covered bridge

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

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Cuomo today announced the reopening of the historic Beaverkill Covered Bridge on Campsite Road in the town of Rockland, Sullivan County.
Today there are approximately one hundred covered bridges in Vermont, most of which date from the 1800s.
The work is intended to show a new appreciation for the role that covered bridges played in the development of the Nation and in bridge engineering.
Covered bridges serve six main objectives: transportation, focal meeting points for social interaction, business opportunities, local landmarks with a mission to bring good, religious worship, and masterpieces of architectural beauty.
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.
board member James Tessier began looking at maps of covered bridges and then decided to check out one of them in Vermont.
Village greens and covered bridges abound/with red clover on the tree-lined streets/of each small town throughout the//Green Mountain State.
Studies from various US government agencies look at the condition of bridges by state, federal and state roles in highway bridges, roads and bridges damaged by disaster, strengthening historic covered bridges for modern use, and railroad bridges and tunnels.
The artist was inspired to create this painting by one of the many covered bridges so typical of the New England region of the United States.
DON'T LET THE HORSE and buggy, historic one-room schoolhouse or quaint covered bridges fool you.
Bottorf was well known throughout the community for slide-show lectures she gave about the region's covered bridges, but she was interested in all covered bridges and their preservation.
Richard Sanders Allen's Covered Bridges Of The Northeast (0486436624, $9.
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.