|Bridge Name||Facility Carried / Feature Intersected||Location||Structure Type||Construction Date and Builder/Engineer|
King Road Bridge
||King Road Over Buttermilk Creek||Rural: Tompkins County, New York||Stone Segmental Deck Arch, Fixed||1929 By Builder/Contractor: Unknown|
|Main Span Length||Structure Length||Roadway Width||Main Spans||NBI Number|
|66 Feet (20.1 Meters)||70 Feet (21.3 Meters)||26.6 Feet (8.1 Meters)||1||1050270|
This attractive stone arch bridge is on a public highway that passes through Buttermilk Falls State Park. As such, the bridge serves not only as a functional crossing for traffic, but also as an attraction for the park.
The unusual shape of the stones composing the arch indicate that it was built using local materials. The stone in this area appears to break apart into thin rectangular shapes. This can be seen by looking at the unusual square-like shape to the riverbed below this bridge.
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