bridge was the only one on Larrys Creek to survive a major flood on June 1, 1889, which washed out most other bridges throughout Lycoming County ... went over the bridge on the way to the railroad at Cogan Station ... By 1900, there were four remaining covered bridges on Larrys Creek going upstream they were at the hamlet of Larryville in Piatt Township, at or near Mud Run in Mifflin Township, in ...
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