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Bement Covered Bridge
Bement Covered Bridge
Scenic in Bradford, NH USA

This is the third bridge at this location. Tradition has it that Colonel Stephen H. Long, a Hopkinton native and a member of the U.S. Army Topographical Engineers, built the bridge entirely of hemlock. No evidence was found however to support or dispute the claim.


Blacksmith Shop Covered Bridge
Blacksmith Shop Covered Bridge
Scenic in Cornish, NH USA

The Blacksmith Shop Bridge was built by James Tasker. The bridge was used by only one family and given its name because of its close proximity to a local blacksmith shop that once stood in an area know as Slab City.

Blow-Me-Down Covered Bridge
Blow-Me-Down Covered Bridge
Scenic in Cornish, NH USA

The bridge was build by James Tasker. The structure was repaired by Milton Graton and his son Arnold in 1980. The restoration was made possible with the aid from a federal Historic Preservation Fund matching grant from the National Park Service of the U.S.

Cilleyville Covered Bridge
Cilleyville Covered Bridge
Scenic in Andover, NH USA

The structure was built by a local carpenter by the name of Print Atwood. He was assisted by Al Emerson and Charles Wilson. Local folklore suggests that during construction, Emerson and Wilson became upset and cut some of the timbers short, causing the bridge to tilt.

Corbin Covered Bridge
Corbin Covered Bridge
Scenic in Newport, NH USA

The state suggested closing the bridge in May 1979, but the town reduced the posted weight limit from six to three tons. It was rehabilitated by the state in 1980 at a cost of $43,000.


Dingleton Hill Covered Bridge
Dingleton Hill Covered Bridge
Scenic in Cornish, NH USA

The bridge was built by James Tasker who is known to have built at least eleven bridges in the area. It was assembled in a schoolyard and then transported to the site. The farmers who used it would occasionally repair it.

Meriden Covered Bridge
Meriden Covered Bridge
Scenic in Plainfield, NH USA

The current bridge is the third one on this site. The previous two were open timber structures. The present bridge was built by James Tasker for a fee of $465. Levi Sanderson was paid $220 for building the bridge abutments.

Packard Hill Covered Bridge
Packard Hill Covered Bridge
Scenic in Lebanon, NH USA

Between 1780 and 1790 an open timber bridge without railings was constructed at this location for Ichabod Packard. The bridge served Mr. Packard's home on the north side of the river and his mill, a combined sawmill and gristmill, located on the south side.

Pier Covered Bridge
Pier Covered Bridge
Scenic in Newport, NH USA

The current bridge was built in 1907 by the Boston and Maine Railroad to replace a wood lattice bridge constructed in 1871-1872 by the Sugar River Railroad.


Waterloo Covered Bridge
Waterloo Covered Bridge
Scenic in Warner, NH USA

The structure was completely rebuilt in 1857 by Dutton Woods of Contoocook. It was rebuilt a second time in 1970, at a cost of $16,300 under the state Town Bridge Aid Program. Finally, the bridge was rehabilitated by the state in 1987 at a cost of $3,000.

Wright's Covered Bridge
Wright's Covered Bridge
Scenic in Newport, NH USA

The bridge was built in 1906 by the Bridge and Building Department of the Boston and Maine Railroad. It replaced a wooden bridge built by the Sugar River Railroad in 1871 and 1872. The Sugar River line merged with the Concord and Claremont Railroad in 1873.


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