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Looking northeast over Sunset Lake at the Brookfield Floating Bridge, VT
Looking northeast over Sunset Lake at the Brookfield Floating Bridge, VT
  • Author: Pidgeoncoop Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 1988-09-27 12:05:00
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°2'33"N - 72°36'19"W
  • 27 Sep 1988, Tue (Equinox Skyline, Marble exhibit, Longest Covered Bridge) Left about 10 and headed north along Route 41 towards Pittsfield, MA then west on Route 20 back into New York State and north on Route 22 from New Lebanon. We then took Route 7 east and crossed into Vermont near Bennington. Best colours yet. Then Route 7a to the Mt Equinox Skyline Drive, Vermont ($5 toll). Monks own it, quite steep. Went on to Proctor, VT and checked out the Marble exhibit after eating Kentucky for lunch at side of road. Continued to floating bridge at Brookfield and along to Windsor to longest covered bridge in New England (probably country) it is closed for repair. ($5 mill by NH government) so could not cross into Cornish Mills in NH. Put us out of way a bit. Continued to East Hebron eventually arriving 8.30 pm after missing the inn – Six Chimneys. Charming but I feel like I am invading stranger’s privacy. Dined at ‘Steve’s Food & Drink’ just down the road, just avoiding closing time at 9. Six Chimneys is located at the junction of Route 3A (Mayhew Turnpike) and North Shore Rd. in Hebron, NH (formerly East Hebron) just 5 miles south of the Plymouth traffic circle.
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Floating Bridge, Brookfield, VT
Floating Bridge, Brookfield, VT
  • Author: Pidgeoncoop Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 1988-09-27 12:05:00
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°2'31"N - 72°36'12"W
  • 27 Sep 1988, Tue (Equinox Skyline, Marble exhibit, Longest Covered Bridge) Left about 10 and headed north along Route 41 towards Pittsfield, MA then west on Route 20 back into New York State and north on Route 22 from New Lebanon. We then took Route 7 east and crossed into Vermont near Bennington. Best colours yet. Then Route 7a to the Mt Equinox Skyline Drive, Vermont ($5 toll). Monks own it, quite steep. Went on to Proctor, VT and checked out the Marble exhibit after eating Kentucky for lunch at side of road. Continued to floating bridge at Brookfield and along to Windsor to longest covered bridge in New England (probably country) it is closed for repair. ($5 mill by NH government) so could not cross into Cornish Mills in NH. Put us out of way a bit. Continued to East Hebron eventually arriving 8.30 pm after missing the inn – Six Chimneys. Charming but I feel like I am invading stranger’s privacy. Dined at ‘Steve’s Food & Drink’ just down the road, just avoiding closing time at 9. Six Chimneys is located at the junction of Route 3A (Mayhew Turnpike) and North Shore Rd. in Hebron, NH (formerly East Hebron) just 5 miles south of the Plymouth traffic circle.
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Floating Bridge, Brookfield, VT
Floating Bridge, Brookfield, VT
  • Author: Pidgeoncoop Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 1988-09-27 12:05:00
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°2'31"N - 72°36'12"W
  • 27 Sep 1988, Tue (Equinox Skyline, Marble exhibit, Longest Covered Bridge) Left about 10 and headed north along Route 41 towards Pittsfield, MA then west on Route 20 back into New York State and north on Route 22 from New Lebanon. We then took Route 7 east and crossed into Vermont near Bennington. Best colours yet. Then Route 7a to the Mt Equinox Skyline Drive, Vermont ($5 toll). Monks own it, quite steep. Went on to Proctor, VT and checked out the Marble exhibit after eating Kentucky for lunch at side of road. Continued to floating bridge at Brookfield and along to Windsor to longest covered bridge in New England (probably country) it is closed for repair. ($5 mill by NH government) so could not cross into Cornish Mills in NH. Put us out of way a bit. Continued to East Hebron eventually arriving 8.30 pm after missing the inn – Six Chimneys. Charming but I feel like I am invading stranger’s privacy. Dined at ‘Steve’s Food & Drink’ just down the road, just avoiding closing time at 9. Six Chimneys is located at the junction of Route 3A (Mayhew Turnpike) and North Shore Rd. in Hebron, NH (formerly East Hebron) just 5 miles south of the Plymouth traffic circle.
