Meemâ€™s Bottom Covered Bridge in Mount Jackson, Virginia is the longest covered bridge still in operation in Virginia. Constructed in the late 1800â€™s from materials cut and quarried nearby. In the 1930â€™s it was deeded to the Highway Department. The original bridge was burned by vandals on Halloween 1976. The current bridge was reconstructed with original salvaged timber, and new steel beams, and concrete piers. Reopened to traffic in 1979, the bridge is operational and part of the Wilderness Trail in Shenandoah County, Virginia.
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November 18th, 2020
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