FORGE BRIDGE NY-56-02
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Forge Bridge was originally built in 1906 by Jerome Moot. The application for the National Register of Historic Places is in process. We are hoping for an answer soon.
Located in the Town of Hardenbergh about 7.6 miles south of Arkville. It is over the Dry Brook, a single span of 27 feet of Kingpost truss. This is a PRIVATE bridge with fencing over the entrance. Please ask permission, trespassers are NOT nice people.
Directions to the bridge:
From the new bridge across Dry Brook on State Route 28 in Arkville, take Dry Brook Road for almost 7.6 miles, the bridge sets next to the roadway.