Wednesday, January 14, 2009

The Stone Ridge Covered Bridge near Zealand, NB












Crossing the Keswick River at Zealand, York County; the Stone Ridge Covered Bridge was built in 1914.

11 comments:

kazu said...

I like covered Bridge!
because I like The Bridges of Madison County!
I didn't know that there was a Covered Bridge really.
Your photos is wonderful!

Daryl said...

Oh so lovely .. thanks for the visit!

Dina ... UK said...

I love your picture's, so many have had snow, and we have not had any.....
That means I have no chance of experimenting with snow.
Thanks for visiting.
Have a nice day...:-)

Cheryl Ann said...

Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful! My dad grew up in New Canaan, CT and there were many covered bridges there. We don't have them in California, so I enjoy your blog! Come see mine (I have 7!) if you want some relief from snow! I live in the Southern California desert.~~Cheryl Ann~~

Margaret Cloud said...

I am going to the library tomorrow and find out if there are any covered bridges in Michigan, I like your photos, they are nice.

Kathiesbirds said...

So sad to lose this bridge! Did they ever discover if it was arson?

at the cottage said...

Oh what a beautiful blog. I just LOVE covered bridges.

Fabulous photos.

Deb

Celeste Maia said...

I really enjoyed your photos. I have never seen a covered bridge so for me it is a mystery and a nostalgic bit of architecture. And all the snow! I live in Spain but am now in Portugal for the summer. Come see my part of the world any time. I am glad to have "found"your blog.

Anonymous said...

What a sin - NB news highlights for 16 Aug 2010 - This Bridge has burned down - CBC News report can be read at: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/new-brunswick/story/2011/08/15/nb-stormdale-covered-bridge-destroyed.html?ref=rss

Anonymous said...

Can you contact me regarding the Stormdale Bridge. Heather McLaughlin, Reporter Daily Gleaner 458-6446

Pamela Gordon said...

This bridge was not far from where we live. It was so sad that it was burned down. There used to be the Colter Bridge in Keswick too and it was burned in the mid-70's I think. I hate to see these old bridges go as much as you do. Pamela

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