Blue Ridge Country - November/December 2013 - 17
Far left: Hoke’s Mill,
near Ronceverte, is
an 82-foot Long Truss
over Second Creek; it
was built in 1899.
Above: The 48-foot
Indian Creek Bridge,
near Sulphur Springs
in Union County, was
built in 1898.
Far lower left: The
Locust Creek Bridge,
in Hillsboro, is a 113foot Warren Truss built
in1870 over Monroe
Bottom left: Hern’s
Mill, near Lewisburg,
was built in1884 and
is a 54-foot Queen
over Milligan’s Creek.
more covered bridges in the region
Sinking Creek Bridge, Newport, 1916.
Bob White Covered Bridge, Stuart, 1921.
Jack’s Creek Covered Bridge , Woolwine, 1914.
Meem’s Bottom Bridge, Mount Jackson,1894/1976.
Humpback Bridge, Covington, 1857.
WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA
Bunker Hill, Catawba County, 1900.
Elizabethton Bridge, Carter County, 1882.
Harrisburg Bridge, Sevier County, 1875
Cromer’s Mill Bridge, Franklin, 1906.
Stovall Mill Bridge, Helen,1895.
For exact locations of these and the West Virginia covered bridges, go to BlueRidgeCountry.com/Bridges.
NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2013 | 17