One Of The Best Historic Stone Arch Bridges In The Entire Country Is Right Here In New Hampshire
There are plenty of beautiful bridges in New England and we think some of the best are in New Hampshire. While we love a good covered bridge, there are plenty of other examples that offer a combination of great views and history. This beauty, located in Keene, is a great example!
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The Cheshire Railroad Stone Arch Bridge can be viewed any time of year. As with any bridge, be careful if you choose to explore it and always make sure you have sure footing. You can learn more about it by checking out the National Park Service website.
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