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Bartonsville Bridge
VT-13-11
Bartonsville, VT -Windham County
Photo of Bartonsville Bridge
Photo of Bartonsville Bridge

Photo of Bartonsville Bridge Portal
Photo of Bartonsville Bridge Portal

Bridge Statistics
Region:  Southern
County:  Windham
Town:  Rockingham
Locality:  Bartonsville
Position - Lat: 
Lon: 
N 43 13.436
W 72 32.147
Owner:  Town
Bridge Carries:  Bartonsville Road
Bridge Crosses:  Williams River
Bridge Traffic:  Vehicular
Truss Type:  Town Lattice Truss
Town Lattice Truss Sketch
Year Built:  1870
Builder:  Sanford Grangers
Structure Characteristics:  Length:  159'-6"
Width: 14'-9"
Lanes: 1
Posted Load: 3 Tons
Posted Vertical Clearance: Unknown
World Guide No.: 45-13-11
National Register of Historic Places Date:
Unknown

Description
The Bartonsville Covered Bridge is a very impressive 158 foot long town lattice. This bridge is one of the longest in Vermont. It carries Pleasant Valley Road over the Williams River. This bridge was built in 1871 by the Sanford Granger.

Photography
Nice photographs from stream. Portal shots easy but be careful of traffic.

Parking
Parking on west side of the railroad.

Truss

No Truss photo available

Town Lattice Truss

Location Map

Location map for Bartonsville Bridge


Location
On Lower Bartonsville Road at the south edge of Bartonsville. The bridge is in Bartonsville, in the town of Rockingham in Windham County.


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