Expedition Team: Dave Miller, Rosie Miller Expedition Date: June 10, 2008
Connecting Somerset Bridge with mainland Bermuda is the world’s smallest drawbridge. Only the mast of a sailboat can fit through it. The bridge is mentioned in Bermuda’s Parliament in 1620 and appears on a Bermuda map in 1624. The drawbridge is opened by hand, creating a 32 inch gap allowing for the passage of a sailboat’s mast. Rosie is shown stepping over the drawbridge trapdoor (Photo#2).