Created By: Altered Landscapes / Preserved Landscapes
This stone arch bridge has carried traffic through Buttermilk State Park and over Buttermilk Creek since it was built in 1929. It appears to have been built using local stone, and is attractive as well as functional. It can also be reached by foot using one of the park’s walking trails.
This point of interest is part of the tour: 20 Historical Bridges in Tompkins County, NY