The bridge — just north of Kaolin Road over a branch of the Red Clay Creek — was built in 1910 and eventually placed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. Photo, Print, Drawing Ashland Covered Bridge, Red Clay Creek-Barley Mill Road, Ashland, New Castle County, DE. Bridges 1-111 and 1-599 are both structurally deficient. Significant deterioration is occurring to the deck and is need of repair to maintain the remaining structures longevity. This 0.4 mile trail segment of the Kennett Greenway is managed by the Borough of Kennett Square and is a beautiful way to get from Broad Street to the YMCA. The Byway is approximately 27 miles in length, includes twenty-eight secondary roads in northern Delaware and is closely linked to the Red Clay Creek and its watershed area. You'll see the most beautiful parts of the Brandywine and Red Clay Valley on your drive to discover the bridge. Redbank ValleyTrails Association419 Arch Street New Bethlehem, PA. 16242814-275-1718, 814-226-7873 info@RedbankValleyTrails.org "Beautiful The Redbank Valley Trail is located approximately an hour northeast of Pittsburgh in beautiful Western Pennsylvania. It is a stone aggregate surface and goes from the Kennett Area YMCA along the East Branch of the Red Clay Creek to Church Alley and Broad Street behind East Penn Railroad. This section included a through plate girder bridge over the Red Clay Creek. Cuba Center and the Auburn Heights Preserve. Papermill Covered Bridge (New Castle County, Delaware) In the 1930s, plans were made to build a divided highway alignment of the Capitol Trail between Wilmington and Stanton, including a bypass of Marshallton, as a result of the construction … Bridge 1-599 is … It had been closed since 2011 because deterioration made it unsafe for vehicular traffic. Bridge 1-111 is a 90-foot single span concrete girder structure over the Red Clay Creek. DE Local Rd 258 Ashland - Covered Bridge at Red Clay Creek 7 6 DE Local Rd 263A Wooddale - Between DE 48 (Lancaster Pike) and Barley Mill Rd., West of Centrville Rd. Established trails include Anson B. Nixon Park, Red Clay Railway, Parish Trail with Pennock Ball Field, Chandler Mill Bridge/Road/Bucktoe Creek and Auburn Heights DE State Park/Stateline Woods and Marshall Bridge Preserves. Enlarge View 3 images in sequence. Red Clay Creek Greenway. Sold as a complete bridge to DNREC in June of 2015. The established trails included with the Greenway are Anson B. Nixon Park, Red Clay Creek Trail, Stateline Woods Preserve, Marshall Bridge Preserve, Chandler Mill Nature Preserve, Parrish Trail, and Pennock Ball Park. Bowstring through truss bridge over Red Clay Creek on Trail Open to pedestrians only. The Ashland Covered Bridge is on Barley Mill Rd, which is part of Delaware's Red Clay Creek Scenic Byway system. at Red Clay Creek Bridge 9 6 DE Local Rd 336D Stanton - 1 mile South 11 1 DE Local Rd 338 (Telegraph Rd) Stanton - 0.5 mile West 10 10 DE Local Rd 356 D (North Chapel St.) Florida Trail, Blackwater Region SEGMENT Deaton Bridge Trailhead to Red Rock Trailhead LENGTH 8.1 miles linear LOCATION Blackwater River State Forest, off US 90 between Milton and Crestview Deaton Bridge Trailhead 30.7042, -86.8811 Red Rock Trailhead 30.7847, -86.894 Florida Trail Map PH1 HIGHLIGHTS Hike along Juniper Creek Bowstring through truss bridge over Red Clay Creek on Trail Open to pedestrians only The bridge was swept off it's piers in 2009, a friends group was formed but the county voted against supporting TAP funding. Red Clay Valley Byway showcases spectacular views of wooded hillsides and scenic vistas including the Ashland Covered Bridge, Mt. Paper Mill Road Bridge (New Castle County, Delaware) Built 1947; rehabilitated 1980 Stringer bridge over White Clay Creek on Paper Mill Road Open to traffic. [ Photos from Survey HABS DE-162 ] Download: Go.