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  • Thanks for the clarification Was there a particular reason for covering the bridges?

    Ian
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    • Originally posted by Ian View Post
      Fascinating - is this the place famous for its bridges (Clint Eastwood movie a while back?).

      Ian
      I did wonder the same, as I have seen films with a very similar looking bridge. Like the HDR process.

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      • Originally posted by Ian View Post
        Thanks for the clarification Was there a particular reason for covering the bridges?

        Ian
        Most were built between 1825 and 1875. They were designed to keep snow off the bridges preventing decay and rot. There are exactly 100 covered bridges in our state of Vermont.
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