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Three Brothers Bridge -  formerly Triuna
NY-57-b
Bolton Landing, NY - Warren County
Photo of Three Brothers South Bridge
Photo of Three Brothers South Bridge
Spans across lake from south island to middle island

Photo of Three Brothers Island North Bridge
Photo of Three Brothers North Bridge
Spans across lake from north island to middle island


Bridge Statistics
Region:  Adirondacks
County:  Warren
Town:  Bolton
Locality:  Bolton Landing
Position - Lat: 
Lon: 
N 43 32.097
W 73 39.172
Owner:  Swire Family
Bridge Carries:  Spans from Island to Island
Bridge Crosses:  Lake George
Bridge Traffic:  Pedestrian
Superstructure Type:  Stringer
Year Built:  1907
Builder:  Trask Family
Structure Characteristics:  Length:  92'-0" Total Length - Three Spans
Width: Unknown
Lanes: 1
Posted Load: None
Posted Vertical Clearance: None
World Guide No.: 32-57-b
National Register of Historic Places Date:
Not Applicable

Description
These bridges are unique in that they span three island in Lake George. The islands are in the village of Bolton Landing about 0.1 miles from the west shore of Lake George. The bridges consist of a three span stringer bridge with a timber roof, and a total length of 92 feet. The bridge was built in 1907.

Photography
Photograph bridges from boat on Lake George.

Parking
Bridge must be seen by boat on Lake George. Islands are private property.



Truss / Arch

Stringer Bridge

No photo available

Stringer


Location Map

Location map for Three Brothers Island Bridges
Location Photo

The islands, lower left, as seen from summit of Buck Mounatain on the east side of Lake George

Location
Between islands on Lake George, in the village of Bolton Landing about 0.1 miles from the west shore of Lake George. This bridge is in the town of Bolton, in Warren County.


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