Bath-Haverhill Covered Bridge: Bath, NH
The Bath-Haverhill Covered Bridge was built in 1829 to cross the Ammonoosuc River, and was the oldest continuously used covered bridge in America. The design of the bridge features a Town lattice truss design with arches. Closed to both vehicle and pedestrian traffic, both towns are working towards future restoration of the bridge.
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|This bridge is part of a very special montage collection featuring the three covered bridges located in close proximity of each other in Bath, New Hampshire: the Bath Bridge,
Bath-Haverhill Bridge, and the Swiftwater Bridge.