Paper Mill Village Bridge
Route 67A .5 mile west of the Silk Road Bridge (watch for sign). The Paper Mill Village Bridge spans the Walloomsac River. The Paper Mill Village Bridge was originally named for a 1790 paper mill that was one of the state's first. This bridge was built by the son of Benjamin Sears, who build the Silk Road Bridge. The Paper Mill Village Bridge area provides enough room for tour buses to park and unload passengers offering photo opportunities to tour participants. Catch a glimpse of the waterfall below.
Dimensions: 125.5 feet long. 14.25 feet wide. 8.67 feet high at truss. 11.17 feet high at center.