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Nine covered bridges remain in North Carolina. Located in Randolph and Rockingham counties, the North Carolina State Highway Department is replacing the state's last covered bridges with concrete structures.
Although water is a natural part of what draws people to the coastal setting, it can also present difficulties to travel. In a two-part series, this issue focuses on some of the problems with coastal transportation, and the discussion of means of travel through ferries and bridges.
Two of the remaining covered bridges in North Carolina are the Pisgah Covered Bridge in Randolph County and the Bunker Hill Covered Bridge in Catawba County. This article provides the history of the two bridges, and perspectives of local artists and photographers.