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Each direction is a separate "enclosure", although it is really one bridge. Not much room to park, but you can pull off to one side. Interesting to see the mode of construction from inside - a waterfall visible thru the trees on the west end.
We've been in middlebury so many times and we're unaware of this unique bridge just outside the main thoroughfare
You don't come across that many wood bridges let alone two lane with a sidewalk
If you find yourself in Middlebury it's a must do
This is a two-lane bridge of three spans, and one of only six remaining in the United States. It had the additional distinction of being the oldest covered bridge in Vermont, but was restored in 1984.
There is really no parking area here but we...More