2 responses to Covered Bridges of Lancaster County
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    Comment on covered bridges (June 25th, 2011 at 12:24)

    covered bridges

    If there asre so many bridges in Lancaster, why is it so hard to find them. lol. We went to Lancaster two yrs ago, and tried to find one and couldn’t. I even printed out a tour and still we could not find them. Is there a trick to finding them?? Just wondering.

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    Comment on Covered Bridges of Lancaster County (June 25th, 2011 at 14:25)

    Hi Ianore, they should be printed on most county maps, I’ve got one here that I picked up for 5 dollars that has them all. It’s a big county, so even with around 30 bridges, they aren’t around every corner. But worth finding.

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