Part of a historic district, this ca. 1870 bridge is one of the only surviving Moseley bowstrings in the country, and is also noted for its unique bearing inside a notch of a building. The bridge, leading from the building across the river to a gas holder, carried employees, equipment, and utility lines across the Sugar River from Monadnock Mill No. 6 to the vicinity of the gasworks. It is one of the most historic bridges in New Hampshire. The bridge has substantial deterioration, particularly in terms of pack rust on the top chord. The best solution would be a full, in-kind restoration of this bridge by an experienced firm like Bach Steel.
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