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US 2 Bridge, Lancaster

Connecticut River Bridge

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The U.S. Route 2 Bridge, also known as the Rogers’ Rangers Bridge, spans the Connecticut River between Lancaster, New Hampshire, and Guildhall, Vermont. The original bridge, a 398-foot long two-span High Parker Steel Through Truss structure, was built in 1950 but suffered from environmental deterioration and vehicular impact damage over the years. The bridge was replaced with a new 400-foot long two-span steel girder structure located upstream of the existing structure. This allowed traffic to be maintained on the old bridge during the construction of the new one. The new bridge, completed in 2020, is a modern structure designed to carry greater loads than the previous bridge and is an essential part of the region’s transportation infrastructure.

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Bridge St.
Lancaster, NH 03584