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Newfield Bridge
Newfield, NY - Tompkings County
Elevaion view Newfield Bridge
Newfield Bridge on July 2003

Photo of Portal of Newfield Bridge
Newfield Bridge Portal - July 2003

Bridge Statistics
Region:  Finger Lakes
County:  Tompkins
County:  Tompkins
Town:  Newfield
Locality:  Newfield
Position - Lat: 
N 42 21.792
W 76 35.298
Owner:  Town
Bridge Carries:  Bridge Street
Bridge Crosses:  West Branch Cayuga Creek
Bridge Traffic:  Vehicular
Truss Type:  Town Lattice and Arch
Year Built:  1853
Builder:  Samuel Hamm and Sons
Structure Characteristics:  Length:  115'-0"
Width: 16'-0"
Lanes: 1
Posted Load: 5 Tons
Posted Vertical Clearance: 9'-5"
World Guide No.: 32-55-01
National Register of Historic Places Date:
February 25, 2000

The Newfield Bridge most western bridges in New York State. It is carries Bridge Street in the Village of Newfield over Cayuga Creek. The truss is a Town Lattice with Arch with a span of 115 feet. This bridge was built in 1853.

Since new view area was created photography of the side of the briges is very good. The portals can be photographed from the road, be careful of traffic.

Parking area to the north of the bridge, just off Bridge Street adjacent to the bridge.

Photo of Hamden Bridge before 2001???    Photo of Hamden Bridge portal before 2001
Newfield bridge before 2001???

Truss / Arch

Photo of Newfield Bridge truss
Town Lattice Truss and Arch

Location Map

Location map for Newfield Bridge

2.6 miles southwest of junction NY34/96 on NY13, then 0.8 miles right at Newfield exit old Rte 13 and 0.1 miles right on Bridge Street (between Main and Bank Streets). This bridge in Newfield NY, in Tompkins County.

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