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Elm Street Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.628889,-72.518333

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Carries VT 12 (Elm Street) over Ottauquechee River
Design: truss/pony/parker
Design Details: Wrought- and cast-iron, pin-connected Parker pony truss. A riveted Warren truss was added underneath the bridge circa 1900. In a 1980 rehabilitation the warren truss was replaced with steel stringers and the truss was made non-load bearing.
Total Length: 111.9 Feet
Span Length: 109.9 Feet

Overview: Parker Patent pony truss bridge over Ottauquechee River on VT 12 (Elm Street) in Woodstock.
History: Built 1870 by the National Bridge & Iron Works; Rehabilitated c. 1900; Rehabilitated 1980
Built: 1870

Location: Windsor County

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Looking Northwest

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View From The East

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Skewed View Looking North

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View From The North

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Looking North

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Looking West Toward Town

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Close-Up View Looking Southwest

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Close-Up View Of Underside Of Truss

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Lower Chord. Truss Details

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North End. Lower Chord Details

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South End. Lower Chord Details

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Lamp Post Base With Makers Mark

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Detail Of Top Chord And Vertical Chord Connection

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Closeup Of Railing

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Elm Street Bridge-sign

Photo taken by Jack Schmidt July 5, 2011

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Elm Street Bridge

Photo taken by Jack Schmidt July 5, 2011

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Vermont Agency of Transportation

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Elm Street Bridge

Southern approach

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in August 2015

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Elm Street Bridge

End of the railing. This style differs from the one on the bridge, suggesting a different construction time

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in August 2015

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Elm Street Bridge

Section of railing approaching the bridge. This style differs from the one on the bridge, suggesting a different construction time

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in August 2015

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Elm Street Bridge

Southern portal

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Elm Street Bridge

Builders plate. Typical with the era, it also lists that the design is patented.

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Elm Street Bridge

Commemorative plate from the 1980 rehabilitation

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in August 2015

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Elm Street Bridge

Detail of a pinned connection and tension rod connection point. Most of the truss is fabricated from wrought iron, however specific pieces such as the mounting for the tension rods on top of the upper chord, are made from cast iron

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in August 2015

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Elm Street Bridge

The compression memeber is marked "Union Buffalo NY"

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in August 2015

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Elm Street Bridge

Detail of the boxed upper chord, still somewhat of a new concept in 1870. Battens are used to secure the bottom of the upper chord

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Elm Street Bridge

Northern approach

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Elm Street Bridge

Northern portal

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in August 2015

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Elm Street Bridge

Detail of the railing on the bridge. An interesting note is that the railing looks to be a product of the Berlin Iron Bridge Co. Perhaps they did the rehabilitation around 1900 that added the warren truss underneath the bridge.

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in August 2015

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Elm Street Bridge

Alongside the abutment

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in August 2015

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Elm Street Bridge

Detail of the underside. The Parker Patent truss is no longer load bearing

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in August 2015

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Elm Street Bridge

Detail of the fine abutment work. After 70 years of having bridges washed away at this location, the town invested significantly in this structure, building the abutments higher and farther back then previous structures. Given the age of the bridge, I think its fair to say they got it right!

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in August 2015

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Elm Street Bridge

Detail of the endpost for the railing. Note the part numbers, another indication of Berlin Iron Bridge Co.

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in August 2015

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Elm Street Bridge

Detail of the midpost for the railing. Note the part numbers, another indication of Berlin Iron Bridge Co.

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in August 2015

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Elm Street Bridge

Looking down at the lower chord

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Elm Street Bridge

Detail of a midpost on the 2nd style of railing

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in August 2015

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Village of Woodstock, Woodstock, VT 05091, USA

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Village of Woodstock, Woodstock, VT 05091, USA

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Village of Woodstock, Woodstock, VT 05091, USA

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Village of Woodstock, Woodstock, VT 05091, USA

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Elm Street Bridge Woodstock Vermont

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Spaulding Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.380686,-72.608633

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Carries Mill street (C2004) over Black River
Design: truss/pony/parker
Design Details: Parker pony truss
Total Length: 101.1 Feet
Span Length: 98.1 Feet

Overview: Pin connected Parker pony truss bridge over Black River on C2004 in Cavendish
History: Built 1905; rehabilitated 2005
Built: 1905

Location: Windsor County

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Spaulding Bridge

Northern overview

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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Spaulding Bridge

Northernn overview

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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Spaulding Bridge

Builders plate

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Spaulding Bridge

Pedestrian railing. Despite its somewhat historical appearance this is not original and was installed in the rehab of 2005. This is the standard "historic looking" railing design from the states historic bridge program and can be found on other bridges that have been refurbished from this time period.

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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Spaulding Bridge

The diagonals/counters in every panel were fastened togehter

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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Detail of the Pedestrian railing. Despite its somewhat historical appearance this is not original and was installed in the rehab of 2005. This is the standard "historic looking" railing design from the states historic bridge program and can be found on other bridges that have been refurbished from this time period.

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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Spaulding Bridge

Structural steel rolled by Phoneix

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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Spaulding Bridge

The upper chord was a classically built up box member, but was secured by Battens instead of the more common V or X lacing of this time.

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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Spaulding Bridge

Dedication plate

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Spaulding Bridge

Overview of the entire truss

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Spaulding Bridge

End post, with builders plate

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Spaulding Bridge

Southern portal

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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Spaulding Bridge

Overview

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Spaulding Bridge

One of the narrowest eyebar lower chords I have ever encountered. Opposed to the typical configuration of the eyebars surrounding the vertical member, they are instead inside the vertical connection. Also note the small connector for the lower chord eyebars

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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Spaulding Bridge

Abutment. The original stone is still extant, but it is capped in concerte

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Spaulding Bridge

The 2005 rehabilitation resulted in a massive amount of rivets being replaced with bolts.

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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Spaulding Bridge

Another intresting feature. The verticals do not directly connect to the pinned connection, but are instead riveted (or bolted with the rehab work) to a gusset plate that interacts with the connection point.

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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Spaulding Bridge

Truss web

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Spaulding Bridge

Compression member detail

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Spaulding Bridge

Clamp for the eyebar / counterbrace in a middle panel

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Spaulding Bridge

Looking down at the lower chord connection

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Spaulding Bridge

2nd panel. Counter braces were only in the 2 middle panels.

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Spaulding Bridge

Overview

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Spaulding Bridge

Northern abutment. Capped in concrete, with the original dry laid stone beneath

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Spaulding Bridge

Abutment footing. The entire shoe was replaced with a galvanized steel copy

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Spaulding Bridge

The entire floor-system was replaced in 2005 with a galvanized steel system. While it certainly detracts from the historical integrity of the bridge, it has given the ability for this bridge to operate with no load restrictions on it.

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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Spaulding Bridge

Lower chord connection. The replace damn near every rivet on the bridge, but this rusty pin gets to stay?

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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Spaulding Bridge

Additional view of the lower chord connection in the first panel

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Spaulding Bridge

Small cantilevered arm for supporting the pedestrian walkway

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Spaulding Bridge

Looking at the irregular dry laid stone southern abutment

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Spaulding Bridge

Close up of the lower chord pinned connection

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Spaulding Bridge

Tension rod between floorbeams of the replaced galvanized steel floor system

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Spaulding Bridge

Mounting of the modern galvanized steel floor system ot the historic truss components.

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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Spaulding Bridge

1907 view

Photo from old postcard

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View from northwest

Photo taken by Josh Schmid in June 2021

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South abutment

Photo taken by Josh Schmid in June 2021

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North abutment

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View from north

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Entering walkway from north

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North builder plate

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View south at midspan

Photo taken by Josh Schmid in June 2021

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South dedication plate

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View from southwest

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View from south

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South builder plate

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View north across bridge

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View north from midspan

Photo taken by Josh Schmid in June 2021

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East bottom chord

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View south from north end of bridge

Photo taken by Josh Schmid in June 2021

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View from north

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Spaulding Bridge

Photo from old postcard

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Iron Bridge at Howard Hill Road

Status: Replaced by new bridge and put into storage.

Location: 43.404444,-72.575278

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Carries C3029 (Howard Hill Rd) over Black River
Design: truss/through/pratt
Design Details: Pin connected Pratt through truss
Total Length: 88.9 Feet
Span Length: 86.9 Feet

Overview: Pratt through truss bridge over Black River on C3029 (Howard Hill Rd) in Cavendish
History: Built 1890 by Groton Bridge Co.; Replaced by new bridge and put into storage 2007
Built: 1890

Location: Windsor County

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VT 03M 3a

Photo taken by Chester Gehman September 1984

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VT 03M 1a

Sorry for the poor quality but I guess its all we have.

Photo taken by Chester Gehman September 1984

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VT 03M 2a

Photo taken by Chester Gehman September 1984

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Mill Street Black River Bridge

Status: Closed to vehicular traffic. Bridge is passable on foot or bicycle but is not maintained

Location: 43.394556,-72.691862

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Carries Mill Street over Black River
Design: truss/pony/warren/alt-verticals
Design Details: Warren pony truss with alternating verticals
Total Length: 82.0 Feet
Span Length: 78.1 Feet

Overview: Warren pony truss bridge over Black River on Mill Street in Ludlow
History: Built 1929; Closed to vehicular traffic at some point between 2004 and 2008 per NBI
Built: 1929

Location: Windsor County

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Mill Street Black River Bridge

Portal view facing south

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

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Mill Street Black River Bridge

View of west truss web

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

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Mill Street Black River Bridge

Gusset plate and truss detail

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

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Mill Street Black River Bridge

Small waterfall located underneath the bridge on the east side

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

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Mill Street Black River Bridge

This is all that's left of the metal grate deck, which has since been filled/covered up with concrete and asphalt

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

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Mill Street Black River Bridge

Gusset plate on east truss web at south end

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

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Mill Street Black River Bridge

Gusset plate on east truss web at north end

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

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Mill Street Black River Bridge

Lower chord connections on east truss web at north end post

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

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Mill Street Black River Bridge

Lattice on upper chord member; east truss web

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

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Mill Street Black River Bridge

Gusset plate close-up detail

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

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Mill Street Black River Bridge

End post and hip vertical detail, east truss web at north end

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

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Paddock Road Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.271003,-72.454090

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Carries Paddock Road over Black River
Design: truss/through/baltimore
Design Details: Baltimore through truss
Total Length: 167.0 Feet
Span Length: 160.1 Feet

Overview: Through truss bridge over Black River on Paddock Road
History: Built 1929 by Boston Bridge Works, rehabilitated 2009
Built: 1929

Location: Windsor County

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Black River C3066 side

Photo taken by Jack Schmidt July 11,2011

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Black River C3066

Photo taken by Jack Schmidt July 7, 2011

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Looks brand new

Photo taken by Janis Ford in May 2016

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So skewed that it almost looks 2 dimensional from the right angle.

