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These ovens, built of special heat-resistant brick in the late 1800s, were used to carbonize, or superheat, coal from the nearby Colorado Fuel & Iron mines in Coal Basin, south of Carbondale, and convert it into “coke,” a critical ingredient of the process for smelting iron ore in CF&I plants in Pueblo.

These ovens, built of special heat-resistant brick in the late 1800s, were used to carbonize, or superheat, coal from the nearby Colorado Fuel & Iron mines in Coal Basin, south of Carbondale, and convert it into “coke,” a critical ingredient of the process for smelting iron ore in CF&I plants in Pueblo.

The Narrows Covered Bridge crosses Sugar Creek at the eastern edge of Turkey Run State Park and is a single span Burr Arch Truss covered bridge structure that was built by Joseph A. Britton in 1882. The bridge is 141 feet long, 16.5 feet wide, and 12.5 feet high.

The Narrows Covered Bridge crosses Sugar Creek at the eastern edge of Turkey Run State Park and is a single span Burr Arch Truss covered bridge structure that was built by Joseph A. Britton in 1882. The bridge is 141 feet long, 16.5 feet wide, and 12.5 feet high.

The Big Rocky Fork Covered Bridge, is 1 mile South East of Mansfield, Indiana on County Road 720, about 2 miles east of State Road 59. It is located in Parke County, Indiana. The length is 88 feet including the 8-foot overhang at each end. This single span Burr Arch Truss structure was Built in 1900 by Joseph J. Daniels, the road bypassed this structure in 1988. Though no historical marker is in place, the Big Rocky Fork Covered Bridge was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1978. The area around this bridge was known to be a favorite hideout for the infamous John Dillinger.

The Mansfield Covered Bridge is located in Parke County, Indiana in the village of Mansfield, Indiana and was designed and built by J. J. Daniels in 1867 to cross the Big Raccoon Creek in Parke County, IN. The Bridge is 247 feet long and creates a picturesque environment for artist and photographers alike.

The Mansfield Covered Bridge is located at Mansfield Rd. (historic) and Big Raccoon Creek in Mansfield, IN, just southeast of Rockville, IN.

The Crooks Covered Bridge is a single span Burr Arch Truss structure that crosses Little Raccoon Creek on County Road South 275 East, just southeast of Rockville Indiana. The Bridge has a length of 154 feet, including the 11-foot overhang at each end, is 14 feet wide and 13 feet high. Built in 1855-1856 by Henry Wolf.

The Neet Covered Bridge is a Burr Arch structure that was built by Joseph J. Daniels in 1904. It is 144 feet long, 16 feet wide, and 13.5 feet high.

The Neet Covered Bridge is a Burr Arch structure that was built by Joseph J. Daniels in 1904. It is 144 feet long, 16 feet wide, and 13.5 feet high.

The first Bridgeton Covered Bridge was a 245-foot (75 m) long double span Burr Arch bridge built in 1868 by a crew led by J.J. Daniels. The bridge was closed to traffic in 1968. The first Bridgeton Covered Bridge was burned by an arsonist on April 28, 2005.

The second Bridgeton Covered Bridge was built in 2006 by local citizens and the state of Indiana.

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