Sentinel Pine Bridge-The Sentinel Pine Bridge spans a dramatic gorge along the loop trail at the Flime in Franconia Notch, Lincoln, NH. The bridge was built in 1939 and was named after a great pine at the site that was blown over in the 1938 hurricane. The Sentinel Pine along with other blow downs were key components of the structure.
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Cox Ford Bridge, a burr arch bridge, Parke County, Indiana as seen through a dew laden cobweb. Each autumn Park County has a Covered Bridge Festival and tours of its several remaining bridges are offered as well as eyes full of beautiful fall foliage.