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Chestnut Creek Bridge

Grahamsville, NY 12740



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CHESTNUT CREEK BRIDGE

The Chestnut Creek covered bridge is a steel stringer structure with the look of a town lattice truss.  It crosses the Chestnut Creek in Grahamsville just a short distance from the Halls Mills Bridge.

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County Rte. 30
Lew Beach, NY 12753



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BEAVERKILL BRIDGE

This nice looking bridge is located in the Beaverkill State Park.  The bridge is one span of 98 feet long with town lattice truss.  This historic bridge was built in 1865 southwest of Lew Beach.  The bridge was closed to traffic in 1997 due to structural problems.

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Bendo Bridge

Conklin Rd.
Livingsston Manor, NY 12758



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BENDO BRIDGE

The Bendo Bridge is on Conklin Road and crosses the Willowemoc Creek.  This is a 48 foot town lattice truss which was built in 1860.  The bridge is located next to the Covered Bridge Campground.  The bridge was originally located in Livingston Manor.  In 1913, it was cut in half and moved to its current location.

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Van Tran Flat Bridge

Covered Bridge Rd.
Livingston Manor, NY 12758



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VAN TRAN FLAT BRIDGE

This bridge is in a small park just northeast of Livingston Manor.  It is a single span town lattice truss with a laminated arch.  It crosses the Willowemac Creek.  The span length is 117 feet.  The bridge was built in 1860 on Covered Bridge Road off Sullivan County Rte. 179.  Route 17 can be seen from the bridge and the park.

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Halls Mills Bridge

Frost Valley Rd.
Claryville, NY 12725



HALLS MILLS BRIDGE

Built in 1912, this historic town lattice truss crosses the Neversink River.  A parking lot provides two or three spaces off the road.  This bridge has a short timber approach span.  The main span is 119 feet.  There is a gauging station just downstream of the bridge.

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