Coombs Covered Bridge, Winchester

The Coombs Covered Bridge is a wooden covered bridge which carries Coombs Bridge Road over the Ashuelot River in northern Winchester, New Hampshire. The Town lattice truss bridge was built in 1837, probably by either Anthony Coombs or Anthony Coombs, Jr., who lived nearby. The bridge is 107ft long and 14ft wide, with a span of just under 102ft. It rests on unmortared stone abutments, and has a clearance over the river of about 11ft. The bridge was extensively renovated in 1969.
The bridge was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.
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  • Touring New Hampshire, we tried to revisit a lot of covered bridges, waterfalls, and other sights. Coombs Bridge Road is off Old Westport Rd whitch is off Rt 10 southboun between mile marker 9.7 and 9...  more »
  • Its always nice to be able to go over a covered bridge once in awhile. Next time when time allows me to I have to stop and just take a moment and walk across and admire the bridge and think about its ...  more »
  • I live here and drive through the bridge every day it's beautiful
  • Historical Covered bridge sure to delight.

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