Visit Giles County and the Sinking Creek Covered Bridge

November 2, 2015

SinkingCreekCoveredBridge
Photo by Skye Marthaler

The Sinking Creek Bridge (also known as Clover Hollow Bridge), a 70-foot span currently maintained by Giles County, was left in place for the property owner when a new bridge was built in 1949. It was built circa 1916 with modified Howe trusses. The bridge is located just off Route 601 between Route 42 and Route 700, north of Route 460.

SOURCE: http://www.vdot.virginia.gov/info/faq-covbridge6.asp

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