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Rolling Hill Mill Road Bridge, Grove Road, spanning east branch of AuSable River, Au Sable Forks, Essex County, NY

Rolling Hill Mill Road Bridge, Grove Road, spanning east branch of AuSable River, Au Sable Forks, Essex County, NY

 
 
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Significance: One of the older through Pratt truss bridges in New York State. This bridge was a very important link between the extensive iron, pulp, and paper processing district and the commercial and residential districts of the hamlet of AuSable Forks.
Survey number: HAER NY-171
Building/structure dates: 1879 Initial Construction
Building/structure dates: 1987

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Historic American Engineering Record, creator
King Iron Bridge & Manufacturing Company
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au sable forks44.01074, -73.95077
Google Map of 44.0107408, -73.9507728
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