LOWER SHAVERTOWN BRIDGE NY-13-07
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The Lower Shavertown Bridge was originally built in Shavertown in 1877 by Anson Jenkins and August Neidig, it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as of April 29, 1999. It was moved to this location in 1954 by Carl Campbell and was, for a time, called Campbell's Bridge.
It is located in the Town of Hancock over the Trout Creek with a single span of 32 feet of Town truss design. It is a private bridge, please do not trespass. They usually grant permission to see the bridge if you are polite enough to ask!
Directions to the bridge:
From Roscoe, take County Route 96 to the north end of Tennanah Lake. Turn right on the road to Lake Muskoday. In 3 miles, on your right, is the bridge.