A state-owned bridge in New Hampshire is getting a new set of lights, five years after going dark.
The Scammell Bridge carries Route 4 traffic over the Bellamy River. It spans Dover and Durham.
The state had paid about $7,000 a year to light the span, but that responsibility eventually fell to Durham and Dover, where residents opposed the idea.
A Dover business, Affinity LED Lighting bought and installed 51 lights on the bridge and another, brighter light in the parking lot on the Durham side.