The 19 span Leaderfoot Railway Viaduct is 3 miles from my home and crosses over the River Tweed, near Melrose in the Scottish Borders. It was built in 1863, with trains running until the line closed in 1965. The structure is now in the care of Historic Scotland. A Roman bridge once crossed the Tweed here, conveying Dere Street north from the nearby fort of Trimontium.
Covered Bridges are a unique part of New England heritage and this one is n New Hampshire.