Covered Bridge Piece

During a recent program on covered bridges presented at the Warrensburg Senior Center, Jim Ligon from Thurman points to century-old graffiti carved into a piece from a covered bridge his crew restored. Tree nails would fit through one of the 2-inch holes that can just be seen in the top of the thick board, binding several such boards together in the structure of the bridge. Sponsored by the Warrensburgh Historical Society, Ligon's program drew a standing-room-only crowd.

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