The Chiselville Bridges carries Sunderland Hill Road over Roaring Branch Brook. The covered portion of the bridge is a town lattice truss, this bridge is supported by steel stringes and a concete deck. There is a center pier at mid span. The original bridge was built in 1870. It is worth the walk to go to the bottom of the ravine and view the bridge from below. Watch your footing, the embankment is very steep.
When photographing from road watch for traffic, Photos from stream great, difficult walk to bottom.
Parking in pulloffs on north side of bridge.
Town Lattice Trusss
East of Arlington, East Arlington Road. east (curves north) 1.6 miles, continue north on Sunderland Hill Raad. 0.4 miles to the bridge at Chiselville. The bridge is located in town of Sunderland in Bennington County.