If you believe one road’s trash can be another’s treasure, PennDOT has a bridge to sell you.
It’s on Christman Road, connecting Greenwich and Richmond townships over the Saucony Creek.
The 117-year-old span, known as Hummel’s Bridge, was a pioneer in its time. It had pony truss construction that ushered in an era of similar bridges.
PennDOT and the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission consider it “historically and technologically significant.”