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HISTORIC COVERED BRIDGES IN MARYLAND - The Loy's Station Covered Bridge

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The Loy's Station Covered Bridge in Fredrick County, Maryland

This Original Howe Truss Bridge was built between 1850 and 1860 and is located on 
Old Frederick Road over Owens Creek in Frederick County, Maryland. This bridge 
originally was 90 feet long but was modified by adding a concrete pier and steel 
beams that created 2-45 foot spans. The roadway width is 12.5 feet and the 
bridge is open to traffic.

For additional information on this structure please contact the Frederick County
Department of Public Works at (301) 696-2937.

loy stations bridge 1

loy stations bridge 2


 
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