Here's the bridge from the south, with MD-272 on the left. The five wooden posts on the near end prevent cars and trucks from going through.
Looking directly through the bridge, you can see three of the five posts on the far end.
The east side of the bridge was in sunlight.
Each side had a row of eight rectangular openings. These are on the east side.
Immediately east and downstream from the bridge is this little pond, contained in part by the concrete dam to the right.
For more information, go to Maryland Covered Bridges. If you want to see the bridge, go to Interstate 95 in Maryland, get off at exit 100, and take MD-272 north. After about a mile, the bridge will be on your right.