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Slate Bridge
Granville, NY - Washington County

Slate Bridge Closeup

Slate Bridge

Bridge Statistics
Region:  Capital - Saratoga
County:  Washington
Town:  Granville
Locality:  Village of Granville
Position - Lat: 
N 43 24.326º
W 73 15.748º
Owner:  Unknown
Bridge Carries:  Foot Trail
Bridge Crosses:  Mettowee River
Bridge Traffic:  Pedestrian
Superstructure Type:  Stringer
Year Built:  2000
Builder:  Unknown
Structure Characteristics:  Length:  120'-0"
Width: 6'-0"
Lanes: 1
Posted Load: None
Posted Vertical Clearance: None
World Guide No.: 32-58-d
National Register of Historic Places Date:
Not Applicable

Slate Covered Bridge is a 120 feet long prefabricated steel superstructure in the Village of Granville, NY. This bridge was erected on May 19, 2000 across the Mettowee River. With the bridge being located in the Slate Valley the roof is made of slate. This bridge connects the Slate Valley Museum and the Pember Museum of Natural History.

Easy to photograph portal of bridge. Easy to get nice photo of side view of bridge from near Rathbun Avenue.

Found parking on W. Main Street. A short walk to the bridge.

Truss / Arch

Photo of Slate Bridge Roof
Prefabricated Steel Superstructure

Location Map

Location Map for Slate Bridge

0.7 miles west of New York - Vermont border in Village of Granville on NY149 ( W. Main Street ). Take left on Rathbun Avenue to bridge. Good parking on W. Main Street. This bridge is in the Village of Granville , Washington County.

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