Photo taken by Janis Ford in May 2016

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Photo taken by Janis Ford in May 2016

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Photo taken by Janis Ford in May 2016

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Paddock Road Bridge

Portal view facing north

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

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Paddock Road Bridge

View beside the bridge from south quadrant

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

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Paddock Road Bridge

Truss detail

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

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Paddock Road Bridge

Truss detail

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

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Paddock Road Bridge

Truss detail

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

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Paddock Road Bridge

Close-up view of southern portal

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

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Paddock Road Bridge

Truss detail

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

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Paddock Road Bridge

Truss detail

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

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Paddock Road Bridge

Truss detail

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

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Paddock Road Bridge

Truss detail

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

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Paddock Road Bridge

Truss detail

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

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Paddock Road Bridge

South portal

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

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Paddock Road Bridge

Distant view of south portal

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

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Paddock Road Bridge

Elevation from southwest quadrant

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

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Paddock Road Bridge

Truss detail

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

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Paddock Road Bridge

Portal view on bridge facing north

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

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Paddock Road Bridge

Truss detail

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

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Paddock Road Bridge

Truss detail

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

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Paddock Road Bridge

Truss detail

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

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Paddock Road Bridge

Top chord connections

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

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Paddock Road Bridge

Connecting member between two members at center panel counter (not sure what the official name of this is)

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

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Paddock Road Bridge

Portal bracing detail

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

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Paddock Road Bridge

Truss detail

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

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Paddock Road Bridge

Truss & portal bracing detail

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

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Paddock Road Bridge

Truss & end panel detail

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

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Paddock Road Bridge

Truss & end panel detail

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

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Paddock Road Bridge

Portal view on bridge facing south

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

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Paddock Road Bridge

Truss detail

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

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Paddock Road Bridge

Portal bracing detail

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

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Paddock Road Bridge

Detail of lattice on end post

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

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Paddock Road Bridge

Portal view facing south

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

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Paddock Road Bridge

Oblique view facing south

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

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Paddock Road Bridge

Bridge plaque

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Paddock Road Bridge

Truss detail

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

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Paddock Road Bridge

Truss detail

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

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Downers Covered Bridge 45-14-08

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.398453,-72.522125

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Carries Upper Falls Rd (C3020) over Black River
Design: truss/through/lattice/town
Design Details: Covered Town Lattice through truss
Total Length: 129.9 Feet
Span Length: 100.1 Feet

Overview: Covered bridge over Black River on Upper Falls Rd (C3020) in Weathersfield
History: Built 1840 by James Tasker; Rebuilt in 2008; Rehabilitated 2011
Built: 1840

Location: Windsor County

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Restored Upper Falls Covered Bridge

Photo taken by C Hanchey in October 2009

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Restored Upper Falls Covered Bridge

Photo taken by C Hanchey in October 2009

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Restored Upper Falls Covered Bridge

Photo taken by C Hanchey in October 2009

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Restored Upper Falls Covered Bridge

Photo taken by C Hanchey in October 2009

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Photo taken by John Loxton in August 2016

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Photo taken by John Loxton in August 2016

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Photo taken by John Loxton in August 2016

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Photo taken by John Loxton in August 2016

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Photo taken by John Loxton in August 2016

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Photo taken by John Loxton in August 2016

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Photo taken by John Loxton in August 2016

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Photo taken by John Loxton in August 2016

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Photo taken by John Loxton in August 2016

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Photo taken by John Loxton in August 2016

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Upper Falls Covered Bridge 45-14-08

South approach

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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Upper Falls Covered Bridge 45-14-08

South portal

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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Upper Falls Covered Bridge 45-14-08

Southern approach

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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Upper Falls Covered Bridge 45-14-08

Height clearance mounted directly on the portal...

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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Upper Falls Covered Bridge 45-14-08

The Town Lattice extends into the overhang of the portal

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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Upper Falls Covered Bridge 45-14-08

Detail of the dual upper chords, a feature of the Town Lattice system. Notice that the orientation of the 3 tree nails per intersection changes

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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Upper Falls Covered Bridge 45-14-08

Overhead bracing. The knee bracing extending up into the roofing is seen on several other Tasker bridges

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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Upper Falls Covered Bridge 45-14-08

Barrel shot

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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Upper Falls Covered Bridge 45-14-08

Northern approach

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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Upper Falls Covered Bridge 45-14-08

Alongside the northern abutment. This was damaged from Tropical Storm Irene in 2011 and rebuilt

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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Upper Falls Covered Bridge 45-14-08

Looking south across the truss

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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Upper Falls Covered Bridge 45-14-08

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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Upper Falls Covered Bridge 45-14-08

View of the deck

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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Upper Falls Covered Bridge 45-14-08

Truss web

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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Upper Falls Covered Bridge 45-14-08

Detail of the overhead bracing system

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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Upper Falls Covered Bridge 45-14-08

Overview

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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Upper Falls Covered Bridge 45-14-08

The southern abutment is an incredibly substantial approach of dry laid stone

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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Upper Falls Covered Bridge 45-14-08

Detail of the dry laid stone abutment, southern side

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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Upper Falls Covered Bridge 45-14-08

The southern abutment is an incredibly substantial approach of dry laid stone

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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Upper Falls Covered Bridge 45-14-08

Detail of the floor system. No load bearing additions...the truss handles it all

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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Upper Falls Covered Bridge 45-14-08

Looking north across the underside of the structure

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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Upper Falls Covered Bridge 45-14-08

Overview

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Downer's Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in 1989

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View from south

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View north across bridge

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Roof detail

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View north from midspan

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View from north

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View from northeast

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View south from midspan

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Brandon Brook Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.852778,-72.898889

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Carries C3037 over Brandon Brook
Design: beam/stringer/wood
Design Details: Timber stringer
Total Length: 33.1 Feet
Span Length: 30.8 Feet

Overview: Wooden bridge over Brandon Brook on C3037 in Rochester
History: Built 1919
Built: 1919

Location: Windsor County

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Conn. River Line R.R. Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.673056,-72.306389

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Carries C3081 over Conn. River Line R.R.
Design: beam/stringer/wood
Design Details: Timber stringer
Total Length: 107.0 Feet
Span Length: 30.8 Feet

Overview: Wooden bridge over Conn. River Line R.R. on C3081 in Wilder
History: Built 1915
Built: 1915

Location: Windsor County

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Conn. River Line R.R. Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.677222,-72.306389

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Carries C3029 over Conn. River Line R.R.
Design: truss/pony
Design Details: Pony truss
Total Length: 71.9 Feet
Span Length: 67.9 Feet

Overview: Pony truss bridge over Conn. River Line R.R. on C3029 in Wilder
History: Built 1915
Built: 1915

Location: Windsor County

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First Branch White River Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.842778,-72.511667

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Carries C3092 over First Branch White River
Design: beam/stringer/wood
Design Details: Timber stringer
Total Length: 60.0 Feet
Span Length: 56.1 Feet

Overview: Wooden bridge over First Branch White River on C3092 in Royalton
History: Built 1919; rehabilitated 1999
Built: 1919

Location: Windsor County

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GMRC - Jewell Brook/VT-100 Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.393889,-72.704444

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Carries Green Mountain Railroad over VT-100 and Jewell Brook
Design: truss/deck/double-warren
Design Details: Double-intersection Warren deck truss
Total Length: 286.0 Feet
Span Length: 141.8 Feet

Overview: Double-intersection Warren deck truss bridge over VT-100 and Jewell Brook on Green Mountain Railroad in Ludlow
History: Built 1895, rehabilitated 1921
Built: 1895

Location: Windsor County

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Rutland - Jewell Brook/VT-100 Bridge

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Rutland - Jewell Brook/VT-100 Bridge

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Gilead Brook Bridge

Status: Open to traffic
Being replaced in 2021

Location: 43.873611,-72.647778

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Carries VT 12 over Gilead Brook
Design: truss/deck/warren/alt-verticals
Design Details: Warren deck truss with alternating verticals
Total Length: 326.1 Feet
Span Length: 120.1 Feet

Overview: Deck truss bridge over Gilead Brook on VT 12 in Bethel
History: Built 1928; rehabilitated 1970
Built: 1928

Location: Windsor County

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Kedron Brook Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.581359,-72.514735

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Carries C3065 over Kedron Brook
Design: arch/deck/stone
Design Details: Stone arch
Total Length: 24.0 Feet
Span Length: 22.0 Feet

Overview: Stone arch bridge over Kedron Brook on Densmore Hill Rd. in Woodstock
History: Built circa 1810; Rehabilitated 1918
Built: c. 1810

Location: Windsor County

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Kedron Brook Bridge

Western portal

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Kedron Brook Bridge

Overview

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Kedron Brook Bridge

Overview

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Kedron Brook Bridge

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Kedron Brook Bridge

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Kedron Brook Bridge

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View from southwest

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Kedron Brook Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.591117,-72.515009

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Carries C3066 over Kedron Brook
Design: arch/deck/stone
Design Details: Stone arch
Total Length: 28.9 Feet
Span Length: 21.0 Feet

Overview: Stone arch bridge over Kedron Brook on C3066 in Woodstock
History: Built 1918; rehabilitated 1974 (NRHP says built c1810)
Built: 1918

Location: Windsor County

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Kedron Brook Bridge

looking north

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Martin's Mill Covered Bridge 45-14-01

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.531667,-72.396667

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Carries Martinsville Rd (C3046) over Lulls Brook
Design: truss/through/lattice/town
Design Details: Covered Town Lattice through truss
Total Length: 137.1 Feet
Span Length: 134.8 Feet

Overview: Covered bridge over Lulls Brook on Martinsville Rd (C3046) in Hartland
History: Built 1881
Built: 1881

Location: Windsor County

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Martin's Mill Covered Bridge

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Martin's Mill Covered Bridge

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Martin's Mill Covered Bridge

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Martins Mill Covered Bridge

Photo taken by Jack Schmidt July 5, 2011

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Martins Mill Covered Bridge

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Martins Mill Covered Bridge

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Martins Mill Covered Bridge

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Martinsville Rd covered bridge.

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Martin's Mill Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in 1989

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Martin's Mill Bridge

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Mill Brook Covered Bridge 45-14-10

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.455000,-72.516667

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Carries C3030 over Mill Brook
Design: arch/through/wood
Design Details: Timber through arch
Total Length: 37.0 Feet
Span Length: 40.0 Feet

Overview: Wooden arch bridge over Mill Brook on C3030 in West Windsor
History: Built 1889; Rehabilitated 2012
Built: 1889

Location: Windsor County

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Mill Brook Covered Bridge

Photo taken by Jack Schmidt July 5, 2011

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Mill Brook Covered Bridge

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Mill Brook Covered Bridge

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Mill Brook Covered Bridge

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Mill Brook Covered Bridge 45-14-10

Southern approach

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Mill Brook Covered Bridge 45-14-10

Southern portal

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Mill Brook Covered Bridge 45-14-10

Arch detail

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Mill Brook Covered Bridge 45-14-10

Mounting of tension rods in the arch. The first 2 panels had diagonals sloping towards the center, wheres the middle panels only had vertical hangers

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Mill Brook Covered Bridge 45-14-10

A few verticals had a small slat of wood running alongside the tension rod, but it looked like most of them had been destroyed.

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Mill Brook Covered Bridge 45-14-10

The poor arch has seen more then a few impacts

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Mill Brook Covered Bridge 45-14-10

The downstream truss was in better shape, with all the wooden vertical slats intact.