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Floating Bridge, Brookfield, VT
Floating Bridge, Brookfield, VT
  • Author: Pidgeoncoop Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 1988-09-27 12:00:00
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°2'31"N - 72°36'12"W
  • 27 Sep 1988, Tue (Equinox Skyline, Marble exhibit, Longest Covered Bridge) Left about 10 and headed north along Route 41 towards Pittsfield, MA then west on Route 20 back into New York State and north on Route 22 from New Lebanon. We then took Route 7 east and crossed into Vermont near Bennington. Best colours yet. Then Route 7a to the Mt Equinox Skyline Drive, Vermont ($5 toll). Monks own it, quite steep. Went on to Proctor, VT and checked out the Marble exhibit after eating Kentucky for lunch at side of road. Continued to floating bridge at Brookfield and along to Windsor to longest covered bridge in New England (probably country) it is closed for repair. ($5 mill by NH government) so could not cross into Cornish Mills in NH. Put us out of way a bit. Continued to East Hebron eventually arriving 8.30 pm after missing the inn – Six Chimneys. Charming but I feel like I am invading stranger’s privacy. Dined at ‘Steve’s Food & Drink’ just down the road, just avoiding closing time at 9. Six Chimneys is located at the junction of Route 3A (Mayhew Turnpike) and North Shore Rd. in Hebron, NH (formerly East Hebron) just 5 miles south of the Plymouth traffic circle.
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Floating Bridge, Brookfield, VT
Floating Bridge, Brookfield, VT
  • Author: Pidgeoncoop Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 1988-09-27 12:00:00
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°2'31"N - 72°36'12"W
  • 27 Sep 1988, Tue (Equinox Skyline, Marble exhibit, Longest Covered Bridge) Left about 10 and headed north along Route 41 towards Pittsfield, MA then west on Route 20 back into New York State and north on Route 22 from New Lebanon. We then took Route 7 east and crossed into Vermont near Bennington. Best colours yet. Then Route 7a to the Mt Equinox Skyline Drive, Vermont ($5 toll). Monks own it, quite steep. Went on to Proctor, VT and checked out the Marble exhibit after eating Kentucky for lunch at side of road. Continued to floating bridge at Brookfield and along to Windsor to longest covered bridge in New England (probably country) it is closed for repair. ($5 mill by NH government) so could not cross into Cornish Mills in NH. Put us out of way a bit. Continued to East Hebron eventually arriving 8.30 pm after missing the inn – Six Chimneys. Charming but I feel like I am invading stranger’s privacy. Dined at ‘Steve’s Food & Drink’ just down the road, just avoiding closing time at 9. Six Chimneys is located at the junction of Route 3A (Mayhew Turnpike) and North Shore Rd. in Hebron, NH (formerly East Hebron) just 5 miles south of the Plymouth traffic circle.
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Floating Bridge, Brookfield, VT. Buoyed by a network of 380 barrels that rise and fall with the water level
Floating Bridge, Brookfield, VT. Buoyed by a network of 380 barrels that rise and fall with the water level
  • Author: Pidgeoncoop Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 1988-09-27 12:00:00
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°2'31"N - 72°36'12"W
  • 27 Sep 1988, Tue (Equinox Skyline, Marble exhibit, Longest Covered Bridge) Left about 10 and headed north along Route 41 towards Pittsfield, MA then west on Route 20 back into New York State and north on Route 22 from New Lebanon. We then took Route 7 east and crossed into Vermont near Bennington. Best colours yet. Then Route 7a to the Mt Equinox Skyline Drive, Vermont ($5 toll). Monks own it, quite steep. Went on to Proctor, VT and checked out the Marble exhibit after eating Kentucky for lunch at side of road. Continued to floating bridge at Brookfield and along to Windsor to longest covered bridge in New England (probably country) it is closed for repair. ($5 mill by NH government) so could not cross into Cornish Mills in NH. Put us out of way a bit. Continued to East Hebron eventually arriving 8.30 pm after missing the inn – Six Chimneys. Charming but I feel like I am invading stranger’s privacy. Dined at ‘Steve’s Food & Drink’ just down the road, just avoiding closing time at 9. Six Chimneys is located at the junction of Route 3A (Mayhew Turnpike) and North Shore Rd. in Hebron, NH (formerly East Hebron) just 5 miles south of the Plymouth traffic circle.
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First Congregational Church, looking north along N Ridge Road near intersection with Route 65, Brookfield, Vermont
First Congregational Church, looking north along N Ridge Road near intersection with Route 65, Brookfield, Vermont
  • Author: Pidgeoncoop Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 1988-09-27 11:54:58
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°2'19"N - 72°36'0"W
  • 27 Sep 1988, Tue (Equinox Skyline, Marble exhibit, Longest Covered Bridge) Left about 10 and headed north along Route 41 towards Pittsfield, MA then west on Route 20 back into New York State and north on Route 22 from New Lebanon. We then took Route 7 east and crossed into Vermont near Bennington. Best colours yet. Then Route 7a to the Mt Equinox Skyline Drive, Vermont ($5 toll). Monks own it, quite steep. Went on to Proctor, VT and checked out the Marble exhibit after eating Kentucky for lunch at side of road. Continued to floating bridge at Brookfield and along to Windsor to longest covered bridge in New England (probably country) it is closed for repair. ($5 mill by NH government) so could not cross into Cornish Mills in NH. Put us out of way a bit. Continued to East Hebron eventually arriving 8.30 pm after missing the inn – Six Chimneys. Charming but I feel like I am invading stranger’s privacy. Dined at ‘Steve’s Food & Drink’ just down the road, just avoiding closing time at 9. Six Chimneys is located at the junction of Route 3A (Mayhew Turnpike) and North Shore Rd. in Hebron, NH (formerly East Hebron) just 5 miles south of the Plymouth traffic circle.
