NH - South Meadow Road Trestle
Bridge has since been demolished and replaced with a single-span beam bridge for the Columbia Greenway.
Photo taken by Ian Martin in January 2013
BH Photo #311960
A 1916 photo on the Columbia Greenway website (http://columbiagreenway.org/Railroad.php; second photo) shows a multi-span stringer/girder bridge with brownstone piers, which I would guess is this bridge's predecessor. Even though the photo is labeled as "tin bridge," a name associated with the Little River crossing just south of here, that bridge only has one stringer span on each approach. That would put this bridge's construction at mid-20th century, which is at least partially confirmed by the resemblance to the approach construction on the 1950 Salmon Brook Bridge in CT. Still a cool bridge though and a shame that Westfield decided to replace it rather than rehabilitate it for the trail.