Confluence, PA, named for its location at the junction of the Casselman River and Laurel Hill Creek with the Youghiogheny River. To thousands of bicycle and hiking tourists each year the bridge connects travelers and other passersby with direct access to the town. Well known as one of the first trail town communities along the Great Allegheny Passage, a scenic 150-mile rail trail. With restaurants and B&B's as good as you'll find anywhere in Pennsylvania, this is a must visit town!
The 283 foot long bridge enables bicyclists and hikers to safely and conveniently enter the town of of Confluence, a major destination along the trail.
The bridge needs more than a resurfacing and plans are in place to replace the wood with a concrete surface that will last for years! The campaign to raise money for the project was greatly aided by Somerset Trust Bank who generously offered a matching $.50 for each dollar raised. Together with your donations we can reach the Save the bridge goal much sooner.
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*Donors of $500 or more will have their name included on a plaque on the bridge memorializing their generosity!!!