The old National Road covered bridge. The first and most historical bridge in Guernsey County. Built in 1828, it existed until it was destroyed by a flood in 1913. It was very rare for a bridge in this era to have two separate lanes.
Sentinel Pine Bridge-The Sentinel Pine Bridge spans a dramatic gorge along the loop trail at the Flime in Franconia Notch, Lincoln, NH. The bridge was built in 1939 and was named after a great pine at the site that was blown over in the 1938 hurricane. The Sentinel Pine along with other blow downs were key components of the structure.
Cavitt Creek Covered Bridge, Douglas County, Oregon built 1943 spans 70 ft The bridge is on Cavitt Creek Road, but the bridge crosses the Little River...making this bridge's name the only Oregon covered bridge crossing a river with creek in its title.
The PETER B. SARCHET HOUSE, located north of Cambridge on SR 365, is a spectacular remnant of Guernsey County settlement architecture, built for a member of one of Guernsey County's founding families. Guernsey County dates its existence from 1806, when Thomas Sarchet and his family emigrated from the Isle of Guernsey and settled on the present site of Cambridge. The family included five sons, one of whom was Peter (1800-?), for whom this stone dwelling was constructed.