In 1935 a new bridge to Hanover, the Ledyard bridge, was being constructed. The temporary bridge was a pile bridge about 15 feet above the water. The spring high water took out about 75 feet of the bridge and they stretched a wire rope sidewalk over that gap for pedestrians. Norwich resident, Henry Barstow, recalled: “I thought it rather brave to walk over the deep river waters. I hung onto the wire rope as I walked across.”

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