Top Ranked New Hampshire Bridges

Cheshire Rail Trail - Stone Arch Bridge (Cheshire County, New Hampshire)
Rated 100% with 2 votes
Stone arch bridge over Branch River on Railroad (Abandoned)
Open to pedestrians
Built 1847
McIndoe Falls Bridge (Grafton County, New Hampshire)
Rated 100% with 2 votes
Through truss bridge over Connecticut River on Monroe Road in Monroe
Open to traffic
Built 1930 by the American Bridge Co.; Rehabilitated 2006
Beechers Falls Bridge (Coos County, New Hampshire)
Rated 99% with 2 votes
Steel arch bridge over Connecticut River on Bridge Street in Stewartstown
Open to traffic
Built 1930; rehabilitated 1971
Russell Hill Road Bridge 29-06-P1 (Hillsborough County, New Hampshire)
Rated 99% with 2 votes
Wooden boxed pony truss bridge over Blood Brook on Russell Hill Road in Wilton
Open to Pedestrians
Built 1860; Rebuilt 1930; Rehabilitated 1973
Gleason Falls Bridge, Stone Arch (Hillsborough County, New Hampshire)
Rated 99% with 2 votes
Stone arch bridge over Beards Brook on Road
Open to traffic
Henniker Road Covered Bridge 29-07-62x (Merrimack County, New Hampshire)
Rated 99% with 2 votes
Lost Covered Briggs lattice truss bridge over Contoocook River on Old Route 9 & 202
Replaced
Built 1862 Replaced 1936
Nutting Road Bridge (Cheshire County, New Hampshire)
Rated 98% with 2 votes
Stone arch bridge over Brook on Nutting Road in Jaffrey
Open to traffic
Built 1935
Mount Washington Cog Railway (Coos County, New Hampshire)
Rated 98% with 2 votes
Timber stringer bridge over Ammonoosic River/Mount Washington/Several intermittent streams on Mount Washington Cog Railway
Open to traffic
Built 1868
Elm Street Bridge (Hillsborough County, New Hampshire)
Rated 98% with 2 votes
Stone arch bridge over Souhegan River on Elm Street in Milford
Open to traffic
Built 1917; rehabilitated 1952
Stoddard Stone Arch Bridge (Cheshire County, New Hampshire)
Rated 97% with 2 votes
Stone arch bridge over North Branch Contoocook River next to NH 9
Open to pedestrians only
Built 1852
Gilmore Pond Road Bridge (Cheshire County, New Hampshire)
Rated 97% with 2 votes
Stone arch bridge over Mountain Brook on Gilmore Pond Road in Jaffrey
Open to traffic
Built 1920
Kilburn Brook Bridge (Cheshire County, New Hampshire)
Rated 97% with 2 votes
Stone arch bridge over Kilburn Brook on NH 119 in Hinsdale
Open to traffic
Built 1900; rehabilitated 1984
Roaring Brook Arch (Cheshire County, New Hampshire)
Rated 97% with 2 votes
Stone arch bridge over Roaring Brook on Abandoned Railroad Grade
Open to pedestrians
Baker River Bridge (Grafton County, New Hampshire)
Rated 97% with 3 votes
Bypassed through truss bridge over Baker River on Wentworth Village Road in Wentworth
Removed July 2016 and replaced by a relocated non-authentic Pratt truss covered bridge relocated from Hillsborough County 2016
Built 1909, removed July 2016
Iron Furnace Bridge (Grafton County, New Hampshire)
Rated 97% with 2 votes
Pin-connected Lenticular pony truss bridge over a tributary of Gale River on a pedestrian path
Open to pedestrians only
Built 1889 by the Berlin Iron Bridge Co.; Relocated and converted to pedestrian use 2001
Sawyer Bridge (Hillsborough County, New Hampshire)
Rated 97% with 2 votes
Stone arch bridge over North Branch River in Hillsborough
Open to pedestrians only
Built 1867; bypassed 1988
Temple Brook Bridge (Hillsborough County, New Hampshire)
Rated 97% with 5 votes
Stone arch bridge over Temple Brook on NH 45 in Temple
Open to traffic
Built 1951; rehabilitated 1971
Hampton Falls River Bridge (Rockingham County, New Hampshire)
Rated 97% with 2 votes
Stone arch bridge over Hampton Falls River on NH 84 in Hampton Falls
Open to traffic
Built 1900; rehabilitated 1953
Blair Covered Bridge 29-05-09 (Grafton County, New Hampshire)
Rated 96% with 3 votes
Covered bridge over Pemigewasset River on Blair Road in Campton
Open to traffic
Built 1869; Restored 1977 & 2013/14
2nd New Hampshire Turnpike North Bridge (Hillsborough County, New Hampshire)
Rated 96% with 2 votes
Warren pony truss with all verticals bridge on 2nd New Hampshire Turnpike North
Open to traffic
Built 2010
Durgin Covered Bridge 29-02-07 (Carroll County, New Hampshire)
Rated 95% with 3 votes
Covered bridge over Cold River on Durgin Bridge Road in Sandwich
Open to traffic
Built 1869; rehabilitated 1966
Ammonoosuc Rail-Trail - Ammonoosuc River Bridge (Grafton County, New Hampshire)
Rated 95% with 2 votes
Skewed Baltimore through truss bridge over Ammonoosuc River on Ammonoosuc Rail-Trail (Former Railroad)
Open to pedestrians only
