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Columbia Covered Bridge, Columbia

Connecticut River Covered Bridge

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The Columbia Covered Bridge is a historic structure that spans the Connecticut River, connecting Columbia, New Hampshire, and Lemington, Vermont. This bridge, built in 1911-12, is one of only two New Hampshire bridges constructed with Howe trusses. It is considered one of the last covered bridges built during the historic era of covered bridge construction in both states. The bridge is 146 feet long and carries Columbia Bridge Road between United States Route 3 in New Hampshire and Vermont Route 102 in Vermont. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.

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NH Division of Historical Resources
Columbia Bridge Rd.
North Stratford, NH 03590