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Dover Covered Bridge

Valley Pike (Bouldin, Daugherty) Covered Bridge

Johnson Creek Covered Bridge

Beech Fork Covered Bridge

The Photographer's and Explorer's Series

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Kentucky Covered Bridges

A Guide for Photographers and Explorers

Published by Harold Stiver at Smashwords

Copyright 2012 Harold Stiver

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How to use this Book

For each of the 13 historical or Traditional Covered Bridges remaining in Kentucky, we have included photographs as well as descriptive and statistical data. Traditional Covered Bridges are those that follow the building practices of the Nineteenth Century and the early part of the Twentieth Century or those built later that follow those methods. All of these bridges have had repairs done as portions wear out, and some may have been almost entirely replaced through the years. I have used "The National Society for the Preservation of Covered Bridges, Inc." list of what they consider as Traditional Bridges.

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