2020 Bridgehunter Awards- Final Results Part 2

Frank J. Wood Bridge at night time, full of lights. The bridge won the 2020 Bridgehunter Awards for Bridge of the Year. Photo taken by Janice Robbins



After looking at the results of the 2020 Bridgehunter Awards for Best Bridge Photo, Part 2 shows you the results in the remaining categories. The commentary behind the results will appear in the BHC Podcast, which you can click here to listen to. To read the results of the Author’s Choice Award, click here. The tables appear in slideshow format…

Due to some technical issues with the polling platform, the Chronicles will use a different voting platform for its 2021 Bridgehunter Awards to ensure that the voting is carried out with no problems. The Chronicles apologizes for the inconvenience.

To those who won in their respective categories, congratulations! You deserve the award and will be recognized accordingly! 🙂

Crossing the Stillwater Lift Bridge: Winner of Best Example of a Restored Historic Bridge



With the crossing of the Lift Bridge comes the end of the 2020 Bridgehunter and Author’s Choice Awards. 2021 will mark the 10th anniversary of the Awards and details can be found here. Entries are being taken between now and December 1, 2021 with voting to commence afterwards. If you have an entry worth considering, please send it to the Chronicles also informing them in which category(-ies). If you are not sure of the categories, you can check out the link by clicking here.


Wishing you all the very best for 2021! 😀 Remember, it all gets better from here. Happy Bridgehunting until we meet again. 🙂 ❤

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