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Scenery in White-Mountains, NH


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Flume Gorge
Flume Gorge Top Attraction!
Scenic in Lincoln, NH USA

The Flume is a natural gorge extending 800 feet at the base of Mount Liberty. The walls of Conway granite rise to a height of 70 to 90 feet and are 12 to 20 feet apart. A trip into the Flume begins and ends at the Flume Visitor's Center.


The Kancamagus Highway
The Kancamagus Highway Top Attraction!
Scenic in North Conway, NH USA

The Kancamagus Highway is a 34.5 mile scenic drive along NH's Rt. 112 in Northern New Hampshire that is well known as one of the best Fall Foliage viewing areas in the country.

Albany Covered Bridge
Albany Covered Bridge
Scenic in Conway, NH USA

The first bridge on this site was constructed in 1857 and destroyed by a windstorm in 1858. At that time, Amzi Russell and Leandre Morton entered into an agreement with the town to build a new bridge for $1,300 minus the amount previously paid for the original bridge.

Bartlett Covered Bridge
Bartlett Covered Bridge
Scenic in Bartlett, NH USA

The bridge was abandoned and closed to traffic in 1939. It was later rebuilt for $20,000. In the 1950s, it was used to store snow fence. In 1966 the bridge and land around it was sold to a private individual. It was repaired by Milton Graton that same year.

Bath Covered Bridge
Bath Covered Bridge
Scenic in Bath, NH USA

The current structure is the fifth bridge to stand on this site. The first was constructed in 1794 at a cost of $366.66. That bridge was demolished by a flood and replaced in 1806 at a cost of $1,000.


Bath-Haverhill Covered Bridge
Bath-Haverhill Covered Bridge
Scenic in Bath, NH USA

According to New Hampshire Department of Transportation records, this is the oldest covered bridge still in use in New Hampshire. It is the first and only bridge to be erected at this site.

Bump Covered Bridge
Bump Covered Bridge
Scenic in Campton, NH USA

The original Queenpost structure at this site was built in 1877. At one time the bridge was known as the Webber Bridge.

Clark's Covered Bridge
Clark's Covered Bridge
Scenic in North Woodstock, NH USA

Clark's Bridge was originally built in Barre, Vermont as a part of the Barre Railroad, a short line railroad which ran between Montpelier and Barre, Vermont. The bridge was built to span the Winooski River.

Honeymoon Covered Bridge
Honeymoon Covered Bridge
Scenic in Jackson, NH USA

This covered bridge was built by Charles Austin Broughton and his son Frank. Charles Broughton lived on the Broughton dairy farm on the east side of the Saco River. During the Civil War he was a sergeant in the 18th Regiment of the New Hampshire Volunteers, Company E.


Saco River Covered Bridge
Saco River Covered Bridge
Scenic in Conway, NH USA

In 1850, Jacob Berry and Peter Paddleford built a covered bridge to replace a crudely framed log bridge that had collapsed at this site. The 1850 bridge stood until the Swift River covered bridge crashed into it in 1869.

Swift River Covered Bridge
Swift River Covered Bridge
Scenic in Conway, NH USA

The first bridge on this site was built by John Douglass in 1850. It gave much needed access to the north using West Side Road and served local commerce well until the spring of 1869.


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