Also known as: Hainesburg ViaductHainesburg
An open-spandrel reinforced concrete viaduct over the Paulins Kill on the DL&W RR
View from the south
Photo taken by Chester Gehman June, 1991
+40.94803, -75.0612040°56'53" N, 75°03'40" W
Built by the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad as part of their relocation project in northern New Jersey, known as the New Jersey Cutoff, the Paulinskill Viaduct is 1100 feet in length and stands 115 feet above the valley floor at its highest point. Along with its companion bridge, the Delaware River Viaduct, Paulinskill was an early example of the use of reinforced concrete on a large scale.
- June 29, 2015: Added by Chester Gehman
- Chester Gehman - gehmanc2000 [at] yahoo [dot] com