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Snooks Covered Bridge (Bedford County, PA)

This uniquely named bridge takes its name from Jacob Snooks. It is located near what was, years ago, Snook's home. 82 feet in length, this is a Burr Truss design that was built in 1883. Spanning Dunnings Creek, it is found just off of Route 56, north of Fishertown, on Township Route 554. County owned.

The Snooks Bridge is open to traffic. 

PHOTO BY: J. COCHRAN

Snooks Covered Bridge (Bedford County, PA)

This uniquely named bridge takes its name from Jacob Snooks. It is located near what was, years ago, Snook's home. 82 feet in length, this is a Burr Truss design that was built in 1883. Spanning Dunnings Creek, it is found just off of Route 56, north of Fishertown, on Township Route 554. County owned.

The Snooks Bridge is open to traffic.

PHOTO BY: J. COCHRAN