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Inventory Number: KY/17-93-01x
County: Oldham County
Township:
Town/Village:
Bridge Name: Boy Scout Camp
Crosses: Harrods Creek
Truss type: Burr
Spans: 1
Length: c120'
Roadway Width:
Built:
Builder:
When Lost: Unknown
Cause: Burned
Latitude: N38 21.65
Longitude: W085 34.48
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Topographic map of the area
Directions: Abandoned alignment KY 329.

Boy Scout Camp Bridge, Oldham County, KY
Bill Caswell Collection, copy of photo in Oscar Lane Collection
Comments:
Vertical siding. Approaches exist. Replaced by concrete. This bridge was destroyed by a carelessly discarded cigarette.
Sources:
Database of Kentucky covered bridges compiled by Robert W. M. Laughlin
Laughlin, Robert W. M. and Melissa C. Jurgensen. Covered Bridges of Kentucky, 2007, page 31

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