The next two entries are film clips from History in Your Backyard, a film series produced by Satolli Glassmeyer and Co. Our first one looks at the Humpback Covered Bridge in Covington, Virginia. This bridge was built in 1856 and is the oldest covered bridge in Virginia, let alone one of the oldest in the country. The bridge was one of the first to have been rehabilitated and repurposed for pedestrians, as this was done in 1957, almost 30 years since it was replaced by a truss bridge on a new alignment and later abandoned. And lastly, it was one of the first that was nominated to the National Register, as it was listed in 1969. Take a look at the video about the bridge’s history, which includes photos and some other facts. The engineering details can be found here.