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Mill Brook Covered Bridge 45-14-10

Northern portal

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Mill Brook Covered Bridge 45-14-10

Looking along the arch

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Mill Brook Covered Bridge 45-14-10

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Mill Brook Covered Bridge 45-14-10

The overhead bracing, only having to support the roof, is realitivly simple

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Mill Brook Covered Bridge 45-14-10

Detail of the floor system. No stringers here, the arch still carries the load

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Mill Brook Covered Bridge 45-14-10

Both abutments were capped in concrete, but the original stone wingwalls are still extant

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Mill Brook Covered Bridge 45-14-10

Mounting of the tension rods within the lower chord

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View from south

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Sign at south portal

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View north across bridge

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Arch detail

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View from north

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View south across bridge

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Bowers Covered Bridge 45-14-11

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.461350,-72.490717

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Carries C3037 over Mill Brook
Design: arch/through/wood
Design Details: Timber through arch
Total Length: 45.0 Feet
Span Length: 32.2 Feet

Overview: Wooden arch bridge over Mill Brook on C3037 in West Windsor
History: Built c.1919; Washed off abutments 2011; Restored 2012; Damaged by overweight truck & rehabilitated 2014
Built:

Location: Windsor County

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Bowers Covered Bridge

Photo taken by Jack Schmidt July 5, 2011

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Bowers Covered Bridge

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Bowers Covered Bridge

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Bower's Covered Bridge

Bower's Covered Bridge after complete rebuild following destruction by flooding from tropical storm Irene August 28, 2011.

Photo taken by John Borthwick in March 2016

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Bowers Covered Bridge 45-14-11

Southern approach

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Bowers Covered Bridge 45-14-11

Southern portal

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Bowers Covered Bridge 45-14-11

Arch overview

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Bowers Covered Bridge 45-14-11

Mounting of tension rods in the arch. The first 2 panels had diagonals sloping towards the center, wheres the middle panels only had vertical hangers

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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Bowers Covered Bridge 45-14-11

An added ring was added to the arch in the last rehab

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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Bowers Covered Bridge 45-14-11

The vertical tension rods had a small slat of wood running alongside the tension rod.

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Bowers Covered Bridge 45-14-11

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Bowers Covered Bridge 45-14-11

The roof detasil and the simple overhead bracing

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Bowers Covered Bridge 45-14-11

Northern portal

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Bowers Covered Bridge 45-14-11

Note the use of tree nails in for the roof support. A nice historical detail from the 2014 rehab. The original siding was destroyed when the bridge was washed downstream in 2011

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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Bower's Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in 1989

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Bower's Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in 1989

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View from south

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View from south

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View north across bridge

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View from northwest

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View from north

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Roof detail

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View south across bridge

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Mill Brook Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.475049,-72.388769

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Carries US 5 over Mill Brook
Design: arch/deck
Design Details: Arch
Total Length: 89.9 Feet
Span Length: 87.9 Feet

Overview: Concrete arch bridge over Mill Brook on US 5 in Windsor
History: Built 1930; rehabilitated 1943
Built: 1930

Location: Windsor County

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Windsor, VT, USA

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Mill Brook Bridge

Deck view

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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Mill Brook Bridge

The original railing is still in realitivley good condition

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Mill Brook Bridge

Summer time makes photographing this bridge near impossible, with heavy overgrowth in most corners

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New England Central Railroad Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.688388,-72.398744

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Carries C3018 over New England Central Railroad
Design: beam/stringer/wood
Design Details: Timber stringer
Total Length: 68.9 Feet
Span Length: 23.0 Feet

Overview: Wooden bridge over New England Central Railroad on C3018 in Hartford
History: Built 1920
Built: 1920

Location: Windsor County

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Mountainside Road Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.598345,-72.719519

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Carries Mountainside Road (C3034, Formerly US 4) over Ottauquechee River
Design: truss/pony/warren/alt-verticals
Design Details: Warren pony truss with alternating verticals
Total Length: 68.9 Feet
Span Length: 68.9 Feet

Overview: Warren Pony truss bridge over Ottauquechee River on C3034 in Bridgewater
History: Built 1922 by Lackawanna Bridge Co.; U.S. 4 Realigned 1961
Built: 1922

Location: Windsor County

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Mountainside Road Bridge

Northern portal

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Mountainside Road Bridge

An unusuall holder for a gaurdrail

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Mountainside Road Bridge

builders plate

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Mountainside Road Bridge

riveted connections on the upper chord

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Mountainside Road Bridge

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Mountainside Road Bridge

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Mountainside Road Bridge

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Mountainside Road Bridge

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Mountainside Road Bridge

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Mountainside Road Bridge

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Mountainside Road Bridge

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Mountainside Road Bridge

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Willard Covered Bridge 45-14-02

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.593815,-72.349213

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Carries C3015 over Ottauquechee River
Design: truss/through/lattice/town
Design Details: Covered Through truss
Total Length: 125.0 Feet
Span Length: 112.9 Feet

Overview: Covered town lattice through truss bridge over Ottauquechee River on C3015 in Hartland
History: Built 1870
Built: 1870

Location: Windsor County

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Willard Covered Bridge

Photo taken by Jack Schmidt July 5, 2011

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Willard Covered Bridge

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Willard Covered Bridge

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Willard Covered Bridge

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North Hartland, Hartland, VT, USA

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North Hartland, Hartland, VT, USA

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North Hartland, Hartland, VT, USA

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North Hartland, Hartland, VT, USA

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Falls under the covered bridge.

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Photo taken by John Loxton in August 2016

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Photo taken by John Loxton in August 2016

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Photo taken by John Loxton in August 2016

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Both Twins, Willard in Front

Photo taken by John Loxton in August 2016

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Willard Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in 1989

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Willard Bridge

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Woodstock Warren Through Truss Bridge

Status: Bridge destroyed by flooding in August 2011

Location: 43.599856,-72.589041

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Carries Bridges Rd. (C3024) over Ottauquechee River
Design: truss/through/double-warren
Design Details: Double-intersection Warren through truss
Total Length: 126.0 Feet
Span Length: 121.1 Feet

Overview: Double Intersection Warren through truss bridge over Ottauquechee River on Bridges Rd. (C3024) in Woodstock
History: Built 1925; Destroyed by Flooding 2011
Built: 1925

Location: Windsor County

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Woodstock Warren Through Truss Bridge

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Woodstock Warren Through Truss Bridge

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Woodstock Warren Through Truss Bridge

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Woodstock Bridge

Photo taken by Jack Schmidt July 6, 2011

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VT 11M 1

Photo taken by Chester Gehman November 2004

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VT 11M 2

Photo taken by Chester Gehman November 2004

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VT 11M 3

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Lincoln Covered Bridge 45-14-13

Status: Open to one lane traffic with a weight limit

Location: 43.600548,-72.568946

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Carries Fletcher Hill Rd (C3035) over Ottauquechee River
Design: truss/through/pratt
Design Details: Covered Pratt through arch truss
Total Length: 139.1 Feet
Span Length: 129.9 Feet

Overview: Covered Pratt through arch truss bridge over Ottauquechee River on Fletcher Hill Rd (C3035) in Woodstock
History: Built 1865; Renovated 1947; rehabilitated 1989
Built: 1865

Location: Windsor County

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Lincoln Covered Bridge

Photo taken by C Hanchey in October 2009

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Lincoln Covered Bridge

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Lincoln Covered Bridge

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Lincoln Covered Bridge

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Lincoln Covered Bridge

Photo taken by Jack Schmidt July 6, 2011

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Lincoln Covered Bridge

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Lincoln Covered Bridge

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Lincoln Covered Bridge

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Photo taken by Michael Quiet in August 2015

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Photo taken by Michael Quiet in August 2015

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Photo taken by Michael Quiet in August 2015

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Photo taken by Michael Quiet in August 2015

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Photo taken by Michael Quiet in August 2015

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Photo taken by Michael Quiet in August 2015

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Lincoln Covered Bridge 45-14-13

Overhead bracing

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Lincoln Covered Bridge 45-14-13

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in August 2015

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Lincoln Covered Bridge 45-14-13

Notice that the vertical compression member isn't fitted into the arch, but merely meets it.

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Lincoln Covered Bridge 45-14-13

Southern approach

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in August 2015

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Lincoln Covered Bridge 45-14-13

Southern abutment...still the original stone

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Lincoln Covered Bridge 45-14-13

Northern abutment is encased in concrete.

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Lincoln Covered Bridge 45-14-13

A large metal fitting was added to the lower chord and metal tension rods were added beneath the lower chord

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in August 2015

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Lincoln Covered Bridge 45-14-13

Detail of the underside...no stringers here! This unique arch is still completely load bearing

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Lincoln Covered Bridge 45-14-13

Overview from the north

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Woodstock, VT, USA

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Woodstock, VT, USA

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Woodstock, VT, USA

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Photo taken in Woodstock, VT, USA

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Woodstock, VT, USA

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Woodstock, VT, USA

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Photo taken by John Loxton in August 2016

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Photo taken by John Loxton in August 2016

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Photo taken by John Loxton in August 2016

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Photo taken by John Loxton in August 2016

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Photo taken by John Loxton in August 2016

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Photo taken by John Loxton in August 2016

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Photo taken by John Loxton in August 2016

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Photo taken by John Loxton in August 2016

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Lincoln Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in 1988

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Lincoln Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in 1988

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Lincoln Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in 1989

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Lincoln Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in 1989

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Lincoln Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in 1989

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Lincoln Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in 1989

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Lincoln Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in 1990

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Lincoln Bridge

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West Woodstock Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.614267,-72.542832

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Carries Mill Rd (C3050) over Ottauquechee River
Design: truss/through/pennsylvania
Design Details: Pin connected Pennsylvania Through truss with a load bearing arch added
Total Length: 178.2 Feet
Span Length: 172.9 Feet

Overview: Pin connected Pennsylvania through truss with added arches over Ottauquechee River on Mill Rd (C3050) in Woodstock
History: Built 1900 by Groton Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 2002 with addition of steel through arch
Built: 1900

Location: Windsor County

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Combination Ottauquechee River Truss Bridge

New steel arch inside of original through truss.

