There’s Nothing Quite As Magical As The Stone Arch Bridge You’ll Find In Stoddard, New Hampshire
New Hampshire is filled with history! You can find it sitting in local museums and even just at the side of the road. There’s something special about the history here because hearing it helps us understand the way life was before we arrived. While sometimes that history can feel so far-away that it’s hard to imagine, each story certainly helps paint a better picture of the hard work that went into making sure New Hampshire has thrived. One such example is seen in a lovely bridge that’s often overlooked.
The Stone Arch Bridge can be seen any time simply by heading to the town line of Stoddard and Antrim, alongside N.H. Route 9. Click here to see the exact location on a map.
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