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Cornish-Windsor Bridge, Windsor

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  • The Cornish Windsor bridge crosses the Connecticut River that connects Vermont and New Hampshire. It just amazes me that these wooden bridges are still operational. The engineering of the era is...  more »
  • This is a wonderful piece of history! It is the oldest covered wooden bridge, in the US and well worth seeing, if you are looking for historical attractions and not ones, with lots of bells and...  more »
  • One of the best of the 68 numbered covered bridges in NH! Worth visiting, especially in a summer or autumn sunny morning to see the fantastic view from NH side of Mt. Ascutney in the background with.....  more »
  • I thought it was a really cool place located about 15 minutes off the main highway. Travel through cute little towns on the way. Long old covered bridge you can drive through. On NH side to the right is a little parking lot where you can pull over and take pictures. My kids weren't overly impressed (they were grumpy that day) but I was glad we stopped.
  • Historic Covered Bridge spanning the Connecticut River and joining Windsor Vermont to Cornish New Hampshire original "toll booth" house on Windsor Vermont side which used to collect a fine from all those who "Did not walk their horses across the bridge". Cornish, New Hampshire side has a pull off to the right for parking. Great photos can be taken from this side of the bridge any time of the year.
  • This must be the longest covered bridge I've crossed. It's just wide enough for two lanes so I probably wouldn't walk across. This area is nice to visit in all seasons.
  • This bridge is HUGE! It's two lanes to drive across. The Vermont side is bland and boring with no place to pull over and explore but the New Hampshire side has a huge parking area to the side, an informational plaque, and great views.
  • By far the coolest bridge I have ever crossed. Neat friendly little town.

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