HAMDEN BRIDGE NY-13-03
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The Hamden Bridge recently went through a complete refurbishing. It was originally built by Robert Murray in 1859, it is listed on the National Register of historic Places as of April 29, 1999.
The bridge is located in the Town of Hamden, east of State Route 10, north of the village. It is over the West Branch of the Delaware River. A two-span bridge of 125 feet of Long truss, the center pier is not original but was added in the 1940's.
Directions to the bridge:
The bridge can be seen from State Route 10 at the East end of the Village of Hamden, on the right while proceeding Northeast.
Hamden was recently re-done. How do you like these new photos?