Hartland Bridge

New Brunswick

The tiny country hamlet of Hartland is home to the granddaddy of New Brunswick's many wooden covered bridges. The photogenic and still-functioning 390m-long Hartland Bridge over the Saint John River was erected in 1897 and is the world’s longest.

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