Darrah's Mill (Unknown - 1930)


Darrah's Mill Bridge was demolished in 1930. It also was known as the Hartsville Bridge and it was one of the last covered bridges in service on a major roadway, the Old York Road.

According to Henry S. Engart in a presentation to the Bucks County Historical Society made in 1932, Darrah's Mill was the last grist mill to operate on the Little Neshaminy Creek.

In 1919, the county said Darrah's Mill Bridge ran over Little Neshaminy Creek over Old York Road leading from Hartsville to Jamison in Warwick Township. It also had macadam over its wooden-plank floor. While the bridge’s interior length was 92 feet, one of its approach ramps was 186 feet long.

The Pennsylvania Department of Highways replaced Darrah's Mill Bridge with a modern structure in 1930.