The Creamery Road Covered Bridge, also known as the Creamery Brook Covered Bridge, is a beautiful covered bridge in Ashfield, Massachusetts. The bridge was built in 1985 by the property owner Dwight Scott. Scott owns a construction company in the area.
The bridge is 40 feet long and carries a private driveway over Creamery Brook. The design of the bridge is a Queenpost through truss. The bridge is not open to the public for walking or driving. It is best viewed from the road.
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Covered Bridge Specs
- Constructed: 1985
- Design/Style: Queenpost through truss
- Total length: 40 feet
- Carries: Private Rd
- Crosses: Creamery Brook
- Maintained by: Private
- Usage: Private (only usable by owners)
- World Guide Number: 21-06-11
- Address: Creamery Road
- Town: Ashfield
- State: Massachusetts
- GPS: Lat 42.51971 Lng -72.80063
- Parking notes: There is a small parking area located right off Creamery Road. Visitors are welcome to park on the property and check out the bridge. There are maple products for sale on the bridge which are produced by the owner of the bridge/property.
- Parking directions: HERE
- Location directions: HERE
Tom Riley (store manager) –
Creamery Covered Bridge – one of my favorite Massachusetts-covered bridges! Excellent to visit during the fall when the leaves are changing!