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Combination Ottauquechee River Truss Bridge

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Combination Ottauquechee River Truss Bridge

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Combination Ottauquechee River Truss Bridge

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West woodstock

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West Woodstock Bridge

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West Woodstock Bridge

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West Woodstock Bridge

Eastern portal

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West Woodstock Bridge

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West Woodstock Bridge

Notice that the eyebar lower chord isn't connected to anything

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West Woodstock Bridge

Detail of a pinned connection of the truss web

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West Woodstock Bridge

An interesting decision...the original railing was recovered and added to the new railing, but is covered mostly

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West Woodstock Bridge

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West Woodstock Bridge

Truss web

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Taftsville Covered Bridge 45-14-12

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.630810,-72.467848

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Carries River Road (C2002) over Ottauquechee River
Design: truss/through/multiple-kingpost
Design Details: Un-patented variation of a Multiple Kingspost through truss. A laminated wooden arch was added sometime in the early 20th century
Total Length: 189.0 Feet
Span Length: 92.9 Feet

Overview: Covered bridge over Ottauquechee River on River Road (C2002) in Woodstock
History: Built 1836; rehabilitated 1869, 1910 and 1952; Damaged by flooding/Southern span removed 2011; Reconstructed 2013
Built: 1836

Location: Windsor County

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Taftsville Covered Bridge

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Taftsville Covered Bridge

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Photo taken by Kevin G. Lonie in April 2005

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New England

Vermont Bridges

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New England

Vermont Bridges

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Taftsville Covered Bridge

Photo taken by Jack Schmidt July 5, 2011

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Taftsville Covered Bridge

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Taftsville Covered Bridge

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Taftsville Covered Bridge

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Taftsville Covered Bridge 45-14-12

Southern portal

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Historical marker added after the 2013 reconstrcution

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Barrel shot

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Taftsville Covered Bridge 45-14-12

Detail of the unique truss web, which seems to take elements of a queenspost and kingspost truss

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Taftsville Covered Bridge 45-14-12

Detail of the unique truss web, which seems to take elements of a queenspost and kingspost truss

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Taftsville Covered Bridge 45-14-12

A brace added to the laminated wooden arch

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Taftsville Covered Bridge 45-14-12

Mispan of this unique truss system

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Taftsville Covered Bridge 45-14-12

Detail shot of the added laminated wooden arch

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Taftsville Covered Bridge 45-14-12

Northern portal

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Taftsville Covered Bridge 45-14-12

Profile from downstream

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Taftsville Covered Bridge 45-14-12

Truss web

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Taftsville Covered Bridge 45-14-12

Detail of the craftsmanship of the upper chord

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Taftsville covered bridge

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Woodstock, VT, USA

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Woodstock, VT, USA

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Woodstock, VT, USA

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Woodstock, VT, USA

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Woodstock, VT, USA

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Woodstock, VT, USA

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Photo taken by John Loxton in August 2016

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Taftsville Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in 1989

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Taftsville Bridge

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Photo taken by John Bernhisel

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View from north

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View south across bridge

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Historic information at north end

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View south across bridge

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Historic marker

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View from south

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View from southwest

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Pier and north span detail

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View north across bridge

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Taftsville Covered Bridge

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Taftsville Covered Bridge

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Middle Covered Bridge 45-14-15

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.624667,-72.520376

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Carries Mountain Ave. (C3UN1) over Ottauquechee River
Design: truss/through/lattice/town
Design Details: Covered Town Lattice through truss
Total Length: 181.1 Feet
Span Length: 124.0 Feet

Overview: Covered Town Lattice through truss bridge over Ottauquechee River on Mountain Ave. (C3UN1) in Woodstock
History: Built 1968 by Graton Associates; rehabilitated 1976 following fire damage
Built: 1968

Location: Windsor County

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Middle Covered Bridge

Photo taken by Jack Schmidt July 5, 2011

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Middle Covered Bridge

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Middle Covered Bridge 45-14-15

Eastern approach

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in August 2015

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Middle Covered Bridge 45-14-15

Eastern portal

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Middle Covered Bridge 45-14-15

Note on bridge history

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Middle Covered Bridge 45-14-15

Detail of the upper chord

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Middle Covered Bridge 45-14-15

Barrel shot

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Middle Covered Bridge 45-14-15

Overhead bracing

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Middle Covered Bridge 45-14-15

Detail of the Town lattice truss

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Middle Covered Bridge 45-14-15

The bridge, despite its newer construction date, was fashioned with a strong regard to history and didn't use any modern tchnology

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Middle Covered Bridge 45-14-15

Truss web

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Middle Covered Bridge 45-14-15

Roadway

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Middle Covered Bridge 45-14-15

Western portal

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Middle Covered Bridge 45-14-15

Pedestrian walkway

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Middle Covered Bridge 45-14-15

Some signs of charring from when the bridge was victim of a arson attack

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Photo taken by John Loxton in August 2016

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Middle Covered Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in 1989

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Middle Covered Bridge

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Quechee Gorge Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.637209,-72.408507

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Carries US 4 over Ottauquechee River
Design: arch/deck/steel
Design Details: deck arch bridge with deck plate girder approach spans
Total Length: 285.1 Feet
Span Length: 188.0 Feet

Overview: Steel arch bridge over Ottauquechee River on US 4 in Hartford
History: Built 1911; Abandoned & converted to roadway use 1933; Rehabilitated 1989
Built: 1911

Location: Windsor County

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New England Trip

Rainy Day in Vermont, but still beautiful

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Quechee Gorge Bridge

Western approach. Pretty unassuming

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Quechee Gorge Bridge

Deck plate girder approach span on the eastern side. Steel stringers were built around the girders when the bridge was widened for road traffic in 1933

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Quechee Gorge Bridge

Through the truss

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Quechee Gorge Bridge

Overview

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Quechee Gorge Bridge

Builders plate on the girder approach span

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Quechee Gorge Bridge

overview

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Quechee Gorge Bridge

overview

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Quechee Gorge Bridge

Looking at the original pier for the Howe Deck truss

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Quechee Gorge Bridge

overview

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Quechee Gorge Bridge

overview

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Quechee Gorge Bridge

Detail of the floorbeams

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Quechee Gorge Bridge

overview

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Quechee Gorge Bridge

View from the roadway, looking south

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Quechee Gorge Bridge

Additional shot looking at the original ashlar pier for the Howe Deck Truss that preceded this bridge.

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in August 2015

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Quechee Gorge Bridge

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Quechee Gorge Bridge

1030s view

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Quechee Gorge Bridge

c1911

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Bridgewater Corners Bridge

Status: Replaced by a new bridge

Location: 43.586810,-72.656837

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Carries VT 100A ALT over Ottauquechee River
Design: truss/through/pratt
Design Details: Pratt through truss
Total Length: 112.9 Feet
Span Length: 110.9 Feet

Overview: Pratt through truss bridge over Ottauquechee River on VT 100A ALT in Bridgewater
History: Built 1928; rehabilitated 1975; Replaced by similar bridge 2011
Built: 1928

Location: Windsor County

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Closed VT 100A Ottauquechee River Bridge

Photo taken by C Hanchey in October 2009

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Closed VT 100A Ottauquechee River Bridge

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Closed VT 100A Ottauquechee River Bridge

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Closed VT 100A Ottauquechee River Bridge

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Park Street Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.298696,-72.482595

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Carries Park Street over Black River Middle Falls
Design: arch/deck/closed
Design Details: Concrete closed-spandrel deck arch
Total Length: 76.1 Feet
Span Length: 69.9 Feet

Overview: Concrete arch bridge over Black River Middle Falls on Park Street in Springfield
History: Built 1916
Built: 1916

Location: Windsor County

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Park Street Bridge

View beside the bridge from southwest quadrant

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Park Street Bridge

Zoomed view beside the bridge from southwest quadrant

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Park Street Bridge

View beside the bridge from southwest quadrant, also showing Middle Falls

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Park Street Bridge

Elevation, located directly behind Middle Falls

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Park Street Bridge

Distant elevation

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Findley Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.854777,-72.646301

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Carries C3024 over Third Branch White River
Design: truss/pony/parker
Design Details: Parker pony truss with camelback profile
Total Length: 104.0 Feet
Span Length: 98.1 Feet

Overview: Parker pony truss bridge over Third Branch White River on C3024 in Bethel
History: Built 1929; rehabilitated 1997
Built: 1929

Location: Windsor County

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Findley Bridge

Overview

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Findley Bridge

Eastern portal

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Findley Bridge

Structural steel by Carnegie

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Findley Bridge

Original lattice railing, with a modern guardrail in front

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2015

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Findley Bridge

Detail of the wooden deck

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Findley Bridge

Detail of the truss web

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Findley Bridge

Hip joint

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Findley Bridge

The upper chord is a typical built up boxed member with V lacing

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Findley Bridge

vertical and diagonal elements were simple rolled I beams

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Findley Bridge

Western approach

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Findley Bridge

Repair work on a gusset plate, with bolts replacing original rivets

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Peavine Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.827565,-72.635601

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Carries Peavine Boulevard (C2005) over Third Branch White River
Design: truss/through/lattice/quadrangular
Design Details: Quadrangular lattice through truss
Total Length: 107.0 Feet
Span Length: 102.0 Feet

Overview: Quadrangular lattice through truss bridge over Third Branch White River on Peavine Boulevard (C2005) in Bethel
History: Built 1919; Restored 1927; Abandoned 1933; Converted to auto use c. 1938
Built: 1919

Location: Windsor County

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Peavine Bridge

Eastern approach

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Peavine Bridge

eastern portal

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Peavine Bridge

eastern portal

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Peavine Bridge

barrel shot

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Peavine Bridge

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Peavine Bridge

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Peavine Bridge

Connection point of a tension and compression memeber

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Peavine Bridge

note the unusual v lacing of the upper chord

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Peavine Bridge

Phoenix stamp

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Peavine Bridge

The v lacing of the upper chord was rather unique in that it was embedded inside the box instead of being riveted to the outside

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Peavine Bridge

Western portal

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Peavine Bridge

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Peavine Bridge

Overhead bracing...pretty simple

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Peavine Bridge

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Peavine Bridge

Detail of the lower chord.

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Peavine Bridge

On the northwest endpost a section of the internal v lacing was missing, and boltholes were present.

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Peavine Bridge

Looking south-easterly

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Peavine Bridge

Slight rusting occurring in the western section of the upstream trusses lower chord. Its also interesting to note that the lower chord has no bracing between floorbeams...A slightly unusual sight for a riveted bridge

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Peavine Bridge

Detail of the footing

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Peavine Bridge

Looking east at the downstream trusses lower chord. Some slight bowing in the first panel is evident

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Peavine Bridge

The upper chord is comprised of a built up box member with an open channel. The first panel off the endpost is topped with x lacing, whereas the rest if the upper chord is a solid plate

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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Peavine Bridge

Slight rusting of the lower chord, middle section of the downstream truss

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Hartford Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.659911,-72.340273

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Carries C2006 over White River
Design: truss/deck/warren/alt-verticals
Design Details: 4 span Warren deck truss with alternating verticals with 2 deck plate girder approach spans
Total Length: 559.1 Feet
Span Length: 109.9 Feet

Overview: Warren Deck truss bridge over White River on C2006 in Hartford
History: Built 1929; rehabilitated 1973
Built: 1929

Location: Windsor County

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Hartford Bridge

Overview

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Hartford Bridge

Looking north across the bridge

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Hartford Bridge

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Hartford Bridge

Deck plate girder approach span

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Hartford Bridge

Span details

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Hartford Bridge

Connnection between the deck plate girder approach span and the deck truss

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Hartford Bridge

Pier

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Hartford Bridge

Warren deck truss details

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Royalton Hill Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.822586,-72.565962

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Carries Royalton Hill road (C3006) over White River
Design: truss/through/parker
Design Details: Parker through truss
Total Length: 165.0 Feet
Span Length: 160.1 Feet

Overview: Parker through truss bridge over White River on C3006 in Royalton
History: Built 1928 by Bethlehem Steel Co.
Built: 1928

Location: Windsor County

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Royalton Hill Bridge

Eastern approach

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Royalton Hill Bridge

Eastern portal

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Royalton Hill Bridge

Original lattice guardrail

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Royalton Hill Bridge

Paint is a little flaky...

