Covered Bridge Plans

These are a set of plans that were used in the 1920's to build our
     Covered Bridges. This set is for a 60 ft. bridge.
     There were standard plans supplied to the contractors for
various lengths of bridges.
     This enabled the Department of Public Works to maintain a
standard for all the bridges built at that time.
     These plans were given to me by Ron Joyce of
     The New Brunswick Department. of Transportation.



 
 



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Visit Lonnie Hedgepeth's
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

Julie and her father Gary built a model bridge using the plans on this site for a school project.
View the Trusses used in
The Covered Bridges of 
New Brunswick
View the rebuilding of the 
Point Wolf Covered Bridge.
This bridge was destroyed in a construction accident and a new bridge was built in the same location
 
Jerry Barnes' Garden Railway, 
The SCRR
Jerry is building a covered bridge for his railway using these plans
If there are any questions or comments please click here 
to E Mail me 

 
 
 
If you find that the above plans are not in a high enough resolution
click on the link below for a set that are much higher.
Covered Bridge Very High Resolution in a zip file

 
 

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