Cambridge Junction Rail Trail Park

Cambridge Rail Era History I Marker Inscription: The 1900’s Railway Heyday: The town continued to grow. By 1905 there were over a dozen dwellings new where you stand today. Many still exist, including the old school house, which has been converted into a home. Roscoe Fuller ran the store, a livery and a farm. WilleyContinue reading “Cambridge Junction Rail Trail Park”

Poland Covered Bridge

“The Poland Covered Bridge, also known as the Junction Covered Bridge[2] or the Cambridge Junction Covered Bridge[n 1] is a covered bridge that carries Cambridge Junction Road across the Lamoille River off State Route 15 in Cambridge, Vermont. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974.[1] The bridge is of BurrContinue reading “Poland Covered Bridge”

Cambridge Junction Bridge State Historic Marker

Inscription: “This bridge was built in 1887 by George W. Holmes in order to access an important railroad junction and the surrounding village of Cambridge Junction. The Burr Arch structure has a clear span of 135 feet, making it one of the longest spans of its type in the United States. The bridge is alsoContinue reading “Cambridge Junction Bridge State Historic Marker”

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