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Imes Covered Bridge, Saint Charles

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The Imes Bridge is a wooden covered bridge in Madison County, Iowa. Built in 1870, it was originally located over the Middle River. In 1887 it was moved to a spot over Clinton Creek, and in 1977 was moved again to its present site. It is long and is the oldest of the remaining covered bridges in Madison County. It was renovated in 1997 for a cost of $31,807. Put Imes Covered Bridge on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Saint Charles trip tool.
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  • I wish we would have had time to look at all the bridges but we were coming home and running out of time. I hope we can look at all the bridges at some future date. 
    I wish we would have had time to look at all the bridges but we were coming home and running out of time. I hope we can look at all the bridges at some future date.  more »
  • The fabled bridges of Madison County, six in number, are largely inaccessible for those unwilling or unable to drive on gravel. The one exception is the Imes Covered Bridge. Constructed in 1870 to.....  more
    The fabled bridges of Madison County, six in number, are largely inaccessible for those unwilling or unable to drive on gravel. The one exception is the Imes Covered Bridge. Constructed in 1870 to.....  more »
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