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Kellams Bridge

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The Little Equinunk Bridge, also known as Kellam’s Bridge, is a suspension bridge spanning the Delaware between Hankins, NY, and Stalker, PA. The bridge was built in 1889 and opened in 1890. It was originally a toll bridge. The deck of the bridge underwent major repairs in 1936, including replacement of the original wooden deck with the steel deck which remains today. The bridge was damaged by the June 2006 flooding of the Delaware River, but was repaired in October 2006. The design of the bridge is unusual, in that a large section of the cables in the middle of the bridge go below the main deck.

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New York-Pennsylvania Interstate Bridge Commission
55 Keystone Industrial Park
Dunmore NY 18512