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The Keeseville stone Arch bridge

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The Keeseville district's three historic bridges are among the most significant highlights for the region. The bridge is among the United States most old stone arch bridges that have serve up to today. The bride is located above the Ausable River within the Adirondack area New York state. Currently, the stone arch bridge does stand as a masterpiece for exclusively intact historic region along the main as well as front streets.

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