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Mill Brook Bridge
Grants Mills
Hardenbergh, NY - Ulster County
Photo of Grants Mills Bridge
Photo of Grants Mills Bridge

Photo of Grants Mills Bridge Portal
Grants Mills Bridge Portal

Bridge Statistics
Region:  Catskills
County:  Ulster
Town:  Arkville
Locality:  Hardenbergh
Position - Lat: 
N 42º 04.840'
W 74º 39.502'
Owner:  Town
Bridge Carries:  Bypassed Mill Brook Road
Bridge Crosses:  Mill Brook
Bridge Traffic:  Closed
Truss Type:  Town Lattice
Year Built:  1902
Builder:  Edgar Marks, Orrin B. Marks and Wesley Alton
Structure Characteristics:  Length:  66'-0"
Width: 17'-6"
Lanes: 1
Posted Load: None
Posted Vertical Clearance: None
World Guide No.: 32-56-06
National Register of Historic Places Date:
December 17, 1998

The Grants Mills Bridge is on Mill Brook Road just across the Delaware-Ulster county line in Ulster County. This bridge is a town truss built in 1902 and completely rehabilitated in 1992. It has one span of 66 feet. An historic covered bridge, the Grants Mills bridge is closed to vehicular traffic. It is located 2.2 miles south of the trail leading to the Tuscarora Club bridge located in Delaware county.

Easy to photograph portal since the bridge has no traffic. Easy to get nice photo of side view of bridge from near new bridge.

A few parking spaces are available near the bridge.

Truss / Arch

Photo of Grants Mills Bridge Truss
Town Lattice Truss

Location Map

Location Map for Grants Mills Bridge

2.2 miles southwest of junction NY30 and Margaretville on NY28, then 0.3 miles left and 0.3 miles right on NYC road along Pepacton Reservoir and 5.0 left on N side of bypassed section of Mill Brook Rd. This bridge is south of Margaretville, in Ulster County.

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