Indiana County to receive funding for Kintersburg Covered Bridge Rehabilitation

It was recently announced that Indiana County Commissioners will be receiving $578,672 for the rehabilitation of the Kintersburg Covered Bridge. The bridge is located at 2730 Musser Road, Indiana, PA 15701.

Read more about the announcement from our friends at WCCS.

A little history about the Kintersburg Covered Bridge (courtesy of Indiana County Parks & Trails):
Kintersburg Bridge was named by Isaac Kinter, in honor of his father, John Kinter a Revolutionary War Veteran. J.S. Fleming erected the bridge over Crooked Creek at a cost of $893. The Kintersburg Bridge is the only Howe truss bridge in Indiana County and one of only five Howe truss bridges remaining in the state of Pennsylvania.
Year Built: 1877
Truss type: Howe
Length: 68 feet
Builder: J .S. Fleming
Stream: Crooked Creek
Number: PA-32-05

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