Waterloo Covered Bridge
Dalton Covered Bridge #12
The Dalton Covered Bridge spans the Warner River in Warner, NH. Built in 1853 the bridge is of Long truss construction and measures 77 feet long.
Turkey Jim's Covered Bridge #42
Located in Campton, NH, Turkey Jim's Covered Bridge spans the West Branch Brook. Erected in 1958, this Queenpost truss bridge is 61 feet long.
Stark Covered Bridge #37
The Stark Covered Bridge spans the Upper Ammonoosuc River in Stark, NH. This Paddleford truss bridge was built in 1862 and is 134 feet long.
County Covered Bridge #8
The County bridge is located beteen the towns of Hancock and Greenfield New Hampshire and spans the Contoocok River. This Pratt truss bridge was built in 1937 and is 87 feet long.
Keniston Covered Bridge #15
The Keniston Covered Bridge spans the Blackwater River in Andover, NH. The Lattice truss bridge was built in 1882 and is 64 feet long.
Bath Covered Bridge #28
Located in Bath, NH, the bridge spans the Ammonoosuc River. It was constructed using Burr trusses, is 375 feet long and was built in 1832.
Clarksville Covered Bridge #34
The Clarksville bridge is 89 feet long and spans the Connecticut River between Clarksville and Pittsburg. This Paddleford truss bridge was built in 1876.
Blacksmith Covered Bridge
Located in Cornish, NH, the bridge spans Mill Brook. The Kingpost bridge was built in 1881 and is 91 feet long.
Corbin Covered Bridge #17
The Corbin Covered Bridge spans the Croydon Branch of the Sugar River in Newport, NH. Built in 1845 using Town lattice trusses the bridge is 96 feet long.
Swiftwater Covered Bridge #29
The second of three covered bridges in Bath, NH, the Swiftwater Covered Bridge spans the Ammonoosuc River and is 159 feet long. This Paddleford truss bridge was built in 1849.
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