The Randall Bridge stands preserved as an example of the bridge construction unique to the Lyndon area, with its open sides, wide eaves, and extended gables. Today, the retired bridge is a good place from which to wet a fishing worm.
The engineering firm of DuBois & King has completed a study for the restoration and repair of this bridge. Full details can be found here: Randall Covered Bridge Engineering Study.
Our thanks to the Town of Lyndon and the Village of Lyndonville for allowing the posting of the Vermont Covered Bridge Society Welcome patch. For more information about the Lyndon area visit their website at www.lyndonvt.org.
|Location:||Burrington Bridge Road|
|Crossing:||East Branch of the Passumpsic River|
|Truss Length:||68 feet|
|Other Names:||Old Burrington|
|National Register of Historical Places Listing Date:||June 13, 1974|
Credits: All pictures, information and descriptions are taken from Spanning Time Vermont's Covered Bridges by Joseph C. Nelson ©1997 and the World Guide to Covered Bridges - 2009 unless otherwise specified.