Zenas King Bowstring Bridges were first built during the time of the Civil War.
In 2003, after years of deliberation the 120 year bridge has been historically rehabilitated.
The stone and morter abutments from 1873 can still be found under the King Bridge today.
One of the earliest bridge plates included the initials K & F & Z King Patent.
Native locust trees were chosen for the bridge decking, in light of their great durability
During the late 1800's many mills dotted the landscape along the West Branch of the Cayuga Inlet- in the shadow of the King Bowstring Bridge.
Newfield Mill Park overlooks the King Bridge
Each season brings beauty to the bridge