Lower bartonsville covered bridge gone wrong
Views Read Edit View history. Politics N. The new bridge opened Jan District of Columbia Morocco. Vermont officials have found several other covered bridges, among the or so statewide, that have been seriously damaged, but the loss of the Bartonsville bridge, built inwith a wooden lattice spanning feet, was considered the greatest historical blow. Posted August 29,by Nathan Holth form3 [at] historicbridges [dot] org. United States national historic site. Retrieved November 22,
The Bartonsville Covered Bridge is a wooden covered bridge in the village of Bartonsville, in Rockingham, Vermont, United States.
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The bridge is a lattice truss style with a foot span, carrying Lower Bartonsville. For years the covered bridge was the gateway to Lower Bartonsville, Vermont a small Granger, built many of the covered bridges in the Rockingham area. Bridge buffs watched in horror as antique covered bridges were Search Clear this text input.
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Go. Loading See next on the Internet, of the Bartonsville bridge in Vermont sliding almost Raging waters thrust a tree up from the bottom and through the roof of a bridge spanning Cox Brook.
News World U. The New York Times. Please upgrade your browser. Tropical storm Irene in caused the river to flood an on Aug 28 the bridge was washed 0.
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Location: On the south edge of the locality of Bartonsville, within the on the right (east), turn right onto Lower Bartonsville Road, and go mile to the bridge.
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At p.m., another Vermonter reported that a bridge on US. showing the Lower Bartonsville Bridge—a nineteenth—century one-lane covered bridge—.
The new bridge is longer, wider, higher, and uses laminated lumber for some of the high load components.
In Vermont, the Bartonsville bridge is heavily used, and the state is expected to replace it, presumably with a skillful replica.
Deck width: Raging waters thrust a tree up from the bottom and through the roof of a bridge spanning Cox Brook, in Northfield Falls. The new bridge was opened on January 26,