HistoricBridges.org Menu:
HistoricBridges.org Menu:
Divider

Bridge Browser

Back Home

Divider

Historic Bridges: Forest County, Pennsylvania

Browse Bridges In Google Maps

Special Bridge Conditions Legend
! Confirmed demolition date within one year or an especially historic bridge that is threatened with demolition at any level.
X The bridge has been confirmed demolished or collapsed.
S The bridge has been dismantled or moved to an offsite location and is not currently available for public viewing.
L Most or all of the original bridge material has been demolished and replaced, including historically significant elements, but some original parts of the bridge remain.
Note: This website cannot guarantee the current condition of any bridge on this website. Bridges lacking these icons should not necessarily be considered condition-free.

Total Bridges Found: 4

 Bridge Name HSR Rating Facility Carried / Feature Intersected LocationStructure Type Structure DimensionsConstruction Date / Builder or Contractor DescriptionThumbnail
X Hickory Bridge
West Hickory Bridge
Historic Significance Rating. PA-127 (Fleming Hill Road) Over Allegheny River West Hickory: Forest County, Pennsylvania Truss 8 Panel Pin-Connected Pratt Through Truss, Fixed and Approach Spans: Metal Stringer (Multi-Beam), Fixed Total Length: 695 ft
Main Span Length: 162 ft
Roadway Width: 14.8 ft
Main Spans: 4
1896 By: Groton Bridge Company of Groton, New York This ornate king of the Allegheny River, assassinated by PennDOT, leaving a permanent scar on the landscape of a once-beautiful location.Click to visit page.
! Hunter Station Bridge
Historic Significance Rating. US-62 Over Allegheny River Hunter: Forest County, Pennsylvania Metal 10 Panel Rivet-Connected Pratt Combination Truss, Fixed and Approach Spans: Metal 7 Panel Rivet-Connected Pratt Deck Truss, Fixed Total Length: 1051 ft
Main Span Length: 277 ft
Roadway Width: 22 ft
Main Spans: 3
1934 By: P. I. Cox Construction Company and Pennsylvania State Highway Department The deck runs right through the middle of this impressive and very unusual truss bridge!Click to visit page.
X Lynch Bridge
Blue Jay Road Bridge
Historic Significance Rating. Blue Jay Road (PA-1003) Over Tionesta Creek Lynch (Rural): Forest County, Pennsylvania Metal 10 Panel Pin-Connected Parker Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 205 ft
Main Span Length: 202 ft
Roadway Width: 18 ft
Main Spans: 1
1905 By: Eyre Construction Company of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania This unusual bridge was also the last pin-connected highway truss in Forest County when PennDOT demolished it.Click to visit page.
Nebraska Bridge
Historic Significance Rating. Nebraska Road (PA-3004) Over Tionesta Creek Nebraska (Rural): Forest County, Pennsylvania Metal 9 Panel Rivet-Connected Parker Through Truss, Fixed Total Length: 187 ft
Main Span Length: 184 ft
Roadway Width: 23.3 ft
Main Spans: 1
1933 By: Ortale Construction Company and Pennsylvania State Highway Department This Parker truss survives, even having its deck underwater during rainy seasons.Click to visit page.

Divider

Back Home Top

Divider

About Contact Footer