Sullivan County

NameLocationStatusDesignYear BuiltYear LostSpan Length (ft.)Total Length (ft.)
Blacksmith Shop Covered Bridge 29-10-01former Town House Road over Mill BrookOpen to pedestriansMultiple Kingpost through truss1881--90.992.9
Blaisdell Road BridgeBlaisdell Road over BrookOpen to trafficTimber stringer1920--14.116.1
Blow-Me-Down Covered Bridge 29-10-10Lang Road over Blow-Me-Down BrookOpen to trafficMultiple Kingpost through truss1877--76.188.9
Bobby Woodman Trail - Sugar River BridgeBobby Woodman Trail over Sugar RiverOpen to pedestriansPratt through truss--------
Cheshire BridgeVT 11 / NH 11, former Springfield Terminal Railway over Connecticut RiverOpen to trafficPennsylvania through truss1930--165.0500.0
Claremont Sugar River Pedestrian BridgePedestrian Pathway over Sugar RiverOpen to pedestrians onlyModern Pratt through truss--------
Corbin Covered Bridge 29-10-05Corbin Bridge Road over Croydon Branch Sugar RiverOpen to trafficTown lattice truss1845--96.1104.0
Cornish-Windsor Covered Bridge 45-14-14 / 29-10-09Cornish Toll Bridge Road over Connecticut RiverOpen to one-lane trafficTown lattice truss1866--203.1449.2
Dingleton Hill Covered Bridge 29-10-02Root Hill Road over Mill BrookOpen to trafficMultiple Kingpost through truss1883--62.078.1
Grout Hill Road BridgeGrout Hill Road over Cold RiverOpen to trafficTimber stringer1930--28.961.0
Kelleyville BridgeNh 11,Nh103 over Sugar River, BMRRReplaced by new bridgeOpen-spandrel arch19331988120.1314.0
Main Street BridgeMain Street over Sugar RiverOpen to trafficTimber stringer1920--27.929.9
Main Street BridgeNh 12/Nh103 over Sugar RiverReplaced by new bridgeWarren deck truss1915199695.1107.0
McDermott Covered Bridge 29-10-06Bypassed Route 123A over Cold RiverClosed to all trafficTown lattice truss1869--80.185.0
Meriden Covered Bridge 29-10-08Colby Hill Road over Bloods BrookOpen to trafficMultiple Kingpost through truss1880--38.182.0
Mill BridgeWalkway over Sugar RiverDeck truss--------
Monadnock Mills Bridgean old access into a building over Sugar RiverAbandoned (but still carries a pipe line)Bowstring through trussca. 1870's----77.0
NECR - Connecticut River Bridge #3New England Central Railroad over Connecticut RiverOpen to trafficDeck plate girder------750.0
NECR - Sugar River BridgeNew England Central Railroad over Sugar River and Main Street/NH-103Open to trafficDeck plate girder1931--42.0684.0
Oak Street BridgeOak Street over Sugar RiverOpen to trafficWarren through truss with all verticals1937--104.0111.9
Old Sullivan Company Footbridgean old pedestrian access to the Monadnock Mills site over Sugar RiverOpen to pedestriansBaltimore through truss--------
Prentiss Covered Bridge 29-10-07NH 12A over Great BrookClosed to all trafficTown lattice truss1874--35.135.1
ST - Little Sugar River Stone ArchST Rail System over Little Sugar RiverOpen to trafficArch--------
Sugar River B&M Claremont and Concord Railroad Bridge 45.94Sugar River Trail/B&MRR (ABN) over Sugar RiverOpen to trafficDeck plate girder--------
Sugar River BridgeNH 10/NH 11/NH 103 over Sugar RiverOpen to trafficDeck arch1930--47.954.1
Sugar River BridgeBridge over Sugar RiverPratt pony truss------155.0
Sugar River High Street BridgeHigh St over Sugar RiverOpen to trafficTimber stringer1920--24.026.9
Sugar River Sunapee Pedestrian BridgePedestrian over Sugar RiverOpen to pedestrians onlyWarren through truss with no verticals2012--86.086.0
Sugar River Trail - Pier Railroad Covered Bridge 29-10-03#2Sugar River Trail over Sugar RiverOpen to pedestriansTown lattice truss1907--103.0216.5
Sugar River Trail - Sugar River BridgeSugar River Trail over Sugar RiverOpen to pedestrians onlyWarren through truss with all verticals--------
Sugar River Trail - Sugar River Bridge #2Sugar River Trail over Sugar RiverOpen to pedestrians onlyPony/through plate girder--------
Sugar River Trail - Sugar River Bridge #3Sugar River Trail over Sugar RiverOpen to pedestrians onlyBaltimore through truss--------
Sugar River Trail - Sugar River Bridge (Newport Center)Sugar River Drive over Sugar RiverOpen to pedestrians onlyWarren pony truss with alternating verticals1908------
Sugar River Trail - Wright's Covered Railroad Bridge 29-10-04#2Sugar River Trail (former Boston & Maine Railroad) over Sugar RiverOpen to pedestriansTown lattice truss1906----124.0