Baker's Camp Covered Bridge

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Baker's Camp Covered Bridge

Baker's Camp Covered Bridge, also known as Hillis Bridge, is a covered bridge in northern Putnam County, Indiana, east of the town of Bainbridge. It carries County Road E 650 north over Big Walnut Creek, about 1.25 miles (2 km) south of the road's intersection with U.S. 36.[1]

Built in 1901 by J. J. Daniels, the bridge is 128 feet (39 m) long, 14 feet (4.3 m) wide, and 13 feet (4.0 m) high.[2] It is an example of the Burr arch truss design.

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  1. ^ Indiana Atlas and Gazetter (Yarmouth: DeLorme, 1998).
  2. ^ Hillis Bridge marker, Putnam County Convention and Visitor Bureau, at The Historical Marker Database.

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Coordinates: 39°44′57″N 86°46′31″W / 39.7491°N 86.7752°W / 39.7491; -86.7752