Shelburne Falls, MA June 25, 2003
Bridge of Flowers

The only one of its kind in the world. Originally designed and built in 1908 to carry trolly tracks across the Deerfield River between Shelburne and Buckland, the 400 foot, five arch concrete span was abandoned in 1928. It was turned into a flower path by the Shelburne Falls Women's Club and has over 500 different varieties of flowers and plants.

         

Glacial Potholes
A geological wonder, the Potholes were ground out of granite during the Glacial Age by the whirlpool action of water and gyrating stones of varied sizes. Over 50 potholes exist in this confined area known in Indian days as Salmon Falls.

             

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