Last of it's kind in Ontario.

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  1. Ron Evers

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    I love covered bridges, nice one.
     
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    Very nice Ron!
     
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    Hi Ron, on which road is this bridge ? 86 ?
    Your pictures make me want to travel there. LOL. To see not only this bridge, but what else is there worth a look.
     
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    It is over the Grand Riv. @ West Montrose near Elmira, north of Waterloo. Also you might find St. Jacobs & Elora worth visiting in the same area.
     
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    Thank you !
     
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    Why did they cover the bridges ?
     
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    Awesome. That would be a nice setting in golden hour lighting!
     
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    Read the plaque, it is explained there.
     
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    This is right in my backyard practically! Really neat place to visit. I constantly see young couples coming to check it out. It might as well be a requirement for "getting lucky" for the young fellers in the area.
     
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    Oldest covered bridge but not the only covered bridge. We have one in Guelph....built without a single bolt or screw....entirely wood. It's a walking bridge though.
     
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    The proof, is of course a picture.

    We just passed through Guelph this morning.
     

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