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Downsville Bridge  Downsville NY - 32-13-01

This historical covered bridge in Downsville NY, Delaware County crosses tbe East branch of the Delaware River. It is a Long Truss and Queen with a span of 174 feet. This bridge was built in 1854. It was completely rehabbed in 1998, the bottom chord of the truss were replaced by laminated beams.


  Fitches Bridge  Delhi NY - 32-13-02

This historical covered bridge in East Delhi NY, Delaware County. The bridge carries Fitches Bridge Road over tbe West branch of the Delaware River. It is a 100' long Town Lattice Truss. This bridge was built in 1870.


  Hamden Bridge  Delhi NY - 32-13-03

This historical covered bridge is 6 miles SW of Delhi NY, Delaware County. The bridge carries Basin Clove Road over tbe West Branch of the Delaware River. It a Long Truss with a span of 125 feet. This bridge was built in 1859.


  Tuscarora Club Bridge  Margaretville NY - 32-13-05

This bridge is located on the property of the Tuscarora Club south of Margaretville just off Mill Road.This bridge was originally built as a king truss. After being moved to this location it is now a stringer bridge. Still considered a historical bridge, it was built in 1870. The bridge carries a foot trail over Mill Brook. the bridge spans a 38 feet long.


  Campbell Bridge  Roscoe NY - 32-13-07

This historical bridge built in 1877 is a Town Lattice Truss. It is private land along Menthol Road across Trout Brook leading to the owners home on the oposite side of the creek. The bridge was moved to this location in 1954. It's span is 32 feet.


Authentic  Erpf Bridge  Arkville NY - 32-13-08

Photo of Erph Bridge This non historical bridge built in 1964 is a Town Lattice Truss. It is private land off Erpf Road across a small brook. This bridge has a span of 32 feet.




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Last Updated Januray 23, 2000