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in August 2015

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Royalton Hill Bridge

Truss web

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Royalton Hill Bridge

Barrel shot

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in August 2015

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Royalton Hill Bridge

Detail of a hexagonal gusset plate

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in August 2015

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Royalton Hill Bridge

Detail of the overhead bracing

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in August 2015

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Royalton Hill Bridge

Builders plate

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in August 2015

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Royalton Hill Bridge

Western portal

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in August 2015

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Royalton Hill Bridge

Western approach

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in August 2015

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Royalton Hill Bridge

X lacing on the upper chord

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in August 2015

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Royalton Hill Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in August 2015

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Royalton Hill Bridge

Portal bracing

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in August 2015

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Royalton Hill Bridge

Detail of the guardrail support

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in August 2015

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Royalton Hill Bridge

Overview

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Bridge Street Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.813643,-72.544234

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Carries C3036 (Bridge Street) over White River
Design: truss/through/parker
Design Details: Parker through truss
Total Length: 206.0 Feet
Span Length: 201.1 Feet

Overview: Parker through truss bridge over White River on C3036 in Royalton
History: Built 1928; rehabilitated 1982
Built: 1928

Location: Windsor County

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Bridge Street Bridge

Southern approach

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Bridge Street Bridge

Southern portal

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Bridge Street Bridge

Original lattice railing still in place

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Bridge Street Bridge

Barrel shot

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Bridge Street Bridge

Detail of the overhead bracing

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Bridge Street Bridge

Detail of the railing connection to a rolled I beam vertical meember

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Bridge Street Bridge

Strucutural steel by Bethleham

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Bridge Street Bridge

Northern portal

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Bridge Street Bridge

Northern approach

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Bridge Street Bridge

Truss web

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Bridge Street Bridge

Detail of the tight v lacing on a diagonal memeber

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Bridge Street Bridge

A small gusset plate in the truss web

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Bridge Street Bridge

Portal bracing

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Bridge Street Bridge

Hip joint

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Gaysville Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.778474,-72.700418

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Carries C2002 (Bridge Street) over White River
Design: truss/through/warren/sub-panels
Design Details: Warren through truss with all verticals and sub-panels
Total Length: 154.9 Feet
Span Length: 149.9 Feet

Overview: Warren through truss bridge over White River on C2002 in Stockbridge
History: Built 1929 by American Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 1972
Built: 1929

Location: Windsor County

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Gaysville Bridge

Eastern approach

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Gaysville Bridge

Eastern portal

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Gaysville Bridge

Builders plate

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Gaysville Bridge

drainage hole

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Gaysville Bridge

The original lattice railing

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Gaysville Bridge

Overhead bracing

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Gaysville Bridge

Truss web

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Gaysville Bridge

Portal bracing

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Gaysville Bridge

barrel shot

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Gaysville Bridge

A riveted gusset plate

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Gaysville Bridge

western approach

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Gaysville Bridge

western portal

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Gaysville Bridge

Steel on the railing was stamped from Pencoyd

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Gaysville Bridge

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Gaysville Bridge

Eastern approach

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Gaysville Bridge

Eastern portal

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Gaysville Bridge

Overview

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Gaysville Bridge

Overview

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Gaysville Bridge

Barrel shot

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Gaysville Bridge

Portal bracing

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Gaysville Bridge

Hip joint

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White River Bridge

Status: Demolished and replaced.

Location: 43.783333,-72.758333

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Carries VT 100 over White River
Design: truss/through
Design Details: Through truss
Total Length: 126.0 Feet
Span Length: 122.1 Feet

Overview: Through truss bridge over White River on VT 100 in Stockbridge
History: Built 1928
Built: 1928

Location: Windsor County

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River Street Bridge (Old)

Status: Replaced by a new bridge

Location: 43.827095,-72.631839

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Carries VT 107 over White River
Design: truss/through/parker
Design Details: Parker through truss
Total Length: 418.0 Feet
Span Length: 203.1 Feet

Overview: Parker through truss bridge over White River on VT 107 in Bethel
History: Built 1928; rehabilitated 1970; Replaced 2013
Built: 1928

Location: Windsor County

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White River-107 bridge

Just before it was destroyed

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River Street Bridge (Old)

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White River Bridge

Status: Demolished and replaced.

Location: 43.711667,-72.418333

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Carries TR 4/FAS 166 over White River
Design: truss/through
Design Details: Through truss
Total Length: 225.1 Feet
Span Length: 220.2 Feet

Overview: Through truss bridge over White River on TR 4/FAS 166 in Hartford
History: Built 1929
Built: 1929

Location: Windsor County

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Carlton Clark Memorial Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.782141,-72.459683

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Carries River Rd (TR 3/FAS 177) over White River
Design: truss/through/parker
Design Details: Parker through truss
Total Length: 324.2 Feet
Span Length: 220.2 Feet

Overview: Parker through truss bridge over White River on River Rd (TR 3/FAS 177) in Sharon
History: Built 1928 by American Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 1994
Built: 1928

Location: Windsor County

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Carlton Clark Memorial Bridge

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Carlton Clark Memorial Bridge

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Carlton Clark Memorial Bridge

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Carlton Clark Memorial Bridge

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Carlton Clark Memorial Bridge

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Carlton Clark Bridge

Photo taken by Jack Schmidt July 6, 2011

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Carlton Clark Bridge

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Carlton Clark Memorial Bridge

Southern portal

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in June 2015

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Carlton Clark Memorial Bridge

Southern Approach

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Carlton Clark Memorial Bridge

Portal Bracing

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Carlton Clark Memorial Bridge

Hip joint

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Carlton Clark Memorial Bridge

Overhead bracing

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Carlton Clark Memorial Bridge

Detail of a diagonal member. Interestingly its not a straight rolled I beam, but is instead Riveted together

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Carlton Clark Memorial Bridge

Looking at the lower chord

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Carlton Clark Memorial Bridge

Riveting work

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Carlton Clark Memorial Bridge

Barrel shot, looking North

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Carlton Clark Memorial Bridge

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Carlton Clark Memorial Bridge

Structural steel provided by Carnegie

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Carlton Clark Memorial Bridge

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Salmond Covered Bridge 45-14-05

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.426852,-72.488354

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Carries Henry Gould Road over Sherman Brook
Design: truss/through/multiple-kingpost
Design Details: Covered Multiple kingpost truss
Total Length: 60.0 Feet
Span Length: 46.9 Feet

Overview: Covered Multiple Kingspost through truss bridge over Sherman Brook on Henry Gould Road
History: Built 1875 by James F. Tasker; Removed and used for storage 1959; Restored and put in current location 1986
Built: 1875

Location: Windsor County

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Salmond Bridge

Photo taken by John Borthwick securevermont.com in June 2004

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Salmond Bridge

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Salmond Bridge

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Salmond Bridge

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Salmond Bridge

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Salmond Bridge

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Salmond Bridge

Photo taken by John Borthwick securevermont.com in June 2004

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Salmond Covered Bridge

Photo taken by Jack Schmidt July 5, 2011

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Salmond Covered Bridge

Photo taken by Jack Schmidt July 5, 2011

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Thataway

Because they are often bypassed and on seldom used roads, many covered bridges can be a bit tricky to find. The Salmond Covered Bridge in Weatherford, Vermont (USA) has this handy guide. The bridge was built around 1880 by one of the area's best...

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Salmond Bridge

spanning Sherman Brook - Weathersfield, VT

Photo taken February 2012 by Flickr user aussiegtl

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Salmond Bridge

spanning Sherman Brook - Weathersfield, VT

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Salmond Bridge

spanning Sherman Brook - Weathersfield, VT

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Salmond Bridge

spanning Sherman Brook - Weathersfield, VT

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Salmond Bridge

spanning Sherman Brook - Weathersfield, VT

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Salmond Bridge

spanning Sherman Brook - Weathersfield, VT

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Salmond Covered Bridge 45-14-05

Western portal

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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Salmond Covered Bridge 45-14-05

Western approach

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Salmond Covered Bridge 45-14-05

Upper connection of the multiple kingspost system

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Salmond Covered Bridge 45-14-05

Overhead bracing. The design is typical of the excellent work of James Tasker

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Salmond Covered Bridge 45-14-05

Lower connection of the multiple kingspost system.....has something been gnawing on this?

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Salmond Covered Bridge 45-14-05

Midspan

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Salmond Covered Bridge 45-14-05

Auction notice circa 1938 for the Salmond estate, for whom this bridge was named

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Salmond Covered Bridge 45-14-05

Truss web

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Salmond Covered Bridge 45-14-05

Historical marker

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Salmond Covered Bridge 45-14-05

Eastern portal

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Salmond Covered Bridge 45-14-05

Footing

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Salmond Covered Bridge 45-14-05

The bridge impressively spans this creek, which required only a large stride to cross

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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Salmond Covered Bridge 45-14-05

The concrete abutment dates to the installation of the bridge here in 1986

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Salmond Covered Bridge 45-14-05

Floor system. All original

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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Salmond Covered Bridge 45-14-05

Looking along the lower chord

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Salmond Covered Bridge 45-14-05

Portal detail

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Salmond Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in 1990

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Salmond Bridge

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Baltimore Covered Bridge 45-14-03

Status: Open to pedestrians only

Location: 43.270283,-72.448254

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Carries over
Design: truss/through/lattice/town
Design Details: Town lattice truss
Total Length: 37.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Lattice through truss bridge in Springfield.
History: built 1870
Built: 1870

Location: Windsor County

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Baltimore Bridge

Photo taken by John Borthwick securevermont.com in June 2004

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Baltimore Bridge

Photo taken by John Borthwick securevermont.com in April 2008

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Baltimore Bridge

Photo taken by John Borthwick securevermont.com in June 2004

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Baltimore Bridge

Photo taken by John Borthwick securevermont.com in June 2004

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Baltimore Covered Bridge

Photo taken by Jack Schmidt July 5, 2011

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Baltimore Covered Bridge

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Baltimore Covered Bridge

Photo taken by Jack Schmidt July 5, 2011

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Baltimore Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in 1990

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Baltimore Bridge

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GMRC - Black River Bridge #2

Status: Open to traffic?

