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The Hamden Covered Bridge is located in the hamlet of Hamden in Delaware County, New York.

Hamden Covered Bridge

Hamden, Delaware County

The historic Hamden Covered Bridge was built in 1859 by Robert Murray at a cost of $1,000. The bridge is a single span, one lane wide and is 128 feet long as it spans the West Branch of the Delaware River. The bridge functioned as a much-needed public crossing point of the river, a function that began for pedestrians, horses and wagons but continues today for automobile traffic. The historic bridge was restored in 2000 at a cost of $558,000. Restoration work included a new roof, bottom chord replacement and vertical post replacement. The Hamden Covered Bridge is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.