The original Bump Covered Bridge of Campton, NH, which was named after the Bump family, was built in 1877. In 1972, after the bridge had deteriorated beyond repair, it was rebuilt as it stands today. It is a queen post truss bridge spanning the Beebe River and used for vehicle traffic.
(This informational script is attractively attached to the back of each Bump bridge print)
|Bump Covered Bridge Montage:1|
|Bump Covered Bridge:2|
|Campton Covered Bridges Montage:4|
|This bridge is part of a very special montage collection featuring the three covered bridges located in close proximity of each other in Campton, New Hampshire: the Blair Bridge, Bump Bridge, and Turkey Jim's Bridge.|
|Campton Area Covered Bridges Montage:3|
|Bump bridge is a part of this very special montage collection of bridges from the Campton and Plymouth areas of New Hampshire.|