Waterloo Bridge #13
New Market Road
The structure was completely rebuilt in 1857 by Dutton Woods of Contoocook. It was rebuilt a second time in 1970, at a cost of $16,300. Finally, the bridge was rehabilitated by the state in 1987 at a cost of $3,000. The Waterloo Bridge is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Year of Construction: - 1840
Original Cost: - Unknown
South of N.H. Route 103, two miles west of Warner Village on New Market Road across the Warner River in Warner.
Town lattice truss. The bridge is 76'4" long with a clear span of 70'9". It has an overall width of 16'11", a roadway width of 12'11", and a maximum vertical clearance of 11'10". It is posted for six tons.