Rockingham County

Ash Street Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Lost steel rigid frame bridge over I-93 on Ash Street
Replaced by a new bridge
Built 1962; Demolished 2018 to make room for I-93 widening
Bartlet Street Pan Am Railways Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Pony/through plate girder bridge over Bartlett St on Pan Am Railways
1940 girder with flooring system
Black Hill Road Bridge   [Map]
Wooden bridge over Pawtuckaway River on Black Hill Road in Epping
Closed
Built 1930
BMRR Bridge   [Map]
Lost wooden bridge over BMRR on NH 27 in Hampton
Replaced by a new bridge
Built 1926; replaced 2006
BMRR Bridge   [Map]
Wooden bridge over BMRR on New Road in Newfields
Open to traffic
Built 1930
Calef Highway Bridge   [Map]
Bridge over Lamprey River on Calef Highway
Removed but not replaced
Castle Hill Road Bridge   [Map]
Wooden bridge over Beaver Brook on Castle Hill Road in Pelham
Destroyed by severe weather
Built 1920; rehabilitated 1973; closed indefinitely after damage from flooding in 2006; collapsed under weight of a blizzard in 2017
Cedar Road Bridge   [Map]
Wooden bridge over BMRR on Cedar Road in North Hampton
Open to traffic
Built 1920; rehabilitated 2002
Chester Covered Bridge 29-08-m   [Map]
Pratt through truss bridge over Wason Pond
Open to pedestrians only
Built 2011
Clark Pond Footbridge   [Map]
Girder bridge over Clark Pond on Rockingham Recreational Trail
Open to pedestrians
Exact history unknown. Substructure definitely is original to the former railroad at this location, and the superstructure may be as well. Deck is not original
Coteville Road Bridge   [Map]
Abandoned timber stringer bridge over Derry Rail-Trail on Coteville Road
Closed to all traffic with "Keep Off Bridge" signs posted
Built 1942
Dover Point Bridge   [Map]
Lost Bridge over Great Bay
Replaced by a new bridge
Built 1915
Exeter River Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Concrete tee beam bridge over Exeter River on Nh108
Open to traffic
Built 1935
Fremont Exeter River Bridge   [Map]
Pony/through girder bridge over Exeter River on Rockingham Recreational Trail
Open to pedestrians and permitted motorized trail vehicles
Appears to have been a former railroad bridge, but unknown whether it was relocated to serve the trail or if the trail was originally a railroad
Garden Road Bridge   [Map]
Concrete arch bridge over Little River on Garden Road in Plaistow
Replaced by a new bridge
Built 1930
General Sullivan Bridge   [Map]
Bypassed continuous truss bridge over Little Bay on former US 4 in Dover
Intact but closed to all traffic
Built 1934; rehabilitated 1950; bypassed in 1984; Closed 2018
Giles Road Bridge   [Map]
Wooden bridge over BMRR on Giles Road in East Kingston
Open to traffic
Built 1920; rehabilitated 1992
Hampton Falls River Bridge   [Map]
Stone arch bridge over Hampton Falls River on NH 84 in Hampton Falls
Open to traffic
Built 1900; rehabilitated 1953
Hampton River Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Bascule bridge over Hampton River on NH 1A in Hampton
Open to traffic
Built 1949; rehabilitated 1984
Haverhill Road Bridge   [Map]
Concrete rigid frame bridge over Spicket River on Haverhill Road
Open to traffic
Built 2008
Hodgson Brook Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Stone culvert bridge over Hodgson Brook on Bartlett St
Open to traffic
1901 Masonary culvert
Lady Isle Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Warren pony truss bridge over Piscatiqua River on Belle Isle Road
Open to traffic
Lafayette Road Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Pony/through plate girder bridge over BMRR on Lafayette Road (US 1)
Open to traffic
Built 1936; rehabilitated 1977
Little Bay Bridge   [Map]
Steel stringer bridge over Little Bay Inlet (Piscataqua River) on Spaulding Turnpike
Open to traffic
Built 1966 as replacement for General Sullivan Bridge; extensively rehabiliated and rebuilt 2018
Little River Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Concrete arch bridge over Little River on NH 121A in Plaistow
Open to traffic
Built 1900; rehabilitated 1969
Main Street -Lamprey River (Old)   [Map]
Bridge
Replaced by a new bridge
Mallard Road Bridges   [Map]
Concrete rigid frame bridge over Mallard Road on Windham Rail-Trail & Concrete slab bridge over Flatrock Brook on Mallard Road
Open to traffic
Memorial Bridge (New)   [Map · Street View]
Through truss bridge over Piscatiqua River on US 1
Open
Built 2012-13, Opened August 2013
Memorial Bridge (Old)   [Map]
Vertical lift bridge over Piscataqua River on US 1 in Portsmouth
Demolished.
