Franklin County

Black Creek Bridge   [Map]
Warren pony truss bridge over Black Creek on Bouchard Road in Sheldon
Open to traffic in summer. Open only to pedestrians / snowmobiles during the winter
Built 1903 by the American Bridge Co.
Boston Post Road Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Parker through truss bridge over Missisquoi River on C2002 in Enosburg
Open to traffic
Built 1929; rehabilitated 1996
CN - Mississqua Bay Bridge   [Map]
Deck girder bridge over Mississqua Bay on Canadian National
Open to traffic
Comstock Covered Bridge 45-06-04   [Map]
Covered bridge over Trout River on Comstock Bridge Rd (C3042) in Montgomery
Open to traffic
Built 1883; rehabilitated 2003
East Fairfield Covered 45-06-03   [Map]
Covered bridge over Black Creek on C3049 in Fairfield
renovated and reopened to traffic July 2010
Built 1865; rehabilitated 1967 renovated 2010
Fairfax Covered Bridge 45-06-02   [Map]
Covered bridge over Mill Brook on Maple St (C3035) in Fairfax
Open to traffic
Built 1865; rehabilitated 1990
Fuller Covered Bridge 45-06-05 #2   [Map]
Covered bridge over Black Falls Brook on Fuller Bridge Road (C2001) in Montgomery
Open to traffic
Built 1890; rehabilitated 2000
Highgate Falls Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Lenticular through truss bridge over Missisquoi River on Mill Hill Rd
Open to pedestrians
Built 1887
Hopkins Covered Bridge 45-06-01 #2   [Map · Street View]
Covered bridge over Trout River on C3017 in Enosburg
Open to traffic
Built 1875; rehabilitated 1998
Hutchins Covered Bridge 45-06-07 #2   [Map]
Covered bridge over South Branch Trout River on Hutchins Bridge Rd (C3027) in Montgomery
Open to traffic
Built 1883
Lamoille River Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Parker through truss bridge over Lamoille River on C3051 in Fairfax
Open to traffic
Built 1930; rehabilitated 1999
Longley Covered Bridge 45-06-08   [Map · Street View]
Covered bridge over Trout River on Longley Bridge Rd (C3004)
Intact but closed to all traffic
Built 1863
LVRC - Missisquoi River Covered Bridge   [Map]
Lost Covered bridge over Missisquoi River on former St. Johnsbury and Lamoille County Railroad
Destroyed by fire
Built 1898, destroyed by arson in 1987
LVRC - Sheldon Junction Bridge   [Map]
Abandoned warren through truss with all verticals bridge over Missisquoi River on Abandoned Lamoille Valley Railroad (Former StJ&LC Railroad)
Derelict/abandoned
Machia Road Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Pratt through truss bridge over Missisquoi River on C3006 in Highgate
Open to traffic
Built 1928
Main Street Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Pony truss bridge over Missisquoi River on TR 2/FAS 302 in Richford
Open to traffic
Built 1934
Missisquoi Bay Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Bascule bridge over Missisquoi Bay on VT 78 in Alburg
Demolished and replaced.
Built 1937; rehabilitated 1965
Missisquoi River Bridge   [Map]
Through truss bridge over Missisquoi River on C2003 in Sheldon
Open to traffic
Built 1928; rehabilitated 1980
Missisquoi River Bridge   [Map]
Through truss bridge over Missisquoi River on VT 105A ALT in Richford
Open to traffic
Built 1929; rehabilitated 1979
Missisquoi Valley Rail Trail - Berkshire Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Pratt through truss bridge over Missisquoi River on Missisquoi Valley Rail Trail
Open to pedestrians only
Built 1900; Abandoned 1992; Converted to rail-trail use in 1994
Missisquoi Valley Rail Trail - Sheldon Junction Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Pratt through truss bridge over Missisquoi River on Missisquoi Valley Rail Trail
Open to pedestrians only
Built 1900; One span destroyed 1984; Re-purposed for rail trail use in 1994
Shawville Road Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Parker through truss bridge over Missisquoi River on C2001 in Sheldon
Open to traffic
Built 1928
Tyler Branch Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Warren pony truss bridge over Tyler Branch on C3042 in Enosburg
Open to traffic
Built 1911
West Hill Covered Bridge 45-06-09   [Map]
Covered bridge over West Hill Brook on C4025 in Montgomery
reopened to traffic September 2009
Built 1883
West Milton Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Missisquoi River on Former St. J & LC railroad (recreation path)
Open to pedestrians only
Built 1902; dismantled & moved 2003; reconstructed as pedestrian bridge in 2009