Covered Bridges

Hand-hewn Timbers and Trusses

Cornish Bridge

The Connecticut River slips under dozens of bridges in New Hampshire and Vermont that span architectural designs and periods as varied as the covered bridges of the 1800s and the “erector set” iron bridges of the early-mid 1900s to modern concrete crossings. Of the region’s many historic bridges, among the most cherished are its covered bridges.  To learn more about them, click on the links below.


Spanning the Connecticut River (south to north):

Edith Columbia BridgeWithin New Hampshire (south to north):

Within Vermont (south to north):