These stone piers are the only remains of a bridge built for the Peterborough and Shirley Railroad. At 102 feet above the gorge of the Souhegan River, this was once labeled as New Hampshire's tallest bridge.
View in Google Earth Categories: Bridges - Rail, Demolished
Links: www.nashuacitystation.org
By: skyeye
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