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Loy's Station Covered Bridge, Thurmont

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The Loys Station Covered Bridge is a multiple king post wooden covered bridge near Thurmont, Maryland. The bridge was burned by an arsonist in 1991 and rebuilt using surviving framing. The original bridge spanned 90 feet in one span, but has since been modified with a pier at the middle of the span. The bridge crosses Owen's Creek and is surrounded by a park.
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  • The name for this bridge came from a railroad station that was located here and is only 90 feet long. The railroad tracks of the Western Maryland Railroad still exist. Like the Utica Bridge, this is.....  more »
  • The Loys Station Covered Bridge is one of a few original covered bridges in Northern Maryland and was reconstruct for daily used and as historic and tourist attraction. According to the history, it.....  more »
  • Beautiful covered bridge for cars n bikes. Nice park with pavilions a stream etc.
  • This area has several covered bridges and a driving tour can be done in a few hours. There is a picnic table next to the water at this bridge. It is under shade and makes for the perfect picnic area to stop during the covered bridge tour. (Self tour).

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