List of covered bridges in North Carolina facts for kids
Below is a list of covered bridges in North Carolina. There are only three authentic covered bridges in the U.S. state of North Carolina of which one is historic. A covered bridge is considered authentic not due to its age, but by its construction. An authentic bridge is constructed using trusses rather than other methods such as stringers, a popular choice for non-authentic covered bridges.
|Bunker Hill Covered Bridge||Catawba||Claremont
||1895||81 feet (25 m)||Lyle Creek||Catawba County Historical Association||Haupt||Only bridge in the US using this design|
|Pisgah Community Covered Bridge||Randolph||Pisgah
||ca. 1910||51 feet (16 m)||Upper branch of the Little River||Private||Modified queen|
|Will Henry Stevens Covered Bridge||Macon||Highlands
||2008||87 feet (27 m)||Creek||Private||Town||Formerly the Bagley Bridge of Warner, New Hampshire|
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