The Cleveland Bridge -1888- Named for Grover Cleveland of N.J., it replaced an 1840's wooden bridge that served the extensive timbre industry in the Ramapo Mountains. Constructed by the Berlin Iron Bridge Co. East Berlin, Conn., the major iron bridge builders of the northeast, it is one of two Ramapo River bridges which survived the record flood of 1903. Repaired in 1923 and historically restored by the County in 1983, it is the oldest of it's type by this builder in New Jersey. The lenticular truss design is also called "Bowstring" or "Pumpkin-seed" because of its profile. The Cleveland Bridge is the County's only functioning wood-decked traffic bridge. Mahwah Historic Sites Committee 1988
Yes, the name Cleveland Bridge is appropriate.
I got an email with the following links. Based on these images, I changed the name of the brige. I'm not a local so I'm just gussing. Is the name on the sign the best choice for the name on Bridgehunter?