Indian Creek Covered Bridge

Indian Creek Covered Bridge, Salt Sulphur Springs, Monroe County, Greenbrier Valley Region
Indian Creek Covered Bridge

The Indian Creek Covered Bridge at Salt Sulphur Springs, near Union, West Virginia, in Monroe County, spans Indian Creek and is a 50-foot long “long truss” bridge. Ray and Oscar Weikel were 16 and 18 when they built the bridge in 1898. In 1930, when US-219 was completed the bridge was no longer needed and fell out of common use. Restoration began in 1965 when it was leased to the Monroe County Historical Society. The bridge was restored by Hoke Brothers Construction in 2000.

The The Indian Creek Covered Bridge is 49.25 feet long and 11.5 feet wide.  It is one of two remaining covered bridges in Monroe County; the other is the Laurel Creek Covered Bridge.

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

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