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The Richland Creek Bridge
World Guide #14-28-01

Richland Creek Bridge

Crossing Richland Creek and constructed with a Burr Arch truss, this 118-foot long structure was built by A.M. Kennedy & Sons in 1883. After being closed for many years, the bridge was rebuilt in 1997 and is once again open to traffic

Established in 1821 and named in honor of General Nathaniel Greene, a general in the Continental Army, Greene County is located in South Central Indiana where Bloomfield is the County Seat.

Greene County originally had six (6) covered bridges. Today it has one (1) remaining.

Points of interest in the County include: the White River and the Green-Sullivan State Forest.