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1) A Photo Tour of the Covered Bridges of New Brunswick
A photo book containing 90 full color photographs of the remaining covered bridges in New Brunswick, Canada as of 2018.
2) Covered Bridge License Plate
SAVE OUR COVERED BRIDGES LICENSE PLATE
2024 COVERED BRIDGE CALENDAR
Covered Bridges of New Brunswick calendar for 2024. Ponts Couvert du Nouveau-Brunswick calendrier pour 2024
5 Covered Bridge Xmas Cards
Package of Christmas cards featuring five different NB covered bridge winter scenes.
A Hanging Christmas Ornament
A Covered Bridge Disc Ornament with the following caption:
MAY EVERY BRIDGE YOU CROSS IN LIFE BE A COVERED BRIDGE
a) Un Ornement de Noël Suspendu
Un ornement de Noël du pont couvert avec la légende suivante:
QUE CHAQUE PONT QUE VOUS TRAVERSEZ DANS LA VIE SOIT UN PONT COUVERT
b) A Guide to the Covered Bridges of New Brunswick Volume 1 – Albert County
A ‘Day Trip’ guide to the nine covered bridges of Albert County, NB, Canada
b) A Guide to the Covered Bridges of New Brunswick Volume 2 – Westmorland and Kent Counties
Directions to the seven covered bridges of Westmorland County and to the two covered bridges of Kent County – New Brunswick, Canada
b) A Guidebook to the Covered Bridges of NB Volume 3 – York, Carleton, Victoria, and Madawaska Counties
A guidebook to the nine covered bridges scattered throughout York, Carleton, Victoria, and Madawaska Counties of New Brunswick.
b) A Guidebook to the Covered Bridges of NB Volume 4 – Queens, Sunbury, Northumberland, and Gloucester Counties
A guidebook with directions to the seven covered bridges scattered through Queens, Sunbury, Northumberland, and Gloucester Counties of New Brunswick
b) A Guidebook to the Covered Bridges of NB Volume 5 – CHARLOTTE & SAINT JOHN COUNTIES
This book directs the reader on two ‘Day Trips’ to the seven covered bridges in Charlotte County; then gives directions to the three covered bridges in Saint John County.
b) A Guidebook to the Covered Bridges of NB Volume 6 – Kings County
This volume offers directions for four leisurely ‘Day Trips’ to the 15 covered bridges in Kings County, New Brunswick. It also offers alternate directions if you wish to plan your own itinerary. Maps and photos are included.