We decided to do the north-east tour first. The first bridge is Bartram's,
with a portal "as high and wide as a load of hay." As you can see, there
is a gate across the bridge, preventing anyone from walking through it.
It was bypassed in 1940.
The next bridge, Harmony Hill, we skipped, since we had visited it previously.
Larkin bridge (38-15-11) was the next, and proved to be a source of some frustration, since it was not there. We asked a park maintenance man if he knew where it was and
he told us that the county tried to move it and it fell apart.
Hall/Sheeder is the next bridge. Notice the double arch
truss in front and a third, barely visible behind. I have attached two
photos of Kennedy, the next bridge on the tour. Notice that Kennedy and
Hall both have stair-step portals.
I have attached three photos of Rapp's Dam, including one showing some missing siding. I hope that PennDOT is aware of this. We skipped Knox bridge, the last one on the tour, since we visited it previously.