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New Hampshire Covered BridgesAlbany

Albany (1858 – 120 ft.)
Crosses: Swift River
Location: North of Kancamagus highway, 6 miles west of NH Rte 16 at Conway Village
Long trusses, added shallow arch. Wood floor timbers replaced by steel stringers.

Bartlett

Bartlett (1857 – 166 ft. 10 in.)
Crosses: Saco River
Location: West of US Rte 202, 4 1/2 miles east of Bartlett Village.
Paddleford truss, added arch. Bypassed by highway in 1030 and closed. Rebilt and houses a gift shop.

Bath

Swiftwater Covered Bridge - New Hampshire Covered Bridge photo by Rick Rock Multimedia Inc. www.nhliving.comBath (1832 – 4-span 374 ft. 6 in.)
Crosses: Ammonoosuc River
Location: West of NH Rte 302 at Bath Village.
Burr truss, old hewed arches. New arches added when the bridge was raised over a railroad.

 

Swiftwater (1819 – 158 ft. 4 in.)
Crosses: Wild Ammonoosuc River
Location: North of NH Rte 112 on Valley Road
Paddleford truss, added arch. Rebuilt in 1997. Peir added in 1988 making spansof 57 ft. 6 in. and 77 ft. 6 in. clear spanning sections.

Campton

Blair (1869 – 2-span 292 ft. 10 in.)
Crosses: Pemigewasset River
Location: East of US Rte 3, 2 miles north of Livermore Falls
Long truss construction. Rebuilt in 1977 by Milton and Arnold Graton.

Bump (1877 – 68 ft. 4 ft.)
Crosses: Beebe River
Location: 1 mile east of NH Rte 175, Campton Hollow
Queenpost truss, supported by horses instead of abutments, lengthwise running siding.
Built in 1972 by Arnold Graton. This covered bridge is a replica of the old bridge.

Turkey Jim’s (1883 – 60 ft. 6 in.)
Crosses: West Branch Brook
Location: 1/2 mile North of US Rte 3 at Campton
Queenpost truss. Repaired in 1950 by Milton and Arnold Graton. The bridge was washed downstream in 1964, but was retrieved.

Conway

Saco River (1890 – 2-span 224 ft. 9 in.)
Crosses: Saco River
Location: 1/4 mlie north of NH Rte 16 at Conway Village
Paddleford truss, added arch, and 2 sidewalks. Built by Charles and Frank Broughton.

Swift River (1869 – 128 ft. 4 in.)
Crosses: Swift River
Loaction: 1/2 mile north of NH Rte 16 at Conway Village
Paddleford truss, added arch. Built by Jacob Berry and Jacob Berry, jr. Original bridge was built in 1850 by John Douglas, but it was carried away in a flood in 1869.

Haverhill

Woodsville (1829 – 2-span 256 ft. 3 in.)
Crosses: Ammonoosuc River
Location: NH Rte 135, 1/4 miles north of US Rte 302 at Woodsville Village
Town lattice truss, sidewalk on one side, saltbox effect. Oldest covered bridge still in use in New Hampshire.

Jackson

Honeymoon Bridge aka The Kissing Bridge (1876 – 121 ft. 11 in.)
Crosses: Ellis River
Location: Jct of NH Rte 16A and NH Rte 16 at Jackson Village
Paddleford truss with sidewalk. repaired in 1939. Rebuilt in 1965 to improve visibility.

Lincoln

Flume (1871 – 121ft. 11 in.)
Crosses: Pemigewasset River
Location: East of US Rte 3 in Flume Reservation
Spans Flume Gorge at the pool, foot traffic only

Sentinel Pine (1939 – 60 ft. 5 in.)
Crosses: Pemigewasset River
East of US Rte 3 in Flume Reservation
Spans Flume Gorge at pool, foor traffic only.

North Woodstock

Clark’s Trading Post (1904 – 120 ft.)
Crosses: Pemigewasset River
Location: Clarks Trading Post
Howe truss, originally built in Barre, VT. Dismantled and erected over the Pemigewasset as part of Clarks Trading Post Short Steam Railroad Line and Museum.

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Discover great NH Covered Bridges in every region. Great North Woods, White Mountains, Lakes Region, Dartmouth-Sunapee, Monadnock, Merrimack Valley and Seacoast.

Discover great NH Covered Bridges in every region. Great North Woods, White Mountains, Lakes Region, Dartmouth-Sunapee, Monadnock, Merrimack Valley and Seacoast.

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