Papermill Village Bridge, Bennington

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The Paper Mill Village Bridge, also called the Paper Mill Bridge or Bennington Falls Covered Bridge, is a wooden covered bridge that carries Murphy Road across the Walloomsac River northwest of Bennington, Vermont. Built in 1889, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973.
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  • Easy to find covered bridge in Bennington. I don't mind waiting for a car to cross before we crossed it.  more »
  • We did a covered bridge tour in Vermont and the Papermill Village Bridge is beautiful! The Bennington, VT area is beautiful as well.  more »
  • Nice enough bridge. Surprisingly good signage on road on the residential side
  • there is a few reviews here on a two lane covered bridge. that is Pulp Mill Covered Bridge, Weybridge, VT 05753 and its about 95 miles north of this bridge. this is a nice place but it won't wow you. i love any covered bridges so this was fun for me. they did try to make it a little more pleasureful by adding some history signing and parking spaces so you can enjoy it. there are 3 of the same covered bridges all within 1.8 miles of each other. Henry Covered Bridge has the nicest surrounds and Paper Mill Village Bridge seem to have the most history. all 3 are well keep and nice to see if you in the area

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