Historic Stone Arch Bridge over Bedens Brook

Bedens Brook Road
NJ 08558

Historic Stone Arch Bridge over Bedens Brook

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This single-arched, random rubble structure approximately 20 feet long and 20 feet wide was probably constructed between 1872 and 1900 and still is in continuous use providing only a single vehicle crossing. The bridge is historically significant as one of the few surviving 19th century stone bridges in Somerset County and is intact and retains its integrity in the stonework, single arch, four wing walls and parapet walls. The bridge was "built of local stone, its adornment provided by its neatly laid voussoirs and a single rough keystone."


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