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Remembering The Covered Bridges


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Remembering the covered bridges


Published: Sunday, September 3, 2006

By John Curran

The Associated Press


NORWICH -- They are icons of the horse-and-buggy past, simple structures that helped a young nation expand its road system.


Two hundred years after they began dotting the countryside, the country's covered bridges have one plank in the past and one in the present. Beloved as picturesque throwbacks, many remain vital transportation links in rural communities from Vermont to Oregon.


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