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- Built: The first bridge was built in the 1650s at this location and many interactions followed. The bridge built on the site in 1760 was made famous as the location were the American Revolutionary War began. This 1760 bridge stood from many decades and in 1956, a replica was made. That bridge remains standing today and it was extensively restored in 2005.
- Original function: The bridge was built by early settlers of Concord to make travel and trade easier and far quicker
- Architect(s): N/A
- Year added to NRHP: 1966
- NRHP number: 66000935
- Status: Open to the public as a pedestrian bridge
- Admission cost: Free
- Address: Between Liberty Street and Monument Street
- Town: Concord
- State: Massachusetts
- GPS: Lat 42.4697505 Lng -71.3519368
- Parking notes: There are parking lots on both sides of the bridge on Liberty Street (HERE) or Monument Street (HERE). Parking for Old North Bridge is free.
- Parking directions: Liberty Street (HERE) or Monument Street (HERE)
- Location directions: HERE