Tuesday, August 30, 2011

* Vermont, the Day After


Vermont officials have found several other covered bridges, among the 100 or so statewide, that have been seriously damaged, but the loss of the Bartonsville bridge, built in 1871, with a wooden lattice spanning 158 feet, was considered the greatest historical blow. (Another demolished bridge, in Quechee, was covered but built of concrete in the 1970s.)

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