Tuesday, July 14, 2020


A little over a week ago now I went out to Pennsylvania to visit my brothers for the only trip I would get this year.  I knew we were good because they all had been tested for various reasons and were fine.  We did a lot of walking and social distancing.  We went to a couple of state parks and Little Buffalo was one of them.  This is a Covered bridge which had been relocated approximately 1 mile to the park in 1971.  It has a bit of a railroad connection.  It's original location had it on the farm of John B Clay and it sat next to the Wahneta water tank for the Newport & Sherman valley Railroad.  It was often referred to locally as the Wahneta Covered bridge as a result.

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