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LS15925_000
Building the Charles N. Vilas Bridge

Title:
Building the Charles N. Vilas Bridge
Town:
Rockingham
County:
Windham
State:
Vermont
Date:
1930 - 1931
Description:
This image shows the building of the Charles N. Vilas Bridge which connects Bellows Falls, VT with Walpole, NH across the Connecticut River. The arches are supported by wooden structures, and there is a pile of lumber beneath the further arch. There are lampposts and railing lining the length of the bridge. On the near side of the bridge, there are railroad tracks. On the far side are several buildings. Behind that is a steep wooded slope with some rock faces visible. This information comes from "Crossings, A History of Vermont Bridges" by Robert McCullough.
Filename:
LS15925_000.jpg
Size:
1612 x 1045 pixels; 1041996 bytes
Original Filename:
7.32.jpg
Keywords:
Bridges; Bridges,Arched; Building; Buildings; Chimneys; Commercial buildings; Culture; Deciduous; Earth Materials; Electric lines--Poles and towers; Forests and Plants; Geology; Hills; Human Activity; Human Constructs; Lampposts; Landforms; Living Things; Logging; Lumber; Mountains; Nature; Railroad tracks; Railroads; Rocks; Stone walls and Fences; Trees; Wooden fences; Work;
Source:
VAOT
Submitted By:
Sara Krumminga
Submitted On:
2008-07-17
Original Media:
Photograph
Scanning/Digitization/Creation Notes:
n/a
Image Scanned By:
n/a
Publisher:
Vermont Historical Society
Catalogue Information:
7.32
Relative Dating Rationale:
based on information from book
Times viewed:
1574
This image is found in 1 Associated Image collection
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