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Harmonyville, Windham County

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Inventory Number: VT/45-13-61x
County: Windham County
Township: Townshend
Town/Village: Harmoneyville
Bridge Name: Harmonyville
Crosses: Mill Brook
Truss type:
Spans: 1
Roadway Width:
When Lost: 29 Oct 1869
Cause: Flood
Latitude: N43 02.24
Longitude: W072 39.81
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Topographic map of the area
Directions: South of Townshend village.

Harmoneyville Bridge, Townshend, Windham County, VT
Richard E. Roy Collection

Harmoneyville Bridge, Townshend, Windham County, VT
Louis B. Puffer Collection

Harmonyville Bridge, Townshend, Windham County, VT
Todd Clark Collection

Per the Vermont Phoenix (Brattleboro), November 1, 1912, in recalling the freshet of October 29,1869 in the Townshend area, the article describes that the Harmonyville covered bridge was destroyed in that event and the Scott bridge was "swept away." The Harmonyville bridge was apparently rebuilt, since an article identifies it in use in 1925. Per the Vermont Phoenix (Brattleboro), June 12, 1925, an accident occurred in the covered bridge in Harmonyville.
Vermont Phoenix (Brattleboro), November 1, 1912.
Allen, Richard S. & Morse Victor. Windham County's Famous Covered Bridges, 1960, page 33

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