Fredericton Junction, New Brunswick on TransCanadaHighway.com
31 km south of Fredericton on Route 101, towards Saint John, this little village has three of the province's 65 covered bridges.
Route 101 at Currie Lane
This museum displays antiques and artifacts of the area and area families. Also with nature trails through the woods and a picnic area.
Back Creek No 2 Covered Bridge<BR> Rte 101 on Hoyt Station Rd
This bridge is located 10 Km south of Fredericton Junction on Route 101 near Blissville.
This 67 foot bridge, with a span of 58 feet was built by Howe Truss in 1909, and renovated in 1936.
South Oromocto River No 2 Covered Bridge
Off 101 on Mill Settlement Rd
Built in 1912, and renovated in 1932, this 139' bridge is located near Fredericton Junction 6 km west of Route 101 on Mill Settlement Road.
South Oromocto River No 3 Covered Bridge
Off 101 on Juvenile Settlement Rd
This bridge, built in 1931 built by Howe Truss, is located near Fredericton Junction on the Boyne Road about 7 km west of Hoyt on Route 101. It has a span of 123'4" and a length of 126'4 .