This is a list of bridges and tunnels on the National Register of Historic Places in the U.S. state of New York.
|69th Street Transfer Bridge||1911||2003-06-26|| New York ||New York|
|Allan Teator Road Stone Arch Bridge||1892||2008-01-09|| West Durham ||Greene||Stone arch bridge|
|Andrews Street Bridge||1893||1984-10-11|| Rochester ||Monroe|
|Ashokan-Turnwood Covered Bridge||1885, 1939||2000-07-20|| Olivebridge ||Ulster||covered bridge|
|Atlantic Avenue Tunnel||1844||1989-09-07|| New York City ||Kings||Cut and cover tunnel|
|Avon Five Arch Bridge||2012-1-4|| Avon ||Livingston|
|AuSable Chasm Bridge||1933, 1934||1999-11-12|| AuSable, Chesterfield ||Clinton||Steel Arch|
|Bear Mountain Bridge and Toll House||1923, 1924||1982-11-23|| Peekskill, Stony Point ||Rockland, Westchester|
|Beaverkill Covered Bridge||1865||2007-10-03|| Beaverkill ||Sullivan|
|Bedford Creek Bridge||ca. 1825||1989-10-18|| Hounsfield ||Jefferson||Stone arch bridge|
|Beer's Bridge||ca. 1900, ca. 1925||1999-11-12|| Keene Valley ||Essex||Pratt Pony Truss|
|Brand Hollow Road Stone Arch Bridge||1892, 1893||2008-04-10||West Durham||Greene||Stone arch bridge|
|Bridge L-158||1883, 1904||1978-11-29|| Goldens Bridge ||Westchester||Whipple through truss|
|Brooklyn Bridge||1869, 1883||1966-10-15||New York||Kings, New York||Wire cable suspension bridge|
|Buskirk Covered Bridge||ca. 1850||1978-03-08|| Buskirk ||Rensselaer, Washington||Covered Howe truss|
|Caneadea Bridge||1903||1998-11-19|| Caneadea ||Allegany||Camel Parker Truss|
|Carpenter's Flats Bridge||1941||1999-11-12|| AuSable, Peru ||Clinton||Warren Steel Truss|
|Copeland Covered Bridge||1879||1998-08-06|| Edinburg ||Saratoga|
|Court Street Bridge||1893||1984-10-11|| Rochester ||Monroe|
|Delaware and Hudson Railroad Bridge||1913||1999-11-12|| AuSable, Peru ||Clinton||Warren Steel Truss Bridge|
|Double-Span Metal Pratt Truss Bridge||1877||1983-05-20|| Keeseville ||Clinton, Essex||Truss Bridge|
|Double-Span Whipple Bowstring Truss Bridge||1870||1980-04-17|| Claverack ||Columbia||Whipple bowstring truss|
|Downsville Covered Bridge||1854||1999-04-29|| Downsville ||Delaware|
|Eagleville Covered Bridge||1858||1978-03-08|| Eagleville ||Washington||Covered Town lattice plank truss|
|Elm Street Stone Arch Bridge||ca. 1900||1996-12-16|| Pine Hill ||Ulster|
|Fitches Covered Bridge||1870, 1885||1999-04-29|| East Delhi ||Delaware|
|Frazier Bridge||1894, 1925||1998-12-17|| Ticonderoga ||Essex||Double arched bridge|
|Grant Mills Covered Bridge||1902||1998-12-17|| Hardenbergh ||Ulster|
|Hadley Parabolic Bridge||1895||1977-03-25|| Hadley ||Saratoga||Semi-deck Lenticular Truss|
|Hamden Covered Bridge||1859||1999-04-29|| Hamden ||Delaware|
|Hankins Stone Arch Bridge||1905||2000-07-27|| Hankins ||Sullivan||Stone arch bridge|
|Hervey Street Road Stone Arch Bridge||1891||2008-01-09|| Hervey Street ||Greene||Stone arch bridge|
|High Bridge Aqueduct and Water Tower||1838, 1844, 1872||1972-12-04||New York||New York|
|Holland Tunnel||1920, 1927||1993-11-04||New York||New York||Cast iron subaqueous tunnel|
|Hyde Hall Covered Bridge||1825||1998-12-17|| East Springfield ||Otsego|
|IRT Broadway Line Viaduct||1900, 1904||1983-09-15|| New York ||New York|
|Jones Beach State Park, Causeway and Parkway System||2005-04-28||Wantagh||Nassau|
|Joralemon Street Tunnel||1908||2006-02-09|| New York ||New York|
|Kingston-Port Ewen Suspension Bridge||1919, 1921, 1922||1980-04-30|| Kingston ||Ulster|
|Lalino Stone Arch Bridge||by 1870||2001-12-28|| Middleville ||Herkimer|
|Lower Shavertown Covered Bridge||1877||1999-04-29|| Methol ||Delaware|
|Lower Dock Hill Road Stone Arch Bridge||2010-04-28|| Cornwall-on-Hudson ||Orange||Stone arch bridge|
|Main Street Bridge||1857||1984-10-11|| Rochester ||Monroe|
|Manhattan Bridge||1901, 1909||1983-08-30||New York||Kings, New York||Suspension|
|Mill Street Stone Arch Bridge||ca. 1897||1996-12-16|| Pine Hill ||Ulster|
|Millanville-Skinners Falls Bridge||1904||1988-11-14|| Skinners Falls ||Sullivan||Baltimore truss|
|Moore Road Stone Arch Bridge||1887||2008-04-10||Cornwallville||Greene|
