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The bridge itself is probably just an excuse to take a walk across and then take the trail (old railway) to the center of Wakefield. From there you can walk on one of the trails that will take you to the top of the mountain...More
Nice walk out of town to the bridge. It has some information board and a good audio exhibition of the history. There is also a historic building on the other side of the river with a little museum and has the option for kids to...More
This bridge has seen more than enough fires. Originally built to take on horse and buggy traffic is now restricted to foot traffic. It was re-built several times due to fires. If you are lucky you may see a young teen jump off the bridge...More
This charming bridge was built on the site from 1915; it was destroyed by fire. Through fundraising events from locals the bridge was rebuilt and opened again in 1998. It was so well built, the scenery around is spectacular. Explore this hidden country charm!
Its like any covered bridge but this pedestrian and cyclist only bridge is a symbol of the type of people living here . There is a history to the bridge which includes burning down and then being rebuilt by the local people through donations and...More
I saw the bridge in the distance from town and had to see it. So glad I spotted it as it beautiful here! Great history too which you learn as you cross it. If you want to take a dip in the lake there’s a...More
When in Wakefield, this is something to see.
Would you need to stop for it? No, but if you are in the area, it is a very photogenic stop where you can stretch your legs and walk through a beautiful covered bridge.