The Biedler Farm Covered Bridge carries a farm road over Smith Creek in Rockingham County, Virginia.
The Biedler Farm Covered Bridge, a private structure featuring a multiple Kingpost truss with a Burr arch, was built by Daniel Biedler in 1888 over Smith Creek. 1 Biedler had served in the Civil War with Co. E, 2nd Virginia Infantry of the Stonewall Brigade.
In 1973, James Keeler bought the farm and treated the bridge’s wood with creosote. 1 He also conducted minor structural repairs, including siding replacement. Further renovations were made in July 1989, and new flooring was installed in April 1990.
- State: Virginia
- Route: Private
- Type: Covered Burr Arch truss, Covered Kingpost Truss
- Status: Active - Automobile
- Total Length: 92.5'
- “A last of its kind.” Daily News Leader, 20 Feb. 1991, p. C2.