“The Longest of Four!”
This bridge was built in 1868. At 151 feet, it is the longest of the four surviving covered bridges in Missouri. Spanned Locust Creek, it once carried Route 8, the nation's first transcontinental highway. Route 36, three miles west of Laclede; north on Danube Drive, one mile; then east on Dart Road.
Its open a 1/4 mile walk but definitely worth seeing
Still closed when we passed through.
Intended to stop, but sign on US36 said it was temporarily closed.
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Locust Creek Covered Bridge State Historic Site
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