8. Site of Piscataqua Bridge
located on the south side of US4, east of its junction with NH108 and
near its junction witb Back River Road in Durham, NH

"At end of next road southeast, this engineering feat was used from 1794 to 1855. It joined Fox Point, Newington, and Meader's Neck, Durham via Goat Island. Also site, in same period, of proposed state capital, Franklin City, and beginning of First New Hampshire Turnpike - vital route for instate traffic."

erected 1962

Stalking New Hampshire's Historical Markers
Historical Markers of the Seacoast Region

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