It's a covered bridge...built a long time ago...and still standing..among present day homes. Those complaining about it or the fact that it's in a neighborhood must have not been told this before going. My two kids had just finished doing huge fascinating things right before I took them here...so...you know...they were not impressed. My husband, not impressed. My mother and I, who both LOVE history, LOVED this sweet bridge! It's amazing. It reminds me of the bridges up in Pennsylvania.
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