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Euharlee Covered Bridge, Euharlee

Categories: Bridges, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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4.5/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web
The Euharlee Covered Bridge, also known as the Euharlee Creek Covered Bridge or rarely the Lowry Bridge, is a wooden Town lattice covered bridge crossing Euharlee Creek in Euharlee, Georgia, United States, a small town west of Cartersville. The bridge was built after the raging creek swept away an old bridge on the property of Daniel Lowry. The collapse of the bridge killed one man. A new bridge was built using some materials provided by Lowry.The bridge was built in 1886 by Horace King's son Washington King and Johnathan H. Burke. The bridge spans 138 feet. The lattice trusses consist of planks crisscrossing at 45- to 60-degree angles and are fastened with wooden pegs, or trunnels, at each intersection. Traffic finally stopped across the bridge in 1980 when a new two-lane bridge was built.
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  • The Euharlee Covered Bridge is a neat historic place to visit. The area around the bridge and the creek below it is very scenic and picturesque. My family took pictures there to use on our Christmas c...  read more »
  • My parents live near here but this visit was the first time I've heard about a covered bridge nearby. The adults liked it more than the kids. I definitely think it's worth the drive to experience hist...  read more »
  • I live within 1 maybe 1 1/2 miles from here interesting to visit has a park for the kids to play while your visiting and sightseeing Very friendly people here. 
  • Beautiful relic of days gone by. Take the opportunity to go see it around Christmas time when it's lit up.
  • Beautiful old bridge. Fairly well maintained and closed to vehicular traffic so you can take your time inspecting and photographing this relic from the past.
  • I enjoyed this rustic bridge, the historical contribution & the surrounding area.
  • Wonderful and beautiful. Got married there 5 years ago.
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