Originally built in 1908 as a trolley bridge to cross the Deerfield River, this is a beautiful attempt at regeneration. I did read the plaque that explains who first converted it into a bridge of flowers but my memory cells are not at their full capacity!
We were there on a sunny day in October and the display was fantastic. I appreciate that the display will depend on the time of year you visit but even if all you get are the gnarled trees growing around the lamplight supports it is still nature at it's best.
Take the time to take photo's and walk it in both directions because you see something new that way.
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