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  2. Swing Bridge at New Bridge Landing - Wikipedia

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    It is recognized as the oldest surviving highway swing-bridge in the State of New Jersey. It can no longer rotate because it has been welded to the piers at either end. With approval from the Historic New Bridge Landing Park Commission, Bergen County completed a rehabilitation and historic restoration of the 1889 Swing Bridge in October 2003.

  3. Historic New Bridge Landing Park | VisitNJ.org

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    The present Pratt-type low-truss swing bridge opened Feb. 2, 1889. The bridge was so perfectly balanced that one person alone could rotate the bridge to let ships pass. The bridge was closed to auto traffic in 1956. Listed on NJ & National Registers by BCHS as the oldest highway swing-bridge in New Jersey.

  4. Bridge at New Bridge | Bergen County Historical Society

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    The 1889 iron truss swing bridge stands at the historic core of New Bridge, spanning the narrows of the Hackensack River, and occupying the very place of an earlier oak draw-bridge where the Continental army crossed in November 1776. The oldest highway swing bridge to survive in New Jersey, it has achieved significance in its own right.

  5. Swing Bridge at New Bridge Landing - Wikiwand

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    The bridge at New Bridge Landing, New Jersey was built in 1888 to replace an earlier wooden one, and was added to the National Register of Historic Places on July 5, 1989. For faster navigation, this Iframe is preloading the Wikiwand page for Swing Bridge at New Bridge Landing .

  6. Bridgehunter.com | New Bridge

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    Swing Bridge at New Bridge Landing Approximate latitude, longitude +40.91399, -74.03017 (decimal degrees) 40°54'50" N, 74°01'49" W (degrees°minutes'seconds") Approximate UTM coordinates 18/581670/4529662 (zone/easting/northing) Quadrangle map: Hackensack Inventory numbers NRHP 89000775 (National Register of Historic Places reference number)

  7. Category:Swing Bridge at New Bridge Landing - Wikimedia

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    Swing Bridge at New Bridge Landing bridge at New Bridge Landing, New Jersey Upload media Wikipedia Instance of bridge Location New Jersey Heritage designation National Register of Historic Places listed place 40° 54′ 51.12″ N, 74° 01′ 48″ W Authority control Q7658549 NRHP reference number: 89000775

  8. Swing Bridge at New Bridge Landing - Alchetron, the free ...

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    The bridge at New Bridge Landing, New Jersey was built in 1888 to replace an earlier wooden one, and was added to the National Register of Historic Places on July 5, 1989. According to historian Kevin Wright, the extant iron swing bridge at New Bridge Landing occupies the site of a series of wooden

  9. New Bridge Landing - Wikipedia

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    New Bridge was a prosperous mill hamlet, centered upon a bridge strategically placed at the narrows of the Hackensack River. In the American Revolution, New Bridge Landing was the site of a strategic bridge crossing the Hackensack River, where General George Washington led his troops in retreat from British forces November 20, 1776.

  10. Swing Bridge at New Bridge Landing, Connecticut - CT

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    The bridge at New Bridge Landing, New Jersey was built in 1888 to replace an earlier wooden one, and was added to the National Register of Historic Places on July 5, 1989.HistoryAccording to historian Kevin Wright, the extant iron swing bridge at New Bridge Landing occupies the site of a series of wooden drawbridges that have spanned the ...