Cherry Hill - Scarborough Covered Bridge
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member LowellHouseGuy
N 39° 54.051 W 074° 59.539
18S E 500656 N 4416752
Scarborough Covered Bridge, on the aptly-named Covered Bridge Road, is the centerpiece of Cherry Hill's Barclay Farm neighborhood. The covered bridge, one of two still standing in New Jersey, was designed by famed architect Malcolm Wells and built across the Cooper River's north branch by homebuilder Bob Scarborough. It was dedicated on Valentine's Day in 1959 as 101 couples kissed to mark the tradition of the Kissing or Friendship Bridge. See nearby Barclay Farmstead Waymark and Cache.
Waymark Code: WM8Y0
Location: New Jersey, United States
Date Posted: 03/13/2006
Published By:Groundspeak Premium Member LowellHouseGuy
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Marker Name: Scarborough Covered Bridge

Marker Type: Official NJ State

Marker text:
Scarborough Covered Bridge 02/14/1959

Dedication Date: 02/14/1959

City: Cherry Hill

County: Camden

Group responsible for placement: Unknown

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