The Prentiss Bridge is a historic covered bridge in Langdon, New Hampshire. Built c. 1874, it spans Great Brook just east of the modern alignment of Chester Turnpike, which it carried until it was bypassed by a modern bridge in 1955. Bridges are known to have stood on the site since c. 1794, when the town appropriated funds to build a bridge near the mill of Messers Jabez Rockwell and John Prentiss. At 36 feet (11 m) in length, it is the shortest 19th century covered bridge built for use on a public roadway in New Hampshire that is still standing.
The bridge was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973.
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