historic stone highway culverts in new hampshire

  • NH State Parks : Welcome

    About Franconia Notch State Park. Franconia Notch State Park is located in the heart of the White Mountain National Forest. Franconia Notch is a spectacular mountain pass traversed by a unique parkway which extends from the Flume Gorge at the south to Echo Lake at the north.

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  • CIRCA Old Houses

    A sprawling historic BB, restaurant, wine cellar and conference center listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Original buildings, including a 250-year-old log cabin, a woodcutter cottage, and a stone cottage, add to its charm. The property sits on over 9 acres of land and is the perfect investment as a turn key bed and breakfast.

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  • STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR HIGHWAY AND BRIDGE

    The New Mexico Department of Transportation publishes this edition of the Standard Specifications for Highway and Bridge Construction with an emphasis on the active voice. In a sentence written in the active voice, someone acts on something. For example: "The Engineer will take a sample."

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  • Vintage Aerial

    Still the same location as the Picture before, Old Highway 41 and Old Patoka Rd. The side road is County Rd. 300 N. This area has changed somewhat since the previous picture, like I said the 2 houses in the Center still remain, but the House behind it does not.

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  • America's Stonehenge in New Hampshire

    Robert Frost Farm State Historic Site: The Derry, New Hampshire, farm where New England's most cherished poet lived for a spell, is located 6 miles from America's Stonehenge. Salem, Massachusetts : The city, known for witch hysteria in the 17th century, is a 45-minute drive away.

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  • Masonry Restoration — Knowles Industrial

    If you visited our History page, you know by now that this Company was founded as a masonry restoration contractor with a rich heritage of providing these specialized services on buildings throughout historic New England - including Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island. Churches, monuments, landmarks

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  • Box Culverts

    According to a website I found called Historic Stone Highway Culverts in New Hampshire the difference between a bridge and a culvert is the length of the span. (Width of the opening) Anything less than 10 feet is a culvert, and more than that is a bridge.

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  • Box 3

    Precast concrete box and 3-sided culverts are incredibly versatile. They can be manufactured in a wide range of sizes and configurations and can be used to convey stormwater or wastewater, create short span-bridges and access ways, or for rainwater retention or detention, to name only a few applications.

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  • 16 Top

    This is really not a highway, but the winding two-lane NH Route 112, which climbs over the spine of the White Mountains via New Hampshire's Kancamagus Pass. In addition to sweeping views, this scenic route stretching 35 miles from Conway in the east to Lincoln in the west offers access to several natural and man-made attractions.

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  • Products

    CORRUGATED METAL PIPE. Southeast Culvert manufactures the full range of corrugated metal pipe diameters 12" to 144". One can select from the full range of possible coatings – galvanized, aluminized, polymer, bituminous (asphalt) – and from the full range of possible corrugation profiles – 2-2/3 x, 3 x 1, 5 x 1, x (spiral rib).

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  • Historic Bridges

    Historic Bridges. The Federal Highway Administration assists in the preservation of historic bridges and encourages States to incorporate the concepts of context sensitive design in the rehabilitation and reuse of historic bridges This section of the Toolkit provides

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  • ADS Pipe

    Advanced Drainage Systems provides high performance drainage products services, delivering solutions for even the most challenging water management problems.

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  • Culvert Effects on Stream and Stream

    Culvert Effects on Stream and Stream-Side Salamander Habitats Article (PDF Available) in International Journal of Environmental Science and Development 5(3):274-281

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  • 10 Best Fall Foliage New England Road Trip Itineraries

    KANCAMAGUS HIGHWAY, New Hampshire The Kancamagus Highway (Route 112) in New Hampshire has just about everything you could want in a scenic New England road trip. Crossing 30 winding miles of White Mountain forest from Conway to Lincoln, you'll enjoy views of foliage-draped mountains, boulder-strewn rivers, and crystal-clear ponds.

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  • ITEM: Bridge/Corrugated Culvert Pipe/Road Material

    Find out about ITEM: Bridge/Corrugated Culvert Pipe/Road Material and other projects out for bid.

