Ashuelot Covered Bridge is number 1 on the list of covered bridges in New Hampshire. It was built across the Ashuelot River in the village of Ashuelot in the western part of Winchester in 1864-65. It connects the village on the northern bank to the railroad station which was near the southern abutment. This wooden Town Lattice truss covered bridge is about 11-1/2 feet above the water, 29 feet wide has 2 spans totaling 178 feet. It has a road in the middle with sidewalks either side. It has a central pier and stone abutments. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1981.
Ashuelot Covered Bridge
Location: 20 Hampshire Ct., Ashuelot, NH 03441
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