Kill Brook Bridge
Part of Ossining's famed "Double Arch Bridge. The lower span is the Kill Brook Bridge.
Photo taken by John Reidy in January 2010
BH Photo #163774
This is the famed Ossining "Double Arch." The upper span was erected to carry the gravity-fed water from the Croton Reservior across the Kill Brook gorge. The lower span was built to allow the original property owner access to his land now bisected by the new aqueduct. The double arch is a local landmark and the subject of many antique postcards. It is also found on the logo for the Town of Ossining. Today the area surrounding the double arch is overgrown with foliage and visible only in the winter months.