Turning west from road 12 into Cox Brook Road, you will find three covered bridges within half a km. The first one is Station Bridge, also pictured by Galahad. The third one is at a good spot to cool your feet in summer.
A fourth bridge is in Slaughterhouse road, the next side-road to the west when driving south on road no 12.
Very confusing name for this covered bridge, as the plate on the bridge is labelled "1872 Town Lattice" and a noticeboard nearby shows 6 different covered bridges 4 of which were built in 1872. I hadn't noticed until I looked more closely that in the background the road crosses the railway.
Since posting this tip I have learnt that on the other side of the railway is another covered bridge and that there is a third one after another 400 yards/meters.
I don't know how typical this store was of the old-fashioned American General Store but it lived up to our expectations as to how a 21st century general store would appear. OK, it didn't have the horse outside tied up to the rail !!!