e21***17The longest wooden covered bridge in the world—the Canadian Hartland Bridge is in New Brunswick, Canada. It spans the St. John’s River and connects the two towns of Hartland and Somerville. The total length is 391 meters. This bridge was built in 1901. It was not a covered bridge at first. It collapsed in 1920 and was rebuilt in 1922 to form a covered bridge. It can be passed by carriages, horses and pedestrians. In 1980, it was listed as a national historical relic of Canada.