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Rohrbach , Columbia County

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Inventory Number: PA/38-19-31x
County: Columbia County
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
Kipphorn, Thomas. Information received by email, May 2006

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