Length: 3 spans for total of 276'-0"
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The Scott bridge is a three span structure in the town of Townshend. One span is town lattice truss with an arch, the next two spans are kingposts trusses with steel rods added for strength. The total length is 276 feet. Built by Harrison Chamberlin in 1870. This bridge carries Back Side Road over the West River.
Bridge is closed to traffic, many great photographing angles.
Parking available in pulloffs near the bridge.
Town Lattice Trusss
Take VT30 est 1.6 miles from juncction with VT35 in Townshend to the bridge on the south side of the road. The bridge is located between Townshend and West Dummerston in town of Townshend in Windham County.