Croghan Island Mill Bridge

The Croghan Island Mill Bridge carries South Bridge Street over the Beaver River in Croghan, New York.

The Pratt through truss, replacing a circa 1875 crossing that collapsed under the weight of a tractor trailer load of cement, 2 was constructed in 1952 and bypassed in 1993. 1 It served Croghan Island Mill, a circa 1875 water-powered sawmill.

South Bridge Street Bridge

Information
  • Total Length: 90 feet
  • Deck Width 11.8 feet
Sources
  1. United States Department of the Interior, National Park Service. Croghan Island Mill. Research report no. HAER NY-546.
  2. New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Historic Preservation Field Services Bureau. Croghan Island Mill. Research report no. 05-01307.

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