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covered bridge

A roofed bridge, typically constructed of heavy timbers and trusses, enclosed or partially enclosed on its sides; especially found in regions having heavy snowfall.
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The Beaverkill Covered Bridge is a unique connection that carries travelers across the creek, allowing visitors to enjoy fishing, camping and other outdoor activities along the stream," Governor Cuomo said.
But not all of these sites or Backroad Discovery tours revolve around military history in this part of the state with streets named Benedict Crossing, Tory Lane, and Covered Bridge Road.
I find mountain scenery and covered bridges most appealing and beautiful when covered by snow.
This is one of southern Vermont's most easily accessible covered bridges, making it very popular with tourists but not road vehicles, because both entrances are blocked.
Our covered bridges are a huge draw," she says of the six bridges built by the famed Kennedy family of bridge builders, who called Rush County home.
Looking back on their childhoods, Barrie Bottorf and Watson recall many family vacations with courses determined by covered bridges along the way.
I then introduced the charcoal--the remains of a covered bridge.
From small covered bridges to large-scale, modern, cable-stayed bridges, this book spans the engineering evolution of these structures.
It looks like a carwash met one of the covered bridges of Madison County.
Who will prove to be Kincaid and who will be burning their covered bridges behind them?
In the past when I've seen some of Lane County's covered bridges, I was on the way to somewhere else.
Built in 1870, it is only one of two covered bridges still standing in Schuylkill County.