Rocky Neck State Park Footbridge
Erected in 1934 by the Federal Emergency Relief Administration, the Rocky Neck Park Trail Bridge is a key transportation element of Rocky Neck Park and carries a foot trail across the New Haven railroad tracks to the Rocky Neck Park Pavilion, the largest Depression-era structure built in Connecticut. The Rocky Neck Park Trail Bridge is also an unusual surviving example of a railroad footbridge.
-- Historic American Engineering Record
- August 22, 2016: Photo imported by Dave King
- July 27, 2014: Added by Ian Martin
- Ian Martin
- HAER CT-165 - Rocky Neck Park Trail Bridge, Foot trail over New Haven Railroad, Old Lyme, New London County, CT