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Main Street Bridge, Whethersfield

Connecticut River Bridge

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The Main Street Bridge, also known as the Ascutney Bridge, is a significant structure that spans the Connecticut River, connecting Claremont, New Hampshire, and Weathersfield, Vermont. This steel girder bridge was built in 1969 to replace a previous three-span steel Parker truss structure that was constructed in 1908. The current bridge is a four-span continuous welded plate girder structure with a length of 467 feet 8 inches. It was built by the state of New Hampshire at a cost of $54,444. The bridge underwent a deck rehabilitation in 1991, underscoring the commitment to its upkeep.

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NH Highway 12
Ascutney, VT 05030