Located in the anchorage of the Mid-Hudson bridge these switches were used to control the electric at one time.

A closer look.

Route 55 / Mid-Hudson Bridge directional sign.

Mid-Hudson Bridge suspension cable from 1930.

Photograph taken during the construction of the Mid-Hudson bridge in the 1920's.

Mid-Hudson Bridge tile made for NYSBA's 50th anniversary.

Coupon removed from the West tower of the Mid-Hudson Bridge in 1999.

An inside view of the bottoms of the suspension cables of the Mid-Hudson Bridge.

Outside view of cables.

A coal bin which can be found in the anchorage of the Mid-Hudson Bridge was originally used to heat the toll house.

A second look at a coal bin which can be found in the anchorage of the Mid-Hudson Bridge was originally used to heat the toll house.

Commemorative switch used for the Poughkeepsie Bardivon dedication.

The original toll schedule for the Mid-Hudson bridge which includes a list of prices to cross the bridge.

The original toll schedule for the Mid-Hudson bridge which includes a list of prices to cross the bridge.

An invitation to the opening of the Mid-Hudson Bridge.

The original lights used to light the Mid-Hudson Bridge.

The original lights used to light the Mid-Hudson Bridge.

Print of Mid-Hudson Bridge

Mid-Hudson Bridge North West Anchorage cable strands.

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A coal bin which can be found in the anchorage of the Mid-Hudson Bridge was originally used to heat the toll house.