Kennerdell, PA


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The Kennerdell Bridge is a girder bridge in connecting Rockland Township and Clinton Township in Venango County, Pennsylvania. Serving the tiny village of Kennerdell (with a population of only about 200), the structure is significant because it is the only crossing of the Allegheny River for a 50 mile stretch in rural north-central Pennsylvania. Originally, a 1907 truss bridge stood on this site. It was rehabilitated in 1981, but ultimately replaced in 2000. Only about 250 cars use the bridge each day