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Indiana Covered Bridges: Dana, Indiana Images

The Dana, Indiana covered bridge is remarkable. As I’ve said before, it’s not just the outside of these bridges that are neat–it’s the inside, too!

Heading to these different Indiana towns and scouting out their bridges is fun! Every Indiana covered bridge is different. From the outside to the inside, it’s pretty neat to see how the bridge was put together. It’s amazing how they all vary in some way or another. The Dana bridge, for example, has that long sweeping arch along the side–is that neat or what?

Walking through this kind of Indiana history? Love it! I admit, that as much as I hate that people have decided to carve their names inside these things all over the place, it’s kind of neat to read the dates!

Images from Dana, Indiana Covered Bridges

Indiana Covered Bridges: Ceiling of Dana Bridge
Indiana Covered Bridges: Ceiling of Dana Bridge
Indiana Covered Bridges: Ceiling of Dana Bridge
Indiana Covered Bridges: Ceiling of Dana Bridge
Graffiti on the Dana, Indiana Covered Bridge
Graffiti on the Dana, Indiana Covered Bridge
1941? Graffiti on Dana, Indiana Covered Bridge
1941? Graffiti on Dana, Indiana Covered Bridge
Bolts on the Dana, Indiana Bridge
Bolts on the Dana, Indiana Bridge

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2 comments

  1. Jessica Nunemaker

    That is so neat! Thanks for sharing that, Becki! And thanks for reading little Indiana! :)

  2. It’s not in a covered bridge, but in the Priest’s Room at Historic St. Patrick’s Church in Lagro, Indiana….Altar boys left their names and dates written on the plaster wall. Some go back to the turn of the century. It’s amazing to see those signatures and the dates inscribed and to realize that where you are standing right now, someone very much like you stood over a hundred years ago!
    Keep up the good work, Jessica! I love Little Indiana and esp. loved you using Wabash for your TV pitch.

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