BROOKFIELD, Vt. A tiny Vermont town's famous wooden floating bridge believed to be the only one of its kind in the country has been rebuilt and was reopened Saturday with fanfare, including a parade with a bagpiper, high school marching band, oxen team, horses, and antique cars crossing the new span Saturday. Just not all at once.

The Brookfield bridge on Route 65 a state highway that is unpaved through the village has been closed for seven years after its floatation system started to fail, causing it to be partially submerged.

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