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Inventory Number: NY/32-56-37
County: Ulster County
Township: Shawangunk
Town/Village: Bruynswick
Bridge Name: Bruynswick
Crosses: Shawangunk Kill
Truss type: Unknown truss with arch
Spans: 1
Length:
Roadway Width:
Built: 1810
Builder:
When Lost: 1903
Cause:
Latitude: N41 39.366
Longitude: W074 13.195
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Bruynswick Bridge, Bruynswick, Ulster County, NY Built 1810 Lost 1903
Todd Clark Collection
Comments:
10-panel truss. The bridge information comes from postcards issued around the time of its demise. The bridge collapsed in 1903 and was burned. It had stood for 93 years and was built by Mr. Swift.
Source:
Clark, Todd. Information received by email, August 2015

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