Turner's Bridge

Turner's Covered Bridge sits quietly on a gravel Harrison Township backroad between the Pennsylvania Turnpike and PA Route 31.  For over 110 years, this Burr truss design has crossed the Raystown Branch of the Juniata River.  This Bedford County owned bridge is similar to other Burr truss bridges within the county, in that the truss work is exposed.  Turner's Bridge has also been called Diehl's Bridge.

Bridge Specs:
Number: 38-05-19
Design: Burr Truss
Length: 87 feet
Crosses: Raystown Branch - Juniata River
Built: 1892

  • From Bedford: Follow US 30 West to PA 31 West; Go through the town of Manns Choice continuing west on PA 31; look for bridge on your right two miles west of Manns Choice.
  • From Somerset: Follow PA 31 East into Bedford County; bridge is on left about seven miles into the county.
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