A tour of Bucks County, Pennsylvania

The Schofield Covered Bridge in Tyler Park

Tyler State Park has miles of paved trails. The Schofield Covered Bridge crosses the Neshaminy Creek on one of these trails. The bridge was a victim of arson in 1991 and rebuilt in 1997.  The bridge carries the Tyler Park bridle/hiking path over the Neshaminy Creek. Since it is not open to vehicles, you can park in the nearby parking lot and walk about 500 yards to the bridge.

Creek: Neshaminy Creek
Location: Tyler State Park outside of Newtown,   Pennsylvania
Road: Not open to vehicles. Part of the Tyler Park bridle path/hiking path,
Built: 1873, reconstructed in 1997
Length: 194 feet
TypeQueen Post Truss / Town Truss.

Schofield Covered Bridge in Tyler Park
Schofield Covered Bridge in Tyler Park
Schofield Covered Bridge Interior Closeup
Schofield Covered Bridge Interior Closeup
Schofield Covered Bridge Sign
Schofield Covered Bridge Sign
Schofield Covered Bridge Window
Schofield Covered Bridge Window
Schofield Covered Bridge
Schofield Covered Bridge

 

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