North Blenheim, New York

North Blenheim is a hamlet in the town of Blenheim, New York. It had the longest wooden, single-span covered bridge in the United States, the Old Blenheim Bridge. It was built in 1855 and remained intact until 2011, when it was destroyed by flooding caused by Hurricane Irene.[1] The "Blenheim Gilboa Power Project Visitors Center" is also located there. The Blenheim covered bridge has been rebuilt, there will be a bridge ceremony in 2019.

North Blenheim
North Blenheim
Location of North Blenheim in New York
Coordinates: 42°28′15″N 74°26′44″W
CountryUnited States
StateNew York
CountySchoharie

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