Locust Creek Covered Bridge

Hillsboro, WV

Built in the 1870's, the Locust Creek Covered Bridge at Denmar, near Hillsboro, West Virginia, in Pocahontas County, spans Locust Creek near its mouth on the Greenbrier River. The span over Locust Creek was 13.5 feet (4.1 m) wide and 114 feet (35 m) long. It is the only remaining covered bridge in Pocahontas County. The bridge employs a Warren Double-Intersection truss, now rare in North America. Its interior was rebuilt after 1904. The bridge is now for pedestrian traffic only.

It is located on Secondary Route 31 South approximately 6.3 miles (9.7 km) outside of Hillsboro .

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