Covered Bridges in the Country
Our readers share pictures of covered bridges in the scenic countryside.
Rupert Bridge is the longest standing covered bridge in Columbia County, Pennsylvania. It spans Fishing Creek and is still open to car traffic. Photo by Cindy Roach.
This Model A Ford takes a drive down memory lane as it passes under West Cornwall Covered Bridge in Connecticut. Photo by Arnold Hansen.
I took this scenic photo of a covered bridge on a warm January day. Of the many covered bridges in Ashtabula County, Ohio, this one has always been my favorite. Photo by David Christy.
Ceylon Covered Bridge was built in 1860, in Adams County, Indiana. I remember riding on the school bus as a kid and passing through the bridge. Photo by Jim Neuenschwander.
This covered bridge surrounded by fall foliage caught my eye when I visited Bethel, Maine, in late autumn. Photo by Rosemary Leigh.
Imes Covered Bridge gained fame in the film, “The Bridges of Madison County.” This landmark is the oldest remaining covered bridge in Madison County, Iowa. Photo by Harold Ogden.
This picturesque covered bridge is located in Marshfield, Vermont. Photo by Joe and Barb Hart.
This lovely covered bridge is located at Cataract Falls, a short distance from Cataract, Indiana. Photo by Marlene Jones.
Honey Run Bridge in Butte County, California, was built in 1894. It is the only three-level covered bridge in the United States. Photo by Wayne Steelman.