Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Driving Through a Covered Bridge

The interior of the Bell Covered Bridge, Juvenile, Sunbury County.

Thursday, March 20, 2008

Nelson Hollow Covered Bridge: Northumberland County

No longer in service, this covered bridge at Nelson Hollow, just 4 km outside of Doaktown, is the oldest covered bridge in New Brunswick and the only one remaining in Northumberland County. Also known as the Mill Brook #5, this covered bridge traverses Bett's Mill Brook.
On a sign posted over the entrance to the bridge is the warning:
$20 fine for Driving on This Bridge Faster Than a Walk

The Nelson Hollow Covered Bridge has a cottage style roof as does the covered bridge at Turtle Creek in Albert County. These two covered bridges are the only ones in New Brunswick with this style of roof. The composite photo above shows the Turtle Creek bridge on the left and the Nelson Hollow one on the right.

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.

Friday, February 22, 2008

Poirier Covered Bridge, Westmorland County

Found off the Irishtown road, near the Kent and Westmorland county line, this covered bridge crosses the Cocagne river. Built in 1942.

The Turtle Creek Covered Bridge, Albert County

The Peter Jonah Covered Bridge at Turtle Creek. Built in 1912.
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