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Railroad Bridge No. 9 at Sparrowsburg NY

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This bridge, also known as The Tusten Station Railroad Bridge is a through truss bridge over the Delaware River on Central New York Railroad. It was built in 1904 and is actually the fourth bridge to span this part of the Delaware River. The flag stop ?Tusten Station? stood right past the bridge on the New York side. The bridge is now operated by the New York Susquehanna and Western Railroad . The Central New York Railrod operates local freight service on old Erie Railroad tracks in New York and Pennsylvania. The railroad follows the Delaware River from Port Jervis to Binghamton, NY.

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Central New York Railroad

Cooperstown NY