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1. LONG ISLAND
NASSAU & SUFFOLK COUNTIES
2. NEW YORK CITY
BROOKLYN, BRONX, MANHATTAN, QUEENS & STATEN ISLAND
3. LOWER HUDSON VALLEY
DUTCHESS, ORANGE, PUTNAM, ROCKLAND, SULLIVAN, ULSTER & WESTCHESTER COUNTIES
4. CAPITAL REGION/NORTHERN CATSKILLS
ALBANY, COLUMBIA, DELAWARE, GREENE, MONTGOMERY, OSTEGO, RENSSELAER, SCHENECTADY & SCHOHARIE COUNTIES
5. EASTERN ADIRONDACKS/LAKE CHAMPLAIN
CLINTON, ESSEX, FRANKLIN, FULTON, HAMILTON, SARATOGA, WARREN & WASHINGTON COUNTIES
6. WESTERN ADIRONDACKS/EASTERN LAKE ONTARIO
HERKIMER, JEFFERSON, LEWIS, ONEIDA & ST.LAWRENCE COUNTIES
7. CENTRAL NEW YORK
BROOME, CAYUGA, CHENANGO, CORTLAND, MADISON, ONONDAGA, OSWEGO, TIOGA & TOMPKINS COUNTIES
8. WESTERN FINGER LAKES
CHEMUNG, GENESSEE, LIVINGSTON, MONROE, ONTARIO, ORLEANS, SCHUYLER, SENECA, STUEBEN, WAYNE & YATES COUNTIES
9. WESTERN NEW YORK
ALLEGHANY, CHAUTAUQUA, CATTARAUGUS, ERIE, NIAGARA & WYOMING COUNTIES
1. LONG ISLAND
NASSAU & SUFFOLK COUNTIES

 SUFFOLK COUNTY

LUDLOW GREENS, NY-52-02, Town Truss, built in 1990 by Jonathan Foster. It is 50' long. It is located on Long Island, in Bridgehampton, on Edgewood Ave.

The GPS location is N40 56.55 W72 17.47.


2. NEW YORK CITY
BROOKLYN, BRONX, MANHATTAN, QUEENS & STATEN ISLAND

No Covered Bridges

3. LOWER HUDSON VALLEY
DUTCHESS, ORANGE, PUTNAM, ROCKLAND, SULLIVAN, ULSTER & WESTCHESTER COUNTIES


SULLIVAN COUNTY

HALLS MILLS BRIDGE, 32-53-01, Town Lattice Truss, built by David Benton & John Knight in 1912.It is 119' long & hasn't yet been added to the National Register. It is located in the town of Neversink, off Hunter Road. It is in the process of being re-furbished.

The GPS location is N41 53.42 W074 35.40.

BEAVERKILL BRIDGE, 32-53-02, Town Lattice Truss, built by John Davidson in 1865. It is 98' long & is currently on the books for the National Register. It is located on Campsite Road in Beaverkill State Campsite, SW of Lewbeach.

The GPS location is N41 58.893 W74 50.170.

LIVINGSTON MANOR, VAN TRAN FLAT BRIDGE, 32-53-03, Town Lattice Truss, built by John Davidson in 1860. It is 117' long & is yet to be added to the National Register. It is located on Covered Bridge Road, North of Livingston Manor.

The GPS location is N41 54.87 W74 49.90.

BENDO BRIDGE, 32-53-04, Town Lattice Truss, built by John Davidson in 1860 in Livingston Manor, moved to present position in 1913. It is 48' long & does not qualify for the National Register. It is located in Covered Bridge Campsite on Conklin Road. Permission to visit is needed.

The GPS location is N41 54.40 W74 41.97.

GRAHAMSVILLE BRIDGE, 32-53-B, Stringer, built in 1976, is located NW of Grahamsville, on the south side of Rte. 55.

The GPS location is N41 51.273 W74 33.296.


ULSTER COUNTY

PERRINE BRIDGE, 32-56-01, Burr Arch Truss, built by Benjamin Wood in 1844, restored in 1969. It is 138' long & was added to the National Register on April 13, 1973. It is located on North side of bypassed section of NY213, SW of Rifton, near I-87 exit.

The GPS location is N41 49.508 W74 03.343.

FORGE BRIDGE, 32-56-02, Kingpost Truss, built by Salem Jerome Moot in 1906. It is 27' long & is currently in the books for the National Register. It is the only Kingpost Truss in New York state & shortest. It is located SE of Arkville, on Dry Brook Road, along south side, on a private road. Permission needed to visit bridge. It was damaged by Tropical Storm Irene and will be repaired.

