Covered bridges can talk by Lewis A. Harlow

Cover of: Covered bridges can talk | Lewis A. Harlow

Published by Wake-Brook House in Coral Gables, Fla.] .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Bridges,
  • Covered bridges

Book details

Classifications
LC ClassificationsTG23 .H3
The Physical Object
Pagination84 p. (chiefly illus.)
Number of Pages84
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26690774M
LC Control Number63019907

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Now, Historic American Covered Bridges presents a superb photographic record of historic covered bridges found in the United States and Canada. Compiled by Brian J. McKee, a leading authority on covered bridges, the book features a full color photography of each bridge, detailed truss diagrams, basic construction details, and information 5/5(8).

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The purpose of the covering is to protect the wooden structural members from the weather. Uncovered wooden bridges typically have a lifespan of only 20 years because of the effects of rain and sun, but a covered bridge could last or: Truss bridge, others.

This review is transcluded from Talk:Covered Bridges Today/ edit link for this section can be used to add comments to the review. Reviewer: Cwmhiraeth (talk contribs)11 December (UTC) I propose to take on this review and will be making a first reading in the next couple of days.

However, the ravages of time, storms, floods, neglect, and vandals have reduced the remaining historic, authentic covered bridges to fewer than two hundred.

While the majority of these bridges are in the states of Vermont and New Hampshire, wonderful examples of covered bridges can be found in all six of the New England states/5(6). Conrad Young met Morning Edition Host Rick Ganley in Warner at the Dalton, his favorite covered bridge, to talk about his book featuring the Granite State's covered bridges.

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This book is a coffee table book that showcases the Covered Bridges of Oregon. If you’re looking for a book on Oregon Covered Bridges this is the one. This book has eight by ten colored pictures of all the bridges, it provides a brief description and history of the bridges.

Another chapter covers such rarely seen bridge types as floating, transporter and lift bridges. The book is packed with well over a 1, photos including hundreds of construction views showing not often seen examples of timber centering, cable spinning and wire compacting.

If you can only afford one book on bridges, this is the one to own. Of course, the area is most known for its iconic red covered bridges. The oldest, Imes, was built in It is 81 feet long and was moved from its. In October the city will host its 51st Annual Madison County Covered Bridge Festival.

For updated information on the festival, places to stay and things to do visit Published at Thu, 30 Jan + Source: Cover to cover: Explore Iowa’s covered bridges — just like in the book and movie.

About Covered Bridges Brief History Nea authentic wooden covered bridges once existed in the United States. Today, less than are still standing. Time and technology took its toll on the bridges until recent years when Federal grants became available for states to restore and rebuild many of the historic bridges that were on the.

There are covered bridges listed in the World Guide [1] that are located in the United States. About of them (according to J. Conwill, major contributor to the edition) could be described as authentic, according to this manual's definition. Given the loss of covered bridges to arson, flood, and neglect, this number is decreasing.

Madison County is the Covered Bridge Capital of Iowa, with the largest group of covered bridges that exists in one area in the western half of the Mississippi Valley.

Stop by our Welcome Center at 73 Jefferson Street in Winterset for a map and brochure about visiting the Covered Bridges. Liz and I were finished covered bridging for this trip. We spent the day in Concord.

We visited the New Hampshire state museum and then a bookfair, where Liz purchased "Covered Bridges Can Talk" by Lewis A. Harlow.

This book has black and white pictures of covered bridges with humorous captions. Rugged individuals armed with hand tools, sweat, and ambition began building covered bridges in Oregon during the mids.

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Hooded Bridges or "Covered Bridges" were important when horse travel was common. Horses are very reluctant to cross an uncovered bridge. They often will refuse to cross such a bridge, fearing they.

America's Covered Bridges 12 month wall calendar featuring 13 of history's covered bridge builders with examples of their work. Each month includes a recent photo taken by one of our members plus an historic photo of the bridge. For more information, see Calendar. Listing covered wood truss bridges throughout the world.

Truss Types Last updated April 1, This page lists the various types of trusses listed in the World Guide to Covered Bridges. Covered Bridges and the Birth of American Engineering.

Figure The historic covered bridge era ended in the Pacific Northwest. Yet, as this map demonstrates, the vast majority of extant historic covered bridges can be found east of the Mississippi River. Map created by. Cedar Bridge Park, managed primarily as day-use historic site and picnic area, is home to one of the six remaining covered bridges in Madison County, with Cedar Bridge being the only covered bridge that you can still drive your vehicle Bridge Park is adorned with two quaint Victorian era gazebos, brick walkways and a courtyards bordered by a wildflower garden that are often used.

A walk through Books Covered Bridge as well as a walk down the Sherman's Creek and hear an Amish Buggy drive across the bridge.

What it sounded like. The Vermont Covered Bridge Society has a lending library available to all society members-in-good standing through media mail. Librarian Warren Tripp has created a detailed PDF book list complete with a description and critique of each book. A borrower can contact Warren Tripp who will send the book by Postal Service Media Mail.

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I had found five listed in various books and Web sites and wanted to find them for myself. Kentucky's Covered Bridges.

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The introduction to the book familiarizes readers with covered bridges by discussing their history, twelve different kinds of truss designs, and current preservation and restoration efforts. It’s an old tradition from the horse-and-buggy days, when a boy would stop halfway across a covered bridge where it was quiet to give his girl a kiss.

Old-timers used to call all covered bridges “kissing bridges” and somehow the name stuck to ours. We can assure you that there’s still plenty of kissing going on under the roof of our bridge.

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This covered bridge is closed to traffic, and you can see how much sagging is in the structure. This is one of the longest covered bridges in Washington County, measuring in at just 55 feet long. It utilizes the Queenpost construction design.

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