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Continuing our new series—Croton’s Special Places—here’s the 4th installment: QUAKER BRIDGE: Built in 1894, the Quaker Bridge is one of Westchester’s oldest surviving bridges, and the 4th to be built at this location. Earlier wooden structures were washed away regularly. This bridge, built in the Pratt Truss style, is a true survivor. Click here to see some late summer, early morning photos of this wonderful little bridge. All photos, all rights reserved, M.D. Cudequest