The Remarkable Bridge In Rhode Island That Everyone Should Visit At Least Once

Covered bridges dot the landscape of the United States as rustic reminders of the olden days. Rhode Island has just one located on a public road. While it’s only 25 years old, the covered bridge represents the kind of Americana that is a delightful surprise when you encounter it. If you haven’t visited Swamp Meadow Bridge yet, it’s time to take a road trip out to Foster.

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Have you ever crossed Swamp Meadow Bridge? The Newport Bridge is massive compared to this one. Check out these rare photos taken during that giant’s construction.