PHOTOS | Shocks Mill Bridge – Lancaster County, PA

 

Built in 1905, Shocks Mill is a train bridge that crosses the Susquehanna in between the Lancaster County river towns of Bainbridge and Marietta. The mid-section’s appearence is different due to the $7.5 million of repairs that were necessary to make the structure safe for use after hurricane Agnes floodwaters damaged the bridge in 1972.

Soon you’ll be able to ride your bike right under the bridge and then north the whole way to Falmouth on the Northwest Lancaster County River Trail.

Shocks Mill Bridge - Lancaster County, PA

 

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