The shorter, newer, and lesser known of Monroe County's two covered bridges is West Virginia's smallest. Employing a queen post truss, it is just over 24 feet long and 13 feet wide. The side walls, angled upward at each end, are covered with red-painted horizontal cladding. This is one of several covered bridges in West Virginia still open to vehicles, and its rural setting, approached by country roads, is pristine.
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Laurel Creek Covered Bridge
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