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ALDRICH CHANGE BRIDGE, PALYMYRA NEW YORK (RESTORED 2001)

Architectural Iron Company made patterns for and cast the vertical members shown in this photo of a historic bridge being restored.

The bridge originally spanned the Erie Canal.

It is the oldest surviving example of Squire Whipple and the oldest dated iron bridge in New York State. It was originally built in 1858.

Architectural Iron Company has cast components for a number of bridges, including bridge tower saddles for the General Dean Bridge, a suspension bridge in Carlyle, Illinois.
 
Architectural Iron Company has also cast structural columns for the Walnut Street Bridge in Hellertown, PA, a cast and wrought iron Pratt Truss Bridge.

For more information:
Architectural Iron Company
104 Ironwood Court - PO Box 126
Milford, PA 18337-0126

Web Home Page: http://www.architecturaliron.com

Toll Free: 800-442-IRON/4766
Fax: 570-296-IRON/4766

E-mail: sales@architecturaliron.com

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