List of covered bridges in New York
This is a list of covered bridges in New York State.
The New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation identifies 29 covered bridges in New York State as historic, but these are not all listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The New York Society of Covered Bridges lists 24 historic covered bridges.
One of the NRHPs, Old Blenheim Bridge, has further been declared to be a National Historic Landmark and also has described by a Historic American Engineering Record. It may be the longest single-span covered bridge in the United States or in the world.
24 identified by New York Society of Covered Bridges
(ordered by counties):
The following is a list of 24 of the historic New York State covered bridges.
18 identified by Peter Folk
More modern or otherwise not-as-authentic covered bridges in New York State also exist. Peter Folk lists the following 18 bridges:
- Waldbillig Bridge, in Albany County
- Voorheesville School Bridge, in Albany County
- Munson Bridge in Broome County
- Thomas E. Kelly Bridge in Cattaragus County
- Erpf Bridge in Delaware County
- Fort Ticonderoga / Kissing Bridge, in Essex County
- Morehouse Bridge in Fulton County
- Old Forge Bridge in Herkimer County
- Frontenac or North Country Bridge, in Jefferson County
- Americana Village Bridge, in Madison County
- Roydhouse Bridge, in Oneida County,
- Schoharie Bridge, in Schoharie County
- Ludlow Greens Bridge, in Suffolk County
- Grahamsville Bridge, in Sullivan County
- Friendship Manor Bridge, in Ulster County
- Myers Bridge, in Ulster County
- Cambridge Bridge, in Washington County
- Granville Bridge, in Washington County
- New York Covered Bridge Society state map with locations, and a photo of each historic bridge
- "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2009-03-13.
- Eckholm, Erik (August 31, 2011). "Covered Bridges, Beloved Remnants of Another Era, Were Casualties, Too". The New York Times. Retrieved 2011-09-02.
- "Covered Bridges of New York", by Peter Folk includes non-historic examples as well.
- Dale J. Travis Covered Bridges. NYSCB Credits. Retrieved May 20, 2013.
- Covered Bridges of the Northeast USA. NYSCB Credits. Retrieved May 20, 2013.