Cox Farm Bridge

Posted by on Mar 21, 2012 in Blog | 10 comments

Cox Farm Bridge, Lippincott, Pennsylvania, USA

Cox Farm Bridge, Lippincott, Pennsylvania

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Cox Farm Bridge

Cox Farm bridge (also known as Lippincott bridge), like most of the other Greene County, Pennsylvania covered bridges, is located on a fairly heavily traveled township road in an open, rural area.  Newer than most covered bridges, Cox Farm bridge was built in 1940.  It is of Kingpost design, 31 feet 10 inches in length and crosses Ruff Creek.  Although heavily reinforced with 5 steel I-beams, this bridge only carries a three-ton load limit.  The interior of the bridge, seen in the image above, clearly shows the diagonal timbers of the kingpost truss.

Cox Farm Bridge, Lippincott, Pennsylvania, USA

Cox Farm Bridge, Lippincott, Pennsylvania

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This will be the last of the covered bridge series for now, although do not be surprised if I raid my library and find a few more gems later in the year.


  1. nicely done Mark, these bridges are just excellent subjects!
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  2. This is a cool looking bridge Mark. I looks to be a pretty short bridge. Really like the first image with the road acting as a leading line through to the other side.
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  3. These bridges are quite unique aren’t they? Hope you find some more!
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  4. Nice shots, Mark. I don’t find these old bridges in my area. I like the composition on the first one. Great job.
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  5. What a stunning, stunning bridge wonderfully captured! Great set, my friend, I truly enjoyed it a lot!
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  6. I really like the way these have been processed. A great series Mark on these covered bridges. Look forward to some more in the future.

  7. Man I love these covered bridges. I think I have only seen one in person when I was a kid! Nice work!
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  8. Great shot Mark! I got shots of this bridge last fall on a Sunday out shooting with my son. Terrific work!

  9. My name is Roger Cox and I am the grandson of Frank Cox who owned this farm. I live in Arizona now and lived most of my adult life in Seattle so I haven’t been able to visit this farm and bridge very often. It is a true treasure for our children and their children.

    Roger Cox

    • Thank you for visiting and leaving your comment, Roger. Its connections such as yours that make maintaining this web-site so much more enjoyable. I hope you will be able to bring your children to see the bridge and the surrounding countryside and show them your little piece of history.
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