Woodstock's Union Covered Bridge Woodstock's Union Covered Bridge  

The Union (Middle) Covered Bridge was built in 1969. In 1974, during the local Fireman's Ball it was set on fire by some local youths and all but the road surface was destroyed. At the time the company that originally built the bridge was still in existence and they were contracted to rebuild the upper portion of the bridge.

Completed in 1975, the bridge once again stands tall and proud at end of Mountain Avenue across from the Village Green.

One of three Covered Bridges in Woodstock it a favorite site for those taking their seanic stroll though the village after dinner or on their way to


Fulkner Park and the trail heads to Mount Tom. The bridge was left unscathed by the August 28th, 2011 tropical storm Irene. Although the water came within 18 inches from it's bottom.

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