Vermont Roads - Covered Bridges

Covered bridges


This page has a few assorted bridges on it. Here are links to others around the state:

Chamberlin, Schoolhouse (S. Wheelock Rd.)
Chiselville (Arlington)
Cooley, Depot Hill, Gorham, Hammond (Pittsford)
Cornish-Windsor
Creamery (VT 9)
Dummerston (VT 30)
Fisher (VT 15)
Gold Brook, Stowe Walkway (Stowe)
Henry, Paper Mill, Silk Road (VT 67A)
Howe, Mill, South Randolph (VT 110)
Power House (VT 100C)
Pulp Mill
Quechee [former], Taftsville (US 4/VT 12)
Sanborn (US 5)
Sanderson (VT 73)
Sayres (VT 113)
Scott (VT 30)
Union Village (VT 132)
Village (VT 100)
West Arlington (VT 313)
Williamsville (S. Newfane)
Halpin Bridge, Middlebury


Heading east over the bridge from Halpin Road.


Looking up from the eastern bank of the Muddy Branch of the New Haven River. This is the highest covered bridge over a stream (as opposed to the Connecticut River, for example) in Vermont.
Millers Run Bridge, Lyndon


Southbound on Center Street, which was VT 122 until recently, making this the last covered bridge on the state highway system. VT 122 was then rerouted out of downtown Lyndonville onto Stevens Loop.


Northward views of the bridge, and looking east along Miller's Run. The bridge was restored in 1995 after being damaged by a storm.
Station Bridge, Salisbury


Heading west from Creek Rd. in Salisbury to Swamp Rd. in Cornwall across Otter Creek. The central pier was added in 1970 and clearly was not constructed with aesthetics in mind.


Now heading east. The bridge is also known as Salisbury Bridge.
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