Location: 43.381872,-72.635744

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Carries Green Mountain Railroad over Black River
Design: truss/through/lattice/triple
Design Details: Triple-intersection lattice through truss
Total Length: 142.0 Feet
Span Length: 136.0 Feet

Overview: Lattice through truss bridge over Black River on Green Mountain Railroad
History: Built 1897, repaired 2011 following damage by TS Irene
Built: 1897

Location: Windsor County

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VT 15M 1

Photo taken by Chester Gehman April 1986

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VT 15M 2

Photo taken by Chester Gehman April 1986

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GMRC - Williams River Bridge No. 114

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.240140,-72.555757

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Carries Green Mountain Railroad over Williams River
Design: truss/through/lattice
Design Details: Lattice through truss
Total Length: 119.0 Feet
Span Length: 117.0 Feet

Overview: Lattice through truss bridge over Williams River on Green Mountain Railroad
History: Built 1899; Undermined by flooding from Hurricane Irene, Repaired
Built: 1899

Location: Windsor County

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BM - White River Bridge (1936)

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.649454,-72.316647

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Carries BM/WACR over White River
Design: girder/pony/plate
Design Details: Pony plate girder
Total Length: 387.0 Feet
Span Length: 123.5 Feet

Overview: Pony/through plate girder bridge over White River on BM/WACR
History: Built 1936; Emergency pier replacement 2011
Built: 1936

Location: Windsor County

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WACR White River Bridge pano1

Looking SE

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North abutment

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Looking NE

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Detail

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Detail

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Looking NE

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WACR White River Bridge pano3

Looking NE

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Looking NE

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Looking NE

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US COAT & Geodetic Survey Marker in south abutment

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Detail

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Detail

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South pier replacement (closest)

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North abutment

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North and south piers

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South and middle span connection

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Middle and north span connection

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South abutment

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South abutment

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North pier

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South pier

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North abutment

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Looking SE

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GMRC - Black River Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.382493,-72.646925

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Carries Green Mountain Railroad over Black River
Design: girder/pony/plate
Design Details: Pony plate girder
Total Length: 188.4 Feet
Span Length: 92.7 Feet

Overview: Pony/through plate girder bridge over Black River on Green Mountain Railroad
History: Built 1893
Built: 1893

Location: Windsor County

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Stoughton Covered Bridge 45-14-04

Status: Open to pedestrians only

Location: 43.367490,-72.516190

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Carries Private lane over Schoolhouse Brook
Design: truss/through/multiple-kingpost
Design Details: Multiple Kingpost through truss
Total Length: 48.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Multiple Kingpost through truss bridge over Schoolhouse Brook on Private lane
History: Built 1880; Moved 1959
Built: 1880

Location: Windsor County

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Stoughton Covered Bridge

Photo taken by Jack Schmidt July 5, 2011

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Stoughton Covered Bridge

Photo taken by Jack Schmidt July 5, 2011

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Stoughton Covered Bridge

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South Pomfret Covered Bridge 45-14-18

Status: Open to private traffic

Location: 43.661200,-72.537660

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Carries Private Drive over Barnard Brook
Design: truss/through/lattice/town
Design Details: Town lattice through truss
Total Length: 39.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Town lattice truss bridge over Barnard Brook on Private Drive
History: Original bridge built 1870; Bypassed and abandoned 1965; Half of bridge installed here 1973
Built: 1870

Location: Windsor County

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Photo taken by Sherman Cahal

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South Pomfret Covered Bridge

Photo taken by Jack Schmidt July 5, 2011

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South Pomfret Covered Bridge

Photo taken by Jack Schmidt July 5, 2011

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South Pomfret Covered Bridge

Photo taken by Jack Schmidt July 5, 2011

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South Pomfret Covered Bridge 45-14-18

Eastern portal

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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South Pomfret Covered Bridge 45-14-18

Truss web

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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South Pomfret Covered Bridge 45-14-18

A original treenail, with a spot for the second one

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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South Pomfret Covered Bridge 45-14-18

Repair work on the lower part of the truss. The exposed truss work, while visually attractive, allows the elements to take their toll on the wood

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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South Pomfret Covered Bridge 45-14-18

A notable aspect of the Town lattice, the doubled uppper chords

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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South Pomfret Covered Bridge 45-14-18

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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South Pomfret Covered Bridge 45-14-18

Western portal

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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South Pomfret Covered Bridge 45-14-18

Overhead bracing, still with its original tree nails

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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South Pomfret Covered Bridge 45-14-18

Detail of the connection with the lower chord

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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South Pomfret Covered Bridge 45-14-18

Repair work. The truss is no longer load bearing, allowing for a simple repair job like this (replete with off the shelf nails being used...)

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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South Pomfret Covered Bridge 45-14-18

Discarded tree nails

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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South Pomfret Covered Bridge 45-14-18

Discarded siding for the lower chords

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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South Pomfret Covered Bridge 45-14-18

Repair work. The truss is no longer load bearing, allowing for a simple repair job like this (replete with off the bolts being used...)

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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South Pomfret Covered Bridge 45-14-18

Looking alongside the truss.

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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South Pomfret Covered Bridge 45-14-18

Truss web

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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South Pomfret Covered Bridge 45-14-18

Detail of the added steel stringers from the 1971 installation

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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South Pomfret Covered Bridge 45-14-18

Detail of the simple steel stringer/timber pile abutment

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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South Pomfret Covered Bridge 45-14-18

View alongside the historic lower chord, with the 1971 steel stringer and simple steel & timber pile abutment.

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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South Pomfret Covered Bridge 45-14-18

Spacer connecting the floorbeam to the steel stringer

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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South Pomfret Covered Bridge 45-14-18

Truss web

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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South Pomfret Covered Bridge 45-14-18

Overview

Photo taken by Michael Quiet in September 2016

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South Pomfert Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in 1989

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South Pomfert Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in 1989

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North Hartland Twin Covered Bridge 45-14-64 #2

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.593580,-72.350090

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Carries Mill Street over Ottauquechee River
Design: truss/through/lattice/town
Design Details: Town lattice through truss
Total Length: 81.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Town lattice truss bridge over Ottauquechee River on Mill Street
History: Built 2001
Built: 2001

Location: Windsor County

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North Hartland Twin Covered Bridge

Photo taken by Jack Schmidt July 5, 2011

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North Hartland Twin Covered Bridge

Photo taken by Jack Schmidt July 5, 2011

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North Hartland(west) and Willard (east) bridges

Photo taken by Jack Schmidt July 5, 2011

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North Hartland Twin Covered Bridge

Photo taken by Jack Schmidt July 5, 2011

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North Hartland Twin Covered Bridge

Photo taken by Jack Schmidt July 5, 2011

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Willard Covered Bridge

Photo taken by Panoramio user JBTHEMILKER

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Willard Covered Bridge

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North Hartland, Hartland, VT, USA

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Heartland covered bridge

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North Hartland, Hartland, VT, USA

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Randolph Center Road Bridge

Status: In storage or disassembled

Location: 43.875159,-72.588301

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Carries Randolph Center Road over 2nd Branch White River
Design: truss/pony/lenticular
Design Details: Lenticular pony truss
Total Length: 56.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Lenticular pony truss bridge over 2nd Branch White River on Randolph Center Road
History: Built 1896 by the Berlin Iron Bridge Co. Replaced and put into storage in 1996
Built: 1896

Location: Windsor County

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NECR - Bridge 41.60

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.859852,-72.644767

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Carries New England Central Railroad over Third Branch White River
Design: truss/through/warren/verticals
Design Details: Warren through truss with all verticals
Total Length: 250.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Warren through truss with all verticals bridge over Third Branch White River on New England Central Railroad
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Location: Windsor County

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NECR - Bridge 39.56

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.833211,-72.636184

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Carries New England Central Railroad over Third Branch White River
Design: truss/through/warren/verticals
Design Details: Warren through truss with all verticals
Total Length: 0.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Warren through truss with all verticals bridge over Third Branch White River on New England Central Railroad
History:
Built:

Location: Windsor County

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NECR - Bridge 39.56

Overview

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NECR - Bridge 39.56

Overview

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NECR - Bridge 39.56

Abutment detail. It looked like there was an original ashlar abutment that was encased in concrete.

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NECR - Bridge 39.56

Detail of the underside and eastern abutment

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NECR - Bridge 39.56

The lower chord was a built up box member with X lacing

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NECR - Bridge 39.56

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NECR - Second Branch White River Bridge 33.57

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.822963,-72.540343

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Carries New England Central Railroad over Second Branch White River
Design: girder/deck/plate
Design Details: Deck plate girder
Total Length: 660.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Deck plate girder bridge over Second Branch White River on New England Central Railroad
History:
Built:

Location: Windsor County

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NECR - White River Bridge 19.48

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.681343,-72.394624

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Carries New England Central Railroad over White River and VT-14
Design: girder/deck/plate
Design Details: 8 span Deck plate girder
Total Length: 658.2 Feet
Span Length: 100.1 Feet

Overview: Deck plate girder bridge over White River and VT-14 on New England Central Railroad
History: Built 1935
Built: 1935

Location: Windsor County

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NECR White River Bridge 19.48

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NECR - Connecticut River Bridge #3

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.469880,-72.388841

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Carries New England Central Railroad over Connecticut River
Design: girder/deck/plate
Design Details: Deck plate girder
Total Length: 750.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Deck plate girder bridge over Connecticut River on New England Central Railroad
History:
Built:

Location: Windsor County

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Looking South

This is looking from the Cornish-Windsor Covered Bridge.

Photo taken by Mike Garland in July 2015

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Center Support

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South Support

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Looking South

This is looking from the Vermont side of the Cornish-Windsor Covered Bridge.

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WACR - Ompompanoosuc River Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.752156,-72.229851

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Carries Washington County Railroad over Ompompanoosuc River
Design: truss/through/warren/verticals
Design Details: Warren through truss with all verticals
Total Length: 132.0 Feet
Span Length: 126.0 Feet

Overview: Warren through truss with all verticals bridge over Ompompanoosuc River on Washington County Railroad
History: Built 1911
Built: 1911

Location: Windsor County

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NECR - River Street Overpass

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.828056,-72.631111

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Carries NECR over Vt.107 (River Street)
Design: beam/stringer/steel
Design Details: Steel stringer
Total Length: 41.0 Feet
Span Length: 32.2 Feet

Overview: Steel stringer bridge over Vt.107 (River Street) on NECR
History: Built 1940
Built: 1940

Location: Windsor County

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NECR - River Street Overpass

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GMRC - Mill Street Overpass

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.379145,-72.608467

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Carries Green Mountain Railroad over Mill Street
Design: beam/stringer/steel
Design Details: Steel stringer
Total Length: 0.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Steel stringer bridge over Mill Street on Green Mountain Railroad
History: Built 1903 by American Bridge Co.
Built: 1903

Location: Windsor County

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Railroad Bridge near Cavendish and Phineas Gage 1848 accident site

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GMRC - Mill Street Overpass

Overview

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GMRC - Mill Street Overpass

Detail of the stone abutment

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GMRC - Mill Street Overpass

Builders plate

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GMRC - Mill Street Overpass

Overview

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GMRC - Mill Street Overpass

Detail of the stone abutment

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GMRC - Mill Street Overpass

Deck view....can't even tell you're crossing a bridge from up there!

