This Quaint Covered Bridge In Vermont Marks The Location Of A Long Abandoned Mill Town

Vermont is covered bridge country. With over 100 spread across the countryside, Vermont has more covered bridges per square mile than any other state! This makes for some seriously scenic backroads driving. But these bridges are oftentimes much more than just mere water crossings. They are also fantastic pieces of history. The Greenbanks Hollow Covered Bridge is one such place. It actually marks the location of a lost mill town.

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Check out an aerial video of Greenbanks Hollow Covered Bridge in this footage filmed by YouTube user, John Predom.

Have you ever crossed Greenbanks Hollow Covered Bridge? If you love touring Vermont’s history by visiting charming covered bridges, head out on this scenic road trip as soon as you can.