The Horsham / Factory Covered Bridge is located a mile and a half west of the little town of White Deer, Pennsylvania. The bridge is on Grey Hill Road, off of State Route 516 in White Deer Township, Union County. It spans the White Deer Creek and is an outstanding example of the classic covered bridge.
The Horsham Bridge (also know as “The Factory Bridge”) was built in 1880, across the White Deer Creek. This bridge was officially listed on the US National Register of Historic Places on February 8, 1980.
A Canon EOS 10D DSLR body, fitted with a Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L Zoom lens was used. The lens was set to its 26mm focal length of. The camera’s shutter speed was 1/15th sec at f/8. The camera’s ISO was set to 400.
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