Built by Boston & Maine RR; line taken over by New Hampshire & Vermont RR, bridge abandoned 1997
Pineground Bridge (Merrimack County, New Hampshire)
Rated 95% with 7 votes
Pin connected Lenticular through truss bridge over Suncook River in Chichester
Open to pedestrians only since 1978, renovation completed in 1981
Built 1887 by the Berlin Iron Bridge Co.; Closed to traffic 1978; Bypassed and rehabilitated for pedestrian use 1981
Sewalls Falls Road Bridge (Merrimack County, New Hampshire)
Rated 95% with 6 votes
Through truss bridge over Merrimack River on Sewalls Falls Road
Truss structure removed. Replacement underway
Built 1915; rehabilitated 1936; Demolished in 2015-16
Bath Bridge 29-05-03 (Grafton County, New Hampshire)
Rated 94% with 4 votes
Covered bridge over Ammonoosuc River on West Bath Road in Bath
Open to traffic
Built 1832; rehabilitated 1987; rehabilitated 2013-14
Depot Street Bridge (Merrimack County, New Hampshire)
Rated 94% with 7 votes
Through truss bridge over Merrimack River on Old Canterbury Road in Boscawen
Removed but not replaced
Built 1907, Closed in 1965; Demolished 2014
Rollins Farm Overpass 29-09-P01 (Strafford County, New Hampshire)
Rated 94% with 4 votes
Howe pony truss bridge over Boston & Maine Railroad on Old Ham Road
Reported as closed to all traffic except snowmobiles in winter
Built 1904 rebuilt 1929
TSRD - Connecticut River Bridge (Coos County, New Hampshire)
Rated 93% with 2 votes
Through truss bridge over Connecticut River on Twin State Railroad
Derelict/abandoned
Built in 1928 by the American Bridge Co.
Lilac Bridge (Merrimack County, New Hampshire)
Rated 93% with 2 votes
Bypassed through truss bridge over Merrimack River in Hooksett
Closed to all traffic
Built 1909; South span destroyed & replaced 1936; Bypassed in 1976
Cornish-Windsor Covered Bridge 45-14-14 / 29-10-09 (Sullivan County, New Hampshire)
Rated 93% with 4 votes
Covered Town Lattice through truss bridge over Connecticut River between Cornish, NH, and Windsor, VT
Open to one-lane traffic
Built 1866; Tolls removed 1943; Rehabilitated 1989
Cheshire Rail Trail - Arch Street Overpass (Cheshire County, New Hampshire)
Rated 92% with 11 votes
Bridge over Arch Street on Railroad, Abandoned grade
Open to pedestrians only
Meadow Road Bridge (Coos County, New Hampshire)
Rated 92% with 2 votes
Pin connected Pratt through truss bridge over Androscoggin River in Shelburne
Closed to all traffic
Built 1897 by the Groton Bridge Co..; Bypassed in 1984; Two center spans removed from river and placed on banks in 2004
Green Bridge (Hillsborough County, New Hampshire)
Rated 91% with 2 votes
Lost through truss bridge over Souhegan River on Bypassed Historic in Milford
Demolished
Built 1910; rehabilitated 1973; Demolished 2015
Sulphite Railroad Covered Bridge 29-07-09 (Merrimack County, New Hampshire)
Rated 91% with 8 votes
Pratt deck truss bridge over Winnipesautee River on Former Boston & Maine Railroad (Franklin & Tilton Railroad)
Closed to all traffic
Built 1896 as Covered Pratt Deck Truss, Abandoned 1976, Outer wood burned off by vandals in 1980
CCRR - Glen Road Overpass (Grafton County, New Hampshire)
Rated 90% with 10 votes
Stone arch bridge over Glen Road on Claremont & Concord Railroad in Lebanon
Open to traffic
Built 1901
Livermore Falls Bridge (Grafton County, New Hampshire)
Rated 90% with 13 votes
Pin Connected Lenticular deck truss bridge over Pemigewasset River on Abandoned Road
Abandoned
Built 1885 by Berlin Iron Bridge Co.; Closed To Traffic 1959
Gilsum Stone Arch Bridge (Cheshire County, New Hampshire)
Rated 89% with 3 votes
Stone arch bridge over Ashuelot River on Old NH 10 in Gilsum
Open to traffic
Built 1863; rehabilitated 1951
Janice Peaslee Bridge (Coos County, New Hampshire)
Rated 89% with 2 votes
Through truss bridge over Connecticut River on Bog Road in Stratford
Open to traffic
Built 1893; rehabilitated 2005
WACR - Woodsville-Wells River Bridge (Grafton County, New Hampshire)
Rated 89% with 2 votes
Pin Connected Baltimore deck & through truss bridge over Connecticut River on Railroad (WACR)
Abandoned
Dual layer Baltimore truss bridge built in 1903, closed to car traffic 1917, closed to trains in 2001
Ammonoosuc Rail-Trail - Amonoosuc River Bridge (Littleton, W) (Grafton County, New Hampshire)
Rated 87% with 2 votes
Warren through truss bridge over Amonoosuc River on Amonoosuc Rail Trail
Open to pedestrians only
Built 1911 by Boston Bridge Works; Line abandoned 1997
Memorial Bridge (Old) (Rockingham County, New Hampshire)
Rated 85% with 3 votes
Vertical lift bridge over Piscataqua River on US 1 in Portsmouth
Demolished.
