Located at Lat. 39.979 / Long. -76.2261
Originally built by Christian Brackbill in 1824 (cost unknown) as the Bowman’s Mill Bridge. It was rebuilt by James C. Carpenter in 1875 for $1860. With an 11 ft. opening, it is the county’s narrowest covered bridge. In the winter of 2001, the mill was torn down and the stones used to make a stone fence on the property. Location: on Penn Grant Road 1/2 mile south of Lampeter in W. Lampeter Township.
Narrative & photo credit: Kenneth W. Collins, author of "Covered Bridges of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania"
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