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Scott Covered Bridge 45-13-13

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Scott Covered Bridge

Photo taken by C Hanchey in October 2009

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BH Photo #147753

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Description 

Closed to all traffic, including pedestrians, in Feb. 2012. 2.2 million dollar rehabilitation scheduled for 2015-2016 Rehabilitated 2015-2016. Reinforcing arch removed as redundant. Now open to pedestrians.

Facts 

Overview
Covered Lattice through truss bridge over West River on Back Side Road
Location
Windham County, Vermont
History
Built 1870; Closed to traffic 1955; Rehabilitated 2016
Builders
- Harrison Chamberlin
- Renaud Bros. Inc. (2016 Rehabilitation)
Design
Town Lattice through truss with added arches; concrete pier added 1981. 2 covered kingspost approach spans
Dimensions
Length of largest span: 166.0 ft.
Total length: 277.0 ft.
Deck width: 16.0 ft.
Recognition
Posted to the National Register of Historic Places on August 28, 1973
Also called
Scott Bridge
Approximate latitude, longitude
+43.04870, -72.69600   (decimal degrees)
43°02'55" N, 72°41'46" W   (degrees°minutes'seconds")
Approximate UTM coordinates
18/687650/4768799 (zone/easting/northing)
Quadrangle map:
Townshend
Inventory numbers
NRHP 73000206 (National Register of Historic Places reference number)
WGCB 45-13-13 (World Guide to Covered Bridges number)
BH 43497 (Bridgehunter.com ID)

Update Log 

  • June 12, 2017: Updated by Chester Gehman: Updated status: pedestrian traffic only.
  • August 26, 2016: New photos from John Loxton
  • February 29, 2016: Updated by Michael Quiet: Added pictures. Noted that the bridge is currently undergoing a 2.2 million dollar rehabilitation
  • November 28, 2014: Updated by Alexander D. Mitchell IV: Updated status, corrected truss design; added pier addition
  • February 17, 2014: New photos from Jack Schmidt
  • July 29, 2010: New photos from Brian McKee
  • October 16, 2009: Added by C Hanchey

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Comments 

Scott Covered Bridge 45-13-13
Posted February 29, 2016, by Michael Quiet (MQuiet [at] Gmail [dot] com)

Info about the current rehabilitation project:

http://vtdigger.org/2015/10/29/historic-townshend-bridge-set...