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Syracuse, Geneva & Corning Railroad, Dresden, Yates County

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Inventory Number: NY/32-62-U01x
County: Yates County
Township: Torrey
Town/Village: Dresden
Bridge Name: Syracuse, Geneva & Corning Railroad, Dresden
Crosses: Keuka Lake Outlet
Truss type: Uncovered Howe Deck
Spans: 4
Length: c400'
Roadway Width:
Built: c1877
Builder:
When Lost: c1885
Cause:
Latitude: N42 40.804
Longitude: W076 57.481
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Syracuse, Geneva & Corning Railroad, Dresden Bridge, Torrey, Yates County, NY Built c1877 Lost c1885
Todd Clark Collection


Syracuse, Geneva & Corning Railroad, Dresden Bridge, Torrey, Yates County, NY Built c1877 Lost c1885
Todd Clark Collection

Comments:
Syracuse, Geneva & Corning Railroad. The three southern spans were 9 panels and the northernmost span was 12 panels. The line was built in 1877, so the bridge probably dates to that time. A new iron bridge was built here in 1885.
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