Woods Covered Bridge

The Woods (Neddie Woods) Covered Bridge is the oldest covered bridge that remains standing in Greene County. It was built in 1882 by Lisbon Scott and named for Edward (Ned or Neddie) W. Wood, a Civil War veteran who owned the land on which the bridge was built. Woods Bridge is covered on both sides with unpainted vertical plank siding, a gable roof covered with corrugated sheet metal and abutments of cut stone block.

The structure was rehabilitated in 2005 and reinforced with six steel I-beams.

Photo by Memories & Melodies

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