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Inventory Number: VT/45-13-42x
County: Windham County
Township: Londonderry
Town/Village: South Londonderry
Bridge Name: Village
Crosses: West River
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Built: early 1800s
Builder:
When Lost: 1842
Cause: Flood
Latitude: N43 11.55
Longitude: W072 48.91
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South Londonderry, Windham County, VT Built early 1800s Lost 1842
Richard E. Roy Collection
Comments:
The 1842 flood carried away the bridge, mills, and all nearby buildings. The bridge was rebuilt. Per The Brattleboro Reformer, July 10, 1936, the nearly 100-year old bridge was slowly being dismantled and was only a wooden skeleton already.
Source:
Allen, Richard S. & Morse Victor. Windham County's Famous Covered Bridges, 1960, pages 16-17

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