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Built in 1934 Horton's Mill Alabama

Horton Bridge, one of the highest in the southeast, Hortons Mill, Alabama - Built in 1934

You'll Never Forget A Trip To The Most Enchanting Town In All Of Vermont

You'll Never Forget A Trip To The Most Enchanting Town In All Of Vermont

Historic 1852 Arlington Green Covered Bridge over Batten Kill in Arlington.

Covered bridge at Kymulga Grist Mill Park, Childersburg, #Alabama. Built by Confederate Army Captain Forney who died before completion, and his wife allowed the contractor to complete the mill.  (photo via https://www.flickr.com/photos/outsideshot/)

Beautiful shot of reflection. Kymulga Covered Bridge near Childersburg, Alabama

Sentinal Pine Bridge - White Mountains National Forest Print By Thomas Schoeller

Sentinal Pine Bridge - White Mountains National Forest Art Print by Expressive Landscapes Fine Art Photography by Thom

Covered Bridge Puzzle by White Mountain Puzzles. The Sentinel Pine Covered Bridge is located in New Hampshire's scenic Franconia Notch State Park. Thomas Schoeller Photography : Item: 985 : 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle: Finished size x

Moundville, AL.

Moundville Archaeological Park outside of Tuscaloosa, Alabama - Travel USA - Exploration America

Swann-Joy Bridge (1933) at 324 feet in length is the longest surviving covered bridge in Alabama. It spans Locust Fork on the Warrior River in Blount County and is frequently visited by tourists and picnickers. It was built on the Swann farm to provide access to the Joy community.

Swann-Joy Bridge at 324 feet in length is the longest surviving covered…

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