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Maple Street Bridge, West Lebanon

Connecticut River Bridge

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The Maple Street Bridge is a significant structure in West Lebanon, New Hampshire, spanning the Connecticut River. It’s part of the network of bridges that have historically facilitated commerce and travel between New Hampshire and Vermont. The first bridge over the Connecticut River from West Lebanon was opened around 1804. It was a toll bridge owned by Elias Lyman III.

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Maple Street
West Lebanon, NH 03784