Ulster County New York USA
Perrine’s Bridge is the second oldest bridge in the State of New York, after the Hyde Hall Bridge in East Springfield. Once located in the hamlet called Perrines Bridge between 1850 and 1861. It is located in the modern day town of Esopus-Rosendale, New York just a few hundred feet to the east of Interstate 87 crossing of the Wallkill River. The bridge is closed to traffic and is quite springy and bouncy when walking upon it.
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Perrine’s Bridge (added 1973 Structure #73001281) Off U.S. 87 over Wallkill River, Rosendale

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