Cornish-Windsor Covered Bridge is located on Bridge St on the New Hampshire / Vermont border, near NH Rt. 12A and joins the towns of Cornish NH and Windsor VT. The bridge crosses the Connecticut River, a river which defines the New Hampshire / Vermont border.
The current Cornish-Windsor bridge was built in 1866 and is listed in the World Guide to Covered Bridges (WGCB), number 29-10-09 and is New Hampshire covered bridge #20
There were previous bridges built here, all of which were destroyed by floods. The first bridge at this site was built in 1796.
The Cornish-Windsor Covered Bridge was a toll bridge until the early 1940’s and is now claimed to be the longest wooden covered bridge in the USA and the longest 2-span covered bridge in the world.
Photo Credit: Ron Robert | Video Credit: Cornish Historical Society
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