Sunday, September 14, 2008
The Station Bridge, located in Northfield, Vermont was built by an unknown craftsman in 1872. It spans the Dog River and is one of three bridges on the same road all within a half mile. One can see two bridges, this one included, in the same view, the only place in New England where this can be noticed. The name “Station” came from the presence of a nearby railroad depot. It’s a charming area and a must on any fall foliage tour through the state of Vermont. Maybe sometime, I will have to try a painting of the two bridges in one view, and during fall foliage season; it’s around the corner for sure.
"The Station Bridge, Northfield, VT"
oil on canvas on board, 5 x 7, unframed
100.00, plus shipping