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December 16, 2010


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What a fantastic and informative post. I love that the builders paid such rich attention to detail.

Dominique King

Gypsy-I love covered bridges, and while I especially enjoy the vintage bridges, I'm surprised how many decent replicas we've got here in the region.
This one was pretty impressive, and I particularly liked the walkways on either side of the bridge so pedestrians could walk the bridge without worrying about vehicle traffic.

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