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The Arthur A. Smith Covered Bridge is a historic covered bridge, carrying Lyonsville Road across the North River. Built in 1869, it is the only Burr truss bridge in the state, and is also one of a few surviving 19th century covered bridges in the state. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983. The bridge is 100 feet long, with an outside width of 17 feet and an inside width of 12 feet.

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ashley rivera

Nail lacquer enthusiast, leaf peeper, storm-watcher and obsessive picture-taker. Lover of backroads, covered bridges, lighthouses and landscapes. Will never turn down an invitation to catch sunrise or sunset.