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Tennessee Covered Bridges

Let's go back in time to the days when most Tennessee covered bridges were built so that people could cross streams. The purpose of the covering was to protect the wooden structural members from the weather. A standard bridge could last for 20 years, but a covered bridge lasted about 100 years.

harrisburg covered bridgeHarrisburg Covered Bridge in Sevierville TN; image by Jeaneane Payne

Bible Covered Bridge
Bowser Farm
Brookside Motel, Gatlinburg
Coker Creek
Covered Bridge Estates, Bedford County
Cumberland Gap Covered Bridge
Defeated Creek
Doe River Covered Bridge
Emerson E Parks Farm
Emerts Cove
Gap Creek
Harrisburg Covered Bridge
Hardin Valley Covered Bridge
Hidden Hollow
Indian Springs
Little Chucky
Long Branch
Mackey Branch
Miller's Creek
Moyer Branch
Parks Covered Bridge

Port Royal
Salt Lick Creek
Sue's Bridge
Sycamore Springs

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