Three Covered Bridges in Maryland
This is the Utica Mills Covered Bridge, not far from the Hunting Creek Fisheries. It was built over Fishing Creek from part of the Devilbiss Covered Bridge that had been over the Monocacy River in Frederick County and that had been washed away in 1889 in the disastrous Johnstown Flood. Over the years it has been repaired and refurbished numerous times.
This is not a bridge, but I saw it on Utica Road on the way to the covered bridge. It is part of a national, and even international, movement to promote literacy, organized by the non-profit Little Free Library, where you can get information to start your own Little Free Library, or find one in your area.
This is the Loys Station Covered Bridge. Its history goes back to the Civil War era, and was once near a rail road station, hence its name.
This is the Roddy Road Covered Bridge, which also has a oral tradition of a role during the Civil War. Damage caused by a truck in 2016 shows in the photo, which has resulted in the bridge being closed until it can be fixed.