The Dingleton Hill Covered Bridge in Cornish, NH, spans the Mill Brook in Cornish, and was built in 1882. This bridge uses a multiple king post truss system, built by James Tasker of Cornish, who had built numerous other covered bridges in New England. Still used today for vehicle traffic, it was restored in 1983 through the Cornish Historical Society.
(This informational script is attractively attached to the back of each Dingleton Hill bridge print)
|Dingleton Hill Covered Bridge Montage:1|
|Dingleton Hill Covered Bridge:2|
|Cornish Area Covered Bridges Montage:4|
|This bridge is part of a very special montage collection featuring Highlights of the Cornish area covered bridges.|
|Dingleton Hill Covered Bridge:3|