The rebuilding of the Point Wolf Covered Bridge

In 1990 the Point Wolf Covered bridge was destroyed by a construction accident.
The bridge was replaced with a new one which was built by Callaghan Contracting of
Moncton NB for a cost of $545,602.
The bridge was constructed in Callaghan's yard and then dismantled and shipped
out for pressure treating. It was then assembled in Fundy National Park.
The project was complete in 1992 which makes it by far the newest covered bridge
in New Brunswick.
These pictures were taken during the final assembly in Callaghan's yard.


Return to The Covered Bridges

Visit Lonnie Hedgepeth 
of Rocky Mount, North Carolina site.
He has used the plans provided 
on my web page and 
is building a Covered Bridge
for his live steam train.
Many new pictures have been added  included pictures
of his Live Steam Engine
View the Trusses used in
The Covered Bridges of 
New Brunswick
Plans for a Covered Bridge
Plans for a Covered Bridge
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