Covered Bridges in Indiana w/w


While on vacation in Indiana we took a drive into the country to see some covered bridges. We started in Bridgeton and went north up to Turkey State Park. I think we saw five altogether. We were able to see a few Amish houses and buggies, not as much as I would have liked.











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  1. How neat are those?!?! Reminds me of a movie!

  2. How cool!! I think they are gorgeous!

  3. Those are so cool!

  4. Beautiful shots. There’s something so whimsical about covered bridges.

  5. They’re awesome! It would feel like going back in time to me.

  6. Gorgeous! We have a few covered bridges here in PA as well, though they aren’t as nice as that one! We’ve got plenty of Amish and buggies too 🙂

  7. Very Cool! I’m in Oregon and just over the Columbia River, on the Washington side, they have a couple of covered bridges that I like to check out from time to time. Luckily, we have some organizations/clubs that keep them very well-maintained.

  8. Great photos! Looks like you had a fun trip.

  9. How cool!

  10. That’s a lovely bridge.. I think I too saw it featured in a movie about the 7th child or something like that..

  11. I loved covered bridges! They are just so… majestic.

  12. Those are lovely. Living in NYC we mostly see steel bridges.

  13. Carolyn G says:

    I love covered bridges

  14. I love the vintage feel they all have. How cool would it be to make one a wedding venue?

  15. Cool! We don’t have any here in Southern Florida. Beautiful pics!

  16. I love the bridges! I lived in Ohio for a few years and some of those old covered bridges were my favorites…especially the ones in the fall!

  17. Very neat. I love the pic of the kids walking through with all the beams. Beautifully captured.

  18. I love how quaint these covered bridges look, reminds me of the movies. 🙂

  19. Gorgeous shots!

  20. I’m not much of a fan of Indiana (this is where I live, too), but there are some pretty unique and interesting places!

  21. Now that would be something I’d totally enjoy!!! Love these shots. 🙂

  22. What beautiful, fascinating places! I love those bridges. I certainly haven’t seen any of those around these parts…. how cool and nostalgic!

  23. they remind me of the Bridges of Madison County in Iowa! Very neat!

  24. That is sooooo cool.

  25. I love covered bridges. We have quite a few in Oregon, and they always make me smile.

  26. I love covered bridges, so neat especially the older ones.

  27. We have those all over here in New England.

  28. we pass by so many covered bridges but never stop, we should.

  29. That’s a cool thing tho hunt for!

    Once when I was driving from IN to MO I saw an Amish buggy in a Taco Bell drive thru! Too bad it was before the days of easy cell phone photos…no one ever believes me.

  30. That is such a neat old bridge and the perfect spot for some photos!

  31. What a neat thing to do! There’s a covered bridge at Greenfield Village and my grandmother says crossing it is one of her favorite things to do there.

  32. I’m trying to think if I’ve ever actually seen a covered bridge in person, and I’m thinking not – must put on my bucket list, because that is so whimsical and charming!

  33. My father is a covered bridge fanatic, but mostly has seen New England & Pennsylvania ones.

  34. Those are pretty neat!

  35. such a great place to visit. I luv your son’s black socks in the last photo 🙂

  36. LOVE those — I’ve only been to Indiana once but I remember one covered bridge. I was in love with it!

  37. We don’t have any covered bridges where we live. Covered bridges always remind me of Beetlejuice.

  38. What great backdrop for photo opps! Put a black and white filter and you have an exceptional picture.