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September 16, 2010


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David W. Yost

My Name Is David And I love Covered Bridges
i've Been Photographing them For 8-9 years
learned how to locate them what the "numbers " mean and even how to find them by countys, would like to know where i can get a more indepth history online. thanks and keep shooting enjoyed yhe shots

Dominique King

David-Thanks for stopping by!
We traveled to Ashtabula with the specific goal in mind of shooting photos of all of the bridges.
I really struggled to get much info online about some of the bridges...there just isn't a lot out there in some cases. And, as I noted in my posts, there is some disagreement in some cases about some of the basic facts like bridge lengths or construction dates. Hope what I was able to find was helpful for you.
One of the last stories I did this month was one about one of the few covered bridges in Michigan.

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