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
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
McGregor Bridge (Hillsborough County, New Hampshire)
Rated 98% with 2 votes
Lost Lenticular Truss Bridge over Merrimack River on Bridge Street
Destroyed by flooding
Built in 1881 by The Corrugated Metal Co. - Lost 20 March 1936 to the "Great Flood"
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
Removed but not replaced
Built 1909; South span destroyed & replaced 1936; Bypassed in 1976; demolished July 2017
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
Livermore Falls Bridge (Grafton County, New Hampshire)
Rated 91% with 14 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
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
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
Nutting Road Bridge (Cheshire County, New Hampshire)
Rated 88% with 3 votes
Stone arch bridge over Brook on Nutting Road in Jaffrey
Open to traffic
Built 1935
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
Restored 2015 and open to pedestrian traffic
Built 1918; Rehabilitated 2015
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