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The Medora Bridge
World Guide #14-36-04

Medora Bridge

Crossing the East fork of White River and constructed with a Burr Arch truss, this 434-foot long tipple span structure was built by J.J. Daniels in 1875. It was bypassed in 1970, and at present, the structure is closed to all traffic including pedestrian.

Established in 1816 and named in honor of General Andrew Jackson, Jackson County is located in South Central Indiana where Brownstown is the County Seat.

Jackson County originally had six (6) covered bridges. Today it has two (2) remaining.

Points of interest in the County include: Starve Hollow State Beach, Jackson-Washington State Forest and Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge.