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Location address: United States, Fairfield
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The Mianus River Railroad Bridge, also known as the Cos Cob Bridge, is a bascule bridge built in 1904 over the Mianus River, in Greenwich, Connecticut. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1987. It is operated by the Metro-North Railroad, successor to Conrail, Penn Central, and the New Haven Railroad, which erected it, and is owned by the Connecticut Department of Transportation.