Eshleman's Mill Covered Bridge


  • Eshleman's Mill Covered Bridge
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  • Gordonville, PA 17529


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Pequea Creek

Located at Lat. 40.012 / Long. -76.108

Originally built by James C. Carpenter in 1845 for $933.  Rebuilt by Elias McMellen in 1893 for $2431.  This bridge is sometimes referred to as the Paradise Bridge, but is incorrectly referred to as Leaman’s Place Bridge.  Location:  on Belmont Road 1/2 mile north of High-way 30 in Paradise Township.

Narrative & photo credit: Kenneth W. Collins, author of "Covered Bridges of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania"

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