Covered Bridge of Salisbury Center
Fairview Road, Salisbury Center, NY, USA
Covered Bridge of Salisbury Center Reviews
A very nice covered bridge Jun 04, 2010
The Salisbury Center Bridge was erected in 1875 by Alvah Hopson over Spruce Creek. At one time the creek furnished waterpower for nine nearby mills. The bridge was placed on the National Register of Historic Places June 19, 1972. Only a single lane in width it is 15 feet 4 inches wide, and covers a span length of 50 feet. It is constructed with multiple Kingposts and arch. There is a small park just to one side so the parking for pictures is easy and allows for good photos. The bridge is preserved by the Salisbury Tow Board, The Salisbury Historical Society and the New York Covered Bridge Society. The nice bronze plaque was set in place by the bridge in 1979. We liked the small sign over the entry.
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