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As part of our journey across Canada, my sister and I visited the World's Longest Covered Bridge. We walked across this National Historic Site and Provincial Heritage Place. Spanning the St. John River, the Bridge is 1282 meters long, joining Hartland to Summerville, New Brunswick....More
We were lucky to get to the bridge on NB day, where the whole bridge was converted into a gift shop. Local artists and residents were selling lots of different things. An amazing thing to know this bridge has been operational for 100 years, especially...More
O.K. my wife returned to Canada to visit relatives. Of course, we had to cross the longest covered bridge. It was getting prepped for New Brunswick Day and we were sorry we had to continue on our way. A great engineering feat and truly novel...More
Very near the main highway. It is a one lane bridge only so there is a stop sign and you need to look for headlights before you enter the bridge. On the Hartland side of the bridge there is an information center where you can...More
New Brunswick is known for up to 60 covered bridges. Some are in daily service on secondary roads and some are just preserved as interesting artifacts from the past. We visited quite a few and tis ne was really interesting. Perhaps because it is the...More
We were very happy that we decided to venture a short way off of the highway to experience this bridge! This was once a toll bridge with a toll of $0.03 per person! It was impressive to see this actively used bridge and travel through...More
This is advertised as the longest covered bridge in the world and you can drive or walk across. It is only one lane and cars stop and the driver looks to see if the coast is clear and then floors it to get across. It...More
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We saw the sign along the Trans Canada Hwy of the covered bridge and exited the hwy., then followed the signs., well signed... Near Woodstock New Brunswick. think the village its in may be called Heartland.