|Newfield Covered Bridge||2000-02-25|| Newfield ||Tompkins|
|Newport Stone Arch Bridge||1853||1992-02-10|| Newport ||Herkimer||Stone arch bridge|
|Notman Bridge||1913||1999-11-12|| Keene Valley ||Essex||stone-faced, concrete arch|
|Old Blenheim Bridge||1834||1966-10-15|| North Blenheim ||Schoharie||Single span double-tunnel|
|Old City Road Stone Arch Bridge||1898||2001-12-28|| Welch Corners ||Herkimer|
|Old State Road Bridge||ca. 1890, 1932||1999-11-12|| AuSable Chasm ||Clinton||Pratt Pony Truss Bridge|
|Oliver Avenue Bridge||1895||1984-07-19|| Middletown ||Orange||Pratt Truss|
|Ouaquaga Lenticular Truss Bridge||1888||2003-02-20|| Ouaquaga ||Broome||Lenticular Truss Bridge|
|Palmer Brook Bridge||1938||1999-11-12|| AuSable Forks ||Clinton||stone-faced concrete arch|
|Perrine's Bridge||1844||1973-04-13||Rosendale||Ulster||Burr Arch|
|Pilgrim's Progress Road Bridge||ca. 1858||1987-07-09|| Rhinebeck ||Dutchess|
|Pond Eddy Bridge||1904||1988-11-14|| Pond Eddy ||Sullivan||Pennsylvania truss|
|Poughkeepsie Railroad Bridge||1876, 1888||1979-02-23|| Poughkeepsie ||Dutchess||Warren Deck-Truss|
|Queensboro Bridge||1909||1978-12-20||New York||New York, Queens||Through cantilever truss|
|Ranney Bridge||1902, ca. 1925||1999-11-12|| Keene Valley ||Essex||Pratt Pony Truss Bridge|
|Raymondville Parabolic Bridge||1886||1984-09-07|| Raymondville ||St. Lawrence||Lenticular Truss|
|Rexleigh Covered Bridge||1874||1978-03-08|| Jackson ||Washington||Covered Howe truss|
|Rockland Road Bridge||1874||2005-12-07|| Village of Piermont ||Rockland|
|Rorig Bridge||1890||1983-09-26|| Westfield ||Chautauqua||Pratt Through Truss|
|Route 29 Stone Arch Bridge||by 1870||2001-01-26|| Middleville ||Herkimer|
|Ruhle Road Lenticular Metal Truss Bridge||2004-09-04||Malta||Saratoga|
|Salisbury Center Covered Bridge||1875||1972-06-19|| Salisbury Center ||Herkimer||Burr Arch Truss|
|Salisbury Turnpike Bridge||ca. 1858||1987-07-09|| Rhinebeck ||Dutchess|
|Shady Glen Road Stone Arch Bridge||1886||2008-01-09|| Cornwallville ||Greene|
|Shushan Covered Bridge||1858||1978-03-08|| Shushan ||Washington||Covered Town lattice plank truss|
|Silk Street Bridge||ca. 1888||1998-04-30|| Newark Valley ||Tioga||lenticular pony truss|
|Slater Bridge||ca. 1900, ca. 1932||1999-11-12|| Keene Valley ||Essex||Warren pony truss|
|South Washington Street Parabolic Bridge||1886, 1887||1978-01-30|| Binghamton ||Broome||Lenticular truss|
|Sparkill Creek Drawbridge||1880||1985-03-28|| Piermont ||Rockland||Pratt Pony Truss|
|Spengler Bridge||1880||1973-02-23|| Chatham ||Columbia||Pratt truss|
|Stillwater Bridge||1913||1997-11-07|| Stillwater ||Oswego||Pratt through Truss|
|Stone Arch Bridge||1843||1999-11-12|| Keeseville ||Clinton, Essex||Stone Arch|
|Stone Arch Bridge||ca. 1873||1976-12-12|| Kenoza Lake ||Sullivan|
|Swing Bridge||1888||1999-11-12|| Keeseville ||Clinton, Essex||Pedestrian Suspension Bridge|
|Tioronda Bridge||1869, 1873||1976-10-08|| Beacon ||Dutchess||Bowstring Iron-Truss|
|Town Line Bridge||2008-5-29|| Taylor ||Cortland|
|Tusten Stone Arch Bridge||1896||2000-07-27|| Tusten ||Sullivan||stone arch bridge|
|Walton Bridge||1840, 1925||1999-11-12|| Keene ||Essex||Lenticular Through Truss|
|Washington Bridge||1886, 1889||1983-09-22|| New York ||Bronx, New York|
|Water, Wall, and Pine Streets Lenticular Truss Bridges||1881||1977-10-05||Homer||Cortland||Lenticular truss|
|Whipple Cast and Wrought Iron Bowstring Truss Bridge||1867||1971-03-18|| Albany ||Albany||Whipple Iron Bowstring Truss|
|Wilmington Bridge||1934, 1935||1999-11-12|| Wilmington ||Essex||Stone faced concrete arch|
|Wood Road Metal Truss Bridge||1897||2005-03-15|| Campbell ||Steuben|
|Woodward Road Stone Arch Bridge||1887||2009-3-9|| East Durham ||Greene||Stone arch bridge|
| Park Avenue Viaduct |
part of Grand Central Terminal
|1983-08-11|| New York ||New York|
|Ruhle Road Stone Arch Bridge||ca. 1873|
|Wanakena Footbridge||1902, 1912|
| Fine ||St. Lawrence||Suspension bridge|
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