Built 1923, rehabilitated 1982, closed to vehicle traffic in 2011
Old Carr Bridge (Hillsborough County, New Hampshire)
Rated 84% with 2 votes
Stone arch bridge over Beard's Brook on Jones Road in Hillsborough
Open to traffic
Built in 1840 by Captain Jonathan Carr
PRRT - Snyder Brook Bridge (Coos County, New Hampshire)
Rated 82% with 6 votes
Boxed Howe pony truss bridge over Snyder Brook on Trail
In storage or disassembled
Built 1918
Ammonoosuc River Bridge (Grafton County, New Hampshire)
Rated 82% with 4 votes
Through truss bridge over Ammonoosuc River on NH 142 in Bethlehem
Open to traffic
Built 1928 by the American Bridge Company; rehabilitated 1998
MEC - Willey Brook Bridge (Carroll County, New Hampshire)
Rated 81% with 2 votes
Lost Double-intersection Warren deck truss bridge over Willey Brook on Portland & Ogdensburg Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge
Rail-Trail Connecticut River Bridge (Coos County, New Hampshire)
Rated 80% with 3 votes
Baltimore through truss bridge over Connecticut River (formerly MEC and NSRC railroads)
Open to pedestrians
Built in 1902 by the American Bridge Company.
Sugar River Trail - Wright's Covered Railroad Bridge 29-10-04#2 (Sullivan County, New Hampshire)
Rated 80% with 3 votes
Covered bridge over Sugar River on the Sugar River Trail (former Boston & Maine Railroad)
Open to pedestrians
Built 1905-06
Tilton Island Park Bridge (Belknap County, New Hampshire)
Rated 77% with 2 votes
Truesdell pony truss bridge over Winnipesautee River on Pedestrian Trail
Open to pedestrians
Built 1881
East Thetford Road Bridge (Grafton County, New Hampshire)
Rated 76% with 3 votes
Through truss bridge over Connecticut River on East Thetford Road in Lyme
Open to traffic
Built 1937
Ammonoosuc Rail-Trail - Amonoosuc River Bridge (Littleton, E) (Grafton County, New Hampshire)
Rated 75% with 2 votes
Pin connected Pratt through truss bridge over Ammonoosuc River on former Boston & Maine Railroad
Open to pedestrians only
Built by Boston & Maine RR; line taken over by New Hampshire & Vermont RR, bridge abandoned ca. 1997
General Sullivan Bridge (Strafford County, New Hampshire)
Rated 75% with 2 votes
Bypassed continuous truss bridge over Little Bay on Road in Dover
Open to pedestrians
Built 1934; rehabilitated 1950; bypassed in 1984
Old Sullivan Company Footbridge (Sullivan County, New Hampshire)
Rated 75% with 4 votes
Pratt through truss bridge over Sugar River on an old pedestrian access to former Sullivan Company mills.
Open to pedestrians
Connecticut River Bridge (Coos County, New Hampshire)
Rated 74% with 2 votes
Through truss bridge over Connecticut River on US 2 in Lancaster
Open to traffic
Built 1950 by the American Bridge Co.
Hopkinton Covered Railroad Bridge 29-07-07 (Merrimack County, New Hampshire)
Rated 73% with 4 votes
Double Lattice through truss bridge over Contoocook River on former Boston & Maine Railroad
Open to pedestrians
Built 1889, Washed off abutments and restored 1936 & 1938; Abandoned 1962; Restored 1990