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The Bath Covered Bridge like all covered bridges in New Hampshire are red listed simply because they are considered functionally obsolete, NH DOT officials say. (Courtesy)

NBC: Bridges of Madison County and elsewhere endangered

There are eight covered railroad bridges left in the world, all of them in the United States — five in New Hampshire, two in Vermont and one in Oregon, Wright said.


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