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Windsor - Cornish
Bridge
VT-14-14 / NH-10-09
Windsor VT - Windsor County
Cornish NH - Sullivan County
Photo of Windsor-Cornish Bridge Elevation View
Photo of Windsor-Cornish Bridge

Photo of Windsor-Cornish Bridge Portal
Photo of Windsor-Cornish Bridge Portal

Bridge Statistics
Region:  Southern
County:  Windsor
Town:  Windsor
Locality:  Windsor
Position - Lat: 
Lon: 
N 43 28.424
W 72 23.025
Owner:  New Hampshire
Department of Transportation
Bridge Carries:  Bridge Street - in Vermont
Cornish Toll Road - in New Hampshire
Bridge Crosses:  Connecticut River
Bridge Traffic:  Vehicular
Truss Type:  Town Lattice
Year Built:  1866
Builder:  James Tasker & Bela J. Fletcher
Structure Characteristics:  Span:  465'-0"
Width: 34'-0"
Lanes: 2
Posted Load: Unknown
Posted Vertical Clearance: 12'-9"
World Guide No.: 45-14-16
National Register of Historic Places Date:
Unknown

Description
The Windsor-Cornish Bridge is a two span 460 foot long Town Lattice Truss. It carries Bridge Street in Vermont and the Cornish Toll Road in New Hampshire over Connecticut River in Windsor Vermont and Cornish New Hampshire. This bridge was built in 1866 and is the longest covered bridges in the United States.

Photography
Easy to photograph from New Hampshire. Truss difficult to photograph due to heavy traffic on bridge.

Parking
Parking available both sides of bridge. Larger area in New Hampshire.

Additional Information
None

Truss

Photo of truss of Windsor -Cornish Bridge

Location Map

Location map for Windsor-Cornish Bridge


Location
0.3 miles south of the junction of VT44 at Windsor on US5 then 0.2 miles left. In Windsor County.


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