Columbia Bridge (New Hampshire)


Columbia Bridge (New Hampshire)
Columbia Bridge
Crosses Connecticut River
Locale Columbia, New Hampshire to Lemington, Vermont
Maintained by Town of Columbia
ID number 29-04-07 (NH #33)
Design Howe truss bridge [1]
Total length 145.75 ft (44.425 m)
Width 20.58 ft (6.273 m) (maximum), 14.66 ft (4.468 m) (roadway)
Longest span 131.5 ft (40.08 m)
Load limit 6 tons
Vertical clearance 13.08 ft (3.987 m)
Construction end

1912

Columbia Covered Bridge
Columbia Bridge (New Hampshire) is located in New Hampshire
Nearest city: Columbia, New Hampshire
Coordinates: 44°51′11″N 71°33′5″W / 44.85306°N 71.55139°W / 44.85306; -71.55139Coordinates: 44°51′11″N 71°33′5″W / 44.85306°N 71.55139°W / 44.85306; -71.55139
Architect: Charles Babbitt
Architectural style: Howe truss covered bridge
Governing body: Columbia, New Hampshire
NRHP Reference#: 76000123
Added to NRHP: December 12, 1976[2]

The Columbia Bridge is a wooden Howe truss bridge over the Connecticut River located between Columbia, New Hampshire and Lemington, Vermont.

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History

The Columbia Bridge was built by Charles Babbitt in 1912 then was rehabilitated by the state in 1981 at a cost of $143,000. The Columbia Bridge is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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