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Old 03-04-2016, 07:38 PM   #11
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It's an old steel arch bridge scheduled for replacement. If you are concerned about the height, take exit 3 of I-91 North and get on Route 9 east across the river into New Hampshire then take Route 63 south down to Hinsdale. That bridge is a much better bridge and is the way trucks go going east into NH.
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Old 03-04-2016, 08:05 PM   #12
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We stayed in Travelers Woods, Bernardson, Mass. and I hit a low railroad trestle near the entrance road to the campground. My fault, it was marked and there was an alternate route but my GPS routed me there and I tried to go under it slowly. Just minor damage but I learned that day to look up! It was right off I-91 near Brattleboro.

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We stayed in Travelers Woods, Bernardson, Mass. and I hit a low railroad trestle near the entrance road to the campground. My fault, it was marked and there was an alternate route but my GPS routed me there and I tried to go under it slowly. Just minor damage but I learned that day to look up! It was right off I-91 near Brattleboro.

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I'll have to keep an eye out for that underpass! Thanks for letting me know.

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Tow truck operators have told me it is common for them to repave a road and forget to premeasure the clearance so beware if it is within a few inches of your height
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Follow-up: The folks at the campground where we will be staying on the NH side of the river say not to worry about the bridge(s), that truckers go through there all the time with 13' 6" vehicles. The low clearance is a small brace at the top corners of the bridge structure, only a foot or so; the first bridge is 15' 0" and the other one is something like 14' 10". Now my only concern is the 8' width of my TT, which also should not be a problem. Thanks to all for your input!

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