Kingston Bridge (Kingston, New Jersey)
|Location||Route 27, Franklin Township, Somerset County, New Jersey|
|Part of||Kingston Mill Historic District (#86000707)|
|Added to NRHP||April 10, 1986|
The Kingston Bridge in the settlement of Kingston, Franklin Township in Somerset County, New Jersey, is the county's oldest bridge. It used to carry New Jersey Route 27 over the Millstone River. It is part of the Kingston Mill Historic District, listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1986.
A previous bridge at the site was destroyed during the American Revolutionary War to halt advancing British troops. The bridge was rebuilt in 1798.
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