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Built 1923-1924, Memorial Bridge crosses Cold Brook along “The Link” trail in Randolph, New Hampshire. This bridge is a memorial to Randolph's early pathmakers (19th-century trail builders). These legendary pathmakers are responsible for cutting many of the trails in the Northern Presidential Range, and they include Eugene B. Cook, J. Rayner Edmands, James Gordon, Hubbard Hunt, Charles E. Lowe, William G. Nowell, William H. Peek, George Sargent, and Laban Watson.
Title: Memorial Bridge - Randolph, New Hampshire

Description: Built 1923-1924, Memorial Bridge crosses Cold Brook along “The Link” trail in Randolph, New Hampshire. This bridge is a memorial to Randolph's early pathmakers (19th-century trail builders). These legendary pathmakers are responsible for cutting many of the trails in the Northern Presidential Range, and they include Eugene B. Cook, J. Rayner Edmands, James Gordon, Hubbard Hunt, Charles E. Lowe, William G. Nowell, William H. Peek, George Sargent, and Laban Watson.

Location: Randolph, New Hampshire, United States

Copyright: ©2006 ScenicNH Photography LLC | Erin Paul Donovan

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