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The Sheeder-Hall Covered Bridge is the oldest standing in Chester County (Pennsylvania, USA), being built in 1850. The span features a Burr arch design. The sides and portals are covered with narrow clapboard siding, the sides are painted barn red and the portals white. The portals feature a unique step design. It is open under the eves for ventilation and there is one opposing wide horizontal window on each side with a small awning-type roof over the opening. The deck is reinforced with four steel I-beams and has lengthwise plank flooring laid on top of crosswise planking. It has a shake roof.
112 VIEWS as of 08/04/2013
272 VIEWS as of 01/14/2014
Photographed with a SONY R1