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Harold Austin's Place, Washington County

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Inventory Number: VT/45-12-62x
County: Washington County
Township: Moretown
Bridge Name: Harold Austin's Place
Crosses: Mad River
Truss type:
Roadway Width:
When Lost: Nov 1927
Cause: Flood
Latitude: N44 16.61
Longitude: W072 44.57
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Directions: Road to Harold Austin's place in the northern part of Moretown.
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Richard Sanders Allen's notes in the NSPCB archives described the locations of the Moretown covered bridges lost during the 1927 flood - "Below Moretown village the covered bridge to the Miner Fielder place departed, also the Ashley bridge half a mile below the village and the covered structure at Harold Austin's further down."
NSPCB Archives, Richard Sanders Allen Collection, Paper Files, Vermont Lists & Maps, Folder 1

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