Bells Mill Road Bridge

Bells Mill Road Bridge


Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (PA), US
This closed spandrel stone arch bridge is thought to be the oldest one in Philadelphia and the 5 surrounding counties. It was built in 1820 as a county bridge. It is 67 feet long and 27.3 feet wide.
This closed spandrel stone arch bridge is thought to be the oldest one in Philadelphia and the 5 surrounding counties. It was built in 1820 as a county bridge. It is 67 feet long and 27.3 feet wide.
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By: kkeps

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