The Beaver River Railroad Bridge is a two-span polygonal Warren through truss that crosses the Beaver River between Beaver and Rochester.
The Bridgewater-Rochester Bridge carries PA 4042 between Bridgewater and Rochester, Pennsylvania over the Beaver River. Constructed in 1933, the Parker through truss was last rehabilitated in 1977.
Located in in Adams County, the Sachs Covered Bridge was constructed in 1852 by David S. Stoner for $1,544. The lattice-truss is 100 feet in length and crosses a small impoundment of Marsh Creek.