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Sentinal Pine Bridge - NH-05-d
Lincoln, NH - Grafton County

Sentinal Pine Bridge

Sentinal Pine Bridge from above
Sentinal Pine Bridge from above

Sentinal Pine Bridge Portal
Sentinal Pine Bridge Portal

Bridge Statistics
Region:  White Mountains
County:  Grafton
Town:  Lincoln
Locality:  Lincoln
Position - Lat: 
Lon: 
N44 06.019
W71 40.588
Owner:  Unknown
Bridge Carries:  Foot Trail
Bridge Crosses:  Pemigewasset River
Bridge Traffic:  Pedestrian
Truss Type:  Stringer
Year Built:  1939
Builder:  The Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests
Structure Characteristics:  Length:  60'-5"
Span:  50'-0"
Width: 8'-2"
Walkway Width: 5'-5"
Lanes:  1
Posted Load: Unknown
Vertical Clearance: 6'-2"
World Guide No.: 29-05-d
New Hampshire No.: 38
National Register of Historic Places Date:
Unknown

Description
This bridge is located in Franconia Notch State Park. It carries a hiking trail over the Pemigewasset River just a short distance from the Franconia Notch Visitors Center. The bridge was built in 1939, the bridge is not a truss but a of stringer design. The Covered portion of the bridge is 60'-5" long and the clear span of 50'-0" between abutments. The bridge width is 8'-2", the roadway width is 5'-5". The Sentinal Pine Bridge, along with the Flume Bridge are all part of some of the natural attractions that make up the area generally known as Flume. The park charged a fee of $8.00 in September 2003, to see the two covered bridges and the Flume.


Photography
This bridge can be photographed from many different angles from the hiking trail.

Parking
Parking available in a Franconia Notch State Park Visitors Center parking lot for free.


Additional Information
The Sentinal Pine Bridge, along with the Flume Bridge are all part of some of the natural attractions that make up the area generally known as Flume.

Location Map



Location
East of U.S. Route 3 in Lincoln over the Pemigewasset River at the junction of N.H. Route 175 and U.S. Route 3

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