20 Nostalgic Pictures of Covered Bridges

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Just like stone bridges, covered wooden bridges hint at a slower paced world that has long been forgotten. Unlike stone bridges however, which seem permanent no matter how old they are, wooden bridges won’t last forever. Instead, they seem rather fragile and precious–so enjoy them while you can.

Wooden Covered Bridge 1

Wooden Covered Bridge 1 by Liz Thomas

Olmsted Falls Bridge covered

Olmsted Falls Bridge by Hans Reich

Mechanicsville Road Covered Bridge

Mechanicsville Road Covered Bridge by Corey Balazowich

McClellan Road Bridge covered

McClellan Road Bridge by Corey Balazowich

Covered Bridge over the Wissahickon - Philadelphia

Covered Bridge over the Wissahickon – Philadelphia by Charla Platt-Doble

Covered Bridge

Covered Bridge by Cheri Holland

Harpersfield Covered Bridge

Harpersfield Covered Bridge by Corey Balazowich

Knowlton Covered Bridge

Knowlton Covered Bridge by Mike

Harpersfield Covered Bridge

Harpersfield Covered Bridge by Corey Balazowich

Everett Covered Bridge

Everett Covered Bridge by Corey Balazowich

Cross This Bridge When You Get To It covered

Cross This Bridge When You Get To It by PhotoAtelier

Doyle Road Covered Bridge

Doyle Road Covered Bridge by Corey Balazowich

Benetka Road Covered Bridge

Benetka Road Covered Bridge by Corey Balazowich

Harpersfield Covered Bridge

Harpersfield Covered Bridge by Corey Balazowich

Passageway covered bridge

Passageway by Soaptree

Trusses of Benetka Road Covered Bridge

Trusses of Benetka Road Covered Bridge by Corey Balazowich

Sachs Bridge covered

Sachs Bridge by Soaptree

1904 Railway Covered Bridge

1904 Railway Covered Bridge by Dennis Jarvis

Everett Covered Bridge

Everett Covered Bridge by Corey Balazowich

Felton Covered Bridge

Felton Covered Bridge by Jonathan Assink

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  1. The Soul Explorer

    Cool!

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  2. Barb Winters

    Beautiful pictures of beautiful bridges. Sure brings back memories.

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  3. raman

    nice

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  4. M.B. Harati

    cool . very nice

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