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    *The photographs are copyrighted by their respective owners.
Looking north along N Ridge Road, Brookfield, Vermont
Looking north along N Ridge Road, Brookfield, Vermont
  • Author: Pidgeoncoop Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 1988-09-27 11:45:00
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°1'40"N - 72°35'59"W
  • 27 Sep 1988, Tue (Equinox Skyline, Marble exhibit, Longest Covered Bridge) Left about 10 and headed north along Route 41 towards Pittsfield, MA then west on Route 20 back into New York State and north on Route 22 from New Lebanon. We then took Route 7 east and crossed into Vermont near Bennington. Best colours yet. Then Route 7a to the Mt Equinox Skyline Drive, Vermont ($5 toll). Monks own it, quite steep. Went on to Proctor, VT and checked out the Marble exhibit after eating Kentucky for lunch at side of road. Continued to floating bridge at Brookfield and along to Windsor to longest covered bridge in New England (probably country) it is closed for repair. ($5 mill by NH government) so could not cross into Cornish Mills in NH. Put us out of way a bit. Continued to East Hebron eventually arriving 8.30 pm after missing the inn – Six Chimneys. Charming but I feel like I am invading stranger’s privacy. Dined at ‘Steve’s Food & Drink’ just down the road, just avoiding closing time at 9. Six Chimneys is located at the junction of Route 3A (Mayhew Turnpike) and North Shore Rd. in Hebron, NH (formerly East Hebron) just 5 miles south of the Plymouth traffic circle.
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    *The photographs are copyrighted by their respective owners.
Looking north along N Ridge Road, Brookfield, Vermont
Looking north along N Ridge Road, Brookfield, Vermont
  • Author: Pidgeoncoop Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 1988-09-27 11:40:00
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°1'40"N - 72°35'59"W
  • 27 Sep 1988, Tue (Equinox Skyline, Marble exhibit, Longest Covered Bridge) Left about 10 and headed north along Route 41 towards Pittsfield, MA then west on Route 20 back into New York State and north on Route 22 from New Lebanon. We then took Route 7 east and crossed into Vermont near Bennington. Best colours yet. Then Route 7a to the Mt Equinox Skyline Drive, Vermont ($5 toll). Monks own it, quite steep. Went on to Proctor, VT and checked out the Marble exhibit after eating Kentucky for lunch at side of road. Continued to floating bridge at Brookfield and along to Windsor to longest covered bridge in New England (probably country) it is closed for repair. ($5 mill by NH government) so could not cross into Cornish Mills in NH. Put us out of way a bit. Continued to East Hebron eventually arriving 8.30 pm after missing the inn – Six Chimneys. Charming but I feel like I am invading stranger’s privacy. Dined at ‘Steve’s Food & Drink’ just down the road, just avoiding closing time at 9. Six Chimneys is located at the junction of Route 3A (Mayhew Turnpike) and North Shore Rd. in Hebron, NH (formerly East Hebron) just 5 miles south of the Plymouth traffic circle.
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2019-11-26_07-15-55
2019-11-26_07-15-55
  • Author: Goniff1 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-11-26 13:24:36
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°2'25"N - 72°36'33"W
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IMG_0777_1583
IMG_0777_1583
  • Author: derekcarter2 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2006-08-20 12:19:28
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°2'3"N - 72°35'56"W
  • This peculiar sight can be found on Ridge Road in Brookfield, VT.
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2017 Brookfield Ice Harvest
2017 Brookfield Ice Harvest
  • Author: herzogbr Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 1980-01-01 00:00:13
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°2'33"N - 72°36'14"W
  • Great festival in Brookfield, VT, where they use traditional tools to cut ice on their lake. After an explanation of all the equipment and a demo, they even let people try it.
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Bathroom available at the library
Bathroom available at the library
  • Author: herzogbr Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 1980-01-01 00:00:26
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°2'33"N - 72°36'14"W
  • Not only is this a great service the library is providing to a community in need, but it is also one of the best library marketing signs I've seen in a long time.
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Ice Sawing demo
Ice Sawing demo
  • Author: herzogbr Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 1980-01-01 00:00:20
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°2'33"N - 72°36'14"W
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Pulling a block of ice out of the lake
Pulling a block of ice out of the lake
  • Author: herzogbr Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 1980-01-01 00:00:12
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°2'33"N - 72°36'14"W
  • There is a cool technique to this: you push down on the block of ice with the tongs first, and then use the ice's natural buoyancy to help launch it up out of the water. Neat.
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