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The Callicoon Bridge carries vehicles and pedestrians across the Delaware River between the unincorporated hamlet of Callicoon in the town of Delaware, part of Sullivan County, New York, and Damascus Township in Wayne County, Pennsylvania. It is a multi-girder structure of steel and concrete built in the early 1960s to replace an older bridge built in 1899 (shown in the photo).

In addition to the river, it crosses the flood plain on its eastern bank in New York created by the confluence of the Delaware and Callicoon Creek, one of its major tributaries in the area, just downstream. As a result, the total length of the bridge's seven spans is almost a thousand feet (305 m). It is the longest bridge on the Upper Delaware. Photo: Wikipedia Creative Commons.

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

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