Aldrich Change Bridge Structure Aqueduct Park

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First erected in 1858, the Aldrich Change Bridge is the oldest iron bridge in New York State and one of only two bridges known to survive from the first enlargement of the Erie Canal. There is ample parking, restroom facilities and extensive interpretive signage.

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