Dents Run Covered Bridge, West VA

 




Dents Run Covered Bridge
Laurel Point, Monongalia County, West VA
built: 1889
12 feet and 10 inches wide, 40 feet long. 

Like you know, the hubs and I love (love, love, love) covered bridges, so this one was so awesome to see. Love the style. I sure hope others will take the time to travel to see these beauties. Be sure to find them in your neck of the woods as well. You will have a blast, I promise. What fun!!! Hope you are well. You're so sweet, awesome and kind to stop in!! Thank you for your visit today. Hope you are well. Take Care. Beth ( ; 

Comments

Barbara R. said…
Yes, it's certainly a beauty. I like how the new bridge was built snug up against it, kind of like a big sister protecting it. I guess you can still walk in the old bridge though. THanks for sharing here!
Ruth Hiebert said…
I am certain there are no covered bridges in my area. I do love how they look, very picturesque.
Jenn Jilks said…
You do love them!
I wonder why people would cover them back in the day.
Linda said…
Nice! We only have a few in my area. Most have succumbed to floodwaters or fires. The one in Mount Jackson barely survived a fire and had to be restored.
William Kendall said…
That does stand out beautifully.

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