Kingston Ulster county NY. USA
The Kingston – Port Ewen Suspension Bridge, sometimes known as the “Rondout Creek bridge”, “Old Bridge” or “Wurts Street Bridge”, is a steel suspension bridge spanning Rondout Creek, near where it empties into the Hudson River. It connects the City of Kingston to the north, with the village of Port Ewen to the south. Completed in 1921, it was the final link in New York’s first north-south highway on the West Shore of the Hudson, and is considered an important engineering accomplishment associated with the development of early motoring.
National Register of Historic Places :
Kingston-Port Ewen Suspension Bridge (added 1980 Structure #80002783) U.S. 9W, Kingston
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