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  • Currier Ives Scenic Byway

    Over a century later, folks are finding iconic New England villages and active recreation along the Currier Ives Scenic Byway in central New Hampshire. The Currier Ives Scenic Byway winds through rural towns and opens to breathtaking vistas. Come stroll through downtown Henniker and stop for a visit at the New England College art gallery.

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  • Hotel in North Conway NH

    Welcome to Stonehurst Manor, Our Charming Hotel In North Conway, NH. Our stunning hotel in North Conway, NH brings the classic glamour of the 19th century into modern day. Stonehurst Manor is a 5 star New Hampshire hotel designed as a retreat for guests looking to indulge in a romantic vacation amidst beautiful landscapes and fantastic amenities.

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  • SD 6

    The method of measurement and bid item numbers for the Pipe Culvert Headwalls described above are summarized in the Project Bid Schedule and the Project Plans:

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  • National Register of Historical Places

    National Register of Historical Places, Historical Properties, Historic Districts, Lodging, Shopping, Great Hollow Road Stone Arch Bridge New Hampshire Highway Dept. Architectural Style: Other Area of Significance: Engineering

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  • Stone Structures of Northeastern United States

    Sep 26, 2018The Stone Structure of Northeastern United States website is a resource for information about historic stone structures, Native American ritual stone structure, and stone quarrying methods in Northeastern United States. It provides information about how to identify these stones structures, their history and purpose.

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  • Oldest Homes in New Hampshire

    New Castle Congregational Church, Main Street, New Castle Odiorne Homestead, Ocean Boulevard, Rye Governor Wentworth State Historic Site, Wentworth Farm Road, Wolfeboro

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  • Read Township Culvert

    Read Township Culvert. The Read Township Culvert is a historic structure located southeast of Elkader, Iowa, United States.It spans an unnamed stream for 14 feet (4.3 m). Clayton County built a number of bridges over rivers, streams and ditches around the turn of the 20th-century. They contracted with local contrators Stoops and Williamson to build this single stone arch culvert of native

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  • BridgeReports: National Bridge Inventory data

    BridgeReports is a searchable version of the National Bridge Inventory (2018 edition), a database of 618,004 bridges on public highways in the United States.. Update July 1, 2019: A revised version of the 2018 National Bridge Inventory has been posted which fixes several of

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  • Tiffany Creek Culvert (Tiffany Creek Bridge

    This bridge is so small it might be more accurately described as a culvert, but unlike modern culverts, this structure is just as complex in design as a real bridge would be. It is a rare and presumably very old 19th Century example of a highway stone arch in Ontario.

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  • 7.8 CULTURAL RESOURCES

    Avoid skidding over stone bridges or culverts. Use a deck to cover old culverts, if existing roads and bridges are used. Use existing stone-wall openings (barways) when possible. Limit the number of new openings and cut only the minimum width necessary. Leave openings for future use or restore the wall when work is completed.

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  • QA with Historic Preservation Director Elizabeth Muzzey

    Jun 25, 2019A. Historical areas and places in New Hampshire are places people value because it's our history and our culture, our architecture and archaeology, our engineering and our traditions. The thing that most often comes to mind are historic buildings, anywhere from a downtown commercial center to the New Hampshire State House, to a beautiful home in your neighborhood.

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  • North Conway Hotel Deals

    North Conway Hotel Deals. Nestled beneath stunning Pine Trees with views of the gorgeous Mount Washington, Stonehurst Manor is the ideal location for a romantic vacation in New Hampshire. Our North Conway, NH hotel deals make it easy for every guest to find the perfect package for their relaxing New England getaway! With our hotel's prime

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  • The history, science and poetry of New England's stone

    Most New England stone walls are only as tall as the average man's thigh, which, Thorson explains, "was governed more by the ergonomics of lifting and tossing stone than by the mandate of fencing." Laws in Colonial America required a farm fence to be 1.2 to 1.5 meters high.

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