This attractive bridge is right off NH Route 9 in Stoddard. Look for the historical marker and there is a nice parking area at the sign.
A short walk will bring you to the bridge, the path is very rocky bring shoes.
The bridge is in a pleasant area with a bucolic stream flowing through it.
Do not be confused by the modern bridge as you are literally standing on the old bridge.
To see the old stone arch bridge step down from the path towards the stream bank.
The stone bridges constructed in the Monadnock region are the result of skilled Scottish descent stone masons. The bridges are built without mortar and the stones must be carefully shaped and put into place. There are two other historical markers commemorating these bridges one in Gilsum and one in Hillsborough.