Clark's Bridge has been named Best Reclaimed Covered Bridge. It is the world's only surviving Howe railroad bridge and one of the only two railroad bridges in New Hampshire. This 116' long bridge was originally built in Vermont in 1904. When the railroad ceased operations, the bridge was purchased and moved piece by piece to its new home, White Mountains attraction Clark's Trading Post in Lincoln, New Hampshire. The White Mountain Central Railroad will take you on the world's only 21st-century train ride through a covered bridge.