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This is the last remaining covered bridge in the Adirondacks and the longest one in New York State. Built in 1857 across the east branch of the Ausable river in Jay, New York, it served an industrial district of local mills and forges. Eventually the 160 foot Howe Truss design bridge began to deteriorate, but restoration in the early 2000’s has nicely preserved this piece of Adirondack history.

old covered bridge adirondacks

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