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Fitches Covered Bridge

Fitch's Bridge
Crosses West Branch of the Delaware River
Fitch's Covered Bridge
Fitch's Covered Bridge, November 2004
Fitches Bridge
Location East Delhi, NY

42°17′53.39″N 74°52′47.21″W / 42.2981639°N 74.8797806°W / 42.2981639; -74.8797806Coordinates: 42°17′53.39″N 74°52′47.21″W / 42.2981639°N 74.8797806°W / 42.2981639; -74.8797806

Built 1870
Architect James Frazer and James Warren
Governing body Public
NRHP Reference # 99000508
Added to NRHP April 29, 1999 [1]

Fitch's Bridge is a wooden covered bridge over the West Branch of the Delaware River. It is in the town of Delhi and is one of 24 covered bridges in New York State.


See also


External links

  • Fitch's Bridge, at New York State Covered Bridge Society
  • Fitches Bridge, at Covered Bridges of the Northeast USA

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