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ropa_americanaoulet Maxi Dress disponible en talla S #Barranquilla #Miramar #Oulet #Americana #Neon 7min

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anita_vardan The other night with ella@ella.ales #americana #cutie #halfmyfaceiscutoffbutitsok 14min

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mosta_bbf Keep Pimpin first single from Americana. Out on iTunes on Dec.2nd. #Mosta #americana #bbf #harlem #nyc #dope #fresh #KeepPimpin #sneakerhead #hotnigga #hiphop #newmusic #mask start your #holiday seasonoff right #hiphop made with MASCINE #blackboyfreshbbf #blackboyfresh 16min

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rafael_rsiqueira Casamento Liliane e Titão #americana 29min

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michaelficke The Bailey Covered Bridge is a historic covered bridge in Amity, Washington County, Pennsylvania. It crosses Ten Mile Creek. It is 15 by 66 feet. The bridge is painted barn red inside and out and is open for traffic. It was constructed in 1899 on property owned by the Bailey brothers.
The Bailey Bridge is the last Burr Truss covered bridge still standing in Washington County. The Burr Truss is an arch truss that combines great wooden arches with multiple Kingpost trusses. The arches tie directly into the bridge's abutment, allowing the wider streams and rivers to be spanned.
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43min saramcnally
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saramcnally Vintage wood carving, epic Americana! $500 or best offer. Pick up in Seattle only. #vintage #Americana #woodcarving #eagle #flag #shield #anchor 43min

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michaelficke The Bailey Covered Bridge is a historic covered bridge in Amity, Washington County, Pennsylvania. It crosses Ten Mile Creek. It is 15 by 66 feet. The bridge is painted barn red inside and out and is open for traffic. It was constructed in 1899 on property owned by the Bailey brothers.
The Bailey Bridge is the last Burr Truss covered bridge still standing in Washington County. The Burr Truss is an arch truss that combines great wooden arches with multiple Kingpost trusses. The arches tie directly into the bridge's abutment, allowing the wider streams and rivers to be spanned.
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michaelficke Scott Covered Bridge (1885), and covered with unpainted vertical board on both the sides and portals of the bridge, the roof of sheet metal and a deck of crosswise planking. One side window is cut into the center of the Queenpost truss structure in addition to the typical lengthwise openings under the eaves of the bridge. The Scott Bridge has been reinforced with Steel I beams and rest on cut stone abutments. This covered bridge also remains open to vehicular traffic.

The structure is 41 feet long and 15 feet wide it crosses 10 Mile Creek.
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michaelficke The Shriver Covered Bridge is a Queenpost structure located in Greene County, PA. It is covered with random-width unpainted vertical board siding on both sides and portals, has a sheet metal roof and a deck of crosswise planking. Fairly wide length-wise openings immediately under the eaves are the only side opening on the bridge. The Shriver is reinforced with steel I beams and rests on cut stone abutments that appear to have been laid dry and has wingwalls of similar material that extends a little above the road level.

The bridge was built in 1900 and crosses the Hargus Creek, the length is 40 feet and the width is 14 feet. The builder of the structure is unknown.
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michaelficke The Crawford Covered Bridge is a historic Queen post truss covered bridge in West Finley, Pennsylvania. The 11'7" by 39' bridge has high sidewalls, a roof made of sheet metal, and crosswise planking. It is open to traffic across the Robinson Fork of Wheeling Creek. 6h

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michaelficke The Longdon L. Miller Covered Bridge utilizes the Queenpost design, the builder and year (circa 1870) of construction is unknown. The Longdon is 67 feet long and 11 feet 10 inches wide, it crosses Templeton Fork, Wheeling Creek.
This is another bridge that is well secluded and a challenge to find along a gravel township road. It is rather long Queenpost truss structure that has four wooden trestle supports under its 68' long deck. It has a sheet metal roof and deck of crosswise planking and there are three rectangular windows on each side, one at each end and one in the center. in addition to the narrow eave openings. It rests on cut stone and mortar abutments that have been extended to form short stone and mortar wingwalls, one of which is capped with concrete.
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