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Vermont's Covered Bridges

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Shelburne Museum Shelburne
(originally Cambridge Bridge)
George William Holmes, 1845

Burr Arch, 168', spanning Burr Pond, on Shelburne Museum grounds adjacent to Route 7. Moved from Waterville to the museum and restored by Bracket and Warren Hill in 1950-51. It served as the entrance to the musum until 1970.

One of only six two-lane bridges in the US, two of which are in Vermont (see Pulpmill), and the only one with a footpath.

Map of bridges in Chittenden County

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Shelburne Museum covered bridge, Shelburne, Vermont
(Photo ©Dave MacKenzie)

Shelburne Museum covered bridge, Shelburne, Vermont
(Photo ©Dave MacKenzie)


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