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North Sheldon, Franklin County

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Inventory Number: VT/45-06-49x
County: Franklin County
Township: Sheldon
Town/Village: North Sheldon
Bridge Name: North Sheldon
Crosses: Missisquoi River
Truss type: Burr
Spans: 1
Roadway Width:
Built: c1860s
When Lost: Nov 1927
Cause: Flood
Latitude: N44 54.44
Longitude: W072 54.28
See a map of the area
Topographic map of the area
Directions: At North Sheldon

North Sheldon Bridge, Sheldon, Franklin County, VT Flood Nov 1927
Richard Sanders Allen Collection, NSPCB Archives
Per The Burlington Free Press, September 13, 2017, "Other covered highway bridges included the North Sheldon covered bridge built in the 1860s spanned 180 feet over the Missisquoi at North Sheldon. It too succumbed to the Flood of 1927."
The Burlington Free Press, September 13, 2017.
NSPCB Archives, Richard Sanders Allen Collection, Paper Files, Vermont Lists & Maps, Folder 1

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