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Marchand Bridge, Fort Coulonge

Categories: Bridges, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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3.1/5 based on 10+ reviews on the web
Félix-Gabriel-Marchand Bridge is a covered bridge in the Township of Mansfield-et-Pontefract, Quebec, Canada, that crosses the Coulonge River near Fort-Coulonge. Constructed in 1898, this bridge is unique in Quebec because of its combination of Town and Queenpost trusses. It is also the only surviving covered bridge in Quebec built in the 19th century outside of the Eastern Townships.
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  • Is closed and can no longer pass on, left abandoned, it's a shame because he was very handsome, he begins to have boards that pourissent and painting also lacks, but by far, it is still very beautiful
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  • This excellent red covered bridge is a local landmark. Unfortunately it is currently closed, but one can still take photos from the roadside. One end is at HWY 148 and is not the safest place from whi...  read more »
  • This may be the second largest covered bridge in Canada, but it is closed to pedestrian and vehicle traffic. The town says that they have government funding to restore it, but there is no sign of anyo...  read more »
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