Cabin Run Covered Bridge
Just before Cabin Run empties into Tohickon Creek, it passes under Cabin Run Covered Bridge. Built in 1871, this and 11 other covered bridges serve as iconic and historic landmarks for people who want to explore scenic Bucks County.
Credit: Photo by B. Krist for Visit Philadelphia™
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