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Inventory Number: VT/45-13-72x / NH-03-11x
County: Windham County / Cheshire County
Township: South Vernon - Hinsdale
Town/Village:
Bridge Name: Railroad
Crosses: Connecticut River
Truss type: Town Deck
Spans: 4
Length:
Roadway Width:
Built: 1850
Builder:
When Lost: 1889
Cause:
Latitude: N42 44.21
Longitude: W072 27.77
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Directions: Ashuelot Railroad ¾ mile north of South Vernon Depot.
Comments: The Ashuelot Railroad and Connecticut River Railroad began using this bridge on December 9, 1850.

Railroad Bridge, Hinsdale, NH to South Vernon, VT (1850 - 1889)
Richard E. Roy Collection
Source:
National Society For the Preservation of Covered Bridges. Covered Bridge Topics, Volume LI, No. 2, Spring 1993, pages 4-5

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