SHUSHAN BRIDGE NY-58-02
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Shushan Bridge was originally constructed in 1858 by Milton & James C. Stevens, it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as of March 8, 1978. The bridge is currently a museum (and a very interesting one, at that) open every day, except Monday, through the summer from 1 to 5 PM.
The bridge (museum) is located in the Town of Jackson-Salem, east of State Route 22 on County Route 61 in the village. It is over the Battenkill, a two span bridge of 160 feet of Town truss.
Directions to the bridge:
The bridge is in downtown Shushan on County Route 61.