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List of bridges on the National Register of Historic Places in New Hampshire

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List of bridges on the National Register of Historic Places in New Hampshire

This is a list of bridges and tunnels on the National Register of Historic Places in the U.S. state of New Hampshire.[1]

Name Image Built Listed Location County Type
Ashuelot Covered Bridge ca. 1864 1981-02-20 Ashuelot
Cheshire Town lattice truss
Bath Covered Bridge Bath Covered Bridge 1832 1976-09-01 Bath
Grafton Burr truss
Bedell Covered Bridge 1866 1975-05-28 Haverhill
Grafton Burr arch truss
Bement Covered Bridge 1854 1976-11-21 Bradford
Merrimack
Blow-Me-Down Covered Bridge 1877 1978-05-19 Plainfield
Sullivan Kingpost truss
Bog Bridge Bog Bridge 1887 1989-03-16 Andover
Merrimack Town through truss
Carleton Bridge Carleton Bridge 1975-06-10 East Swanzey
Cheshire Queenpost truss
Cold River Bridge McDermott Bridge 1869 1973-05-17 Langdon
Sullivan Town lattice truss
Columbia Covered Bridge 1912 1976-12-12 Columbia
Coos Howe truss
Coombs Covered Bridge Coombs Covered Bridge 1837 1976-11-21 Winchester
Cheshire Town truss
Cornish-Windsor Covered Bridge 1866 1976-11-21 Cornish
Sullivan Town lattice truss
County Farm Bridge 1885 1981-05-14 Wilton
Hillsborough Stone arch
County Farm Bridge ca. 1875 1975-05-21 Dover
Strafford Howe truss
Dalton Covered Bridge Dalton Bridge 1853 1976-11-21 Warner
Merrimack Panel truss
Dingleton Hill Covered Bridge Dingleton Hill Covered Bridge 1882, 1883 1978-11-08 Cornish Mills
Sullivan Kingpost truss
Durgin Bridge Durgin Bridge 1869 1983-09-22 Sandwich
Carroll Paddleford truss
Gilsum Stone Arch Bridge Gilsum Stone Arch Bridge 1863 1989-08-31 Gilsum
Cheshire Dry masonry stone arch
Goffstown Covered Railroad Bridge 1901 1975-06-18 Goffstown
Hillsborough Town pratt truss; destroyed by fire.
Great Hollow Road Stone Arch Bridge Great Hollow Road Stone Arch Bridge 1914 1997-05-12 Hanover
Grafton Stone arch
Hancock-Greenfield Bridge Hancock-Greenfield Bridge 1937 1981-05-05 Hancock
Hillsborough Teco pratt timber truss
Haverhill-Bath Covered Bridge Haverhill-Bath Covered Bridge 1829 1977-04-18 Woodsville
Grafton Town lattice truss
Hillsborough Railroad Bridge 1903 1975-06-10 Hillsborough
Hillsborough Town lattice truss; destroyed by fire.
Hopkinton Railroad Covered Bridge 1849, 1889, 1936 1980-01-11 Contoocook
Merrimack Town pratt truss; crosses Contoocook River
Keniston Bridge Keniston Bridge 1882 1989-03-16 Andover
Merrimack Town through truss
Kenyon Bridge Kenyon Bridge 1882 1978-05-22 Cornish City
Sullivan Multiple kingpost truss
Meadow Bridge Meadow Bridge 1897 2003-12-10 Shelburne
Coos Multiple steel truss
Meriden Bridge Meriden Bridge ca. 1880 1980-08-27 Meriden
Sullivan Multiple kingpost truss
Mount Orne Covered Bridge 1911 1976-12-12 Lancaster
Coos Howe truss
Pier Bridge Pier Bridge 1907 1975-06-10 Newport
Sullivan Town lattice truss
Piermont Bridge Piermont Bridge 1928 2001-06-06 Piermont
Grafton Pennsylvania through truss
Pineground Bridge Pineground Bridge 1887 2004-03-10 Chichester
Merrimack Lenticular through truss
Prentiss Bridge Prentiss Bridge ca. 1874 1973-05-24 Langdon
Sullivan Town lattice truss
Rowell's Covered Bridge Rowell's Bridge 1852, 1853 1976-11-21 West Hopkinton
Merrimack Long patent truss;Burr arch
Samuel Morey Memorial Bridge The Samuel Morey Memorial Bridge 1936, 1938 1997-12-08 Orford
Grafton Steel arch
Sawyers Crossing Covered Bridge Cresson Bridge 1859 1978-11-14 Swanzey
Cheshire Town truss
Slate Covered Bridge Slate Covered Bridge 1862 1978-11-14 Westport
Cheshire Town lattice truss
Stark Covered Bridge Stark Covered Bridge ca. 1857 1980-12-01 Groveton
Coos Paddleford truss
Stone Arch Bridge Stone Arch Bridge 2012-8-12 Keene
Cheshire
Stone Arch Underpass Stone Arch Underpass 1848 1985-09-12 Lebanon
Grafton
Sulphite Railroad Bridge Sulphite Railroad Bridge 1897 1975-06-11 Franklin
Merrimack Pratt truss
Swiftwater Covered Bridge Swiftwater Bridge 1849 1976-11-21 Bath
Grafton Paddleford truss
Tilton Island Park Bridge Tilton Island Park Bridge 1858, 1881 1980-03-21 Tilton
Belknap Truesdell truss
Waterloo Covered Bridge Waterloo Covered Bridge 1859, 1860 1976-11-21 Waterloo
Merrimack Town lattice truss
West Swanzey Covered Bridge West Swanzey Covered Bridge 1832 1980-02-29 West Swanzey
Cheshire Town truss
Whittier Bridge Whittier Bridge ca. 1870 1984-03-15 Ossipee
Carroll Paddleford truss
Wright's Bridge Wright's Bridge 1906 1975-06-10 Newport
Sullivan Town lattice truss
Corbin Covered Bridge Corbin Covered Bridge Listed 1976-12-06
Removed 1993-09-02
Newport Sullivan Town lattice truss; rebuilt after a 1993 fire.

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