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Inventory Number: PA/38-19-31x
County: Columbia County
Township:
Town/Village:
Bridge Name: Rohrbach
Crosses: Roaring Creek, South Branch
Truss type: Queen
Spans: 1
Length: 48' span, 64'-4" overall
Roadway Width: 14'-5"
Built: 1846
Builder: Joseph Fulton
When Lost: Oct 1986
Cause: Dismantled
Latitude: N40 54.022
Longitude: W076 30.697
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Directions: Formerly on Krick Road (T369), presently stored at Knoebel's Grove Amusement Park.
Comments: County # 24. Dismantled and in storage at Knoebel's Grove.

Rohrbach Bridge, Columbia County, PA Built 1846 Dismantled Oct 1986
Tom and Linda Burns Photo, September 8, 1985
Source:
Kipphorn, Thomas. Information received by email, May 2006

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