I thought I would go out last weekend and check on the foliage. It’s still a little early but, it’s starting.
I took a quick trip to Waitsfield Vermont this week to checkout the early fall foliage.
The Creamery Covered Bridge is a historic covered bridge in West Brattleboro, Vermont. Now closed to traffic, the Town lattice truss bridge formerly carried Guilford Road across Whetstone Brook, just south of Vermont Route 9. Built in 1879, it is Brattleboro’s last surviving 19th-century covered bridge.
The Comstock Covered Bridge is a wooden covered bridge that crosses the Trout River in Montgomery, Vermont on Comstock Bridge Road. Built in 1883, it is one of several area bridges built by Sheldon & Savannah Jewett. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974.
Cresson Covered Bridge (Aka Sawyer’s Crossing Covered Bridge) is located on Sawyer’s Crossing Road and crosses the Ashuelot River in Swanzey NH.
Cresson Covered Bridge was built in 1859. It is said that the bridge was built to replace a bridge at this site that was built in 1771.
Cresson Covered Bridge is listed in the World Guide of Covered Bridges (WGCB), number 29-03-05, and is New Hampshire covered bridge #6.
Cresson Covered Bridge is also known as Sawyers Covered Bridge.
Ashuelot Covered Bridge is located on Gunn Mountain Rd in Winchester, New Hampshire. The covered bridge was completed in 1864.
Ashuelot covered bridge is listed in the World Guide of Covered Bridges (WGCB), number 29-03-02 and is covered bridge # 1 in New Hampshire.
I thought I would go shoot sunset pictures. Common sense told me to stay away because of the Black Flies. I ignored common sense. Guess what?
Wright’s Covered Bridge is located on the old Concord-Claremont Railroad Line, now abandoned. The railroad line was also known as the Sugar River Line Railroad which has been converted into the Sugar River Trail in Newport NH.
Wright’s Covered Bridge was built in 1906 and is listed in the World Guide of Covered Bridges (WGCB), number 29-10-04, and is New Hampshire covered bridge #58.