Save The Sheepford Road Bridge

WE ARE BRIDGING THE GAP!
Take a moment to read these articles!

https://www.pennlive.com/news/2020/10/cumberland-county-considers-future-of-historic-bridge.html

https://www.yorkdispatch.com/story/news/2020/09/30/sheepford-road-bridge-decision-expected-next-week-county-official-says/5868394002/

https://www.yorkdispatch.com/story/news/2020/09/16/study-poses-major-setback-group-lobbying-save-sheepford-road-bridge/5817137002/

We are shifting gears to focus on fundraising.  STAY TUNED!!!!!!!

We are grateful for the support we have received in the quest to save the Sheepford Road Bridge, built in 1887 by the Phoenix Iron Company of Phoenixville, PA and rated 9 out of 10 in historic and technological significance by historicbridges.org.  The Phoenix Columns on this bridge inspired Gustav Eiffel in the design of the Eiffel Tower. 
Cumberland and York County Commissioners have allowed us until October, 2022 to seek a new owner and funding sources to preserve the bridge. 

We are extremely grateful for this RARE opportunity to SAVE OUR BRIDGE!  
We know we will be successful! Stay tuned to see how you can help!  

Visit our GoFundMe page or make a donation through the West Shore Historical Society.
Information on this page under “DONATE.”

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SAVE OUR BRIDGE EVENT MEDIA COVERAGE

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HAVE A HEART SAVE OUR BRIDGE EVENT PHOTOS

Janice LynxFebruary 1, 20201 min read

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