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Cornish-Windsor Bridge, Windsor

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  • Beautiful Long Covered Bridge worth seeing if you are in the area. It’s 2 lanes with lights inside. History with this one. Parking is provided as well. 
    Beautiful Long Covered Bridge worth seeing if you are in the area. It’s 2 lanes with lights inside. History with this one. Parking is provided as well.  more »
  • Old, long, narrow rustic, shortcut. On my first passing I met a jerk in a white Jeep wearing dark sunglasses driving way too fast right at me while he was bopping out to his music. This bridge is....  more
    Old, long, narrow rustic, shortcut. On my first passing I met a jerk in a white Jeep wearing dark sunglasses driving way too fast right at me while he was bopping out to his music. This bridge is....  more »
  • This is such a wonderful piece of history! Worth the trip. We arrived via the Vermont side and were happy to see that there was a parking area on the New Hampshire side so we could get out and take... 
    This is such a wonderful piece of history! Worth the trip. We arrived via the Vermont side and were happy to see that there was a parking area on the New Hampshire side so we could get out and take...  more »
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  • Fun to visit the longest covered bridge! Parking available, but not designed for tourists. Have to walk along a short stretch of the busy road to get close for pictures. Too narrow and dark to walk into the bridge safely.
  • This bridge offers great photo opportunities. Mt Ascutney in the background, the railroad bridge to the south, and of course, the beautiful Connecticut River all around. The day we visited, we had a pair of bald eagles cruising the water. This is still a functioning thoroughfare, so walking across the bridge requires a modicum of caution. And, of course, don’t ride your horse across, unless you are prepared to pay the fine!
  • Longest historic covered bridge in the United States. There is a recent bridge in Ohio over the Ashtabula River, which is 613 feet long, with pedestrian walkways on both sides. Dedicated in 2008.
  • Have looked forward to seeing a covered bridge and we find the longest 2 pier example. The information board was interesting and gave the original cost to build ($9000)
  • Beautiful bridge and very long. Saw this on my way to Saint Gaudens NHP in NH. Loved the sign on the bridge indicating cost for horse and buggy to cross. Plenty of room to stop and shoot pics.

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