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New England Photos

A photo essay of life,sights and history in New England. Including some of the lesser known things and some of the down-right obscure. A new photo added every one to two days. Click on the photos to see a larger picture. There are more pictures in the archive.


Saturday, July 18, 2009

Bridge of Flowers

Shelburne Falls and Buckland, MA - This is the "Bridge of Flowers", an old trolley bridge that spans the Deerfield Rive joining Shelburne Falls to Buckland. The bridge is covered with over 500 varieties of flowering plants.

The bridge has between 15,000 to 25,000 visitors a year, depending what reference you use. Here some visitors are taking in the sights and smells.

This stone honors soldiers who fought in WWI and WWII from Shelburne Falls and Buckland.

A photo of some of the flowers,

Even more flowers.

The upkeep of the bridge is dependent on donations and the hard work of volunteers and a paid gardner.

Info: Shelburne Falls.com

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Bridge of Flowers


At 3:35 AM, Anonymous Julie said...

The bridge looks like a wonderful spot to visit with family. Even the donations post looks lovely and unique.

At 3:29 AM, Anonymous cybercelt said...

What a beautiful bridge. Great idea to plant the flowers and trees. We should all plant more trees and flowers to cleanse the planet.

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