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One of the oldest in NH just over the VT line. Easy to find with good directional signs. A very impressive bridge with some informational signs. If you are on a covered bridge tour, put this one on your list.
We visited this bridge on a little side trip through Woodsville. I had seen pictures and wanted to visit. I’m so glad we did. The bridge has spillways under it. It spans 256 ft.
According to New Hampshire Department of Transportation records, this is the...More
1829 historic covered bridge over the Ammonoosuc River joining Bath and Woodsville. Walk across the bridge and enjoy the craftmanship. Great view of bridge and flowing water from the highway bridge next to the historic site.
Just the nature all around and a bridge in great shape but still has the old characters to them absolutely wonderful.Btyful waterfall and the best part is the brick store at the end which another must stop to see a ice cream called at the...More
Gorgeous, long covered bridge with waterfalls below. No cars can cross it anymore, so it is a nice walk across the span. The inside of the bridge is especially impressive. Grew up near here and never realized how nice it was. Worth a visit.
The bridge has been revamped to like new condition while retaining all of the charm and originality of its former glory. It is BEAUTIFUL! No trip to this area is complete without a ride through it. It's been a family tradition for years and years.
The bridge is easily accessible from the Town of Woodsville, NH. It is longer than most, and it has been renovated. Not all covered bridges are constructed in the same way, so it is interesting to note the various styles. Originally built in 1829, it...More
Since we were driving US 302 from Vermont into New Hampshire, we stopped to see the Haverhill-Bath Bridge. The bridge is actually in Woodsville Village between the towns of Bath and Haverhill; it is just off US 302 on NH 135. The 256’ bridge spans...More