Creamery Covered Bridge

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The Creamery Covered Bridge in Brattleboro, Vermont was constructed in 1879 and is a historic icon embodying the state's architectural heritage and rural history. This single-span wooden bridge, following the Town lattice truss design, spans the Whetstone Brook and once facilitated transportation for pedestrians, carriages, and vehicles. Its name is linked to a nearby creamery, underlining its role in community connectivity and commerce. Despite renovations, the bridge's enduring popularity highlights its cultural significance as a symbol of Vermont's charm and past, reminding us of the importance of preserving such heritage for future generations. (Submitted by Shirley Beauchemin Thurston)

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