The Glen Bridge

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The Glen Bridge

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South view from the western shore
Coordinates 43°34′34″N73°51′22″W / 43.57611°N 73.85611°W / 43.57611; -73.85611 Coordinates: 43°34′34″N73°51′22″W / 43.57611°N 73.85611°W / 43.57611; -73.85611
Carries 2 traffic lanes of NY-28.svg NY 28
Crosses Hudson River
Locale Johnsburg and Chester, New York
Official name The Glen Bridge
Other name(s) The Glen Bridge
Maintained by New York State Department of Transportation
Design girder bridge [1]
Opened 1959 [1]
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The Glen Bridge
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The Glen Bridge is a two lane bridge that carries NY 28 across the Hudson River connecting Johnsburg, New York with Chester, built in 1959. [2]

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