Concord & Claremont Railroad

Reporting mark: CCRR
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B&M Railroad Bridge (Grafton County, New Hampshire)
Built 1945; Abandoned c. 1960's
Abandoned timber stringer bridge over Abandoned B&M Railroad on Abandoned road
Derelict/abandoned

BM - Mascoma River Bridge 140.83 (Grafton County, New Hampshire)
Abandoned pony/through plate girder bridge over Mascoma River on Abandoned B&M Railroad
Derelict/abandoned

BM - Sugar River Bridge 45.94 (Sullivan County, New Hampshire)
Deck plate girder bridge over Sugar River on Sugar River Trail/B&MRR
Open to traffic

CCRR - Connecticut River Bridge (Grafton County, New Hampshire)
Deck plate girder bridge over the Connecticut River on the former Claremont Concord Railroad Corporation
Open to traffic

CCRR - Glen Road Overpass (Grafton County, New Hampshire)
Built 1901
Stone arch bridge over Glen Road on Claremont & Concord Railroad in Lebanon
Open to traffic

CCRR - I-89 Bridge (Grafton County, New Hampshire)
Pony plate bridge over I-89 on abandoned Claremont Concord Railroad/Ped path
Open to pedestrians only

CCRR - Mascoma River Bridge 140.04 (Grafton County, New Hampshire)
Deck plate girder bridge over Mascoma River on CCRR/Northern Rail Trail
Open to pedestrians only

CCRR - Mascoma River Bridge 141.17 (Grafton County, New Hampshire)
Deck plate girder bridge over Mascoma River on CCRR
Intact but closed to all traffic

CCRR - Mascoma River Claremont Concord Railroad Bridge 141.28 (Grafton County, New Hampshire)
Deck plate girder bridge over Mascoma River on CCRR
Intact but closed to all traffic

CCRR - Mascoma Street Claremont Concord Railroad Bridge (Grafton County, New Hampshire)
Slab bridge over Mascoma on CCRR
Closed

Hopkinton Covered Railroad Bridge (Merrimack County, New Hampshire)
Built 1889, Washed off abutments and restored 1936 & 1938; Abandoned 1962; Restored 1990; Major rehab 2003; Fire suppression and fire proofing 2009; Removal of center shelving 2017; Erosion control fixes, minor siding repairs, new staining 2019
Double Lattice through truss bridge over Contoocook River on former Boston & Maine Railroad
Open to pedestrians