The GPS location is N42 04.756 WE74 33.163.

TAPPAN, KITTLE BRIDGE, 32-56-03, built in by Salem Jerome Moot in 1870 as a Kingpost Truss. It is 43' long It was re-built in 1985 as a Stringer truss. It does not qualify for the National Register. It is located along Dry Brook Road, on private land. It was slightly damaged by Tropical Storm Irene but can still be driven on.

The GPS location is N42 03.946 W74 32.841.

ASHOKAN, TURNWOOD BRIDGE, 32-56-05, Town Lattice Truss, built by Nelson Tomkins in 1885, moved to the New York State University Campus in Olivebridge in 1930. It is located on Beaverkill Road. There is a fee to walk the grounds.

The GPS location is N41 55.673 W74 11.755.

MILL BROOK BRIDGE, 32-56-06, Town Lattice Truss, built by Edgar Marks, Orrin Marks & Wesley Alton in 1902, restored in 1992. It is 66' long & was added to the National Register on December 17, 1998. It is located South of Margaretville, on Mill Brook Road. It was damaged by Tropical Storm Irene.

The GPS location is N42 04.827 W74 38.195.

MEYERS BRIDGE, 32-56-D, Stringer, is located on Dry Brook Road.

The GPS location is N42 03.51 & W74 32.39.

FRIENDSHIP MANOR BRIDGE, 32-56-E, Stringer, built in 1992, by Fort Miller Co. & Chesterfield Associates. It is located at the entrance to Catskill State Park.

The GPS location is N42 07.53 W74 28.27.


4. CAPITAL REGION/NORTHERN CATSKILLS
ALBANY, COLUMBIA, DELAWARE, GREENE, MONTGOMERY, OSTEGO, RENSSELAER, SCHENECTADY & SCHOHARIE COUNTIES


ALBANY COUNTY

WALDBILLIG BRIDGE, 32-01-01, Warren Truss, built by Gerald & Michael Waldbillig in 1955 is 30' long. It is located NE of Voorheesville, on private land, off Normanskill Road (CR20). It does not qualify for the National Register. Please get permission from owner to visit.

The GPS location is N42 39.837 W73 53.705.

OTTERNESS WAY BRIDGE, 32-01-c, Stringer, built in 1978, is located behind the Voorheesville School between a parking lot & the school, on the south side of rte. 156.

The GPS location is N42 38.963 W73 56.195.

COLONIE TOWN PARK BRIDGE, 32-01-D, Stringer. It is located 0.7 miles into Colonie Township Park in Latham.

The GPS location is N42 48.030 W73 44.603.

DELAWARE COUNTY

DOWNSVILLE BRIDGE, 32-13-01, Long with Queenpost Truss, built in 1854 by Robert Murray. It is 174' long & it was added to the National Register on April 29, 1999. It is New York State's Longest Operating Covered Bridge. It is located in Downsville, NY, on Bridge Street.

The GPS location is N42 04.573 W74 59.443.

FITCH'S BRIDGE, 32-13-02#2, Town Lattice Truss, built by James Frazer & James Warren in 1870 & moved to present position in 1885. It is 113' long & was added to the National Register on April 29, 1999. It is located off NY 10, on Fitches Bridge road, NE of Dehli.

The GPS location is N42 17.894 W74 52.757.






HAMDEN BRIDGE, 32-13-03#2 Long Truss, built by Robert Murray in 1859.It was added to the National Register on April 29, 1999. It is 128' long. It is located on Basin Clove Road, 6 miles SW of Dehli.

The GPS location is N42 11.739 W74 59.303.

The second photo of the Hamden Bridge was given to me by my NY covered bridge friend Trish Kane after a recent re-furbishing.

TUSCARORA CLUB, DEMIS BRIDGE, 32-13-05#2, built by William Mead in 1870 as a Kingpost Truss  & relocated in 1935 in Dunraven, NY. It was 38' long & did not qualify for the National Register. It was destroyed by Hurricane Irene on August 28, 2011. The bridge was been rebuilt in 2012 by Arnold M. Graton Associates, Inc. Request permission at Lodge 2.0 miles ahead on left.

The GPS location is N42 05.22 W074 41.46

LOWER SHAVERTOWN, formerly known as CAMPBELL, 32-13-07, Town Lattice Truss, built in 1877 by Anson Jenkins & August Neidig in Shavertown, NY, moved to present position by Carl Campbell in 1954. It was added to the National Register on April 29, 1999. It is 32' long. It is located on Methol Road, on private land, WSW of Cooks Falls.

