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AuSable Chasm Bridge

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AuSable Chasm Bridge

AuSable Chasm Bridge
Ausable Chasm Bridge
AuSable Chasm Bridge
Location US 9 over AuSable R., Au Sable, New York at Ausable Chasm

44°31′29″N 73°27′48″W / 44.52472°N 73.46333°W / 44.52472; -73.46333Coordinates: 44°31′29″N 73°27′48″W / 44.52472°N 73.46333°W / 44.52472; -73.46333

Area 2 acres (0.81 ha)
Built 1933
Architect MacCloskey, C.C., engineer, NYDPW; Stark, Burr M.,builder
Architectural style Steel Arch
Governing body State
MPS AuSable River Valley Bridges MPS
NRHP Reference # 99001320[1]
Added to NRHP November 12, 1999

AuSable Chasm Bridge is a historic steel arch bridge with concrete and stone faced approach spans that carries US 9 over the Ausable River at AuSable Chasm in Clinton County, New York. It was built in 1932-1933. The main span is 222 feet in length, with two 52 foot approach spans, for an overall length with approaches of 52 feet. It is approximately 40 feet wide, with a span height of 45 feet and overall height of 70 feet.[2]

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1999.[1]


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