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Middlebury, Vt. - Addison County
Photo of Halpin Bridge
Photo of Halpin Bridge

Photo of Halpin Bridge Portal
Photo of Halpin Bridge Portal

Bridge Statistics
Region:  Champlain Valley
County:  Addison
Town:  Middlebury
Locality:  Middlebury
Position - Lat: 
N 44 03.640
W 73 08.905
Owner:  Town
Bridge Carries:  Halpin Lane
Bridge Crosses:  Muddy Branch of the New-Haven River
Bridge Traffic:  Vehicular
Truss Type:  Town Lattice
Town Lattice Truss Sketch
Year Built:  1824
Builder:  Unknown
Structure Characteristics:  Length:  66'-3"
Width: 12'-1"
Lanes: 1
Posted Load: 2 Tons
Posted Vertical Clearance: Unknown
World Guide No.: 45-01-03
National Register of Historic Places Date:

The Halpin Bridge is a 66 foot long Town Lattice Truss. It carries Halpin Lane over Muddy Branch of the New-Haven River. This bridge was built in 1824.

Easy to photograph portal, Difficult to photograph from sides because of steep embankment and need of permission by owner to get stream access.

Parking available on west side of the bridge.


Photo of Halpin Bridge Truss
Town Lattice Truss

Location Map

Location Map of Halpin Bridge

0.1 miles SE of junction VT30 on US7, then 1.3 miles left on Washington Street, then 1.6 miles left on Halpin Road and 0.3 miles right on dead end road. The bridge is located in the Town of Middlebury in Addison County.

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