The Covered Bridges of New Brunswick
 

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                                                    The Hartland Covered Bridge
 

The Hartland Covered Bridge from the town side of the river.
It  sure is a long bridge. It's the longest in the World at 1282 Ft.
For you metric folks that's 390.75 Meters and NO I didn't stretch the
image and YES you need to put your car headlights on when you cross it.

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Madawaska County
 

Baker Brook No. 2
Green River No. 3
Quisibis River No. 2


 
Victoria County
Northumberland County
 


 
 
Odellach River No. 2
Mill Brook No. 1
 
 
This Bridge is the oldest
covered bridge in New Brunswick
 
     

Carleton County


Becaguimec River No. 3
Florenceville
Hartland
This bridge was lost to fire on
Aug. 13, 2011
Monquart River No.3
North Becaguimec River No.1
North Becaguimec River No.4
This bridge was lost to fire on
May 3 2001
This bridge was lost to fire on
Oct 10 2009

 
 

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