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How to build an arched stone bridge

It's on Route 9 near Hillsborough, N.H. There are several of these dry-laid stone arch bridges in this part of New Hampshire, most built between 1835 and the 1850s. These bridges rival the stone arched aqueducts built by the Romans. Some of these stone arches have survived for nearly 2,000 years.

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