October 9, 2019: According to a story published in the Ambler Gazette, Bucks County Pennsylvania is planning on spending $2.5 million on a project to repair seven covered bridges in the county. The project is expected to be completed within the next 15 months and is being funded by fees collected from vehicle registrations.
The bridges include the Frankenfield (WGN 38-09-09), Mood's (WGN 38-09-07#2), Van Sant (WGN 38-09-03), Pine Valley (WGN 38-09-12), Knechts (WGN 38-09-02), Cabin Run (WGN 38-09-10), and Uhlerstown (WGN 38-09-08) Covered Bridges.
Click on this link for the full story from the Ambler Gazette: According to Brady: Bucks County working to save covered bridges.
Here is a link which we thank Sandy Adrion for sharing, concerning the funding of some CB restoration work: Bucks County Covered Bridges To Get $2.5 Million Refurbishment Project.
Our thanks to Ray Finkelstein and James Crouse for making us aware of this story. Thanks also to Sandy Adrion for sharing the link.