Vermont Roads - VT 110 bridges
The Bridges of Vermont Highway 110
The S. Randolph covered bridge, now basically someone's driveway.
Carries Belknap Brook Road.
Drive the Mill Bridge
As you can see in these westbound photos, the bridge has just been replaced and looks, unfortunately, very new. The old bridge was swept away by ice several years ago, and at least Vermont and the town of Tunbridge saw fit to replace it with the same design.
And near any good little covered bridge is a happy little mill.
The unimproved-looking western fašade, which is in fact undergoing a "weathering / silvering process" accordig to Mick Maguire, who lives across from the bridge and has contributed much of the information about it on this page.
Looking north along the White River (First Branch).
A long time ago, someone took the brick grist mill by the river (look three photos up) and added on a wooden sawmill. It closed in the 1920's and still has all the equipment inside from that time. The entire mill is now a giant storage shed and barn for the owner, who lives in the former blacksmith shop. Again, many thanks to Mick for his contribution.
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