Beech Fork Covered Bridge

Beech Fork Covered Bridge (Old KY 458)

Beech Fork Covered Bridge, also known as the Mooresville Bridge, is located over the Beech Fork River in Mooresville, Washington County, Kentucky. The two-span covered Burr arch truss was constructed in 1865 by Cornelius Barnes carried the Springfield & Chaplin Turnpike before becoming a part of KY Route 458.

The historic crossing was bypassed by a concrete T-beam bridge in 1977. Beech Fork Covered Bridge was last rehabilitated in 1982.


  • State: Kentucky
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  • Type: Covered Burr Arch truss
  • Status: Active - Pedestrian
  • Total Length: 258 feet


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