Containing 97,000 feet of southern pine and
oak, the State Road Bridge was erected in 1983 across Conneaut Creek. The 152-foot
Town lattice span was the first covered bridge designed and built by County Engineer
John Smolen, Jr. A four-foot tall window extends the length of the bridge showing
the Town lattice construction. The dedication of the bridge in 1983 was the forerunner
of the Covered Bridge Festival. Located 5.1 miles from Middle Road Bridge.
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