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Bellows Falls Arch Bridge, Spanning Connecticut River, North Walpole, Cheshire County, NH

Bellows Falls Arch Bridge, Spanning Connecticut River, North Walpole, Cheshire County, NH

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Historic American Engineering Record, creator
Boston & Maine Railroad
Worcester, J R
Joseph A. Ross & Sons
American Bridge Company
Louis A. Shoemaker & Company
Jackson, Donald C, project manager
Society for Industrial Archaeology, sponsor
New Hampshire Department of Public Works & Highways, sponsor
Lowe, Jet T, photographer
Prevoort, Roger, historian
Anderson, Richard K, delineator


North Walpole (N.H.)43.13901, -72.44760
Google Map of 43.1390125, -72.44760099999999


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