The Silk Covered bridge is a 88 foot town lattice truss. It crosses the Waloomsac River in West Bennington Vermont. This bridge is a short distance from newly rebuilt Paper Mill Bridge and the Henry Bridge. This bridge carries Silk Road and was built in 1840.
Photographs from road easy, Photos from stream difficult when leaves are on trees.
Parking in pulloffs on north side of bridge.
Town Lattice Trusss
From US7 north 1.2 miles from junction with VT9 in Bennington, northwest on VT7A 0.8 miles, continue northwest on VT67A and west 1.0 miles, south on Silk Rd. (opposite Bennington College) 0.2 miles to the bridge. The bridge is located in North Bennington in Bennington County.