Forsythe Covered Bridge

w. county road 650s southwest of rushville indiana|rushville, Indiana USA

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Forsythe Covered Bridge, also known as Forsythe Mill Bridge, is a historic covered bridge located near Rushville, Indiana and/or Gowdy, in Orange Township, Rush County, Indiana. It was built in 1888 by Emmett L. Kennedy. It is a Burr Arch bridge, long over Big Flat Rock River. The bridge has rounded arch portals and decorative scrollwork that are signatures of the Kennedy firm. It was listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1983, as part of a multiple property submission covering six bridges built by the Kennedy family firm.

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Forsythe Covered Bridge

w. county road 650s southwest of rushville indiana|rushville
Indiana
USA

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