- City: Unknown
- State: New Jersey
- Country: United States
- Source: Bodin
- Approx. Date: Late 1800s
- Photographer: Unknown
Stone bridges such as this one allowed locals to cross small creeks and served as wash ways for early America transportation. Stone and stone masons were in abundant supply, and so making the bridges was very low-cost. These bridges tended to last a long time, and many are now historical landmarks.
Hunterdon County, New Jersey is known for these bridges, and the bridge in this photograph could certainly be in Hunterdon. Here is a link to the county's inventory of single-arch stone bridges.
From the collection of Fred Bodin of Gloucester MA. Fred was a long time resident and well-known photographer of Gloucester and had one of the best private collections of New England nautical photographs in private hands. Fred was a photojournalist having graduated with this degree from Syracuse University and worked for Yankee Magazine. Fred passed away in 2016 and HIP purchased his collection from his estate.