Wilmington Bridge

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Wilmington Bridge is a historic concrete arch bridge over the Ausable River at Wilmington in Essex County, New York. It was built in 1934 and is an arch bridge faced with stone, 37 feet wide and spanning 160 feet (two 70 feet arch spans) at roughly 24 feet, 8 inches above water level. The bridge is maintained by the New York State Department of Public Works. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1999.

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Built for the North Eastern Railway and opened on 10 May 1907, The Wilmington Bridge replaced a single track bridge built in 1853 for the York & Midland Railway.

Wilmington Bridge, Hull, United Kingdom where it sited