Friday, October 27, 2006

Blog Guelph: Covered Bridge Face

DSC_0110.JPG, originally uploaded by edeva_art.

Guelph's Lattice Covered Footbridge was built in June 1992 near the junction of the Speed and Eramosa Rivers by 400 timberframers who were gathered in Guelph from all across North America.

Let me repeat that. Four hundred people came to Guelph to volunteer their time and build us a bridge because it's what they like to do.

Based on an original design from the 1800s, it is one of only two in all of Ontario.

Sue Richards

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1 comment:

Van said...

Sue, I really enjoyed this series. I wish I had seen the bridge being constructed. I wonder where I was.

For more great Guelph photos, try these links:

Downtown Guelph, University of Guelph, The Guelph Hillside Festival or The Guelph Lake Conservation Area.

On the other hand, you may be curious about what the City of Guelph looked like last October or maybe Spring.

Indeed you may be the type that would love to wade through our deep and refreshing archives. There are over 5,000 terrific Guelph photos, taken by a growing tribe of fantastic photographers, currently available for your viewing pleasure. Check out the Blog Guelph archives located 'back up there' and appropriately titled: Blog Guelph Archives.