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Smithtown or Hammond River #3, Kings County

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Inventory Number: NB/55-06-24
County: Kings County
Township: Hampton
Town/Village:
Bridge Name: Smithtown or Hammond River #3
Crosses: Hammond River
Truss type: Howe & Queen
Spans: 1
Length: 187', 57m
Roadway Width:
Built: 1914
Builder:
When Lost: standing
Cause:
Latitude: N45 27.840
Longitude: W065 48.267
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Directions: 1.4 miles (2.2 km) east of jct NB1 on NB111, then 11.0 miles (17.7 km) left on NB860 and 0.4 miles (700 m) right on Damascus Rd. West of Upham.
Comments:

Smithtown or Hammond River #3 Bridge, Hampton, Kings County, NB Built 1914
Bill & Jenn Caswell Photo, July 10, 2018


Smithtown or Hammond River #3 Bridge, Hampton, Kings County, NB Built 1914
Bill & Jenn Caswell Photo, July 10, 2018


Smithtown or Hammond River #3 Bridge, Hampton, Kings County, NB Built 1914
Warren White Photo, June 15, 2011


Smithtown or Hammond River #3 Bridge, Hampton, Kings County, NB Built 1914
Bill & Jenn Caswell Photo, July 10, 2018

Sources:
New Brunswick Travel Bureau. Covered Bridges of New Brunswick (Canada), undated (mid 1950s), page 16
National Society for the Preservation of Covered Bridges. World Guide to Covered Bridges, 2009, page 170

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