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a bridge whose passageway is protected by a roof and enclosing sides

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Driving through the bridge, which spans the river near Vida at the Leaburg Dam, I didn't know it was constructed in 1938 and restored in 1987; or that this bridge may be the most photographed covered bridge in a state of many covered bridges, thanks to eye-catching architectural details such as louvered windows - 10 on each side, if you're counting.
Contract Awarded for rehabilitating the historic covered bridge in Rock
However, the covered bridges of the past were not designed to carry today's traffic loadings.
David Wright, president of the National Society for the Preservation of Covered Bridges, said Tuesday a team from his group had made an inspection tour of the Sanborn covered bridge on Sunday and agreed that it needed to be shored up soon to keep it from falling into the river.
Our covered bridges are a huge draw," she says of the six bridges built by the famed Kennedy family of bridge builders, who called Rush County home.
Parke County, Indiana, is known for having more covered bridges than any other county in the United States.
Awards categories include Vehicular Spans Under 40 Feet, Vehicular Spans Over 40 Feet, Rehabilitation of Existing Bridges, Pedestrian/Light Vehicular Bridges, and Covered Bridges.
Madison County has just five covered bridges remaining, all on the National Register of Historic Places.
From small covered bridges to large-scale, modern, cable-stayed bridges, this book spans the engineering evolution of these structures.
It looks like a carwash met one of the covered bridges of Madison County.
Who will prove to be Kincaid and who will be burning their covered bridges behind them?
May 8, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The State Library of Pennsylvania will unveil an exhibit this week to showcase the Commonwealth's picturesque and historically important covered bridges.
Two of Lane County's historic covered bridges near Lowell will receive some tender loving care starting next week.
Nearly 150 feet across, it is one of only three wooden covered bridges that remain in the state.
And southeast Indiana responds with an abundant array of outdoor attractions, including downhill skiing, covered bridges, two state parks and numerous town and county parks.