The GPS location is N41 55.402 W75 00.784.

ERPF BRIDGE, 32-13-08, Town Lattice Truss, built by Seager Fairburn in 1964, is located SE of Arkville, off Erpf Road, on private land. It is 31' long & does not qualify for the National  Register. The photo included was given to me by my New York Covered Bridge Society friend Trish Kane. An appointment is needed to visit.

The GPS location is N42 08.646 W74 36.035.

FROSCH BRIDGE 32-13-F, Stringer, built in 1977, across Beaver Run SSE of Hancock, NY on Covered Bridge Rd. 300’ to the bridge.

The GPS location is N41 54.03 W75 13.72)

CHURCH STREET STATION 32-13-g, Stringer was built in 1987 across a creek in Arkville, Delaware County, NY. It is now located in a parking lot off Church Street.

The GPS location is (N42 08.886 W74 36.996)

OSTEGO COUNTY

HYDE HALL BRIDGE, 32-39-01, Burr Arch Truss, built by Cyrenus Clark, Andrew & Lorenzo Bates in 1825. It is the oldest in the United States. It is 53' long & was added to the National Register on December 17, 1998. It is in Glimmerglass State Park, near East Springfield. It survived the Tropical Storm Irene but for a branch punctured the siding.

The GPS location is N42 47.414 W74 51.812.

RENSSELAER-WASHINGTON COUNTY

BUSKIRK BRIDGE, 32-42-02#2 & 32-58-04#2, Howe Truss, built by Peter O. Osterhauth, Charles Newman, James B. Roberts & Charles F. Ingalls in 1857. It is 53' long & was added to the National Register on March 8, 1978. It is 158' long & is located at Buskirk, on Buskirk West Hoosick Road CR 59. It is shared with Washington County.

The GPS location is N42 57.495 W73 25.988.

SCHOHARIE COUNTY

BLENHEIM BRIDGE, 32-48-01, Double-Barreled Long Truss with Arch, (very rare type), built by Nicholas Montgomery Powers in 1855. It is 228' long & was added to the National Register on October 15, 1966. It was the longest covered bridge in New York State. It was destroyed by Hurricane Irene on August 28, 2011. Work is planned to start in rebuilding it at the end of March.

The GPS location was N42 28.305 W74 26.490.

SCHOHARIE BRIDGE, 32-48-B, Stringer. It is located at Schoharie, on Main Street, at the 1785 Col. Peter Vroman House.

The GPS location is N42 40.77 W74 18.06.


5. EASTERN ADIRONDACKS/LAKE CHAMPLAIN
CLINTON, ESSEX, FRANKLIN, FULTON, HAMILTON, SARATOGA, WARREN & WASHINGTON COUNTIES


ESSEX COUNTY

JAY BRIDGE, 32-16-01, Howe Truss, built by George M. Burt in 1857. It is located in Jay, on Covered Bridge Lane. It is completely rebuilt & placed over water.

The GPS location is N44 22.38 W73 43.50.

FORT TICONDEROGA, KISSING BRIDGE, 32-16-E, Town-like structure, built in 1994 by the Elk Club, is located West of Fort Ticonderoga Historic site in Bicentennial Park, off NY 22.

The GPS location is N43 50.96 W73 25.12.


 FULTON COUNTY

EAGLE MILLS BRIDGE, 32-18-01, Town Truss, built by John Gasner in 1967. It is 40' long and does not qualify for the National Register. It is located East of Broadalbin, off Eagle Mills Road, at Eagle Mills Cider Company.

The GPS location is N43 04.80 W74 07.77.

MOREHOUSE BRIDGE, 32-18-c, Stringer, built in 1991 by Douglas Morehouse, is located along the north side of Route 29, south of Broadalbin, on private property.

The GPS location is N43 03.23 W74 11.78.


 SARATOGA COUNTY

COPELAND BRIDGE, 32-46-01, Queenpost Truss, built by Arad Copeland in 1879. It is 35' long & was added to the National Register on August 6, 1998. It is the only historic Queenpost in New York state. It is located East of Edinburg, along North Shore Road, on private property.

The GPS location is N43 13.255 W74 06.015.


WASHINGTON COUNTY

EAGLEVILLE BRIDGE, 32-58-01, Town Lattice Truss, built by Ephraim W. Clapp in 1858. It is 100' long & was added to the National Register on March 8, 1978. It is located on Eagleville Road, off NY 313, in Eagleville.

