Susquehannah Turnpike

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Susquehannah Turnpike
Susquehannah Turnpike is located in New York
Susquehannah Turnpike
Location Beginning at Catskill, follows the Mohican Trail (NY 145) and CR 20 and 22 NW to the Schoharie County line, Catskill, New York
Coordinates 42°18′35″N 74°0′58″W / 42.30972°N 74.01611°W / 42.30972; -74.01611Coordinates: 42°18′35″N 74°0′58″W / 42.30972°N 74.01611°W / 42.30972; -74.01611
Area 200 acres (81 ha)
Built 1800
Architect Susquehannah Turnpike Co.
Governing body State
NRHP Reference # 74001241[1]
Added to NRHP January 2, 1974

Susquehannah Turnpike is a historic 25 mile turnpike beginning at Catskill on the Hudson River and stretching through the town of Durham in Greene County, New York. Part of the route follows the Mohican Trail and it features a number of stone arch bridges. Nine of the 25 original milestones remain.[2]

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974.[1]

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