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GMRC - Cavendish Gulf Road Overpass

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.371034,-72.600216

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Carries Green Mountain Railroad over Cavendish Gulf Road
Design: girder/deck/plate
Design Details: Deck plate girder
Total Length: 41.0 Feet
Span Length: 34.1 Feet

Overview: Deck plate girder bridge over Cavendish Gulf Road on Green Mountain Railroad
History: Built 1919
Built: 1919

Location: Windsor County

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Cavendish Gulf Railroad Bridge looking north 2009

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GMRC - Cavendish Gulf Road Overpass

Southern approach

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GMRC - Cavendish Gulf Road Overpass

Irregularly sized buy still finely crafted stone blocks comprise the substructure for this bridge

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GMRC - Cavendish Gulf Road Overpass

Southern portal

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GMRC - Cavendish Gulf Road Overpass

South abutment

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GMRC - Cavendish Gulf Road Overpass

Detail of the girders

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GMRC - Cavendish Gulf Road Overpass

Overview

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GMRC - Cavendish Gulf Road Overpass

Deck view

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River Street Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.827436,-72.631691

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Carries River Street (VT route 107 & 12) over White River
Design: truss/modern/through
Design Details: Modern Parker through truss
Total Length: 319.9 Feet
Span Length: 250.0 Feet

Overview: Modern Parker through truss bridge over White River on River Street (VT route 107 & 12)
History: Built 2013
Built: 2013

Location: Windsor County

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River Street Bridge

View from the adjacent Peavine Bridge

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River Street Bridge

Western approach

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River Street Bridge

Detail of the modern truss with stringer approach span

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River Street Bridge

Western pier

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River Street Bridge

Detail of a typical bolted gusset plate

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River Street Bridge

view of the underside, looking at the eastern abutment

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River Street Bridge

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River Street Bridge

Western approach

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River Street Bridge

Western portal

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River Street Bridge

Detail of the I beam upper chord

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NECR - Route 14 Bridge 35.01

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.817312,-72.561953

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Carries NECR over Route 14
Design: beam/stringer/steel
Design Details: Steel stringer
Total Length: 26.9 Feet
Span Length: 24.9 Feet

Overview: Steel stringer bridge over Route 14 on NECR
History: Built 1927 by American Bridge Co.
Built: 1927

Location: Windsor County

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NECR - Route 14 overpass

Eastern approach

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NECR - Route 14 overpass

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NECR - Route 14 overpass

Builders plate. Sorry for the bad pic, its a narrow underpass on a busy road with 90 degree turns on both approaches

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NECR - Fidley Bridge Road Overpass

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.855843,-72.645686

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Carries NECR over Fidley Road Bridge
Design: beam/stringer/steel
Design Details: Steel stringer
Total Length: 0.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Steel stringer bridge over Fidley Road Bridge on NECR
History: Built 1927 by American Bridge Co.
Built: 1927

Location: Windsor County

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NECR - Fidley Bridge Road Overpass

Western approach

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NECR - Fidley Bridge Road Overpass

Northern abutment

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NECR - Fidley Bridge Road Overpass

Detail of the stronger system

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NECR - Fidley Bridge Road Overpass

Western approach

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NECR - Fidley Bridge Road Overpass

Detail of the builders plate

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NECR - Fidley Bridge Road Overpass

Deck

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NECR - Route 14 Bridge 25.89

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.759131,-72.450564

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Carries New England Central Railroad over VT 14
Design: girder/deck/plate
Design Details: Deck plate girder
Total Length: 0.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Deck plate girder bridge over VT 14 on New England Central Railroad
History: Built 1928
Built: 1928

Location: Windsor County

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NECR - White River Bridge 25.98

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.760123,-72.451143

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Carries New England Central Railroad over White River
Design: girder/deck/plate
Design Details: Deck plate girder
Total Length: 0.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Deck plate girder bridge over White River on New England Central Railroad
History:
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Location: Windsor County

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NECR - Route 14 Bridge 33.75

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.821469,-72.543315

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Carries New England Central Railroad over VT 14
Design: girder/deck/plate
Design Details: Deck plate girder
Total Length: 0.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Deck plate girder bridge over VT 14 on New England Central Railroad
History:
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Location: Windsor County

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Middle Bridge

Status: Replaced by a new bridge

Location: 43.624671,-72.520462

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Carries Mountain Ave. over Ottauquechee River
Design: truss/through/pratt
Design Details: Pratt through truss
Total Length: 0.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Ottauquechee River on Mountain Ave. in Woodstock.
History: Built 1877 by King Bridge Co.; Demolished 1966
Built: 1877

Location: Windsor County

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enhanced photo

GS 3-2016

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GS 3-2016

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Circa 1907

Old Postcard View

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Middle Bridge

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Middle Bridge

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Pompanoosuc Bridge

Status: Demolished

Location: 43.755356,-72.231494

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Carries U.S. Route 5 over Ompanoosuc River
Design: truss/through/lattice/town
Design Details: Town lattice through truss
Total Length: 0.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Lost Town lattice truss bridge over Ompanoosuc River on U.S. Route 5
History: Built 1866 by Bela Fletcher; Bypassed 1937; Demolished 1954
Built: 1866

Location: Windsor County

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Pompanoosuc Bridge

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Gillette Street Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.677481,-72.306425

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Carries Gillette Ave (C3029) over New England Central Railroad
Design: truss/pony/pratt
Design Details: Pin Connected Pratt pony truss
Total Length: 73.2 Feet
Span Length: 67.9 Feet

Overview: Pin connected Pratt pony truss bridge over New England Central Railroad on Gillette Ave (C3029)
History: Built 1915; rehabilitated 2013
Built: 1915

Location: Windsor County

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Gillette Street Bridge

Western approach

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Gillette Street Bridge

CVL USA stamp. This is most likely a modern replacment

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Gillette Street Bridge

Hip joint pinned connection. Note the use of of bolts in the rehab

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Gillette Street Bridge

V lacing on the underside of the upper chords built up box memeber

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Gillette Street Bridge

Detail of a vertical compression member

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Gillette Street Bridge

Detail of the lower chord

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Gillette Street Bridge

Deck view

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Gillette Street Bridge

Eastern portal

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Gillette Street Bridge

Modern concrete abutment

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Gillette Street Bridge

The original railing is still extant, but obscured by a mesh railing and modern gaurdrails. Considering that this bridge was completely dismantled, it was nice for this to survive

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Gillette Street Bridge

Above the original railing.

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Gillette Street Bridge

A different stamp on the steel. NB USA

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Gillette Street Bridge

An old railroad 'headache bar'. Not as important now that the bridge has been raised

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Gillette Street Bridge

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Gillette Street Bridge

Alongside the truss

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Gillette Street Bridge

Overview

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CV - West Hartford Bridge (Old)

Status: Replaced by a new bridge

Location: 43.681156,-72.394626

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Carries Central Vermont Railway over White River
Design: truss/deck/lattice
Design Details: Riveted Steel Lattice deck truss
Total Length: 658.2 Feet
Span Length: 150.0 Feet

Overview: Lost Lattice deck truss bridge over White River on Central Vermont Railway
History: Built 1887; Replaced 1935
Built: 1888

Location: Windsor County

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CV - West Hartford Bridge (Older)

Status: Destroyed by derailment/fire

Location: 43.681311,-72.394412

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Carries Central Vermont Railway over White River
Design: truss/deck/lattice
Design Details: Covered Town Lattice deck truss
Total Length: 640.0 Feet
Span Length: 145.0 Feet

Overview: Lost Town Lattice deck truss bridge over White River on Central Vermont Railway
History: Built for the Central Vermont Railway; Destroyed by derailment/fire 1887
Built:

Location: Windsor County

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Bridgewater Corners Bridge (New)

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.586836,-72.656808

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Carries VT 100A over Ottauquechee River
Design: truss/through/pratt
Design Details: Pratt through truss
Total Length: 115.2 Feet
Span Length: 107.9 Feet

Overview: Pratt through truss bridge over Ottauquechee River on VT 100A
History: Built 2011
Built: 2011

Location: Windsor County

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Bridgewater Corners Bridge (New)

Endpost

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Bridgewater Corners Bridge (New)

Mid section gusset plate

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Bridgewater Corners Bridge (New)

Overhead bracing

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Bridgewater Corners Bridge (New)

Approach

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Bridgewater Corners Bridge (New)

Truss web

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Bridgewater Corners Bridge (New)

Overview

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Bridgewater Corners Bridge (New)

Endpost. Note the higher mounting of the builders plate

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Bridgewater Corners Bridge (New)

Endpost. Note the use of bolts

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Bridgewater Corners Bridge (New)

Overview

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Bridgewater Corners Bridge (New)

Overview

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Depot Street Bridge (First)

Status: Replaced by a new bridge

Location: 43.380910,-72.636197

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Carries Depot Street over Black River
Design: truss/pony/warren/alt-verticals
Design Details: Riveted Warren pony truss with alternating verticals
Total Length: 60.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Lost Warren pony truss with alternating verticals bridge over Black River on Depot Street in Proctorsville.
History: Built c. 1900 by Groton Bridge Co. Replaced 1933
Built: c. 1900

Location: Windsor County

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Depot Street Bridge (First)

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Quechee Covered Bridge 45-14-A #2

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.645645,-72.418812

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Carries Waterman Hill Rd over Ottauquechee River
Design: beam/stringer/concrete
Design Details: Covered Concrete Stringer bridge
Total Length: 86.9 Feet
Span Length: 85.0 Feet

Overview: Covered concrete beam bridge over Ottauquechee River on Waterman Hill Road
History: Built 2012
Built: 2012

Location: Windsor County

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Quechee Covered Bridge

View from below. The waterfall seen in the background is the Quechee Dam

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Quechee Covered Bridge

Built 1970 lost in Hurricane Irene 2011

Photo taken by Richard Doody in 1990

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Quechee Covered Bridge

Built 1970 lost in Hurricane Irene 2011

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Titcomb Bridge

Status:

Location: 43.367445,-72.516220

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Carries Private road over Schoolhouse Brook
Design: truss/through/multiple-kingpost
Design Details: Multiple Kingpost through truss
Total Length: 48.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Multiple Kingpost through truss bridge over Schoolhouse Brook
History: Built 1880
Built: 1880

Location: Windsor County

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Titcomb Bridge

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Smith Bridge

Status: Removed but not replaced

Location: 0.000000,0.000000

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Carries over
Design: truss/through/lattice/town
Design Details: Town lattice through truss
Total Length: 39.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Lost Town lattice truss bridge
History: Half of bridge moved from Lamoille Co, 1973 removed 2001
Built: 1870

Location: Windsor County

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Smith Bridge

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Smith Bridge

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Best's Covered Bridge

Status:

Location: 43.455157,-72.516331

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Carries Churchill Road over Mill Brook
Design: arch/through/wood
Design Details: Timber through arch
Total Length: 37.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Timber through arch bridge over Mill Brook on Churchill Road in West Windsor.
History: Built 1890
Built: 1890

Location: Windsor County

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Best's Covered Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in 1989

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Best's Covered Bridge

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Vt 107-Little Stony Brook Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.770192,-72.704583

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Carries Vt 00107 Ml over Little Stony Brook
Design: beam/tee
Design Details: Concrete tee beam
Total Length: 38.1 Feet
Span Length: 35.1 Feet

Overview: Concrete tee beam bridge over Little Stony Brook on Vt 00107 Ml
History: Built 1934; rehabilitated 1979
Built: 1934

Location: Windsor County

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VT 106-Black River Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.374394,-72.512550

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Carries Vt 00106 Ml over Black River
Design: girder
Design Details: Girder
Total Length: 289.1 Feet
Span Length: 94.2 Feet

Overview: Girder bridge over Black River on Vt 00106 Ml
History: Built 1939; rehabilitated 1988
Built: 1939

Location: Windsor County

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Grafton Street-Mid. Br Williams River Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.260672,-72.595814

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Carries TR 03 FAS 125 over Mid. Br Williams River
Design: beam/stringer/steel
Design Details: Steel stringer
Total Length: 99.1 Feet
Span Length: 97.1 Feet

Overview: Steel stringer bridge over Mid. Br Williams River on TR 03 FAS 125
History: Built 1940; rehabilitated 2001
Built: 1940

Location: Windsor County

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Gaysville Maple Street Bridge

Status: Destroyed by flooding

Location: 43.778474,-72.700433

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Carries Maple Street over White River
Design: truss/pony/pratt
Design Details: Pratt pony truss
Total Length: 0.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Lost Pratt pony truss bridge over White River on Maple Street in Gaysville.
History:
Built:

Location: Windsor County

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Westerly view across bridge. The station of the White River Valley RR (Peavine) is visible on the right.

