Hares Hill Road Bridge


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The Hares Hill Road Bridge is a single-span, wrought iron, bowstring-shaped lattice girder bridge. It was built in 1869 by Moseley Iron Bridge and Roof Company and is the only known surviving example of this kind. The bridge spans French Creek, a Pennsylvania Scenic River, and connects the village of Kimberton and Spring City in Chester County, Pennsylvania. The structure has a current load posting of 7 tons (6.4 metric tons).

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