The Tallest Bridge In The State, Vermont's Quechee Gorge Bridge Is A True Feat Of Engineering
By Marla S.|Published June 08, 2022
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Along with being in one of the most scenic parts of Vermont, Quechee Gorge Bridge is an impressive structure worthy of a visit on its own. Built in 1911, the Quechee Gorge Bridge is the oldest steel bridge of its kind in the Green Mountain State. In addition to being made with steel and originally used as a railway bridge, the bridge opened to cars in 1933.
Due to Quechee Gorge Bridge’s impressive engineering and history, the structure was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1990.