Stream Robinson Fork of Wheeling Creek
Truss Type Queenpost
Length 43 ft.
Width 11 ft. 6 in.
This bridge of queenpost design is another typical Washington County covered bridge with vertical plank siding that is painted barn red both inside and out and a tin-covered gable roof. It has crosswise deck planking, three rectangular windows on each side, and wooden trestle supports resting in the streambed. The major difference is that both abutments are poured concrete and have been extended to form short concrete wingwalls. This bridge is named after Wyit Sprowls who owned the surrounding land in the 1800s.