Historic Covered Bridge

Originally built in 1840 across the East Fork of the Whitewater River, the New Brownsville Covered Bridge is one of several historic covered bridges in Indiana still standing. The long truss structure was eventually relocated to Mill Race Park where it can now be walked across and admired.


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16 responses to “Historic Covered Bridge”

  1. Bay Photos By Donna Avatar
    Bay Photos By Donna

    Beautiful bridge, love that it has been maintained for so long and was able to be moved for many more years of enjoyment.

    1. It is amazing that it has withstood the test of time. 😊

  2. A great photo to bridge the old year with the new.
    Best wishes for good health, happiness, and peace.
    Tanja

    1. Thanks, Tanja. Wishing the same for you. 😊

  3. Beautiful! I wish you a Happy New Year !

    1. Thank you very much and a happy new year to you. See you right here next year. πŸ˜‰

  4. Beautiful to have one drawn into such a lovely covered bridge. Happy New Year!!!

    1. So glad you enjoyed the bridge and wishing you a happy new year as well. 😊

  5. What a great view of the inside of this great bridge. πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€

    1. Thanks. Time of day and lighting made all the difference. I was not so successful at other covered bridges that we visited. πŸ˜‰

  6. Love the shot. I’m such a fan of covered bridges.

    1. I am too a fan! Hoping to go back to southern Indiana in 2023 and spend a bit more time in search of covered bridges. 😊

    1. Yes, it is such a fun adventure to see several of Indiana’s covered bridges. 😊

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