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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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But true to all 20 covered bridges in Lane County, Earnest Bridge, built in 1938, has its own story, including a stint as a prop in the 1964 film "Shenandoah.
A Mechanicsburg construction company has been put in charge of rehabilitating the historic covered bridge in Rock.
As a result, historic covered bridges now have to compete with other infrastructure priorities for preservation work, and any new R&D activities have to compete with other needs as well.
I then introduced the charcoal--the remains of a covered bridge.
The presenter is Joyce Soroka, a former state employee who has served in Pennsylvania and other states on the board of several groups aimed at preserving and studying the history of covered bridges.
Lane County has 20 covered bridges - more than any other county west of the Mississippi River.
HARDWICK - A covered bridge closed for more than eight years because it was unsafe reopened Thursday and motorists say it's a wonderful feeling driving on it.
Covered bridges dot the area--about two dozen remain in place throughout southeast Indiana--each reflecting a slower-paced time.
The new Historic Covered Bridge Preservation Program provides funds to states for preservation, rehabilitation, or restoration of historic covered bridges.
He drives his Chevy pickup to Iowa to take pictures of covered bridges for National Geographic.
See one of Missouri's oldest and most famous covered bridges near Laclede, Locust Creek Covered Bridge dates back to 1868.
Visitors enticed by Covered Bridges, family-friendly bike path, and murals.