The One Bridge You’ll Want To Visit In New York Before It’s Gone Forever

Known for being one of our greatest state parks, Letchworth State Park of Wyoming County is filled with more history than you may realize. Sitting along the Genesee River, this month the park has now begun to see trains from the Norfolk Southern line travel across its newest steel arch bridge. To find out what this means for the historic Portageville Bridge that it currently stands right beside, keep reading below.

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Have you paid a visit to Letchworth since its newest bridge has gone up? Before the bridge is gone, we want to see your photos. If you have shots of the Portage Bridge, be sure to share them with us in the comments!