Covered Bridges 2020

This feed is documenting all the Covered Bridges of New Brunswick. During the summer of 2020 I took several trips and photographed each one.


  • Hartley Steeves Covered Bridge

    Hartley Steeves Covered Bridge

    Hartley Steeves Covered Bridge – Built 1923

    Weldon Creek #3 Bridge, built in 1923, is 18.3 metres long.


  • Point Wolfe Covered Bridge

    Point Wolfe Covered Bridge

    Point Wolfe Covered Bridge – Built 1992

    Point Wolfe Covered Bridge, built in 1992, is 28.8 metres long.

    Hueston Brook from bridge.
    Interior view.

  • Centreville Covered Bridge

    Centreville Covered Bridge

    Centreville Covered Bridge – Built 1911

    Millstream River #5 Covered Bridge, built in 1911, is 28.9 metres long.

    Bridge Interior

  • Oldfields Covered Bridge

    Oldfields Covered Bridge

    Oldfields Covered Bridge – Built 1910

    Smith Creek #5 Covered Bridge, built in 1910, is 28 metres long. This is the bridge on the 1992 125th Canada quarter for New Brunswick.

    Bridge Interior
    View of Smith Creek.

  • Urney Covered Bridge

    Urney Covered Bridge

    Urney Covered Bridge – Built 1905

    Trout Creek #4 Covered Bridge, built in 1905, is 20.1 metres long.

    View from the bridge.
    Interior trusses.

  • Moores Mill Covered Bridge

    Moores Mill Covered Bridge

    Moores Mill Covered Bridge – Built 1923

    Trout Creek #5 Bridge, was built in 1923, and is 17.8 metres long.

    Interior
    View from bridge.

  • Bayswater Covered Bridge

    Bayswater Covered Bridge

    Bayswater Covered Bridge – Built 1920

    Mirkish Inlet #1 built in 1920 is 66.5 metres long.

    When I visited this bridge it was under renovations.

    Upstream view of the bridge.

  • Burpee Bridge

    Burpee Bridge

    Burpee Bridge – Built 1913

    Gaspereau River #2 Bridge, built in 1912 is 49.8 metres long.

    Interior

  • Nelson Hollow Covered Bridge

    Nelson Hollow Covered Bridge

    Nelson Hollow Bridge – Built 1900

    Mill Brook #0.5 Bridge, built in 1900, is 24.5 metres long. This bridge is the oldest in New Brunswick and is near a really cool end of an old larger bridge.

    Interior
    Mill Stream

  • Bamford Colpitts Covered Bridge

    Bamford Colpitts Covered Bridge

    Bamford Colpitts Covered Bridge – Built 1943

    Coverdale River #3 Bridge, is officially not in service but is used by a farmer to get to his cow pasture. It is difficult to find from the road without GPS as it looks like a driveway. Built-in 1943 the bridge is 30.5 metres long.

    Pasture from bridge
    Interior