January 27, 2011 - Editor,
The below is a link to a Lancaster, PA paper about Rettew's Mill Covered Bridge, 38-36-13 (also known as Keller's Mill or Guy Bard Bridge). This bridge is unique in that it was disassembled four years ago, placed in storage, and now has been reconstructed and opened for traffic at a new location. Many bridges are reassembled in a park location but very few are placed back into daily use at a new location as a normal road bridge.
I thought this would be a good article for the Vermont Covered Bridge News website. Attached is [my] photograph of the bridge at its new location. The photograph was taken at the bridge dedication on Dec 9th.
For the story, go to: http://articles.lancasteronline.com/lavoz/15/Rettew%20Mill%20Road/.
[Our thanks to Bob Sheldon for sending this article and his photograph - Ed.]