- "While Andover maintains some of its own bridges, a state-controlled bridge remains the worst in town," Andover Townsman, February 17, 2005, p. 1.
- "Three bridges getting safety make-overs," Eagle Tribune, August 28, 2006.
- "Andover drivers face years of roadwork: Route 28 bridge replacement follows downtown construction," Eagle Tribune, December 29, 2006, p. 1.
Ballardvale Mill Bridge
200 feet from the Ballardvale D Cited in 1872, making it the oldest iron truss bridge in the Merrimack Valley.
The Friendship Bridge is located over the dry riverbed in the park adjacent to Town Offices. It commemorates signing of Sister City Agreement with Andover, England on June 6, 2000.
Joseph A. Horan Bataan & Corregidor Memorial Bridge
The Joseph A. Horan Bataan & Corregidor Memorial Bridged is on Lowell Street overpass over I-93. It is named in honor of Joe Horan, a survivor of Bataan Death March, who was awarded Silver Star. Mr. Horan died on August 2001.
- Andover Townsman, October 24, 2002
- Eagle Tribune, July 25, 2002, page 1
Korean War Veterans Memorial Bridge
The Korean War Veterans Memorial Bridge is on the Stevens Street overpass of the Shawsheen River. It was dedicated on November 11, 1995.
Moseley Iron Bridge at Merrimack College
The Moseley Iron Bridge is the oldest extant iron bridge in Massachusetts.
- Andover Townsman, November 12, 1998, page 5.
Stone Arch Bridge
The Stone Arch Bridge at the intersection of Essex Street and Shawsheen Road, built in the 1820, connected the mill district and the west bank of the Shawsheen River. Originally only 15 feet wide. The stones were not set in mortar. In 1920 the bridge was widened 15 feet.
- The Lower Merrimack River Valley: An Inventory of Historic Engineering and Industrial Sites R 609 Low, page 10.
- The Lower Merrimack River Valley: An Inventory of Historic Engineering and Industrial Sites
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--Eleanor 11:37, February 2, 2006 (EST)