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Guth's Covered Bridge in Pennsylvania
August 29, 2014

Guth's Covered Bridge
covered bridge weight limit is 4 tons

The bridge that anchors the eastern end of South Whitehall Township's Covered Bridge Park is Manassas Guth's Bridge.  It joins the Wehr Covered Bridge as bookends to this unique park along Jordan Creek.  The 129-foot long single span Burr Truss Bridge was built in 1858.

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980. 

Guth's Covered Bridge
Guth's Covered Bridge
Lee Duquette approaching Guth's Covered Bridge
underneath Guth's Covered Bridge

Below: A view from each side of the bridge through its tiny open windows.

view from Guth's Covered Bridge
Guth's Covered Bridge
Karen Duquette under Guth's Covered Bridge
Guth's Covered Bridge

Below: A tractor crossing sign by Guth's Covered Bridge and a nearby red barn.

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LeHigh Valley Covered Bridge tour in Pennsylvania
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The triple tunnel

Bogert Covered Bridge

Guth's Covered Bridge

Wehr's Covered Bridge

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continue on to the state of New York AFTER you have viewed all the sections above, please continue on to explore Woodstock, Saugerties Lighthouse, Brunel Park, Opus 40, sculptures, the world's largest kaleidoscope, Lake George, the Natural Stone Bridge, Ausable Chasm, High Gorge Falls and more in New York.