Hunsecker Mill Covered Bridge, Bird in Hand

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The Hunsecker's Mill Covered Bridge is a covered bridge located in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, United States. The bridge has a single span, wooden, double Burr arch trusses design. The bridge, which spans the Conestoga River, is 180 feet (55 m) long, making it the longest single span covered bridge in the county.
The bridge's WGCB Number is 38-36-06. Unlike most historic covered bridges in the county, it is not listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is located at 40°5′13.8″N 76°14′51″W (40.08717, -76.24750). The bridge is approximately one mile southeast of Pennsylvania Route 272 and is 0.5 miles (0.80 km) north of Pennsylvania Route 23 off Mondale Road on Hunsecker Road, just west of the community of Hunsecker. The bridge divides the road on which it is upon into Hunsecker Road (East) in Upper Leacock Township and Hunsicker Road (West) in Manheim Township.
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  • Three covered bridges researched history of each, be careful if you choose to walk through as vehicular traffic goes through kind of fast. 
    Three covered bridges researched history of each, be careful if you choose to walk through as vehicular traffic goes through kind of fast.  more »
  • we visited several covered and uncovered bridges on our trip. This one being in Amish country. These bridges served a need years ago and still do the same for rhe residents and through traffic. well.....  more
    we visited several covered and uncovered bridges on our trip. This one being in Amish country. These bridges served a need years ago and still do the same for rhe residents and through traffic. well.....  more »
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  • Scenic drive to and from! Only enough room for 2 vehicles to pull off and park on the one side. Private property is clearly marked on the opposite side, so be aware. This non-private side is a good place to pull out of the river if you decide to drop in a tube or kayak from the quarry or below. Worth a drive through and a quick stop for photos, for sure!
  • Another beautiful Amish bridge. loved driving countryside. Peaceful.

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