Carrollton Covered Bridge

Carrollton Covered Bridge, Carrollton, Barbour County, Monongahela Valley Region
Carrollton Covered Bridge over the Buckhannon

The Carrollton Covered Bridge at Carrollton in Barbour County spans the Buckhannon River and is a 141-foot long, multi-kingpost Burr-arch truss. It is the second-longest and third-oldest covered bridge in West Virginia. It was built by Emmett and Daniel O’Brien in 1856 and was renovated in 1962.  The bridge is located off US-119 north of Audra State Park and south of Philippi, West Virginia. It is one of two remaining covered bridges in Barbour County; the other is the Philippi Covered Bridge.

NOTE: The bridge was burned in August 2017. Authorities were soon after trying to determine a cause and arrange for preservationists to assess the possibility of restoring the structure.

Visit our guide to Covered Bridges to find this bridge location on a map.

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