Photography Blenheim Covered Bridge Posted on April 13, 2007December 8, 2017 by Thomas Slatin [geo_mashup_show_on_map_link zoom=10] View Set On FlickrSharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostMailbox Next PostStone Sun 22 thoughts on “Blenheim Covered Bridge”I had never seen a covered bridge before, I don´t think we have one like that in my country. The picture looks very vintage, I love it.Loading...ReplyThe title says Bridge but it seems more like a hallway to me. The term blenheim sounds like it comes off from Myths & Legend. As in Thor and the byfrost bridge.Loading...ReplyI do believe this bridge is mainly used by people not by carriages. I really like the way the bridge is maintained. I do hope more people will be able to see such beauty.Loading...ReplyI love this, bridge with a shed overhead, this shows is a pedestrian bridge. I love this, I hope its properly maintained.Loading...ReplyA covered bridge, never seen one before. But this photo looks good since the background is really crispy.Loading...ReplyThe Blenheim-covered-bridge does not look like a bridge but what I saw here is a house. Its my first time seeing such a bridge like this. I have seen a lot of long bridges but never had a cover. Anyway the photo looks very amazing and tempting to step on there for sight seeing.Loading...ReplyThe bridge is fully wooden. Quite a unique feature.Loading...ReplyThe bridge is made of wood but string enough though. Thanks for this post.Loading...ReplyWhat a beautiful bridge, it is the first time I see a bridge with a roof, the wood they used to make it is very good.Loading...ReplyI’ve never seen a covered wooden bridge like this before. Must have been godsend to people without umbrellas and it was heavily raining way back when it was still in use.Loading...ReplyThis bridge needs to be maintained often because it’s made of wood. Though the structure looks lovely and uniqueLoading...ReplyWhat a unique bridge! I wonder how stable it is though.Loading...ReplyTons and tons of wood must have gone into the construction of this bridge. I feel bad for the trees.Loading...ReplyI wouldn’t dare use this bridge. It looks too old.Loading...ReplyI am not sure about this. The bridge looks dangerous to me.Loading...ReplyIt’s a great feat of engineering. Kudos to the architects!Loading...ReplyI like the all black and white shots. It brings a sense of nostalgia.Loading...ReplyVery good work shooting the bridge. You captured every inch of it.Loading...ReplyHow old is the bridge? It must be at least a few decades old.Loading...ReplyI like these old school bridges. They are works of art in themselves.Loading...ReplyGod forbid a fire catches the bridge. Being wooden, it would burn to smothering.Loading...ReplyCould a bus go through this bridge? I have a strong feeling that may not be very possible.Loading...ReplyLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. ΔThis site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.