Interesting Covered Bridges in New York

We can only talk about some of the covered bridge in New York State here, but this list offers some idea of the history and architecture we encounter around the country and settlements.

Beaverkill Bridge (Conklin Bridge)

It is an expressive structure, with a length of 30 meters, looking quite fortified at a weight of nearly three tonnes. The original bridge was built in 1865.

Buskirk Covered Bridge

The Buskirk Bridge is unique in New York State because it is the only bridge that takes you from one county to another.

Copeland Covered Bridge

The bridge was originally opened in 1879. It is named after local resident Arad Copeland, who moved here to run a sawmill.

Downsville Bridge

Eagleville Covered Bridge

Fox Creek Covered Bridge (Schoharie Bridge)

Hyde Hall Covered Bridge

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