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Livermore Bridge, Spanning Blood Brook at Russell Hill Road, Wilton, Hillsborough County, NH

Livermore Bridge, Spanning Blood Brook at Russell Hill Road, Wilton, Hillsborough County, NH

 
 
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Summary

Significance: Livermore Bridge is one of only seven known boxed pony trusses in North America. Of the two Town lattice examples, only the Livermore Bridge is half-through boxed pony.
Survey number: HAER NH-43
Building/structure dates: 1937 Initial Construction

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Contributors

Historic American Engineering Record, creator
Town, Ithiel
Moors, Marjorie Standish
Tuttle, Fred
Pajanen, Nehe
Marston, Christopher, project manager
Christianson, Justine, transmitter
Federal Highway Administration, sponsor
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West Wilton42.82105, -71.78314
Google Map of 42.8210489, -71.78314449999999
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