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Below is a present list of Virginia covered bridges. There are currently eight historic covered bridges remaining in the U.S. state of Virginiamarker, all of them still at their original locations.

Name County Location Built Length (ft) Spans Notes
Biedler Farm Rockinghammarker Broadwaymarker 1896 93 Smith Creekmarker One of the oldest covered bridges remaining in Virginia. Privately owned.
Bob Whitemarker Patrickmarker Woolwinemarker 1921 80 Smith River One of two historic covered bridges remaining in Patrick County.
C.K. Reynolds Gilesmarker Newport 1919 36 Sinking Creek Currently the shortest historic covered bridge in Virginia. Privately owned.
Humpbackmarker Alleghanymarker Covingtonmarker 1857 109 Dunlap Creek The only arched covered bridge remaining in the United Statesmarker.
Jack's Creekmarker Patrickmarker Woolwinemarker 1914 48 Smith River One of two historic covered bridges remaining in Patrick County.
Link Farm Gilesmarker Newport 1912 49 Sinking Creek Narrowest covered bridge in Virginia at wide. Privately owned.
Meem's Bottom Shenandoahmarker Mount Jacksonmarker 1894 204 North Fork of the Shenandoah River Currently the longest covered bridge in Virginia. Burned down on October 28, 1976. Rebuilt in 1978.
Sinking Creek Gilesmarker Newport ca. 1916 71 Sinking Creek One of three historic covered bridges remaining in Giles County.


Below is a list of some of the other historic covered bridges in Virginia which were eventually destroyed, removed or altered.

Name County Location Built Length (ft) Spans Notes
Marysville Campbellmarker Gladys 1878 60 Seneca Creek Bridge was destroyed by a flood during Hurricane Fran in September 1996.
Trent Cumberlandmarker Cumberlandmarker ca. 1844 145 Willis River Bridge no longer extant.


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