The Kymulga Covered Bridge is a pedestrian bridge spanning the Talladega Creek. The bridge was built in 1861. It is made of wood and corrugated sheet metal, and is 105 feet long.
Next door to the Kymulga Bridge is the Kymulga Mill which was built in 1861, three years after the bridge. It is now a working electric powered grist mill with an old country store.
Grist Mill Road
Near Childersburg, AL
The Swann Covered Bridge is one of three covered bridges I visited in Blount County, Alabama. The Swann, sometimes called the Joy Bridge, is 325 feet long making it the longest covered bridge in Alabama. It spans the Locust Fork of the Black Warrior River
Cleveland, AL 35079
The Horton Mill Bridge is a 220 foot long covered bridge which spans the Calvert Prong of the Little Warrior River in Oneonta, Alabama. Construction began in 1864 but it did not open until 1934.
Horton Mill Bridge
The Columbia Bridge, built in 1912, spans Connecticut River between Columbia, N.H. and Lemington, VT on US Route 3. It is 145’9″ long.
Colebrook Bridge Road
Colebrook, VT 03576
The Rockdale County Covered Bridge is also called the Haralson Mill Covered Wooden Bridge. The 150 foot long bridge was built in 1997.
4400 Haralson Mill Road
Conyers, GA 30013
The Groveton bridge was built over the Ammonoosue River in 1852 by Captain Charles Richardson and his son. To me it look like a place for a wedding.
Northumberland, New Hampshire
The Fisher Railroad bridge is located in Wolcott, Vermont. It was built in 1908 and carried the St. Johnsbury & Lamoille County Railroad over the Lamoille River while it was in use. It is one of two Railroad bridges in Vermont.
It was raining so hard when I shot this picture that you can see the raindrops if you look closely.
Wolcott County, VT
The Stark Covered Bridge spans the Upper Ammonoosuc River and dates back to 1857 or 1862. It is one of my favorite bridges in New Hampshire.
The day my brother I chose to shoot the covered bridges of New Hampshire, it rained all day. Not to be deterred, we decided to shoot anyway. It was that day I learned that some of the best pictures are taken in the worst of times. All the rain provided a wet pavement that reflected the Stark Union Church which was built in 1853.
North Road of Stark Village
New Hampshire 110
The 270 foot long Clarkson-Legg Covered Bridge is a lattice work bridge built in 1904. It crosses Crooked Creek in Cullman County, Al.
1240 County Road 1043
Cullman County, AL
The warm copper tones of Fall color the path through the park associated with the Rockdale County Covered Bridge.
Rockdale County Covered Bridge Park
Haralson Mill Road NE