Bridges to the Past

Goddard Covered Bridge

On Route 32 at Goddard, Fleming County. Construction date unknown.

Goddard Covered Bridge

  • Goddard Bridge carries KY 32 across Sand Lick Creek at Goddard in eastern Fleming county. It is the only town lattice truss bridge remaining in Kentucky and is 90 feet long. The date of construction is not known, but it probably dates from the early nineteenth century. It was moved from its original site on Kentucky 32 when that road was made into what was called the "concrete highway" to its current site just off Kentucky 32 in Goddard. It was restored in 2006.
  • On SR 3110 approximately 0.25 miles east of SR 32, over Sand Lick Creek. SR 3110 runs east of SR 32 approximately 1.4 miles south of SR 156.
  • Location: N38° 21.741' W83° 36.920'
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Bridges to the Past Two-Day Tour:

Kentucky's 12 remaining covered bridges can be visited in a pleasant two-day tour and our suggested tour begins on day one in either Georgetown, Kentucky (along Interstate 75 north of Lexington) or Cincinnati, Ohio, continuing on day two at Interstate 64 exit # 172 near Grayson.

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