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National Register - Cold River Bridge

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National Register - Cold River Bridge
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Town of Clarendon Archives
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Misc Items
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Archives found in Town Vault
Town Archives
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In 1990 application was submitted for the Cold River Bridge on Rt 7B North in North Clarendon Village to be placed on the National Historic Register.  It was one of eight bridges in Vermont approved in January 1992.  This bridge was built in 1928 following the 1927 flood that destroyed the covered bridge that had been there.  In April 1991 this bridge was closed to traffic and then finally removed in 1994.  It was not replaced. 

The cover photo taken by Historical Resources Consultants in June 1985 was part of the application package.  The photos below were taken in March 1991 and were also part of the package.  The parts of the application package specific to this bridge can be found here and here

An additional 58 page document Metal Truss, Masonry, and Concrete Bridges in Vermont can be seen at the link above.  This was part of the application package.  It provides the history of bridges in Vermont as background data in support of this batch of bridges for which National Historic Register status was sought.

See also in this collection the Cold River Bridge, Rt 7B North entry for more info. 

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