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Built by David Stoner in 1852, the historic Sach’s Covered Bridge was used by both Union and Confederate Troops during the Civil War Battle of Gettysburg, July 1-3, 1863. It is located off Pumping Station Road in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania crossing over Marsh Creek.What is Sauck's covered bridge?
The Sachs Covered Bridge / ˈsɒks /, also known as Sauck's Covered Bridge and Waterworks Covered Bridge, is a 100-foot (30 m), Town truss covered bridge over Marsh Creek between Cumberland and Freedom Townships, Adams County in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania.How much did it cost to build the Sachs bridge?
The Sachs Covered Bridge was built around 1854 at a cost of $1,544. On July 1, 1863, the bridge was crossed by the two brigades of the I Corps of the Union Army heading towards Gettysburg.Is the Sachs Covered Bridge in Pennsylvania haunted?
As are most things associated with the American Civil War, the haunted Sachs Covered Bridge is yet another on the long list of haunted structures found in Pennsylvania.