“built in 1886!”
This bridge was built in 188t by Washington W. King. It is 137.6 feet long by 16.35 feet wide, and the truss is Town Lattice style. This bridge goes over Euharlee Creek. It has also been formerly known as Lowry Bridge. There is a parking area. Except for some graffiti on one end of the bridge, this covered bridge has been well maintained by the local folks. In 1997 a museum opened in the old cow shed near the bridge. Open 12-5 Monday thru Friday, the museum (free, but they appreciate donations) houses memorabilia about the bridge as well as Euharlee. Though the museum is closed on weekends, if you call ahead (Euharlee City Hall (770)386-1542) they will open at special hours for groups.
This was really awesome! Perfect for a road trip photo!
I guess it was meet to see a covered bridge in the south since they are most common up northeast.....the museum is permanently closed so there's really nothing there. I don't think it was worth my 30min trip from Cartersville, GA
Very beautiful we had fun viewing walking and learning about this bridge
Everything was closed but it was a nice stop along our road trip. Got tons of great pictures and the water was so peaceful and quiet.
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Euharlee Creek Bridge
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- Sun: 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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