October 4, 2022

Bridges

Hugh John Flemming Bridge
Landmarks, Bridges, History

Hugh John Flemming Bridge

The Hugh John Flemming Bridge  is located one kilometer north of Hartland , in Carleton County. It is named in honour of Hugh John Flemming (1899-1982).  Hugh John Flemming was a lumberman, politician, Premier of NB and was born in Peel in 1899. Elected in 1921 as a…

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World’s Longest Covered Bridge
History, Bridges, Landmarks

World’s Longest Covered Bridge

This is the history of the World's Longest Covered Bridge in Hartland. In the 1860s the Saint John River valley was extremely productive at producing hundreds to thousands of bushels of oats and buckwheat flour. Families settled along the riverbanks…

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Hoyt Station Covered Bridge
Landmarks, Bridges

Hoyt Station Covered Bridge

The Hoyt Station bridge is one of three covered bridges in the Hoyt area. The Bell Covered Bridge is located on the Boyne Road at Juvenile and the Smyth Covered Bridge is located at Mill Settlement. Both the Bell and…

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