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County
Town
Bridge Name
Notes
Addison
Cornwall
Station or Salisbury Station
 
Addison
Ferrisburg
Spade Farm 
 
Addison
Middlebury
Pulpmill
 
Addison
Middlebury
Halpin
 
Addison
Shoreham
Rutland Railroad
 
Bennington
Bennington
Paper Mill
rebuilt
Bennington
Bennington
Silk or Locust Grove
 
Bennington
Bennington
Henry
 
Bennington
Sunderland
Chiselville
 
Bennington
Arlington
Bridge at the Green
 
Caledonia
Arlington
Green Bank Hollow
 
Caledonia
Lyndon
Schoolhouse
 
Caledonia
Lyndon
Miller's Run or Bradley
 
Caledonia
Lyndon
Chamberlin or Whitcomb
 
Caledonia
Lyndon
Sanborn or Center
 
Caledonia
Lyndon
Randall or Burrington
 
Chittenden
Charlotte
Holmes Creek or Lakeshore
 
Chittenden
Charlotte
Lower or Quinlan
 
Chittenden
Charlotte
Upper
 
Chittenden
Shelburne
Museum
 
Chittenden
Westford
Brown's River
 
Franklin
Enosburg
Hopkins
 
Franklin
Fairfax
Lower or Maple Street
 
Franklin
Fairfield
East Fairfield
 
Franklin
Montgomery
Fuller or Blackfalls
 
Franklin
Montgomery
Comstock
 
Franklin
Montgomery
West Hill, Creamery or Crystal
 
Franklin
Montgomery
Springs
 
Franklin
Montgomery
Longley, Harnois or Head
 
Franklin
Montgomery
Hectorville
 
Franklin
Montgomery
Hutchins
 
Lamoille
Belvidere
Mill, Junction or Lower
 
Lamoille
Belvidere
Morgan or Upper
 
Lamoille
Cambridge
Gates Farm or Little
 
Lamoille
Cambridge
Poland or Junction
 
Lamoille
Cambridge
Grist Mill, Scott or Bryant
 
Lamoille
Johnson
Power House or School Street
 
Lamoille
Johnson
Scribner or Mudget
 
Lamoille
Morristown
Red or Sterling
 
Lamoille
Stowe
Emily's, Stowe Hollow or Gold Brook
 
Lamoille
Stowe
White Caps
 
Lamoille
Waterville
Village or Church Street
 
Lamoille
Waterville
Montgomery, Lower or Potter
 
Lamoille
Waterville
Jaynes, Upper or Codding Hollow
 
Lamoille
Wolcott
Fisher
 
Orange
Chelsea
Moxley or Guy
 
Orange
Randolph
Gifford or C.K. Smith
 
Orange
Randolph
Braley, Upper Blaisdell or Johnson
 
Orange
Randolph
Hyde or Kingsbury
 
Orange
Thetford
Sayers
 
Orange
Thetford
Union Village
 
Orange
Tunbridge
Howe
 
Orange
Tunbridge
Mill, Hayward or Noble
rebuilt
Orange
Tunbridge
Cilley or Lower
 
Orange
Tunbridge
Larkin
 
Orange
Tunbridge
Flint
 
Orleans
Irasburg
Lord's Creek
 
Orleans
Irasburg
Orne
rebuilt
Orleans
Troy
River Road, School or Upper
 
Rutland
Brandon
Depot
 
Rutland
Brandon
Sanderson or Lower
 
Rutland
Clarendon
Kingsley or Mill River
 
Rutland
Pittsfield
Giorgetti
privately owned
Rutland
Pittsford
Cooley
 
Rutland
Pittsford
Hammond
 
Rutland
Pittsford
Gorham or Goodnough
 
Rutland
Rutland Town
Twin Bridge
 
Rutland
Shrewsbury
Brown
 
Washington
Barre Town
Robbins Nest
 
Washington
Calais
Kents Corner
 
Washington
East Montpelier
Coburn or Cemetery
 
Washington
Fayston
Battleground
 
Washington
Marshfield
Orton Farm
 
Washington
Northfield
Chamberlin
 
Washington
Northfield
Moseley
 
Washington
Northfield
Slaughter House
 
Washington
Northfield
Second, Newell or Lower Cox
 
Washington
Northfield
Brook
 
Washington
Northfield
Station
 
Washington
Northfield
Third or Upper Cox Brook
 
Washington
Waitsfield
Pine Brook or Wilder
 
Washington
Waitsfield
Village or Big Eddy
 
Washington
Warren
Warren
 
Windham
Brattleboro
Creamery
 
Windham
Dummerston
West Dummerston
 
Windham
Grafton
Kidder Hill
 
Windham
Grafton
MacMillan
 
Windham
Guilford
Green River
 
Windham
Newfane
Williamsville
 
Windham
Rockingham
Hall, Barber Park or Osgood
 
Windham
Rockingham
Bartonsville
 
Windham
Rockingham
Victorian
 
Windham
Rockingham
Worralls
 
Windham
Townshend
Scott
 
Windham
Wilmington
Twin Silos
 
Windsor
West Windsor
Bests
 
Windsor
West Windsor
Bowers or Brownsville
 
Windsor
West Windsor
Twigg
 
Windsor
Hartford
Quechee
 
Windsor
Hartland
Martins Mill or Martinsville
 
Windsor
Hartland
Willard
 
Windsor
Pomfret
Smith
 
Windsor
Springfield
Baltimore
 
Windsor
Weathersfield
Downers
 
Windsor
Weathersfield
Titcomb
 
Windsor
Weathersfield
Salmond
 
Windsor
Woodstock
Middle
 
Windsor
Woodstock
Lincoln
 
Windsor
Woodstock
Taftsville
 

Connecticut River Covered Bridges

The Connecticut River is state line between Vermont and New Hampshire, on the Vermont side of the river.
Therefore, these bridges belong to New Hampshire, not Vermont.
They are listed by the Vermont town that they cross over to.

Vermont Town
Bridge Name
Lemington
Columbia
Lunenburg
Mount Orne
Windsor
Windsor-Cornish




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