Bought in 1908 and once used as a way to transport freight and people to the nearby mills, the former trolley bridge, which crosses the Deerfield River, sat in decay after the automobile boom provided transport that exceeded the small railway company's capacity to compete.
The flowers are identified and provide wonderful inspiration for at home landscapes.
If you stroll the downtown, you will learn that the film, Labor Day, was filmed here.
As well as The Judge.
And peeked at the glacial potholes of the Deerfield River.
Shelburne Falls and the Bridge of Flowers provided a perfect place to explore on a Sunday afternoon. If you are ever in the area, consider this downtown stroll. The Bridge is open from April to October.