Sunday, September 30, 2007

McCann Covered Bridge at Rollingdam, Charlotte County

The McCann Covered Bridge crosses the Digdeguash River at Rollingdam, Charlotte County on route #770. This covered bridge was built in 1938.
Above; a view of the interior of the bridge and below; a view of the Digdeguash River.

Monday, September 24, 2007

Hoyt Station Covered Bridge: Sunbury County

Easily seen from highway 101 at Hoyt, Sunbury County, this covered bridge is located on the Hoyt Station Road. This bridge was built over Back Creek in 1936. .
The Hoyt Station bridge is one of three covered bridges in the Hoyt area. The Bell Covered Bridge is located on the Boyne Road at Juvenile and the Smyth Covered Bridge is located at Mill Settlement. Both the Bell and Smyth bridges cross the South Oromocto River.

Sunday, September 23, 2007

Smyth Covered Bridge at Mill Settlement: Sunbury County

The Smyth Bridge crosses the South Oromocto River at Mill Settlement, near Hoyt in Sunbury County. This bridge was built in 1912.

Tomlinson Mill Bridge at Licford: Victoria County

This, the only covered bridge in Victoria County, crosses the Odellach River at Licford on the Tomlinson Mill Road.

Tuesday, September 4, 2007

The Longest Covered Bridge in the World at Hartland: Carleton County

The longest covered bridge in the world is located at Hartland, Carleton County, New Brunswick. Built in 1901 and covered in 1922, this bridge spans the Saint John River and is 1282 feet long.

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