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WACR - Maple Street Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.651186,-72.316158

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Carries Washington County Railroad over Maple Street / US 4
Design: beam/stringer/steel
Design Details: Steel stringer
Total Length: 58.1 Feet
Span Length: 29.9 Feet

Overview: Steel stringer bridge over Maple Street / US 4 on Washington County Railroad
History:
Built:

Location: Windsor County

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View from west

Photo taken by Josh Schmid in June 2021

500774

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View from south sidewalk

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500775

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View from east

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500776

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View from Lyman Bridge

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BM - White River Bridge (Old)

Status: Replaced by a new bridge

Location: 43.649299,-72.316666

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Carries Boston & Maine RR over White River
Design: truss/through
Design Details: Through truss
Total Length: 0.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Lost Through truss bridge over White River on Boston & Maine RR
History:
Built:

Location: Windsor County

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B&M - White River Bridge (Old)

looking northwest

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Depot Street Bridge (Second)

Status: Replaced by a new bridge

Location: 43.380998,-72.636134

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Carries Depot Street over Black River
Design: beam/tee
Design Details: Concrete tee beam
Total Length: 86.9 Feet
Span Length: 43.0 Feet

Overview: Lost Concrete tee beam bridge over Black River on Depot Street
History: Built 1940; Closed to vehicular traffic at some point between 2012 and 2016 per NBI; Replaced 2020
Built: 1940

Location: Windsor County

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Depot Street Bridge (Third)

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.380997,-72.636131

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Carries Depot Street over Black River
Design: beam/stringer/steel
Design Details: Steel stringer
Total Length: 0.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Steel stringer bridge over Black River on Depot Street
History: Built 2020
Built: 2020

Location: Windsor County

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North Springfield Dam Access Bridge

Status: Open to authorized vehicles and authorized pedestrian traffic only

Location: 43.338008,-72.507494

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Carries Restricted Use Road & Walkway over Springfield Dam
Design: girder/deck/plate
Design Details: Deck plate girder
Total Length: 0.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Deck plate girder bridge over Springfield Dam on Restricted Use Road & Walkway
History:
Built:

Location: Windsor County

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478023

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North Springfield Dam Access Bridge

Distant elevation

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020 (dry conditions)

478024

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North Springfield Dam Access Bridge

The control tower for the dam which the bridge leads to

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

478025

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North Springfield Dam Access Bridge

View beside the bridge

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Howard Hill Road Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.404496,-72.575185

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Carries Howard Hill Road over Black River
Design: truss/modern/pony/warren
Design Details: Modern Warren pony truss with alternating verticals
Total Length: 106.0 Feet
Span Length: 102.0 Feet

Overview: Modern Warren pony truss bridge over Black River on Howard Hill Road in Cavendish.
History: Built 2007 to replace previous Iron Bridge
Built: 2007

Location: Windsor County

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Howard Hill Road Bridge

Elevation from northwest quadrant

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

478257

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Howard Hill Road Bridge

Oblique view from northwest quadrant

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478258

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Howard Hill Road Bridge

Welded lower chord connection detail

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Howard Hill Road Bridge

Lower chord detail

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478260

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Howard Hill Road Bridge

Upper chord detail, showing bolted gusset plate and welded connection

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Howard Hill Road Bridge

Portal view facing south

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Howard Hill Road Bridge

View of truss web facing west

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Howard Hill Road Bridge

Bolted gusset plate detail on upper chord

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

478264

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Howard Hill Road Bridge

Truss detail

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Black River Footbridge

Status: Open to pedestrians

Location: 43.301902,-72.485583

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Carries Pedestrian Walkway to Springfield Health Center over Black River
Design: truss/through/pratt
Design Details: Pratt through truss
Total Length: 0.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Pratt through truss bridge over Black River on Pedestrian Walkway in Springfield.
History: Replaced a similar bridge
Built: 2011

Location: Windsor County

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Black River Footbridge

Elevation from southeast quadrant, with former hydroelectric power dam in background

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

478147

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Black River Footbridge

Oblique view from southwest quadrant

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

478148

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Black River Footbridge

Portal view facing west

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478149

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Black River Footbridge

Portal view on bridge facing west

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478150

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Black River Footbridge

Looking upstream from bridge towards old dam

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

478151

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Black River Footbridge

Zoomed view of former hydroelectric power dam, located a short distance north of the bridge

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

478152

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Black River Footbridge

View of truss from bridge deck

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

478153

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Black River Footbridge

Looking downstream towards the Springfield Historic District from bridge

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

478154

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Black River Footbridge

View of truss from bridge deck

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

478155

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Black River Footbridge

View of truss from bridge deck

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478156

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Black River Footbridge

Top chord connections

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478157

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Black River Footbridge

Truss detail

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478158

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Black River Footbridge

View of truss from bridge deck

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478159

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Black River Footbridge

Truss detail

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478160

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Black River Footbridge

Truss detail

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478161

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Black River Footbridge

Top chord connection at western end post

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

478162

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Black River Footbridge

Portal view on bridge facing east

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

478163

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Black River Footbridge

Truss detail

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

478164

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Black River Footbridge

Truss detail

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478165

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Black River Footbridge

Truss detail

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478166

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Black River Footbridge

Top chord connection at eastern end post

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478167

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Black River Footbridge

View beside the bridge from northeast quadrant

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

478168

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Black River Footbridge

Oblique view from northeast quadrant

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478169

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Black River Footbridge

Elevation from northeast quadrant

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500569

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Photo taken by Chester Gehman in June 2017

500570

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Fellows Gear Shaper Bridge

The original bridge during flood (1927?)

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Maple Street Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.337462,-72.506204

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Carries Maple Street over Springfield Dam Spillway
Design: girder/deck/plate
Design Details: Deck plate girder
Total Length: 149.6 Feet
Span Length: 149.6 Feet

Overview: Deck plate girder bridge over Springfield Dam Spillway on Maple Street
History: Built 1960
Built: 1960

Location: Windsor County

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Maple Street Bridge

Elevation from the bottom of the gorge created by the dam

Photo taken by Nick Boppel in August 2020

480105

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Maple Street Bridge

Elevation from mid-elevation of the gorge

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480106

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Maple Street Bridge

Elevation from near the top of the gorge

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VT 103 Williams River Bridge

Status: Replaced by a new bridge

Location: 43.332103,-72.615037

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Carries VT 103 over Williams River and Rutland RR
Design: girder/deck/plate
Design Details: Deck plate girder
Total Length: 0.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Lost Deck plate girder bridge over Williams River and Rutland RR on VT 103
History: Built 1938
Built: 1938

Location: Windsor County

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VT 103 Williams River Bridge

looking north

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486470

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VT 103 Williams River Bridge

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Quechee Gorge Bridge (1875)

Status: Replaced by a new bridge in 1911

Location: 43.637468,-72.408786

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Carries Woodstock Railroad over Ottauquechee River
Design: truss/deck/howe
Design Details: Howe wood deck truss
Total Length: 280.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Lost Howe deck truss bridge over Ottauquechee River on Woodstock Railroad.
History: Built 1875
Built: 1875

Location: Windsor County

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Queechee Gorge Bridge (Old)

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499084

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Locomotive "Winooskie" tests Quechee Gulf Bridge, August, 1875.

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Bridge Street Bridge

Status: Replaced by a new bridge

Location: 43.650264,-72.318400

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Carries Bridge Street over White River
Design: truss/through
Design Details: Through truss
Total Length: 0.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Lost Through truss bridge over White River on Bridge Street in White River Junction.
History:
Built: 1915

Location: Windsor County

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Bridge Street Bridge

looking east in 1915

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Bridge Street Bridge

1916 view

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Hartford Bridge (Old)

Status: Replaced by a new bridge

Location: 43.659695,-72.340291

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Carries VA Cutoff Road over White River
Design: truss/through
Design Details: Through truss
Total Length: 0.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Lost Through truss bridge over White River on VA Cutoff Road in Hartford.
History:
Built:

Location: Windsor County

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Hartford Bridge (Old)

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Church Street Bridge

Status: Replaced by a new bridge

Location: 43.832349,-72.634703

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Carries Church Street over White River
Design: truss/through
Design Details: Through truss
Total Length: 0.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Lost Through truss bridge over White River on Church Street in Bethel.
History:
Built:

Location: Windsor County

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Church Street Bridge

1909 view

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Main Street Bridge

Status: Replaced by a new bridge

Location: 43.396239,-72.696573

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Carries Main Street over Black River
Design: beam/stringer/steel
Design Details: Steel stringer
Total Length: 0.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Lost Steel stringer bridge over Black River on Main Street in Ludlow.
History:
Built:

Location: Windsor County

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Fire Station Bridge

1930s view

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Rochester Covered Bridge

Status: Replaced by a new bridge

Location: 43.877315,-72.808618

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Carries River Brook Drive over White River
Design: truss/through/lattice/town
Design Details: Town lattice through truss
Total Length: 0.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Lost Town lattice truss bridge over White River on River Brook Drive
History:
Built:

Location: Windsor County

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Rochester Covered Bridge

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Depot Street Bridge

Status: Replaced by a new bridge

Location: 43.396652,-72.701060

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Carries Depot Street over Black River
Design: truss/through
Design Details: Through truss
Total Length: 0.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Lost Through truss bridge over Black River on Depot Street
History:
Built:

Location: Windsor County

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Depot Street Bridge

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506053

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Depot Street Bridge

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506055

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Depot Street Bridge

view c1907

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Park Street Bridge (Old)

Status: Replaced by a new bridge

Location: 43.298689,-72.482526

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Carries Park Street over Black River
Design: truss/pony
Design Details: Pony truss
Total Length: 0.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Lost Pony truss bridge over Black River on Park Street
History:
Built:

Location: Windsor County

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Park Street Bridge (Old)

looking north

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506057

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Park Street Bridge (Old)

view c1907

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NECR - White River Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 43.831596,-72.634249

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Carries New England Central RR over White River
Design: truss/deck
Design Details: Deck truss
Total Length: 0.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Deck truss bridge over White River on New England Central RR
History:
Built:

Location: Windsor County

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CV- White River Bridge

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Chelsea Street Bridge

Status: Replaced by a new bridge

Location: 43.822873,-72.519246

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Carries Chelsea Street over White River
Design: truss/through/pennsylvania
Design Details: Pennsylvania through truss
Total Length: 0.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over White River on Chelsea Street
History:
Built:

Location: Windsor County

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Chelsea Street Bridge

looking north

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Main Street Bridge (Old)

Status: Replaced by a new bridge

Location: 43.396298,-72.696667

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Carries Main Street over Black River
Design: truss/pony/parker
Design Details: Parker pony truss
Total Length: 0.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Lost Parker pony truss bridge over Black River on Main Street
History:
Built:

Location: Windsor County

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Main Street Bridge (Old)

view c1921

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Special Bridge Conditions Legend: R - Former location of relocated bridge. ! - At risk for demolition or destruction. X - Confirmed demolished or collapsed. S  - Dismantled and/or in storage. L -  Severe loss of historic integrity due to alteration.

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