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Pittsburg-Clarksville Covered Bridge, Bacon Road

Connecticut River Covered Bridge

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The Pittsburg-Clarksville Covered Bridge, affectionately known as the Bacon Road Bridge, is a charming wooden bridge that spans the picturesque Connecticut River, creating a link between the towns of Pittsburg and Clarksville, New Hampshire. This 88-foot bridge is the northernmost covered bridge crossing the Connecticut River. It features a Paddleford truss design with added arches, adding to its historical and architectural significance. Although it was closed to traffic in 1981, the bridge remains a testament to the region’s heritage and a popular site for visitors exploring the scenic landscapes of northern New Hampshire.

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NH Division of Historical Resources
1413 Main St.
Pittsburg, NH 03592