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Main Street Bridge, Spanning Israels River, Lancaster, Coos County, NH

Main Street Bridge, Spanning Israels River, Lancaster, Coos County, NH

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Significance: The bridge is one of approximately 40 concrete arch bridges extant in New Hampshire. It is one of 11 extant bridges built by Daniel B. Luten in New Hampshire between 1927-1931. Constructed in 1929, the bridge is the only example in the state of a two-span, reinforced concrete closed spandrel, multi-rib arch bridge built by Luten. The bridge is the eighth structure to span the Israels River at this location...
Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N1505
Survey number: HAER NH-17
Building/structure dates: 1929 Initial Construction
Building/structure dates: 1968 Subsequent Work
Building/structure dates: 1921 Subsequent Work
Building/structure dates: 1963 Subsequent Work

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Historic American Engineering Record, creator
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Lancaster (N.H.)44.48892, -71.56925
Google Map of 44.4889204, -71.5692477
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