covered bridge


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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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At 330 feet, the one-lane covered bridge isthe longest west of the Mississippi.
Visitors enticed by Covered Bridges, family-friendly bike path, and murals.
A team from the National Society for the Preservation of Covered Bridges is due in Lyndonville on Sunday to evaluate the condition of the bridge and develop recommendations on whether and how it can be preserved.
Last year, a new covered bridge replaced an open span, which in turn had replaced the original covered bridge.
I then introduced the charcoal--the remains of a covered bridge.
It once had more than 600 bridges, a legacy honored by the Covered Bridge Museum in Bennington.
The school was open for many guests to admire while waiting for the bride and groom to have their wedding pictures taken, some in front of the schoolhouse, others near the covered bridge.
She established the National Historic Covered Bridge Preservation Program and continues to manage the R&D component of the program.
I suggested there should be entrances on Hales St and Bishop St and a covered bridge linking it with Canal Basin.
It could be the dual starting lines separated by 50 to 60 meters, the double-loop course including a run through a Christmas tree farm and across a covered bridge, or the delicious barbeque meal afterward.
Alice had a love for reading about covered bridges and visited many of them in New England and other parts of the United States; she was a member of the Covered Bridge Club.
Claire Lucas, a planning officer at Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council who is dealing with the application, said: "The mall area will be open in its entirety, but will have access by a covered bridge.