8 Vermont Covered Bridges In Washington County To Photograph This Fall

There are many covered bridges in Vermont’s Washington County. This blog post covers some of the best ones to photograph during the fall season. Check them out:

Coburn Covered Bridge (East Montpelier)

  • Town: East Montpelier, Vermont
  • Year Built: 1851
  • Length: 70 feet long
  • Style: Queenpost trusses
  • River: Winooski River
  • Directions: Here

Pine Brook Covered Bridge (Waitsfield)

  • Town: Waitsfield, Vermont
  • Year Built: 1872
  • Length: 48 feet long
  • Style: Kingpost truss
  • River: Pine Brook
  • Directions: Here

Northfield Falls Covered Bridge (Northfield Falls)

  • Town: Northfield Falls, Vermont
  • Year Built: 1872
  • Length: 138 feet long
  • Style: Town lattice truss
  • River: Dog River
  • Directions: Here

Upper Cox Brook Covered Bridge / Third Bridge (Northfield Falls)

  • Town: Northfield Falls, Vermont
  • Year Built: 1872
  • Length: 51 feet long
  • Style: Queenpost truss
  • River: Cox Brook
  • Directions: Here

Slaughterhouse Covered Bridge (Northfield)

  • Town: Northfield, Vermont
  • Year Built: 1872
  • Length: 55 feet long
  • Style: Queenpost truss
  • River: Dog River
  • Directions: Here

Stony Brook Covered Bridge (Northfield)

  • Town: Northfield, Vermont
  • Year Built: 1899 (reconstructed in 1971)
  • Length: 39 feet long
  • Style: Kingpost truss
  • River: Stony Brook
  • Directions: Here

Martin Covered Bridge (Plainfield)

  • Town: Plainfield, Vermont
  • Year Built: 1890
  • Length: 45 feet long
  • Style: Queenpost truss
  • River: Winooski River
  • Directions: Here

Warren Covered Bridge (Warren)

  • Town: Warren, Vermont
  • Year Built: 1880
  • Length: 59 feet long
  • Style: Queenpost truss
  • River: Mad River
  • Directions: Here

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