Stovall Mill Covered Bridge Tours – Georgia-USA, Atlanta, United States
Stovall Mill Covered Bridge
About this place
Stovall Mill Covered Bridge is a 36.8 feet long wooden bridge in White County built by Will Pardue in 1895. Even though it was previously used as any other bridge, today, the main road is located further away from it. It is one of the smallest covered bridges in Georgia that used to serve as a connection between Cleveland and Clayton road. There are stories about the bridge being cursed. Legends say that if one stands under the bridge during the night that he will hear the carriages drove by or even cries of unseen babies. Since 2000, Stovall Mill Covered Bridge is part of Georgia Historic Society. During its over 120 years long history the bridge was given several names such as Helen Bridge, Sautee Bridge, Nacoochee Bridge and Chickamauga Bridge.
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