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Wish You Were Here Postcards – Sawmill Creek Bridge, New Brunswick

15/10/2014 | By

Sawmill Creek Bridge is one of the covered bridges of New Brunswick in Canada. The fact that there were any covered bridges in Canada was news to me and I was quite thrilled to see it. Covered bridges are a bit of a novelty to Australians. Sawmill Creek bridge was built in 1905 and was destined to be demolished when the road was diverted. It  is one of a handful of covered bridges which have been preserved in an effort to save historic structures.

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  1. Hotly Spiced
    16/10/2014

    I thought covered bridges only existed in Iowa. I never knew about them until I watched, ‘The Bridges of Madison County’ xx

  2. Amanda McInerney
    16/10/2014

    Me too, Charlie. I had no idea there were any in Canada.

  3. Anna @ shenANNAgans
    16/10/2014

    Oh I adore these covered bridges in the US and Canada. They are awesome. My only question is….. Why do you have to walk your horse through to avoid a fine, but you can drive through no problem. Weird! Haha. 🙂