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the Bridges of Madison County #Iowa

the Bridges of Madison County #Iowa

Iowa Madison county bridges

Iowa Madison county bridges

USA, Comté de Madison, Pont couvert ♥

USA, Comté de Madison, Pont couvert ♥

This bridge was built in the 1880s by Washington W. King. It is 137.6 feet long by 16.35 feet wide, and the truss is Town Lattice style. This bridge goes over Euharlee Creek. It has also been formerly known as Lowry Bridge. There is a parking area. Admission is Free.  Donations are appreciated.  This covered bridge has been well maintained by the local folks. In The museum is located next to the bridge, in the “Miller’s House,”

This bridge was built in the 1880s by Washington W. King. It is 137.6 feet long by 16.35 feet wide, and the truss is Town Lattice style. This bridge goes over Euharlee Creek. It has also been formerly known as Lowry Bridge. There is a parking area. Admission is Free. Donations are appreciated. This covered bridge has been well maintained by the local folks. In The museum is located next to the bridge, in the “Miller’s House,”

The 107' Roseman Covered Bridge was in 1883 by Benton Jones, and sits in its original location. The Roseman Bridge was renovated in 1992 at a cost of $152,515.  Bridges of Madison County, Iowa.    The Roseman Covered Bridge is the bridge in the aptly titled book where Robert Kincaid is looking for when he stops at Francesca Johnson's for directions.

The 107' Roseman Covered Bridge was in 1883 by Benton Jones, and sits in its original location. The Roseman Bridge was renovated in 1992 at a cost of $152,515. Bridges of Madison County, Iowa. The Roseman Covered Bridge is the bridge in the aptly titled book where Robert Kincaid is looking for when he stops at Francesca Johnson's for directions.

Probably the most famous of all Madison County's bridges, Roseman Covered Bridge featured prominently in both the book and film. Built by Benton Jones in 1883, it was renovated in 1992.  Near Winterset, Iowa where the Bridges of Madison County was filmed.

Probably the most famous of all Madison County's bridges, Roseman Covered Bridge featured prominently in both the book and film. Built by Benton Jones in 1883, it was renovated in 1992. Near Winterset, Iowa where the Bridges of Madison County was filmed.

Hogback #Covered #Bridge - Madison County, #Iowa - http://dennisharper.lnf.com/

Hogback #Covered #Bridge - Madison County, #Iowa - http://dennisharper.lnf.com/

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This is a wonderful looking covered bridge but not the one seen in the movie: Bridges Of Madison County.

This is a wonderful looking covered bridge but not the one seen in the movie: Bridges Of Madison County.

One of the Bridges in Madison County Iowa

One of the Bridges in Madison County Iowa

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