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Enfield-Suffield Veterans Bridge

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The Enfield-Suffield Veterans Bridge, commonly known as the Enfield Bridge or Suffield Bridge, is a significant traffic crossing that connects the towns of Enfield and Suffield, Connecticut over the Connecticut River. It carries Route 190 and also serves as a pathway for the Windsor Locks Canal State Park Trail. This bridge is not to be confused with the historical Enfield-Suffield Covered Bridge, a wooden covered bridge that once stood between Enfield and Suffield, but was destroyed in a flood in 1900. There was also the Suffield and Thompsonville Bridge, an iron truss bridge between Suffield and Thompsonville (Enfield), whose stone piers still stand today.

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Franklin St.
Suffield, CT 06078