HALLS MILLS BRIDGE NY-53-01
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Halls Mills Bridge was originally constructed in 1912 by David Benton and James Knight. It is not yet on the National Register of Historic Places.
It is located in the Town of Neversink, over the Neversink River, west of County Route 19, 2 miles north of State Route 55. It is a single span of Town Lattice truss.
Directions to the bridge:
From Curry, NY on State Route 55, go north on County Route 19 for almost 3 miles, turn left onto Hunter Road for about 0.3 miles, park and take the abandoned road on left to the bridge.
***When leaving this bridge, go back the 0.3 miles to County Route 19, turn right for 3 miles to State Route 55. Turn left and go 1.5 miles to the Chestnut Creek Covered Bridge. This bridge was built in 1976 as a Bicentennial project - 40 feet long, 2 lanes, Town truss.
The way it was...
...and then IRENE
Then the repairs begin...