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5 Arch Bridge, Avon

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Avon Five Arch Bridge is a historic railroad arch bridge located at Avon in Livingston County, New York. It was built in 1856–1857 by the Rochester-Avon-Geneseo-Mount Morris Railroad (later Erie Railroad). The bridge measures 200 feet long, 12 feet wide, and approximately 30 feet high. It consist of five elliptical arches built of ashlar on limestone piers. The rail line was abandoned in 1941, and the bridge stabilized in 1992. It is located in a public park.
It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2012. Make 5 Arch Bridge a part of your Avon vacation plans using our Avon online trip maker.
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  • If you like history, beauty and sightseeing in general, you will like the FIVE ARCH BRIDGE. There is a path that goes down to the water. Swimming and wading is prohibited, but people were in the.....  more
    If you like history, beauty and sightseeing in general, you will like the FIVE ARCH BRIDGE. There is a path that goes down to the water. Swimming and wading is prohibited, but people were in the.....  more »
  • Five Arch Bridge is a beautiful little spot to get out and stretch your legs. Nice background for photos too. 
    Five Arch Bridge is a beautiful little spot to get out and stretch your legs. Nice background for photos too.  more »
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  • A beautiful and Serene little place to pull over off the road.
  • Great quick stop for pics! Right on the road into Avon, ny.

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