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The Martic Forge or Colemanville Covered Bridge by jw coulter

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Feb 09, 2010
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Feb 09, 2010
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(from Wiki) The Colemanville Covered Bridge was originally built in 1856 by James C. Carpenter at a cost of $2,244. After being damaged twice by flooding, it was partially rebuilt in 1938 by Edmund Gardner and 1973 by David Esh. Lancaster county completely rebuilt the bridge in 1992. Hopefully this spot will be included in a Sunday Drive App route showing the covered bridges of Pennsylvania. If it makes it, you'll be able to head around the state with your smart phone to guide you to PA covered bridges.


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