Wednesday, March 5, 2008

Florenceville Covered Bridge, Carleton County



Built in 1907 the Florence -ville Covered Bridge crosses the Saint John River at Florence -ville, Carleton County. The bridge has four spans, one of which is covered. The village of Florenceville was named after the famous nurse: Florence Nightingale.

3 comments:

Sandpiper said...

Great shots. I read below that you have 64 of these. Amazing and wonderful that they are kept so well, and maintained. I'm not sure, but I think MAYBE Connecticut only has three.

Geraldine said...

Wow! I've always wanted to visit the Maritimes (born in Sask.) now even more so! I love your butterfly blog and this one is amazing too. Ever since I saw the Bridges of Madison County many years ago, I've been fascinated by covered bridges. Your photos are amazing.

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Kathiesbirds said...

What a nice photo tour of covered bridges you have here. I've been poking around and finally found the one I wanted to see the most. It is the Hartland Covered Bridge. You'll find another comment there!

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