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Here is the answer for Where in the Valley...? for September 4 to October 1, 2003
This is the Cornish-Windsor Covered Bridge. From the Connecticut River Historic Sites Database & Connecticut River Heritage Trails online database, we note that
James F. Tasker of Cornish and Bela J. Fletcher of nearby Claremont signed a contract on 3 April 1866 for the construction of the present bridge ...
The bridge is 450 feet long; the sign says "WALK YOUR HORSES OR PAY TWO DOLLARS FINE".
T. Williams, Philip Eller, Marcia B Cook, Peter Griggs, Ellie Marshall, and Dexter Cooper were the first of about 100 people to correctly identify this location.
Photographs: Bob Raiselis