On Carpers Pike (West Virginia Route 259) at Capon Springs Road (Local Route 16), on the left when traveling south on Carpers Pike.
First erected in 1874 as a two span bridge on US Route 50 near Romney, one span was moved here in 1938 and re-erected on a new foundation. the 17' wide by 176' long bridge is a Whipple-Murphy Truss. The state’s oldest extant metal truss, the bridge . . . — — Map (db m92752) HM
On West Virginia Route 259 north of Capon Springs Road (County Route 16), on the left when traveling south.
Capon Springs bears Indian name meaning the "Medicine Waters." Discovered in 1765. Famous resort of early days. President Franklin Pierce, Daniel Webster, and his guest, Sir Henry Bulwer, the British Minister, were among guests. — — Map (db m50808) HM
On West Virginia Route 259 north of Capon Springs Road (County Route 16), on the left when traveling south. Reported missing.
Built in 1874 on U.S. Rt. 50 near Romney and re-erected at the present site in 1938 in use until 1991. And made an historic site by the WVDOT in 1992. It is the oldest of the few Whipple Trusses left in WV. — — Map (db m50809) HM