The Bridge of Flowers

Visiting Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts

Once a trolley bridge across the Deerfield River carrying goods between Massachusetts towns, the Bridge of Flowers has been transformed into an amazing garden of blooms and twisting vines open to foot traffic. The bridge was originally built in 1908 and fell into disuse after the rail use ended. To spruce up the “eyesore” of the weed-covered bridge, the Bridge of Flowers idea was born.

 

Poppy WP

 

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Skinny Iris WP 6-10-16

 

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