Completed in 1935 and closed in 1984, this particular section of General Sullivan Bridge, connecting Dover, NH to Newington, NH is considered to be the second most historic bridge in the state, next to Portsmouth's Memorial Bridge.
This is the same bridge I remember going across as a kid on our way to Hampton Beach and my mom hollering at my brothers, "Just because we're on a bridge don't think I won't stop and let you out!" Man I was scared but she threatened that a lot. Oh yeah, those were the days. We made it to the beach without any stops.
For some reason I have dreams about this set of bridges but I don't know why. In my dreams I'm trying to cross the bridge but half of it is missing and I can't figure out how I'm going to get to the other side, or some of the pieces of the bridge are gone so I have to jump but I can't because I'm too scared. Who dreams about bridges? Weird.
Anyway, on this particular evening it was all good. Very serene and beautiful. Enjoy : )