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Old North Bridge - Concord | by Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism
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Old North Bridge - Concord

In 1775 British soldiers guarded the North Bridge to prevent rebels from slipping across during the American Revolution. That bridge was known as the "battle bridge" and was taken down in 1788. Today a bridge that was built in 1956 is the fifth bridge to occupy this hallowed ground since the time of the battle in 1775


174 Liberty Street

Concord, MA 01742

Credit James Higgins

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Taken on October 30, 2004