NEWFIELD BRIDGE NY-55-01
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Newfield bridge was originally built by Samuel Hamm & Sons, David Dassance, and Patchen Parsons in 1853, it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places effective February 25, 2000. It is the oldest surviving covered bridge still open to daily vehicular traffic.
Located in the Town of Newfield, east of State Route 13 in the Village of Newfield. It is over the west branch of the Cayuga Creek and a single span of 115 feet of Town truss. A Laminated arch was added in 1972 when Milton Graton re-built the bridge.
Directions to the bridge:
Follow the signs on State Route 13, either northbound OR southbound, as you approach Newfield. The bridge is in the center of the village and well marked.
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