Ashuelot Covered Bridge, Ashuelot

Bridge · Hidden Gem · Historic Site
The Ashuelot Covered Bridge is a historic wooden covered bridge over the Ashuelot River on Bolton Road, just south of its intersection with NH 119 in Ashuelot, an unincorporated village of Winchester, New Hampshire. Built in 1864-65, it is one of the state's few surviving 19th-century covered bridges. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1981.
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  • Nice bridge that has had good upkeep. There is not a parking area by the bridge so many park just off the road nd walk up to it.  more »
  • I stopped by the ashuelot bridge during road trip through the area. It is one of the most interesting.  more »
  • Bring 5 dollars for the fine...its hard to go WALK speed. I joking u c y when get there.
  • With so many covered bridges lost to history, it is truly refreshing to have this bridge nearby. It is a step back in time, to a simpler existence, wherein the artisans and craftsmen of the past shared their work so that we today may enjoy!

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