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New Hamsphire Covered Bridges

Guest Author - Jeanne Daigle

There are fifty-four covered bridges still in existence of the over four hundred built in New Hampshire. Each bridge in New Hampshire has been given a number. Here is a list of them. As I visit them I will take pictures and add in an article.

iconiconBridge # - NH town - Name of Bridge

  1. Winchester - Ashuelot
  2. Winchester - Coombs
  3. No Longer Exists
  4. Swanzey - Slate
  5. Swanzey - West Swanzey
  6. Swanzey - Sawyers Crossing
  7. Swanzey - Carleton
  8. Hancock - Greenfield County
  9. Hopkinton - Rowell's
  10. Hopkinton Railroad Bridge
  11. No Longer Exists
  12. Warner - Waterloo
  13. Warner - Dalton
  14. Bradford - Bement
  15. Andover - Keniston
  16. Andover - Cilleyville
  17. Newport - Corbin
  18. Langdon - Cold River
  19. Langdon - Drewsville
  20. Cornish - Windsor
  21. Cornish - Blacksmith Shop Bridge
  22. Cornish - Dingleton
  23. Cornish - Blow-Me-Down
  24. Plainfield - Meriden
  25. Lyme - Edgell
  26. No Longer Exists
  27. Haverhill - Bath
  28. Bath
  29. Bath - Swiftwater
  30. Lancaster - Lunenburg, Vermont
  31. Lancaster - Mechanic Street
  32. Northumberland - Groveton
  33. Columbia - Leminton, Vermont
  34. Pittsburg - Clarksville
  35. Pittsburg - Happy Corner
  36. Pittsburg - River Road
  37. Stark - Stark
  38. Lincoln - Sentinel Pine
  39. Lincoln - Flume
  40. No Longer Exists
  41. Campton - Blair
  42. Campton - Turkey Jim's
  43. Campton - Bump
  44. Plymouth - Smith
  45. Sandwich - Durgin
  46. Ossipee - Whittier
  47. Conway - Swift River
  48. Conway - Saco River
  49. Albany - Albany
  50. Bartlett - Bartlett
  51. Jackson - Honeymoon
  52. No Longer Exists
  53. No Longer Exists
  54. No Longer Exists
  55. No Longer Exists
  56. No Longer Exists
  57. Newport Pier (Chandler Station)
  58. Newport - Wright's
  59. No Longer Exists
  60. Hillsboro - Hillsboro Railroad
  61. Concord-Covered Truss
  62. Franklin - Sulphite
  63. Henniker- New England College
  64. North Woodstock - Clark's Trading Post

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