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Clark's Bridge, Spanning Pemigewasset River at Clark's Trading Pos, Lincoln, Grafton County, NH



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Location
Spanning Pemigewasset River at Clark's Trading Pos, Lincoln, NH

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1968.

Notes
Survey number HAER NH-39
Building/structure dates: 1904 initial construction
Building/structure dates: 1964 subsequent work
Significance: One of only two railroad Howe truss covered bridges remaining in the county, Clark's Bridge is the only one that still carries rolling stock.

Subjects
Covered Bridges
Transportation


Related Names
Montpelier & Wells River Railroad
Barre Branch Railroad
White Mountain Central Railroad, Inc
Dutton, Paul J.
Clark, Edward M.
Clark, W. Murray


Collection
Historic American Engineering Record (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
PERSPECTIVE, NORTH.
SOUTH ELEVATION IN PERSPECTIVE.
PORTAL ELEVATION, NORTHEAST BY 42 DEGREES.
WHITE MOUNTAIN RAILROAD EXCURSION TRAIN ENTERING NORTH PORTAL.
WHITE MOUNTAIN RAILROAD EXCURSION TRAIN INSIDE BRIDGE.
WOLFMAN GUARDING NORTH PORTAL.
NORTH PORTAL.
INTERIOR SOUTH, SHOWING HOWE TRUSS.
PERSPECTIVE, LOWER DECK WITH BEAMS, SOUTH. NOTE GRANITE ASHLAR ABUTMENT.
PERSPECTIVE FROM MIDSTREAM WITH CLERESTORY.
PERSPECTIVE, NORTH.


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