The GPS location is N43 04.993 W73 18.822.

SHUSHAN BRIDGE, 32-58-02, Town Lattice Truss, built by Milton & James C. Stevens in 1858 & relocated in 1963.It is 161' long & was added to the National Register on March 8, 1978. It is located at the intersection of CR 61 & CR64, at Shushan.

The GPS location is N43 05.477 W73 20.731.

REXLEIGH BRIDGE, 32-58-03#2, Howe Truss, built by Reuben Comins & George Wadsworth in 1874, restored in 1984. It is 107' long & was added to the National Register on March 8, 1978. It is located SSW of Salem, on Rexleigh Road.

The GPS location is N43 08.088 W73 21.338.

SEEDHOUSE/ASGROW GARDENS, 32-58-a, a 23-foot Stringer footbridge, built in 1890, is located along Rte 372, in a small park in Cambridge.

The GPS location is N43 01.673 W73 22.983.

SLATE BRIDGE, 32-58-d, built in 2000,a non-authentic footbridge, was located behind the Slate Valley Museum in Granville on Rathbun Avenue. It has been removed.

The GPS location is N43 24.33 W73 15.75.


6. WESTERN ADIRONDACKS/EASTERN LAKE ONTARIO
HERKIMER, JEFFERSON, LEWIS, ONEIDA & ST.LAWRENCE COUNTIES


HERKIMER COUNTY

ALVAH HOPSON, SALISBURY CENTER BRIDGE, 32-22-01, Multiple Kingpost & Arch Truss, built by Alvah Hopson in 1875. It is 50' long & was added to the National Register on June 19, 11972. It is located at Salisbury Center, off NY 29, on Fairview Road.

The GPS location is N43 08.44 W74 47.27.

OLD FORGE BRIDGE, 32-22-b, Stringer, built in 1987, is located in Old Forge, on the south side of NY28.

The GPS location is N43 42.70 W74 58.18.

JEFFERSON COUNTY

FRONTENAC, NORTH COUNTRY BRIDGE, 32-23-E, Town Lattice Truss, built by C. Gary Beckstead in 1979. It is 45' long & does not qualify for the National Register. It is located North of Bellville at Butterville, on private property, along Butterville Road. Ask permission to visit!

The GPS location is N43 50.61 W76 06.20.

ONIEDA COUNTY

ROYDHOUSE BRIDGE, 32-33-C, built in 1979, is located along Rte. 20 West, at Bridgewater, on Doe Road.

The GPS location is N42 53.71 W75 18.00.


7. CENTRAL NEW YORK
BROOME, CAYUGA, CHENANGO, CORTLAND, MADISON, ONONDAGA, OSWEGO, TIOGA & TOMPKINS COUNTIES


BROOME COUNTY

MUNSON BRIDGE, 32-04-h, Queenpost Truss, built by Robert & Rachel Munson in 1991 is 22' long. It is located near South Vestal, NY, on the south side of State Line Road. It does not qualify for the National Register. The photo included was given to me by my New York Covered Bridge Society friend Trish Kane. Please get permission from owner.

The GPS location is N42 00.41 W75 59.40.

MADISON COUNTY

AMERICANA VILLAGE BRIDGE, 32-27-A, Warren Truss, built by Donald Burch in 1968. It is 33' long & does not qualify for the National Register. It is located SSW of Madison, on private property, off Lake Moraine Road (TR 83).

The GPS location is N42 51.175 W31.647.

 TOMPKINS COUNTY

NEWFIELD BRIDGE, 32-55-01, Town Lattice Truss, built by Benjamin Starr & Samuel Hamm & Sons, David Dassance & Patchen Parsons in 1853, restored in 1972 with a laminated Arch. It is 115' long. It is located at Newfield, on Bridge Street, between Main & Bank Streets.

The GPS location is N42 21.79 W76 35.44.


8. WESTERN FINGER LAKES
CHEMUNG, GENESSEE, LIVINGSTON, MONROE, ONTARIO, ORLEANS, SCHUYLER, SENECA, STUEBEN, WAYNE & YATES COUNTIES

No Covered Bridges

9. WESTERN NEW YORK
ALLEGHANY, CHAUTAUQUA, CATTARAUGUS, ERIE, NIAGARA & WYOMING COUNTIES


CATTARAGUS COUNTY

THOMAS E. KELLY BRIDGE, 32-05-f, Stringer Truss, built in 1989 in the Alleghany State Park, in the Red House Area.

The GPS location is N42 05.979 W78 44.122.

photo by Trish Kane

 

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