Description

The Shryer Covered Bridge (aka Shreyer) was built of multiple Kingpost truss construction in 1891 with a length of 65-feet over Paw Paw Creek. The bridge is built on a decided skew; the north side of the bridge extended a few feet farther west at the west end, and the south side of the bridge extended a few feet farther east at the east end. It was reconstructed in 1987 on the Shreyer Egg Farm. This bridge is on private property. 

To explore all of our covered bridges, click this link to access the Fairfield County Covered Bridge Trail Guide.

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