Corbin Bridge #17
North Newport Road
Destroyed by arson on May 27, 1993, the residents of Newport and surrounding communities donated time and resources to rebild the Corbin Bridge. The landmark was rebuilt in 1994 and is listed in the National Register.
Year of Construction: - Approximately 1845
Original Cost: - Unknown
West of N.H. Route 10 on North Newport Road, two miles north of Newport Village over the Croydon Branch of the Sugar River.
Town lattice truss. The bridge is 96'2" long with a clear span of 80'0". It has an overall width of 17'11" with a roadway width of 14'3", and a maximum vertical clearance of 12'3". It is fully sheathed. The structure is posted for six tons.