Massachusetts January 25, 2016
You’ll Want To Cross These 19 Amazing Bridges In Massachusetts
There’s nothing like traveling across an incredible bridge to give you that sense of wonder. Whether you’re looking for a heart-stopping view or a historical treasure, these Massachusetts bridges are all architectural beauties and amazing feats of engineering.
1. Old North Bridge, Concord
2. The Arthur A. Smith covered bridge on Lyonsville Road in Colrain is as pretty as a postcard.
3. French King Bridge, Erving. This bike path and former railroad bridge offers a great view of the late afternoon sun. It spans the Connecticut River between Montague and Deerfield.
4. Bridge of Flowers, Mohawk Trail, Shelburne Falls. This bridge is laden with gorgeous blooming flowers and fragrant blossoms.
5. Iron Bridge, Shelburne Falls
6. Elm Park Red Bridge, Worcester
7. Plymouth Harbor Bridge
8. Mytoi Bridge, Martha's Vineyard
9. The Sagamore Bridge
10. Cape Cod Canal Railroad Bridge
11. Aiken Street Bridge, Lowell. Built in 1882, The Aiken Street Bridge is the longest lenticular truss bridge surviving in the U.S. and is the only remaining one with more than three spans.
12. Old Fort Point Channel Bridge, Boston. This bridge is part of the Harborwalk area.
13. Boston Public Garden Bridge
14. Moody Street Bridge, Waltham
15. Long Island Bridge, Boston
16. East Mineral Road Bridge, Franklin
17. Echo Bridge, Newton. It spans the Charles River near Newton Upper Falls.
18. The Zakim Bunker Hill Bridge, Boston
19. Bardwell's Ferry Bridge, Conway. This bridge spans the Deerfield river.
What’s your vote for best Massachusetts bridge? Share and let us know in the comments!