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The bridges across the Connecticut River connecting Vermont and New Hampshire are owned by New Hampshire. This includes not only the bridges but also the entire Connecticut River, all the way to the low-water mark on the western bank1. This ownership extends to the responsibility for bridge maintenance and upkeep costs2. For instance, the Cheshire Bridge spanning the Connecticut River between Charlestown, New Hampshire, and Springfield, Vermont, was purchased by the state of New Hampshire in 19923. Similarly, the cost of a project on a bridge between Springfield and Charlestown was entirely borne by New Hampshire.

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16 Cheshire Ave.
Charlestown, NH 03603