Built 1923, rehabilitated 1982, closed to vehicle traffic in 2011
Moeckel Road Bridge   [Map]
Wooden bridge over Golden Brook on Moeckel Road in Pelham
Closed to all traffic
Built 1920; rehabilitated 1982
New Market Bridge   [Map]
Lost Bridge over Squamscott River on New Hampshire Route 108
No longer exists
Built between 1773 and 1884, Replaced 1926
Newcastle-Rye Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Bascule bridge over Little Harbor on NH 1B in New Castle
Open to traffic
Built 1942; rehabilitated 1975
Newfields-Stratham Bridge   [Map]
Lost Bridge over Squamcott River on NH 108
No longer exists
Built 1926; Replaced 2001
NH 108-Powwow River Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Concrete tee beam bridge over Powwow River on Nh108
Open to traffic
Built 1926; rehabilitated 2006
NH 27-Lamprey River Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Concrete tee beam bridge over Lamprey River on Nh 27
Open to traffic
Built 1932; rehabilitated 1974
NH-111 Flatrock Brook Bridge   [Map]
Steel stringer bridge over Flatrock Brook & Harris Road on New Hampshire Route 111
Open to traffic
Built 2007 as part of Shadow Lake Bypass project
NH-121 High Rise Bridge   [Map]
Steel stringer bridge over Little River & Railroad on New Hampshire Route 121
Open to traffic
Built 2006
NH-125 High Rise Bridge   [Map]
Steel stringer bridge over AMTRAK & abandoned Pan Am/CSX Railroad on New Hampshire Route 125
Open to traffic
Built 1992
North River Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Lost wooden bridge over North River on North River Road (old alignment)
Destroyed by ice storm in 1998
Built 1912; bypassed and abandoned 1964; destroyed by ice storm 1998
Park Street Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Pony truss bridge over BMRR on Park Street in Exeter
Open to one-way traffic
Built 1900; rehabilitated 1929
Phillips Exeter Bridge   [Map]
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Squamscott River on Gilman Street
Open to pedestrians only
Built 1914
Piscataqua River Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Through truss bridge over Piscataqua River, ME103 on Interstate 95
Open to traffic
Built 1972
Pond Road Bridge   [Map]
Wooden bridge over BMRR on Pond Road in Newton
Open to traffic
Built 1920; rehabilitated 2003
Prescott Bridge   [Map]
Steel girder bridge over Lamprey River on Prescott Road
Demolished and replaced.
Built 1917; Demolished 1990
Rockingham Recreational Trail - Brown Brook Arch   [Map]
Stone arch bridge over Brown Brook on Rockingham Recreational Trail
Open to pedestrians only
Sandown-Danville Exeter River Bridge   [Map]
Girder bridge over Exeter River on Rockingham Recreational Trail
Open to pedestrians and permitted motorized trail vehicles
Sarah Mildred Long Bridge   [Map · Street View]
Vertical lift bridge over Piscataqua River on US 1 Bypass in Portsmouth
Replaced by a new bridge
Built 1940; rehabilitated 1991; railroad use discontinued Dec. 2015; replaced 2017-2018
Sarah Mildred Long Bridge (New)   [Map]
Vertical-lift bridge over Piscataqua River on US-1 Bypass
Open to traffic
Built 2018
String Bridge   [Map]
Concrete rigid frame bridge over Squamscott River on String Bridge Street
Open to traffic
Built 1935; rehabilitated 2018
Sucker Brook Bridge   [Map]
Concrete arch bridge over Sucker Brook on NH 121 in Auburn
Open to traffic
Built 1930
US1 Bypass Woodbury Avenue Bridge   [Map]
Concrete rigid frame bridge over US1 Bypass on Woodbury Ave
Open to traffic
1950 Concrete rigid frame
Westville Road Bridge   [Map]
Concrete arch bridge over Little River on Westville Road in Plaistow
Open to traffic
Built 1940; rehabilitated 1970
Wheeler Pond Bridge   [Map]
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Wheeler Pond on Commerical Access Road
Open to traffic
Unknown
Windham Rail-Trail Bridge   [Map]
Warren pony truss with no verticals bridge over Tributary of Flatrock Brook on Windham Rail-Trail (former B&M Railroad)
Open to pedestrians only
Likely modern construction as part of rail-trail but parts may be original to railroad