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Bendo Bridge - NY-53-04
Debruce, NY - Sullivan County
Elevaion view Bendo Bridge
Photo of Bendo Bridge

Photo of Portal of Bendo Bridge
Bendo Bridge Portal


Bridge Statistics
Region:  Catskills - Route 17 / I86
County:  Sullivan
Town:  Rockland
Locality:  Debruce
Position - Lat: 
Lon: 
N 41  54.385'
W 74  41.970'
Owner:  Unknown
Bridge Carries:  Conklin Road
Bridge Crosses:  Willowamoc Creek
Bridge Traffic:  Vehicular
Truss Type:  Town Lattice
Year Built:  1860
Builder:  John Davidson
Moved By:  Joseph Sherwood (1913)
Structure Characteristics:  Length:  48'-0"
Width: Unknown
Lanes: 1
Posted Load: None
Posted Vertical Clearance: None
World Guide No.: 32-53-04
National Register of Historic Places Date:
Does not qualify

Description
The Bendo bridge is on Conklin Road and crossed the Willowemoc Creek. This is a 48 foot town lattice truss, built in 1860. The bridge is next to the Covered Bridge Campground which was not yet open for the season during our visit in April, 1998. The bridge was cut in half and moved to this location in 1913. This bridge was originally located in Livingston Manor.

Photography
Easy to photograph portal since the bridge traffic is light. A path leads down to the creek with a nice location for a side photo.

Parking
Parking available after crossing bridge.

Additional Information
Covered Bridge Campsite


Truss / Arch

Town Lattice Truss

No photo available


Location Map

Location map of Bendo Bridge


Mapquest Location Map


Location
5.6 miles east of NY17 on CR82 (Exit 96) to Debruce, then 1.8 miles right on Willowemoc Road and 0.4 miles right on Conklin Hill Rd to Covered Bridge Campsites. The bridge is located in the town of Rockland in Sullivan County.

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