Mt.Zion-Beech Fork Bridge 

Built in 1910 this 226 foot double arch span once carrying the Springfield and Chaplin Turnpike across the Beech Fork River, the bridge is a two span Burr truss bridge (each 102 feet long) making it the longest covered bridge in Kentucky. The bridge is no longer in use.
N37 49.72' W85 15.41'
In 1997, the bridge was washed away in a flood, then restored in 1998. It is the only sawtooth edged entrance bridge in Kentucky.

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