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Tuscarora Club / Demis Bridge
Middletown, NY - Delaware County
Photo of Tuscarora Club Bridge
Photo of Tuscarora Club Bridge

Photo of Tuscarora Club Bridge Portal
Tuscarora Club Bridge Portal

Bridge Statistics
Region:  Delaware River Valley
County:  Delaware
Town:  Middletown
Locality:  Margaretville
Position - Lat: 
N 42 21.792change
W 76 35.298change
Owner:  Tuscarora Club
Bridge Carries:  Foot Trail
Bridge Crosses:  Mill Brook
Bridge Traffic:  Pedestrian (Private)
Original Truss Type:  Kingpost
New Superstructure Type:  Stringer
Year Built:  1870
Year Moved:  1935
Builder:  William Mead
Structure Characteristics:  Length:  38'-0"
Width: 12'-10"
Lanes: 1
Posted Load: None
Posted Vertical Clearance: None
World Guide No.: 32-13-05
National Register of Historic Places Date:

This bridge is located on the property of the Tuscarora Club south of Margaretville just off Mill Road.This bridge was originally built as a king truss. After being moved to this location it is now a stringer bridge. Still considered a historical bridge, it was built in 1870. The bridge carries a foot trail over Mill Brook. The bridge spans a 38 feet long. Bridge is located on private property, ask for permission to visit this bridge.

Easy to photograph portal since the bridge has no traffic. A path leads down to the brook with a nice location for a side photo.

Very little parking available along Mill Brook Road.

Truss / Arch

Stringer Span

No photo available

Location Map

Location Map for Tuscarora Club Bridge

2.2 miles southwest o junction NY30 and Margaretville on NY28, then 0.3 miles left and 0.3 miles right on NYC road along Pepacton Reservoir, 2.8 miles left on Mill Brook Road to D.L. Reese mailbox, and walk 0.1 miles right on road at telephone pole #32/125. Ahead on left down an embankment on a path to the bridge. This bridge is in Delaware County.

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