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Cogan House or Buckhorn, Lycoming County

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Inventory Number: PA/38-41-02
County: Lycoming County
Township: Cogan House
Town/Village: Cogan House
Bridge Name: Cogan House or Buckhorn
Crosses: Larry's Creek
Truss type: Burr Arch
Spans: 1
Length: 93' to 94'
Roadway Width: 19'
Built: 1877
Builder:
When Lost: standing
Cause:
Latitude: N41 23.90
Longitude: W077 12.01
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Directions: 2.5 miles east-northeast jct PA287 on PA184 then 1.4 miles right on TR786 and just ahead on dead end Green Goose Rd. (T784), 2 miles southwest of Cogan House, east of Brookside.
Comments: 8-panel truss.

Cogan House or Buckhorn Bridge, Cogan, Lycoming County, PA Built 1877
Todd Clark Collection


Cogan House or Buckhorn Bridge, Cogan, Lycoming County, PA Built 1877
Richard Donovan / Trish Kane Collection


Cogan House or Buckhorn Bridge, Cogan, Lycoming County, PA Built 1877
Richard Donovan / Trish Kane Collection


Cogan House or Buckhorn Bridge, Cogan, Lycoming County, PA Built 1877
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Cogan House or Buckhorn Bridge, Cogan, Lycoming County, PA Built 1877
Bill Caswell Photo, May 4, 2015


Cogan House or Buckhorn Bridge, Cogan, Lycoming County, PA Built 1877
Jenn Caswell Photo, May 4, 2015

Sources:
Evans, Benjamin D. & June R.. Pennsylvania's Covered Bridges, 2001, page 201
Travis, Dale. Pennsylvania Covered Bridges List, updated to 26 Aug 2004, http://www.dalejtravis.com/cblist/cbpa.htm (23 Sep 2004)
Kipphorn, Thomas. Information received by email, July 2007
National Society for the Preservation of Covered Bridges. World Guide to Covered Bridges, 2009, page 121

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