This bridge is a very old stone arch bridge with an 1864 construction date. It has attractive color design with red stones in the arch ring contrasting with the grey stones of the rest of the bridge. The bridge has metal
pipe railing on top of the shallow stone parapets. It is assumed the pipe railings are an addition, but they appear to be a very old addition, perhaps from the early 20th Century when this type of railing was often used. The bridge cost
Cumberland County $2,997 to construct.
Information and Findings From Pennsylvania's Historic Bridge
Discussion of Bridge
The 3-span, humpbacked, stone arch bridge built in 1854 is listed as a contributing resource
to the Boiling Springs Historic District.
Bridge Considered Historic By Survey: Yes
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