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The trestle, photographed in April 2011
|Carries||Wallkill Valley Rail Trail, formerly Wallkill Valley Railroad|
|Locale||Rosendale, New York, United States|
|Total length||940 feet (290 m)|
|Width||6 ft (1,829 mm) (broad gauge)|
|No. of spans||9|
|Clearance below||150 feet (46 m) above the water|
|Fabrication by||Carnegie Steel Company|
|Inaugurated||April 6, 1872|
The Rosendale Trestle is a bridge in Ulster County, New York. It was completed in 1872. It also was a railroad. It is 940 feet.
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References[change | change source]
- Mabee 1995, pp. 18–20.
- Mabee, Carleton (1995). Listen to the Whistle: An Anecdotal History of the Wallkill Valley Railroad. Fleishmanns, NY: Purple Mountain Press. ISBN 978-0-935796-69-8.