Schenk's Mill Bridge
Schenk's Mill Bridge is an early Lancaster County bridge with some unusual characteristics, including a rather low Burr arch and horizontal clapboard siding. "The original Schenk farmhouse and mill are still standing," according to Evans and Evans. (p. 150) They seem now to house a cabinetry atelier.
Detail of Entryway
Length: 96 ft.
Width: 15 ft.Built 1855Builder: Charles Malhorn, Levi FinkTruss: BurrStream: Chickie's CreekTraffic: yesAlternative name: Big Chickies 4 BridgeWGCB Number: 38-36-30Parking: Pull-offs on wide shoulders in the T-intersection to the east of the bridge, near the cabinetry atelier.
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