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Josuah Hess Bridge
38-19-10
Forks, PA - Columbia County
Photo of Josuah Hess Bridge
Photo of Josuah Hess Bridge

Photo of Josuah Hess Bridge Portal
Photo of Josuah Hess Bridge Portal

Bridge Statistics
Region:  Central
County:  Columbia
Town:  Pine
Locality:  Millville
Position - Lat: 
Lon: 
N 41 06.855
W 76 20.343
Bridge Carries:  Fishing Creek Road
Bridge Crosses:  Hungington Creek
Bridge Traffic:  Vehicular
Truss Type:  Burr
Year Built:  1875
Builder:  Joseph Redline
Structure Characteristics:  Length:  105 Ft.
Width: 15 Ft. 5 In.
Posted Load: Unknown
Posted Vertical Clearance: Unknown
World Guide No.: 38-19-10
National Register of Historic Places Date:
Unknown



Description
The Josuah Hess Bridge is a single span Burr Arch with a total length of 110 feet. It carries Fishing Creek Road over Huntington Creek in the east of Forks PA. This historic bridge was built in 1875.

Photography
The bridge portals and elevation views are easy to photograph.

Parking
Alongside road near the bridge.

Truss / Arch

No truss photo available


Location Map

Location map of Josuah Hess Bridge

Location
Four miles northeast of PA93 at Orangeville on PA487 then right on SR1020, 1.4 miles s and left to the bridge.





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